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Megan Thee Stallion is just like you. The up-and-coming rapper is struggling to keep up with her college studies while juggling her tour schedule.

Megan paused for some retail therapy at the Coach Flagship Store amidst ongoing legal drama with her record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment.

The "Hot Girl Summer" artist is in the midst of obtaining her degree in health administration at Texas Southern University, but finding the time to study while constantly on the road has proved to be a challenge.

"It's really hard," Megan admitted on daytime talk show "Strahan, Sara and Keke" on Wednesday.

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The 28-year-old knows she isn't the only working student, and she is determined to make the extra effort to graduate.

"School in general is hard," she shared. "I know my schedule is crazy because I'm on the road all the time and I'm rapping, but it's other women out there that are taking care of kids and working 9-to-5, graveyard shifts, so I know that a lot of people can relate to me.

"But when you're going to school and you're really dedicated and you really want it, you gon' figure out a way to make the time to do it."

Megan previously revealed she hopes to put her studies to good use and one day open her own assisted living facilities in her native Texas.

She is eager to hire her fellow classmates and others looking to break into the healthcare industry.

"When you first graduate from college it's really hard to get a job because nobody wants to hire you because you don't have any experience, so I really want my facilities to be (staffed by) some of my classmates and other kids that are just graduating from college that need jobs. Like, this could be your first job."

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Megan Thee Stallion dropped her much-anticipated album SUGA on Friday. The 28-year-old rapper also released the music video for her single "B.I.T.C.H.", which garnered 577K views on YouTube.

Despite a Texas judge warning him to clam up, Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J. Prince spoke out about Megan's contract dispute with her label.

J. Prince took to Instagram to share his thoughts about Megan's lawsuit against her boss Carl Crawford, CEO of 1501 Certified Entertainment.

Problems began when Megan signed a management deal with Jay-Z and Roc Nation. In a tearful video she claimed 1501 wouldn't let her drop new music.

She won a small victory in court when a judge granted a restraining order against Crawford preventing him from blocking her music release.

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"We have no problem negotiating with Megan but we do have a problem with dictators," Prince said, referring to Jay-Z and Roc Nation, whom he accused of "poaching" artists from Houston record labels.

The 54-year-old music exec noted that Megan's behavior is reckless and she's heading for self-destruction.

"Megan seems to be a perfect candidate for self destruction," Prince writes. "Any artist in the music industry will testify that a 40% profit share is a great deal especially for an unestablished artist that til this day has never delivered an album."

In a follow-up to his original post, Prince wrote:

"To end this I give credit to where credit is due. Megan along with her mother, who evidently could read (God rest her soul), negotiated a good deal. I extended my hand to meet with Megan, T Farris, and team personally for further negotiations. Unfortunately it never happened even though we’re all in Houston, because she’s being controlled by the very people who started this shit. The homie Carl was an angel in Megan's eyes when he was spending hundreds of thousands investing in her career. Now that he’s helped her become a successful artist she stopped paying him his percentage and views him as the devil. I'm glad money don’t make me. I make money."

Megan responded to Prince's posts, saying, "I am no one's property!"

 

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A Texas judge has denied a motion filed by Carl Crawford's 1501 record label to lift Megan Thee Stallion's restraining preventing him from blocking her album release on Friday.

Crawford, CEO of 1501 Certified Entertainment, filed an emergency motion on Wednesday to dissolve a temporary restraining order preventing him from blocking her music release.

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The former Los Angeles Dodgers star argued that she had no right to take the label to court in the first place, because he still has an ironclad contract that she signed.

But District Court Judge Beau A. Miller denied Crawford's motion, leaving the restraining order in place.

The judge, who must have been swayed by Megan's ample ASSets, stated simply, "the album at issue may be dropped for distribution beginning March 6, 2020."

Judge Miller also turned his attention to music honcho J. Prince, who sent subtle threats to Jay-Z and Roc Nation via social media, putting them on notice that he won't tolerate them trying to shake down 1501.

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In an Instagram post on Wednesday, J. Prince called out New York labels for stealing artists, which he says is a common practice.

"This is the same technique of the culture vultures. I didn't allow this to happen to me when New York and LA record labels attempted to take my artists - so they labeled me as malicious for fighting back. I didn't allow it then so I damn sure ain't gonna allow it to happen to 1501 records or any other independent record labels that I'm associated with."

Prince addressed Megan directly for allegedly running to Roc Nation and turning against Crawford who put her on.

But the judge ordered J. Prince to refrain from making "threatening or retaliatory social media posts or threats against" Megan, her agents, or her representatives.

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The judge also slapped a gag order on Megan and Crawford, who both took to social media to air out their side in the grievance.

Both parties are prohibited from "communicating with the media concerning the underlying issues in this case without court approval."

In a tearful video on her Instagram stories on Sunday, Megan, whose real name is Megan Pete, complained the contract was one-sided and unfair when she signed it as a naive 20-year-old.

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But Crawford hit back, telling Billboard magazine that Megan is a fraud and a liar. He said she was not the innocent 20-year-old signing her first record deal.

He insists she was 23 when she signed, which makes her 28 now, not 25 as she claims.

"You wasn't 20, you were 23 years old. You was a grown up. You're just a liar," Crawford said.

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Megan Thee Stallion won a minor victory in court on Monday when a Texas judge granted a restraining order against her record label and its CEO, Carl Crawford, preventing him from blocking new music she plans to drop on Friday.

But Crawford is fighting back, and his 1501 Certified Entertainment wants an emergency court hearing on the matter.

According to TMZ, Crawford, 38, just filed a motion to dissolve the temporary restraining order. The label says she had no right to take them to court in the first place. He says he still has an ironclad contract in place that she signed. The judge must have been swayed by her heavenly body.

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In a tearful video on her Instagram stories on Sunday, Megan complained the contract was one-sided and unfair when she signed it as a naive 20-year-old.

But Crawford hit back, telling Billboard magazine that Megan is a fraud and a liar. He said she was not the innocent 20-year-old signing her first record deal.

He insists she was 23 when she signed, which makes her 28 now, not 25 as she claims.

"You wasn't 20, you were 23 years old. You was a grown up. You're just a liar," Crawford said.

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According to the court docs, obtained by TMZ, Crawford (pictured with ex-fiancee Evelyn Lozada) says Megan's contract is ironclad and he stipulates all disputes between her and the label must be handled in arbitration.

He also claims Megan is guilty of booking several gigs for $100,000 per gig without paying him his cut. And he is further annoyed that she plans to release new music on March 6 -- a violation of her contract.

In court docs, 1501 Certified says she can't drop new music without the label's approval, it's in her contract. Even if she wants out of the contract, it remains in place for now, and Crawford says he's exercising his contractual right to control distribution of her music.

He's demanding a hearing today in Harris County, Texas, so a judge can hear the label's side of the story before the music comes out on Friday.

Isaac Hayes' son, Isaac Hayes III, doubts Megan has the clout to prevail in her battle against her record label.

Issac also took a subtle dig at Jay-Z, who has a reputation for riding an artist's bandwagon when they're hot and popping.

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Former Major League Baseball star Carl Crawford is speaking out about his bitter contract dispute with rapper Megan Thee Stallion.

In an exclusive interview with Billboard magazine, Crawford said he hasn't spoken with his artist since August, and she owes him $2 million for his cut of her touring and merchandise proceeds.

Megan took to her Instagram stories on Sunday to tearfully vent about the unfair 360 contract she signed with Crawford's 1501 Certified Entertainment label.

"Nothing is true that she said. Me being greedy and taking money from her, that's crazy," Crawford tells Billboard. "I never tried to take nothing from her. The only thing we ever did was give, give, give.

"She's getting $100,000 a show and she don't want to pay up. That's what the issue was about. She signed with Roc Nation in August and decided she didn't wanna pay me no more."

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The up-and-coming rapper scored a viral hit "Hot Girl Summer" last year when she teamed up with Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign.

But despite the success of her record, she claimed that her label wouldn't allow her to drop any new music after she asked to renegotiate her contract for more money.

Megan won a legal victory in court on Monday when a Texas judge granted a restraining order against 1501 and its CEO, Crawford, preventing him from blocking the new music she plans to drop on Friday.

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The former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder confessed he doesn't know the ins and outs of a recording contract. He trusted his business associate, T. Farris, and Megan's late mother, Holly Thomas, to write the contract for Megan.

"You mean to tell me, you, your mama and your lawyer didn't read over that stuff every time? Stop lying," he said.

"Her mom did the contract. I'm new to this business. I let this guy T. Farris run my whole business, because I knew absolutely nothing about it. Zero.

Crawford accused Megan of lying about her age (a common tactic in the music business). He said she was 23 when she signed with his label, which would make her 28 now, not 25 as she claims.

"You wasn't 20, you were 23 years old. You was a grown up. You're just a liar," Crawford said.

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Crawford disputed Megan's claim that she only received $10,000 up front when she signed her contract. Or that she only received $15,000 for a billion music streams.

He said Megan signed a second deal with 300 Entertainment and he received a check for $200,000, out of which he paid Megan $50,000.

"How she been paid $15,000? As soon as we signed to 300 [Entertainment], I wrote her a check for $50,000, and it's signed with her name on the check. We can show you the proof... I got all my receipts."

He said Megan and Farris signed a management deal with Jay-Z and Roc Nation, then sent goons to his office in Houston, Texas to intimidate him.

Crawford said he gave Megan a 60/40 deal that guarantees her 40% of her royalties. "What contract gives you parts of their masters and 40% royalties and that kind of stuff? Ask Jay-Z to pull one of his artists' first contracts, and let's compare it to what Megan got... I guarantee they won't ever show you that.

"They're holding the money, and they haven't paid me since August. She done over 15 shows. Y'all do the math. She gets $100,000 a show. She owe me, and I haven't recouped almost $2 million that we spent on her, building her up so that Roc Nation would wanna come."

He said Megan, Jay-Z and Roc Nation are taking food out of his children’s mouths.

"Where was Roc Nation at when we was grinding and riding around on them backstreets? Roc Nation's nowhere to be found. Soon as we spent our money, blow it up, now all of a sudden, these strangers and people you just met -- they introduce you to Beyonce and now we the devil?

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Crawford, 38, was once engaged to reality TV personality Evelyn Lozada, who gave birth to his son, Carl Leo Crawford, Jr, 6.

After Crawford was cut by the Dodgers in June 2016, he reportedly went into playboy mode, flying women out to his West Coast home and cheating shamelessly in front of the elder Lozada, 44.

The couple called off their engagement in August 2017 after dating for 4 years.

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Megan Thee Stallion is fed up with her record label jacking her around. The Instagram model says certain execs at her record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, have a rep for "bullying and strong-armed tactics," with their artists.

She's taking the label to court, and she's already won a major legal battle, TMZ reports.

A district judge in Harris County Texas granted Megan a temporary restraining order which prevents her record label from blocking the new music she plans to drop on her own on Friday.

Megan filed a lawsuit Monday against 1501 and its boss, Carl Crawford. She was upset about the contract she signed with the label back when she was only 20 and fresh out of the strip club.

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In a tearful video on Sunday, she claimed the label was blocking her from releasing new music because she wants to renegotiate her contract for more money.

Megan confessed she made the same rookie mistake as other eager young rappers who just want a record deal.

In exchange for signing the contract with 1501 Certified, she got a measly $10,000 advance -- big money to her at the time.

In the suit, Megan, 25, lays out what she believes are unfair terms of her contract. For instance, she claims the deal calls for 1501 Certified to get 60% of her recording income. The remaining 40% goes to her, but she has to pay engineers, mixers and featured artists out of her 40%.

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According to the suit obtained by TMZ, the contract calls for all monies from Megan's touring and live performances to be paid directly to 1501 Certified.

She says the label is supposed to give her a proper accounting of what she's owed -- but claims what they've provided is incomplete, and "purposefully and deceptively vague."

Megan also claims Crawford has been using his relationship with Rap-a-Lot Records founder J. Prince to intimidate and strong arm people in the industry.

She's suing Carl and his label for at least $1 million in damages. J. Prince is not named in the lawsuit.

Megan scored a viral hit "Hot Girl Summer" last year when she teamed up with Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign.

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Megan Thee Stallion is accusing her record label of refusing to release her new music. The up-and-coming rapper accused bosses at 1051 Records of shelving her new music with no release date.

Megan scored a viral hit "Hot Girl Summer" last year when she teamed up with Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign.

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Despite the success of her record, the former stripper claimed during an Instagram Live video on Sunday, that bosses at 1501 won't allow her to drop any new music after she asked to renegotiate her contract for more money.

Megan confessed she made the same rookie mistake as other eager young rappers who just want a record deal.

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"When I signed, I didn't really know what was in my contract. I was young, I think I was, like, 20," she explained in the emotional post. "So when I got with Roc Nation (JAY-Z's entertainment and management company), I got management, real management. I got real lawyers, and they were like, 'Do you know that this is in your contract?' And I was like, 'Oh damn, that's crazy, no I didn't know.'"

The "All Dat" rapper didn't specify which terms she objected to, but explained she wanted to adjust the contract to remove certain clauses.

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"As soon as I said I wanna renegotiate my contract, everything went left. It just went all bad," she said, as she fought back tears. "So now they're telling a b**ch she can't drop no music. It's really just, like, a greedy game.'

She also clarified that she wasn't trying to leave the record label, but she just wanted a more equitable (read: lucrative) contract.

"I'm not a greedy person. I'm not a person that likes confrontation," she said, adding, "I'm nice and I'm real family-oriented."

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Singer/songwriter SZA is very unhappy with the way her latest Rolling Stone magazine cover story turned out.

The singer appears on "The Takeover" issue of Rolling Stone alongside rapper Megan Thee Stallion and singer Normani. But on Twitter, SZA suggested the cover didn't reflect her high morals.

"Not doing any videos Interviews or photos for the rest of my life lol don't ask," she tweeted angrily on Thursday.

Fans speculated that the sexualized Rolling Stone cover, with its dominatrix overtones, led to her tweet.

SZA added: "S/o Normani and meg tho . My sisters who I love very much and respect deeply . Honored to be apart of ANYTHING w the two of those BLACK QUEENS."

In response to a fan who replied with a picture of the cover, SZA wrote: "If u care about me delete this."

The cover was shot by photographer Campbell Addy.

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Megan Thee Stallion celebrated the New Year at a pajama party thrown by power couple Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles-Carter.

A photo the rapper posted of Beyonce and her 7-year-old daughter sparked Black Twitter's first dragging of 2020.

The drama began when Vanity Fair writer K. Austin Collins, who is Black, cracked a joke about Blue Ivy's looks.
 

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Then Harper's Bazaar magazine writer Violet Lucca compared the child to socialite Kylie Jenner, who underwent extensive facial surgery as a teenager.
 

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Author and woman's rights activist Mikki Kendall took offense at the senseless attack on a child and went IN on both journalists.

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Lucca, who is white, offered a half-hearted apology, saying she was busy cleaning her apartment when Black Twitter came for her.

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Kendall responded by reminding Lucca that journalists should remain unbiased, and that what she wrote "was rooted in racist narratives about Black girls & their features..."

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Collins also apologized, calling his tweet a "bad joke."

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Question: What do you think? Should the journalists' comments be protected speech?

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Kehlani confirmed she and her rapper boyfriend YG have called it quits. The 24-year-old singer is telling fans she's "single and focused".

The Oakland native, who is best known for her performance on America's Got Talent, started dating YG in September after she welcomed a daughter with guitarist Javie Young-White.

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Kehlani and YG first confirmed they were a couple in September, after they stepped out together at New York Fashion Week.

Everyone - from fans to music contemporaries - told her the 29-year-old rapper was wrong for her. But she wouldn't listen. It wasn't long before she regretted her decision.

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Doubts began to creep in when the troubled rapper was photographed apparently kissing another woman while leaving a Los Angeles nightclub in October.

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Then last week, YG was spotted Christmas shopping with 24-year-old rapper Megan Thee Stallion on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. The sighting sparked rumors that he left Kehlani for Megan.

After being flooded with questions from her followers, Kehlani set the record straight about the status of her romance with YG, real name Keenon Jackson.

Kehlani, who is ghey-for-pay, also denied rumors she is dating Canadian hip-hop singer Tory Lanez, 27.

"Because i keep seeing this. i'm addressing it. absolutely not. we made a song for my album," she wrote in a tweet, which has since been deleted. "I am single. and focused."

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Rapper French Montana was seen out and about for the first time since being admitted to the ICU with cardiac issues in November.

The 35-year-old Moroccan-born rapper was seen leaving Catch restaurant after dining with his friend Megan Thee Stallion in West Hollywood on Monday.

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Megan Thee Stallion, who arrived and left separately with a girlfriend, was among the few stars who visited Montana in the hospital.

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Montana was released from the hospital last week under doctor's orders to remain on bed rest for 30 days. He claimed his cardiac symptoms were related to the celebrity disorder "dehydration and exhaustion".

The rapper's camp denies rumors that he had a heart attack caused by a history of drug use.

Montana is the CEO and founder of Cocaine City Records. His debut album, Excuse My French, was released in 2013.

In an Instagram post, the rapper celebrated the release of his new album, titled Montana. "The music is keepin my spirit alive," he told fans.

In another Instagram post that showed him doing pushups on the hospital floor, Montana wrote "CANT KEEP ME DOWN !!"

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Megan Thee Stallion visited fellow rapper French Montana who is laid up in an intensive care unit after allegedly suffering cardiac issues at home.

Megan posted a video of her visit to see Montana just before attending the 2019 American Music Awards on Sunday. In the video, Megan, 24, tells Montana to "Get your motherf----- ass out this motherf------ bed and go home. They can't keep a real ni--a down."

Montana shared a since-deleted video that shows he is in an isolation room in intensive care. He captioned the video "6 days in icu." He wore a pulse oximeter on his index finger to monitor his respiratory status.

His hospitalization comes a few weeks after the Moroccan rapper celebrated his birthday in Africa. Rumors are swirling that Montana picked up a nasty infection that weakened his heart muscle while over there.

Online sources say Montana's worried ex-girlfriend Khloe Kardashian is also checking up on him daily.

Police were called to the rapper's Calabasas, Calif. mansion at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in response to a burglary report which turned out to be a false alarm. But the cops called an ambulance when the rapper collapsed after complaining of shortness of breath, abdominal/chest pain and nausea.

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Coach unveiled its 2019 holiday campaign featuring up-and-coming rapper Megan Thee Stallion among others. The 24-year-old Houston native is seen riding a carousel horse while wearing a black patent leather coat and black crushed velvet thigh high boots.

She holds a black Coach handbag in one hand and grasps a long weave extension ponytail in her other hand.

According to Us Weekly, the holiday campaign photo spread also features model Kate Moss, actress Yara Shahidi, and director Spike Lee.

The Coach holiday campaign is the "Hot Girl Summer" hitmaker's first-ever fashion campaign.

Megan first gained fame on the music sharing platform SoundCloud, and she is part of the new wave of so-called "SoundCloud rappers".
 

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Teyana Taylor flexes her directing chops in YouTube Music Original Series "Hottieween," starring rapper Dave East as irresistible blood sucker Archimedes and rapper Megan Thee Stallion as a private investigator trying to solve the murder of a scantily dressed dancer in her hometown of Stallion County.

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Episode 1: Love Bites introduces the viewer to protagonist, Megan Thee Stallion, P.I. and her trusty sidekick Janine (Jay Cole).

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A chance encounter between Megan and the mysterious Archimedes provides leads and a potentially undying relationship.

Conceptualized by Megan Thee Stallion and Produced in collaboration with YouTube Music, Megan Thee Stallion, P.I. in Hottieween marks the acting debut of Megan Thee Stallion herself.

Director Teyana Taylor took inspiration from Campy Horror classics and Blaxploitation heroines to create this series.

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Directed by Teyana Taylor
Starring Dave East and Jay Cole
 

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Slow news day: Megan Thee Stallion and her makeup artist went at it on Instagram over her not crediting him for beating her face to the Gawds.

According to The Neighborhood Talk, "Megan Thee Stallion's makeup artist isn't here for her not giving him credit for his work."

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@TNHTalk posted an exchange between the rapper and her makeup artist, named Jonathan. The rapper accused him of stealing her charger. He accused her of not crediting him with applying her makeup.

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"Makeup by @akilaface," Jonathan wrote.

"And me," Megan responded.

"No, you filled in your eyebrows and put on your lighter MAC powder when I was done," he clapped back. "This is not a makeup war. I always do your makeup and never get credited. That is hurtful," he added.

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Atlanta's hip hop stars performed live at the Streetz Fest concert at Lakewood Amphitheater last weekend. Performers included Megan Thee Stallion (pictured), Jeezy, Moneybagg Yo, Yella Beezy, YFN Lucci, 2 Chainz, Lil Boosie, and more.

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Jeezy hit the stage with his crew. The 41-year-old rapper took his relationship with TV host Jeannie Mai public last week. No one was surprised. Their romance wasn't a well-kept secret.

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YFN Lucci brought his adorable daughter onstage to perform with him. Lucci has 3 or 4 children with as many baby mamas. His ex Reginae Carter did not fall pregnant with his child.

Ciara Wilson was among the fashionable stars attending the 2019 Beautycon Festival in Los Angeles on Sunday, Aug. 11. The part-time singer and homemaker attended the 2-day convention that welcomed makeup artists, beauty bloggers, social media influencers, entrepreneurs and celebrities to connect, shop and discuss all things beauty-related. BeautyCon featured more than 150 brands, panels and special performances.

Some of the highlights from BeautyCon included an interview with Beyonce's mom, Tina Knowles-Lawson, who showed off her svelte new figure! Ms. Tina, pictured here with actress Marsai Martin, says granddaughter Blue Ivy is a budding makeup artist.

"I've bought Blue so many makeup kits, much to her dad's dismay!" she revealed to ET. She admitted that fathers like JAY-Z "don't like that." "But it's just for playtime. We have fun!"

Kelly Rowland told ET that rumors about a Destiny's Child reunion was "news to me, just as much as it was to you! I was like, 'Oh! My god, a tour is happening! Someone call me.'"

Kelly said she’s just too busy to hit the road with Beyonce and her massive entourage. "Everybody's supportive of each other's personal ventures right now," she said. "If it were to happen, I would want it to be a surprise. I feel like we know so much now. News is right at your fingertips and sometimes it's very bad journalism! Shame on you, whoever reported that."

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Megan Thee Stallion was spotted backstage at the HOT 97 Who's Next Pre-Summer Jam concert at SOB's. The 24-year-old rapper paid the funeral costs for 26-year-old Cyril Briscoe who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Prince Georges County, Md, CBS' local Baltimore affiliate reports.

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