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A singer/songwriter recalled intimate details of her "super tight" relationship with rap mogul Jay Z back in the day.

Muni Long (pronounced "money long") discussed her and Jay Z's relationship during an interview on The Breakfast Club.

Muni, born Priscilla Renea Hamilton, said she met Jay Z in 2011 and they recorded sessions together in the studio.

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"So we started together... He moved from NY to LA," she told Angela Yee. Muni said she eventually moved out to L.A., and they recorded songs including "California King Bed" together.

The 33-year-old singer, who is married to Masimba Chibanda, chose her words carefully.

"We used to be super tight and then you grow apart," she said.

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Nick Cannon opened up about his celibacy struggle on his daytime talk show this week.

Cannon, already a father of 7, clarified that his therapist advised him to stop sowing his seed after he fathered a child with Instagram model Bre Tiesi.

So, technically, he didn't break his celibacy vow.

"My therapist was one of the ones who said I should probably be celibate and the reason why is because I had shared that news about Bre being pregnant," he told guest Angela Yee.

Cannon explained that Tiesi was pregnant when his youngest son Zen died in December.

"This whole process was extremely difficult for me because I've known about Bre's pregnancy for a while now, before my youngest son Zen passed in December. And so even going through all of that, this was always in the back of my mind. When is the right time? How do I share this? We didn't expect Zen to pass away. All of the news was so unexpected. So to try to figure out a chronological order or a hierarchy, it kept me up at night. I always talk about the guilt that I feel in losing Zen, and even how to deal with this for my other children, and that was a lot of the guilt as well. Guilt for everyone involved. And I just wanna say thank you to every one of my family members for understanding and helping me through this process."

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Rapper Jim Jones opened up about his early sex education in a recent episode of Angela Yee's Lip Service podcast.

Jones, who is Puerto Rican, said his mother taught him how to tongue kiss and gave him his first condoms.

"She showed me with her mouth... she showed me how to tongue kiss when I was younger," he said. He said his first lesson was a good experience.

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By contrast, the "We Fly High" rapper said he was disgusted the first time he ever kissed a girl.

Jones, 45, said he met his father for the first time when he was 13 years old and again when he was 26 -- the same year his father passed away.

"Every day that I didn't see my dad I loved him even more," he said. "The few times that I did get to see him he was like the flyest dude in the whole world to me."

Even though Jones was raised by a single mother, he says she wasn't bitter and she never criticized his father.

Jones said his mother always spoke well of his father, who was a drug addict.

"My mom and my dad were like Bonnie & Clyde," he said, adding that she fell pregnant with him in high school.

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Jones is in a long-term relationship with Chrissy Lampkin, 50. The couple appeared on the VH1 reality series Love & Hip Hop: New York and starred in the spin-off reality show Chrissy & Mr. Jones.
 

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Radio insiders are still buzzing about gossip maven Wendy Williams dissing "The Breakfast Club" co-host Angela Yee (right).

The incident took place at the grand re-opening of Caroline's Comedy Club in NYC. Caroline's reopened after 15 months of Covid lockdowns.

Legendary radio personality and blogging pioneer Miss Jones (pictured in 2000) and radio icon Wendy arrived together and sat at the same table in the club.

By coincidence, Angela was also in the club that night.

When Miss Jones spotted Angela in the crowd, she took out her phone asked host Donnell Rawlings to take a photo of the three radio legends together.

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But club patrons were stunned when Wendy refused to leave her seat to join Miss Jones and Angela onstage for a photo.

Miss Jones and Angela ended up taking photos together -- without Wendy.

The crowd jeered at Wendy, with one patron saying, "Wendy, get up and go onstage to take the picture. What's her problem? Why wouldn't she get up?"

Another patron said, "If petty was a person."

Cell phone photos show Wendy pursing her lips while ignoring the other patrons begging her to go onstage.

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Insiders whispered that Wendy despises Angela Yee (pictured in 2019). Angela is rumored to have a nasty personality and she rubs other radio personalities the wrong way.
 

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Charlamagne tha god claims he has other "potential deals" lined up when he exits Power 105.1 morning show "The Breakfast Club" after his contract expires.

Rumors swirled last month that the 41-year-old radio host, real name Lenard McKelvey, and his co-hosts Angela Yee, 45, and DJ Envy, 42, were considering leaving the show.

McElvey founded the show in 2010 after he was fired from the popular Wendy Williams Show on WBLS. McElvey and his co-hosts have been hinting about leaving The Breakfast Club.

"He loves working for iHeart Radio, but he is contemplating his next move," a source [read: Charlamagne] tells Page Six. "There are a lot of potential deals in the air, and he just wants to keep his options open and think strategically."

Years before The Breakfast Club, McKelvey was accused of rape by a then-15-year-old girl in South Carolina. The charges were mysteriously dropped.

McElvey is married but his radio career has been plagued by down low rumors.

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Tank is baffled over the homophobic responses to his statement that one man giving another man oral sex does not make either man a homosexual.

It all started when Tank sat down with The Breakfast Club's Angele Yee to promote his new album, Elevation, that dropped today (Oct 25).

Tank described a scenario in which one man samples another man's penis, and then decides it was not to his liking. In that situation, Tank says, sampling the man's penis - even twice to make sure - does not make him a homosexual.

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"He sucked a d**k once, right? Then, he's like I'm not sure if I liked it or not. Let me try it again, and then he says, 'You know what? It's not for me. Don't like the taste.' See what I'm saying?"

Tank continued: "It doesn't mean he's gay. It means he sucked d**k twice. The art of being gay is being gay. It's a continuous state of being."

The 43-year-old Capricorn dropped by The Breakfast Club on Friday to continue the discussion.

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Tank, pictured here with lesbian rapper Siya, was baffled that women are frequently given a pass when they "explore" other women's vaginas, but men are considered homosexual when they "explore" another man's penis.

"There's an exploration process. And this speaks to the double standard," said Tank. "Women are allowed to explore and play and do all of these things and they don't get boxed into a thing. And I think for men, there's a scary thing as it pertains to being gay."

Tank argued that men should be given a pass when they choose to explore another man's body in order to form an opinion on whether they prefer to go both ways.
 

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Tank is not backtracking from statements he made about oral sex between males. The R&B singer angered his female fans when he claimed one man giving another man oral sex does not make either man a homosexual.

The 43-year-old Capricorn made the controversial statements in a sit-down interview with The Breakfast Club co-host, Angela Yee, to promote his new album, Elevation, which drops Friday.

Tank described a scenario in which one man samples another man's penis, and then decides it was not to his liking. In that situation, Tank says, sampling the man's penis - even twice to make sure - does not make him a homosexual.

"He sucked a d**k once, right? Then, he's like I'm not sure if I liked it or not. Let me try it again, and then he says, 'You know what? It's not for me. Don't like the taste.' See what I’m saying?"

Tank continued: "It doesn't mean he's gay. It means he sucked d**k twice. The art of being gay is being gay. It's a continuous state of being."

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An unofficial poll of the comments on Twitter.com shows 98% of bio females strongly disagreed with Tank, while 100% of homosexual males were in agreement.

Tank, who has battled homosexual rumors for most of his career, did not back down as the debate continued to rage on Twitter.com on Wednesday.

Many females accused Tank of promoting homosexuality among Black males. Others assumed that this was Tank's way of easing himself out of the closet.

"Tell em to keep the smoke coming!.." he tweeted.


 

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Rapper Young Jeezy was released from a California jail just in time to attend a meet & greet with Power 105.1 Breakfast Club hosted by Street 94.5 radio in Atlanta on Tuesday. Jeezy pled not guilty to charge of possessing an illegal assault rifle last week. Radio listeners were invited to meet Jeezy, who is pictured above with the Breakfast Club hosts Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy. Other invited guests included DJ Don Cannon, blogger Karen Civil, and Solomon, former manager of Sean Combs' now shuttered Justin's Restaurant.

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Atlantic Records Presents #BoosieSpeaks (153 of 182)

Rapper Lil Boosie appeared in his first press conference titled "BOOSIESPEAKS", presented by Atlantic Records this week. Boosie was release from prison on Wednesday after serving a 5-year prison sentence on drug charges. Lil Boosie's legal team opened the floor to explain the conditions under which Boosie was released and his upcoming trial. Before the press conference, moderator Angela Yee of the syndicated Breakfast Club morning show briefly interviewed Lil Boosie before opening the floor for questions from various media outlets in attendance.

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