You’re not the only one who is confused about the vicious beat down Drake received at the hands of rap mogul Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs at Club LIV in Miami over the weekend. The skirmish sent Drake to the hospital after he aggravated an old shoulder injury.
It seems the rap beef goes all the way back to June when Puffy complained bitterly onstage about the Canadian rapper stealing a beat he commissioned from music producer Boi-1da.
Miss Info breaks it all down for you after the break:
On last night’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood finale, Fizz and his crazy baby mama, Moniece Slaughter, agree to work together to co-parent their 4-year-old son, Cameron. And Ray J gets relationship advice from rapper Snoop Dogg. Later, Ray J attends Teairra Mari‘s showcase and they kiss and make up. Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood is probably producer Mona Scott Young‘s 2nd lowest rated reality TV series behind only Love & Hip Hop: New York. The characters are boring and uninspired.
In last night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, Drew, aka “Fizz” and his mentally addled baby mama, Moniece Slaughter argue over their parenting skills and the real reason a judge awarded full custody of their son to Fizz. It’s an eye-opening segment in which Fizz hangs all of Moniece’s dirty laundry out on the line to dry.
Rap mogul Lil Wayne and his shameless concubine, Christina Milian, debuted their new song “Start a Fire” at the 2014 American Music Awards last night.
Pop singer Beyonce continues to throw shade at socialite Kim Kardashian with her new home video mocking the reality star’s outrageously artificial derriere.
If you missed the knock-your-socks-off twist of all twists ending to the midseason finale of ABC”s How to Get Away with Murder, the full episode is after the break. Don’t click the link if you DVR’d the program and didn’t get a chance to watch it yet. You have been warned.
Here’s a parody video of the controversial “I’m not GAY no more” video that seemed to upset straights and gays alike. For some reason people have a hard time believing a gay man can turn his life around and decide not to give in to his unnatural urges.
If you notice, the criticism and outrage is almost entirely aimed at black gay men who convert back to heterosexual.
Society seems to have an easier time dealing with black men who are gay or cross dressers. They’d rather see strong black men as limp wrested caricatures of what black men should be.
So when a gay black man decides to turn his life around and go straight, he is met with hatred and mistrust. Black women like this one here question his sincerity — as if it’s so difficult to believe that a man wants to be what he was born to be: a man.
Watch the parody and the original videos below.