@kicksb4rent don't be mad at me cause u in the closet… Flop that ya lil b#tch lmao! ????
— ASHANTI (@ashanti) January 20, 2014
R&B singer Ashanti is catching heat for what her fans are saying was a “homophobic” tweet. The singer, who once dated rapper Nelly, asked her Twitter followers to pick the winner of the upcoming Super Bowl, the San Francisco 49ers or the Seattle Seahawks.
After one rude fan tweeted: “Your flop single”, Ashanti clapped back by tweeting: “don’t be mad at me cause u in the closet… Flop that ya lil b#tch lmao!”
Miami Heat star guard Dwyane Wade has a new goal after helping lead his team to back-to-back NBA championships.
Wade took offense to OKC star Kevin Durant saying his former teammate James Harden was a better basketball player than Wade. Wade, who was heavily criticized for faking knee injuries last season, responded to Durant with an inspirational note to himself.
Rihanna must be bored. The Bajan singer rekindled her Twitter beef with Teyana Taylor today, referring to the socialite as a ‘petty bitch’. Naturally their fans jumped into the fray, dragging the battling stars all over Twitter. I’m not taking sides, but my favorite tweet is this one posted by @AdolfHibster on Twitter.
— Hibby (@AdolfHibster) September 24, 2013
Rap icon Lil Kim dragged talk show host Wendy Williams on her Twitter timeline today.
The online assault began after someone on Wendy’s staff tweeted this on her official account earlier today: “Wendy dishes on @LilKim’s dramatic new look…”
Well, Kim took offense to that tweet — particularly the part about her “dramatic new look”. Kim body slammed Wendy on her timeline, saying “B*tch Y didn’t U show the side by side pic. This pic is photoshopped & U know it. U hating B*tch”
Then Queen Bee delivered the knockout punch when she accused Wendy of swallowing the late Notorious BIG’s unborn babies.
Yesterday, Ciara released her new ballad “Body Part” off her upcoming album, One Woman Army. The Mike WILL Made It-produced track was co-written by Ciara’s newest Love addiction, rapper Future. The rapper can be heard ad libbing on the track.
“If you listen closely, you can [hear him],” Ciara told The Juice.
This is why I don’t place celebrities on pedestals. Many celebrities seek the limelight because they have narcissistic tendencies. But a lot of them have deep-seated issues with women stemming from unhealthy relationships with their mothers.
Men like Malik Yoba often quote scriptures on Twitter, as if they are role models of good character. But every now and then his male chauvinistic side is exposed on social media.
Pop singer Rihanna defended her lover Chris Brown after his wild Twitter melee with a female comic ended when he deleted his Twitter page over the weekend.
Not one to sit idly by and mind her own business, Rihanna jumped feet first into the scrum by digging up reams of tweets written by Jenny Johnson — the woman who Brown viciously attacked on Twitter.