In a recent radio interview, Beyonce‘s dad and ex-manager Mathew Knowles claims the infamous elevator brawl between his troubled daughter, Solange Knowles, and his son-in-law, Jay Z, was staged.
Newly single singer Ciara took Us Weekly magazine to task for manipulating her words to suggest that she’s “very, very happy” after breaking up with oversexed rapper Future Hendrix.
In a message posted to her official Twitter page last night, Ciara reminded Us Weekly that a recent interview with the mag’s beauty editor was about her appearances on television’s Degree Women and MTV’s House of Style — not her split from the prolific rapper.
R&B Diva Keyshia Cole has exposed rapper Diamond as the home wrecker who slept with her husband, former NBA player Daniel Gibson.
Keyshia, who plans to file for divorce any day now, dropped the tea in a radio interview with Angela Yee.
Singer R. Kelly, 47, is having difficulty coming to terms with the news that his oldest daughter Jaya Kelly suffers from gender dysphoria, a mental disconnect between her biological sex and her chosen gender.
“Well, first off don’t start by calling her my son,” Kelly told WCGI’s The Morning Riot. ”As far as that’s concerned, always believe what you see—with your own eyes that is. That’s the best way to go about this business. I’ve heard a lot of things about a lot of people and it was never true.”
They say there’s a kernel of truth in every joke. No wonder British rapper Iggy Azalea laughed dryly when her boyfriend, NBA player Nick Young, described her as “very moody.”
Designer jeffstaple is the man behind the famous Nike Pigeon Dunks. Riots broke out at stores where the shoes were sold in NYC. DJ Mustard is responsible for the track to R&B singer Keyshia Cole‘s coming out anthem, “She”. YG is a rapper on Young Jeezy‘s CTE World label.
jeffstaple recently caught up with California natives YG and DJ Mustard at Irving Plaza in NYC, and the three of them discuss fame, challenges, their relationship with Snoop, and what YG’s so called “Krazy Life” is all about.
YG and DJ Mustard go way back, even forming their own record label group known as Pu$haz Ink back in 2008. Beginning with YG’s mixtape “The Real 4 Fingaz,” DJ Mustard began significantly producing on YG’s projects. After releasing several songs that boosted their respective followings on the internet, YG signed to Def Jam in 2009. In September 2013, YG revealed that his album would be released via Def Jam Recordings and would be titled “My Krazy Life.”
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There was a time when the mere mention of singer Rihanna‘s name caused a designer’s temperature to rise. But those days are long gone, as Rihanna hasn’t a hit song in years. According to the Bajan singer’s stylist, Mel Ottenberg, it’s becoming more difficult to dress the singer because fashion designers have simply stopped shipping their collections for her to sample.