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Brandy Norwood (left) and her arch nemesis Monica will face off against one another on Timbaland and Swizz Beatz's next online Verzuz battle.

The two R&B singers, who topped the charts in 1998 with their smash hit "The Boy Is Mine," will face each other for the latest installment of the popular web series on August 31.

"#History," Brandy wrote on her account. "Thank you @monicadenise and @verzuztv for making this happen. Let's celebrate!!!!"

"This will be historical," Monica noted on her own account. "It's an honor @brandy."

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Monica (right) then encouraged fans to send in their requests:

"What songs would you all like to see us bring to @verzuztv !! Celebrating these catalogs is for the culture with love! From Young Women to Adult Women we've been with y'all! Name the songs you love."

The news comes amid drama between Monica and rap mogul Master P who dragged the mother-of-three for interfering in his brother Corey Miller's murder case.

Miller, 49, was convicted in 2009 of the shooting death of a 16-year-old fan at a nightclub in Louisiana. Miller maintained his innocence but was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.

While Master P thanked social justice activist Kim Kardashian for her efforts to secure his brother's freedom, he called out Monica for using his family for clicks and views.

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Master P, born Percy Robert Miller, 55, took to social media to apparently shade Monica for jumping on the No Limit Chronicles bandwagon.

"I don't know you and I ain't trying to get to know you, just for the record," Master P told Monica in a scathing Instagram post.

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While Verzuz was started in March to keep fans entertained amid the Covid-19 lockdowns, viewers will be expecting the friendly competition to heat up between the pair, amid longstanding rumors of intense rivalry and arguments between the artists over the years.

Brandy and Monica will go head-to-head at 8 p.m. ET on Instagram/verzuztv and Apple Music.

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Master P called out "fake people" trying to jump on the bandwagon to free his brother Corey Miller after his No Limit Chronicles on BET renewed interest in his brother's murder case.

Kim Kardashian-West teamed up with Miller's former flame, singer Monica Arnold to help free Miller from prison.

But Master P wasn't impressed with the attention-seeking celebrities efforts.
 

Miller, 49, was convicted in 2009 of the shooting death of 16-year-old fan Steve Thomas at a nightclub in Louisiana. Miller maintained his innocence but was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.

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Master P, born Percy Robert Miller, 55, took to social media to apparently shade Monica and Kim for jumping on the No Limit Chronicles bandwagon.

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Master P paid tribute to his grandmother, "Big Mama" who put her house up as collateral for Miller's $1 million bond the first time he went to jail.

"I put my trust in God, this is my angel. The lady that put the house up for my brother the first time he went to jail that I paid for. This is not about money. He needed property that was worth at least a million in Louisiana as collateral. RIP Big Mama you will never be forgotten #FreeCoreyMiller We work so hard to change his name back to Corey Miller, then these fake people use Cmurder again. The system [convicted] him on his name and lyrics. The only way to get back in front of the board is to show change and growth. The truth always prevails. No weapon formed against us shall prosper, every lying tongue that rises against us, Father God You shall condemn.

 


 

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Kim Kardashian is using her considerable political connections to help free incarcerated rapper C-Murder, real name Corey Miller.

After new evidence allegedly came to light, the reality TV star and lawyer-in-training Kim, 39, has turned her attention to freeing the 49-year-old who is best known as the love of singer Monica's life.

According to insiders, Monica reached out to Kim via private message on Twitter and pleaded with her to help free her man.

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C-Murder is pictured in 2006 with a former girlfriend in his native New Orleans.

The former rapper, brother of rap mogul Master P, was convicted in 2009 of the shooting of 16-year-old fan Steve Thomas at a nightclub. He maintained his innocence but was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.

Miller was released from prison on house arrest in 2003 after Judge Martha Sassone granted a new trial based on the claim that prosecutors withheld key information.

But Judge Sassone lost her 2008 bid for re-election to Judge Ellen Kovach, who reviewed a prosecutor’s request to send Miller back to jail.

In 2009, while still on house arrest, Miller was convicted of second-degree murder and sentence to life in prison.

Two witnesses have since recanted their testimony, saying their witness statements were coerced by investigators.

"The jury convicted Corey 10-2 and he was sentenced to life in prison. If his trial was today, the jury would have had to be unanimous for him to be convicted," Kim tweeted on Sunday.

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"Since his trial, witnesses have recanted, new evidence of his potential innocence has come to light, and there are claims of jurors being pressured into voting to convict," Kim tweeted. "True justice for the young man requires that the person who actually killed him be held responsible and that Corey Miller be returned home to his kids."

She added that she's teaming up with Monica, who previously dated Miller, in a bid to prove his innocence.

"Corey deserves to come home to his girls and be the father they need, be the artist & leader he's always been as well as spread hope to those who have also experienced this," Monica said in a post on her Instagram page.

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Monica, 39, has a history of failed relationships with emotionally unavailable men. She shares a daughter with ex-NBA star Shannon Brown (pictured) and 2 sons with rap producer Rocko Da Don.

Kim has actively advocated for criminal justice reform in the U.S. She successfully lobbied President Donald Trump to pardon grandmother Alice Marie Johnson, who was serving a life sentence without parole for a non-violent drug offense.