AOC Sued for Blocking Twitter User in ‘Concentration Camps’ Feud

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is suffering the consequences of a federal court barring President Trump from blocking Twitter users who disagree with him — ’cause she just got sued. A guy named Dov Hikind slapped AOC with the lawsuit because he…

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Stephanie Pratt Compares Heidi Montag to the “Devil” as Family Feud Wages On

Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Stephanie Pratt Believe it or not, the drama between Stephanie Pratt, Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag is officially at an all-time high.
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Kellyanne And George Conway Get Kinky Over Trump Feud On ‘Full Frontal’

Samantha Bee’s “Fifty Cons of Way” spoof of the White House adviser’s marriage will tie you up for a few minutes.
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Rodgers disputes reported feud with McCarthy

Aaron Rodgers on ESPN Milwaukee radio Monday called a story published last week that detailed claims of dysfunction in the Green Bay Packers organization a “smear attack.”
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Drake Beefing Up Home Security Due to Feud with Kanye, Who Lives Nearby

Drake isn’t taking any chances in his escalating feud with Kanye West – he’s adding extra security outside his SoCal mansion because they live in the same hood!!! Our sources in Hidden Hills — where the Wests and Drizzy all lay their heads — say…

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Kanye West Orders Reporter Out of Event Over Kim Kardashian/Tyson Beckford Feud

[[tmz:video id=”0_5pch8nzz”]] Kanye West gave the folks at the Ralph Lauren party an ultimatum — kick a certain reporter out of the event, or he’ll book it. Kanye was on the red carpet at the Ralph Lauren 50th Anniversary Fashion Show in Central Park…

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Feud Alert! Vanderpump Rules’ Billie Lee and Kristen Doute Get Into Twitter War

Kristen Doute, Billie LeePlease tell us the cameras are rolling right about now.
As Vanderpump Rules prepares for a brand-new season, two stars of the hit Bravo series appear to be feuding off screen.
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Beyoncé Shares BTS Photos Of “Family Feud”

Jay-Z’s video for “Family Feud” is one of the more inspiring visuals of the year, don’t debate us. Beyoncé took to Instagram to share some behind the scenes photos from the Ava Duvernay-directed short film. 

Plenty of cute pics of Blue Ivy, tender moments between the hubby and wife, general Bey slay, and other such mementos.

If you can’t find something in here to make you smile, Hades must be your home. No shots.

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Drake Shouts Out Meek Mill On Lil Wayne’s New ‘Family Feud’ Remix

Lil Wayne and Drake team up for a remix of Jay-Z’s “Family Feud.”
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Ivana And Melania’s So-Called Feud Has Nothing On These Celebs’ Stories

“I’m basically first Trump wife. OK? I’m first lady,” Ivana said.
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Bill Maher Ridicules Donald Trump Over His Feud With Kim Jong Un

“He called Trump a ‘dotard,’ which is one of those words that people have stopped using, like presidential.”
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Jay-Z and Kanye West Plan Summit to Bury Hatchet in Latest Feud

Kanye West and Jay-Z will be meeting face-to-face soon to squash their latest beef, and if they smoke the peace pipe it will end a lawsuit that looms over their multi-million dollar Tidal dispute. Sources close to Yeezy and Hova with direct knowledge of…

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Kanye and Jay-Z Coming Together to End Latest Feud

Kanye West has reached out to Jay-Z to bury the hatchet in their latest feud … TMZ has learned. Sources familiar with the situation tell us, Kanye asked for a face-to-face with Jay, to hash out the beef that was ignited when Kanye went onstage last…

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Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Say Taylor Swift is in Feud With Herself in New Song

Taylor Swift is in a one-way feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Taylor has put Kim and Kanye in her crosshairs in her new single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” comparing them in the music video to Brutus who backstabbed Julius Caesar. Our Kim and…

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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Ryan Murphy (‘Feud: Bette and Joan’)


One of TV’s most prolific and daring content creators — the man behind ‘Nip/Tuck,’ ‘Glee,’ ‘American Horror Story’ and ‘American Crime Story,’ among other groundbreaking shows — reflects on hopping between genres, tearing down barriers and building a family of collaborators.

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ARE FAMILY FEUDS NEEDED IN HIP-HOP?
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‘Jane The Virgin’ EP On Rogelio’s Britney Spears Feud, Pop Star’s Guest Role

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The Internet Goes In On 50 Cent & Vivica A. Fox Over ‘WWHL’ Feud (MEMES)

(AllHipHop News) Who didn’t see this coming? The moment Vivica A. Fox referred to her ex-boyfriend 50 Cent as a “booty snatcher” on Watch What Happens Live and 50 shot back claiming he let Fox “lick my ass,” it was only a matter of time before the Internet went on the attack against both stars with memes.

[ALSO READ: 50 Cent Blasts Vivica A. Fox Over Gay Comments, Suggests She Was Jealous Of Halle Berry]

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Nicki Minaj Confirms Miley Cyrus VMA Feud Was Real and It’s Still Going

The rapper explained everything to 'The New York Times Magazine'.
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Justin Bieber Vs. One Direction: The New Pop Feud

Is the Justin Bieber-One Direction battle the modern-day version of the NSYNC-Backstreet Boys rivalry?
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Pink Denies Demi Feud

Pink is standing by her negative opinion of the VMAs, but insists she never meant to start a feud with anyone – specifically Demi Lovato.


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Slash & Axl Rose End Feud?

Are Slash and Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose no longer estranged? The 50-year-old guitar legend left the group in the mid '90s after the peak of its fame amid a feud with the iconic singer, one of the most famous disputes in rock 'n' roll history. Slash, who toured Europe last month, was asked about a rumored reconciliation in an on-camera interview with the Swedish outlet Aftonbladet TV, posted online on Saturday. "I've heard that you made friends with Axl Rose again. How was that possible after all those years?" a reporter asked him. "It was probably way overdue, you know, but it's, it's, it's, you know, it's very cool at this point, to…dispell some of that negative stuff that was going on for so long." Rose, 53, who had famously called Slash "a cancer" in a 2009 Spinner interview, has not commented. Fans of the original Guns N' Roses took to Twitter to express their excitement. Rose is the sole remaining original member of Guns N' Roses, which rose to fame in the '80s with hits such as "Sweet Child of Mine," "Paradise City" and "Welcome to the Jungle," and performs nowadays with a new lineup. Earlier this year, guitarist DJ Ashba, 42, left the group after six years, citing commitments to his family and other band Sixx:A.M. In 2012, Guns N' Roses was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Rose refused to attend the ceremony. Slash and fellow former group members Steven Adler, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum accepted the honor and also performed together at the event. So if Slash and Axl Rose are pals again, how about a stage reunion? When asked if the original Guns N' Roses members would ever perform together again, Slash told Aftonbladet TV, "Oh, I couldn't answer that one, no…all right, let's get off the subject."
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Drake/Meek Mill feud: What’s wrong with celeb beef culture

“Calling all Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift fans: Shots have been fired, this is not a drill.” That’s pretty much been the reaction of the Internet this week, after Cyrus gave an interview with Marie Claire, in which she called out Swift and the hypocrisy of the music industry’s sex/violence paradigm, as illustrated in her “Bad Blood” video. “I don't get the violence revenge thing,” declared Cyrus. “That's supposed to be a good example? And I'm a bad role model because I'm running around with my titties out? I'm not sure how titties are worse than guns.” YouTube: Taylor Swift – Bad Blood ft. Kendrick Lamar Cyrus has a point: The double-standard between sex and violence in American pop culture has been well-chronicled. But her invocation of Swift to make her point is still frustrating, because it feels like the beginning of just another celebrity feud. In music today, celebrity feud culture has somehow overtaken the industry, tearing down artists and distracting us from their work.This isn’t exactly a surprising turn of events. Best friend-collector that she is, Swift has been involved in a rather high amount of disagreements lately. Things bubbled over in last month’s Nicki Minajincident, wherein Minaj expressed her distaste with the lack of black women nominated at the MTVVMAs. Swift, apparently seeing this as a personal attack on her, responded indignantly. She eventually apologized, and it’s been radio silence between the two ever since. But not before Katy Perry, widely acknowledged as the target of “Bad Blood,” threw some not so subtle shade at Swift on Twitter. Finding it ironic to parade the pit women against other women argument about as one unmeasurably capitalizes on the take down of a woman…— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) July 22, 2015The feud didn’t stop there, amidst rumors that Rihanna was preparing a T-Swift diss track of her own. Even Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen was briefly thrown into the fray, when fans freaked out over the release of her single “Warm Blood,” and began contrasting it with Swift’s aforementioned anthem. As the Daily Dot’s own Alexandra Samuels notes, labeling the exchange as a “feud” isn’t necessarily fair, because it suggests that women like Minaj and Swift are not capable having a rational discussion about the state of entertainment. “The media's tendency to reduce serious arguments between women to petty quarrels is problematic, because it casts aside women like Minaj as ‘haters,’ rather than as creative minds who are also cultural influencers,” she writes. There is an intelligent debate to be had regarding representation in the music industry, and Minaj and Swift gave us a chance to have it. But in painting it as nothing but a “cat fight,” the message got lost on the Internet. @taylorswift13@NICKIMINAJ I was enjoying the cat fight! 🙀😿— Shanjid Alam Violet (@ShanjidAlam) July 24, 2015However, men aren’t any less susceptible to music’s celebrity feud machine, as evidenced by the recent back and forth between hip-hop artists Drake and Meek Mill. After Meek Mill took to Twitter to call out the Canadian rapper for using a ghostwriter on his contribution to Meek’s recent album, fireworks went off. What commenced was an exchange of diss tracks and tweets. This led to Drake’s seemingly triumphant performance at OVO fest in Toronto, where the crowd reveled as he took to the stage and projected a series of memes making fun of his aggressor.In painting it as nothing but a “cat fight,” the message got lost on the Internet. Feuds, or “beefs,” as the genre would oft describe them, are a tricky subject in hip-hop, because they are a major part of its history. In the past, feuds have elevated all parties involved to reach new creative heights. Look at the feud between Big Daddy Kane and Rakim, two hip-hop pioneers who exchanged subtle disses for years, determined to prove not just to each other that they were the best—but to themselves. But hip-hop’s most famous feud, the east coast/west coast dispute between Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G., ended up with blood being spilled on both sides: Shakur was shot dead in 1996, and Biggie was gunned down less than a year later.So without a doubt, competition in hip-hop is a mixed bag. In between his dual masterpieces Good Kid, M.A.A.D City and To Pimp A Butterfly, there was hardly a more exciting moment for hip-hop in 2013 than when Kendrick Lamar famously called out all his major rap peers on Big Sean’s “Control,”—including Big Sean himself. And when beef began to brew between Lamar and Drake that same year, it appeared as if everyone was going to emerge a winner. Here were two artists at the peak of their powers, each striving to be at the top of their game.YouTube: Big Sean – Control f. Kendrick Lamar & Jay ElectronicaThe Meek Mill/Drake feud, on the other hand, turned into something completely different. Regardless of whether Meek’s allegations against Drake were true, they were complicated by the fact that he was dating Drake’s labelmate, Nicki Minaj. And given that Drake was the more famous rapper, Mill received much harsher treatment from the media—and from the Internet, in particular. While the memes making fun of him started out as lighthearted and kind of funny, they quickly turned ugly on multiple levels. Pitchfork’s Meaghan Garvey asserts, “There was a distinct moment during the OVO Fest set where things immediately flipped from corny but ultimately harmless to legitimately toxic: an unfunny, badly-edited image of a bride and groom, with Nicki’s head edited onto the man and Meek’s onto the woman.” YouTube: Drake Performs "Back To Back" At OVO Fest 2015 (Meek Mill Diss)The feud was no longer about a competition to determine who was the better rapper—it was about sexism, masculinity, and the media’s unquenchable thirst for blood, the desire to see one person crowned a victor, standing over the carcass of the other’s career. Neither party came off looking great, and Drake especially did damage to his reputation as a sensitive and thoughtful rapper, all in some arbitrary struggle to win the Internet.While the memes making fun of him started out as lighthearted and kind of funny, they quickly turned ugly on multiple levels.The most fundamentally frustrating thing about celebrity feuds between musicians is that they distract us from the actual music. It has become impossible to talk about about popular artists without also discussing their personal lives. While an artist’s personal life can occasionally inform how we think about their music, it shouldn’t define it. Take Kanye West, for example. No matter how many awards and prizes he receive and how matter how much acclaim he accrues, there are some who will always see him as Kim Kardashian’s asshole husband. That’s what the resistance to having him play at the Glastonbury Festival and Toronto's Pan American Games was really about—not being able to see past the celebrity to the talent. The worst of all possible outcomes manifests in the trend of music journalism being covered like “lifestyle reporting,” as was first highlighted in Ted Gioia’s now infamous op-ed piece for the Daily Beast. I’ve just spent a very depressing afternoon looking through the leading music periodicals. And what did I learn? Pretty much what I expected. I found out what the chart-topping musicians are wearing (or, in many instances, not wearing). I got updates on their love life and learned whose marriages are on the rocks. I read updates on the legal proceedings of the rich and famous. I got insights into the food preferences and travel routines of megastars. Gioia can’t help but come off as a kind of cranky old man here. But while he’d be wrong to buy into the idea that pop music is worse today than ever before (a frequent trope in cranky, old man thinking), he’s correct in his observation that now more than ever before, we’re more focused on the artists than we are on their art. The trade-off is that on the Internet, we have more ways to feel connected to our favorite musicians, but we’re also inundated with invitations to stare one-sidedly into their personal lives, criticizing their every move from afar. When we follow artists on Instagram and Twitter, we think we get a sense of who they really are. But we forget that the best way to get a sense of who an artist is comes from listening to their music. Music has not gotten substantially worse in recent years, but music feuds have. And this is not good. It’s not good for women, it’s not good for men, and it’s not good for music in general. But most of all, it’s not good for us, the listeners.Chris Osterndorf is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared on websites such as Mic, Salon, xoJane, the Week, and more. When he’s not writing, Chris enjoys making movies with friends. He lives in Los Angeles.Screengrab via DrakeOfficial/YouTube
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Starz Boss Chris Albrecht on Binge Watching and That HBO “Feud”


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Iggy Fires Back at Britney Feud Rumors

Now that ​Iggy Azalea is back on Twitter, that means she has to deal with the media reporting on what she chooses to share online. That could be a good thing. But if history has taught us anything with the Aussie rapper, it rarely is.
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‘Basketball Wives’ Star Gloria Govan — I Never Banged Colin Kaepernick … No Clue on Matt Barnes Feud

Ex “Basketball Wives” star Gloria Govan is so over the rumors about her and Colin Kaepernick … she’s now addressing them — and wants everyone to know the 49ers QB never crossed her end zone. Gloria was at the “So Sexy…

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LL Cool J And Canibus End Long-Running Feud

Once upon a time, LL Cool J and Canibus waged one of the most storied, epic beef in Hip-Hop history.

Last night that beef came to an end in Brooklyn.

The two men put their differences aside at the “Christmas in Brooklyn” concert with LL Cool J and Run DMC Friday night.

The 17-year beef came to a close with the two men hugging it out and performed the LL Cool J hit “4,3,2,1.”

From the stage, LL said, “Had a lot of beefs in my life but sometimes we gotta be bigger than that, sometimes you got to take things to the next level, sometimes we gotta flip the script.”
“Yo, Canibus…I love you, boy” LL said. “Your career is starting again, baby.”

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LL Cool J — Squashes LEGENDARY Rap Feud With Canibus

LL Cool J and Canibus’ rap feud is FINALLY OVER …  and we got video evidence to prove their on stage bro-down was totally legit.Ladies Love told the crowd at the Barclays Center Friday night he’s had a lot of beefs in his life … but sometimes…

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