Quote of The Day: Rihanna

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Rihanna discussing whether Joe Camel is getting under her umbrella in the new issue of Giant Magazine:

“I guess it’s just the affiliation with him. Being a female and being on his label and having a close business relationship. I guess that sparks the rumors. I’m guessing. Because there’s no other way. At first it was funny, like Ah this is so funny! Why would they think this? Really? Ew. Then it was like they’re still talking about this? This is getting a little frustrating now. Can they cut this out? Because it got really intense where people just weren’t letting up. Then it turned into a “beef” between me and Beyonce. I was like where are these people going with this? This is crazy.”

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Quote of The Day: Beyonce

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Beyonce was asked does she think of herself as a gay icon:

I definitely hope so! I get a lot of my influences, a lot of my lingo, a lot of my mannerisms from watching the drag balls. It’s so over-the-top.

And I’m a frustrated drag queen! Absolutely! The more hair and the more lashes the better!

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Quote of The Day: 25 Cent

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25 Cent recently responded to Cam’ron’s swimming pool diss on Hot 97:

“My whirlpool is bigger than Cam’s swimming pool. And he shouldn’t be in front of no camera with Daisy Dukes on”

Click here watch video evidence that Cam’ron is smoking rocks .

By voluntarily looking like a base-head on video, Cam’ron is one of the few rappers who have deaded their own career. You cannot recover from a video like this. The guy looks like he is falling apart. SMH.

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Quote of The Day: Charles Barkley

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Charles Barkley recently weighed on the Imus situation:

CHARLES Barkley thinks Don Imus should have been suspended, but not fired, for insulting the Rutgers women’s basketball team. On last night’s “Boomer Esiason Show” on MSG, the NBA star said, “It was an insult to those young ladies. . . . He owed them an apology. I think a suspension was warranted.” Barkley criticized civil rights leaders for ignoring Imus’ insults against Jews, Asians and others. “Anytime something happens, you [media] guys have a magnet on Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, like they speak for all black people . . . which is unfortunate and unfair. Al and Jesse have said racist things before. I don’t think you can have selective prosecution . . . that’s not right, that’s not fair.”

If Imus would have cut Jesse or Sharpton a check in the back office, everything would have been fine. See what happens when you don’t want to be ho when it’s time to be a ho. Imus needs to talk to Don Juan or Kim Kardashian to be put on some of this pimp-ho game and how it works.

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Quote of the Day: ‘Bugs Monkey’

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25 Cent who Camron has called “Bugs Monkey” dropped some words of FUBU wisdom at the BET Awards press conference yesterday. He was asked if he would remove offensive lyrics from his music and follow Master P:

“Are you familiar with politics? Are you familiar with the President’s No. 2 man? You’re familiar with him resigning based on him using, maybe what we’d call a dating service? Maybe he’s hanging out with hoes that we mention in the music. If that doesn’t make you aware of a situation that exists….“Music is a mirror, and hip hop is a reflection of the environment that we grew up in. It’s the harsh realities that end up in the music. If I ask you to paint a picture of the American flag and not use the color red, you’re gonna have a difficult time. To capture what we try to capture in the art form, I’m sure some conservative Americans can’t [identify] with it because of their lifestyle and the way they’ve actually been brought up, and they haven’t been exposed to those realities.”

“Well Master P doesn’t sell CDs anymore,” 50 said calmly, which caused the room full of reporters to burst out laughing. “You can tell him I said it. Cameras is rollin’ right? …‘Curtis,’ June 26.”

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Quote of The Day: R. Kelly

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R.Kelly in the new issue of Hip-Hop Soul:

“My greatest competition is, well, me . . . I’m the Ali of today. I’m the Marvin Gaye of today. I’m the Bob Marley of today. I’m the Martin Luther King, or all the other greats that have come before us. And a lot of people are starting to realize that now.”

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Quote of The Day: NY Times

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New York Times discussing Akon and suggesting Verizon has a double-standard:

Many music fans know that Pete Wentz, the bassist for the rock band Fall Out Boy, found himself overexposed last year when sexually explicit pictures of him surfaced on the Internet. Many also know that Keith Urban, the country superstar, recently endured a stint in rehab. Akon’s raunchy onstage dancing with a teenager concerned Verizon. Despite the bad publicity, both acts have received a marketing push from Verizon, through promotions as “featured” artists on its mobile network or elsewhere.

Click here to watch the little girl get pumped by Akon on stage.

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Quote of The Day: Akon

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Akon in a recent press release:

“First, and most important to me, I want to sincerely apologize for the embarrassment and any pain I’ve caused to the young woman who joined me on-stage, her family and the Trinidad community for the events at my concert in Port of Spain on April 12th. It was never my intention to embarrass or take advantage of my fans in any way, especially those under the age of 18. That is why we tried to make sure that the club did not admit anyone under 18 in the audience. Somehow, that standard was not met.

Again, I apologize to those concerned and to all my fans and I pledge to all that we will strive to make sure this type of incident does not happen again.”

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Quote of The Day: Snoop Dog

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Snoop responding to Imus-related criticism regarding the women in his videos:

Who’s to say that these women in videos are ho’s? They are classy women, and if you really try to mack to them, they’ll tell you, “Well, I have a man” or “I’m not into that” or “I don’t do that.” Not every girl in the videos has sex with the rappers or lays out her body and does whatever the rapper says. A lot of these women do this as a means of modeling or being appreciated for their looks.

Click Here to read why Snoop says Russell Simmons and Al Sharpton are irrelevant and his take on current Hip-Hop beef, including the Tru Life and Jim Jones beef.

Quote of The Day: Scary Spice

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Melanie Brown AKA Scary Spice talking to Extra TV:

“The crazy thing is, this baby was planned, and he knows it’s his,” Brown said. “This is what is mind-boggling.”

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Quote of The Day: Tyra Banks

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Tyra Banks talking to Conan O’Brien:

“Rosie has the sexiest, juiciest breasts.”

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Quote of The Day: Beyonce

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Beyonce in the new issue of Vibe Magazine:

“I think I am intelligent”

“I absolutely do not (go on the internet). I have my Blackberry, but unless I’m approving videos or approving song mixes, I don’t go. I don’t buy anything online. I ‘m scared. I don’t want to just give ‘em my credit card. I don’t wanna be hacked.”

“I don’t mind when people don’tlike something because that’s their opinion. I don’t like everything I hear or everything I see and that doesn’t make me a negative person or a hater.”

“If it’s something about my sister or my nephew or it’s something evil, then yes, I’m upset. I wanna kill somebody.”

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A Great Reason for Party Appearances

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Gayle King hit up the Spotlight Live afterparty for Fantasia’s debut in “The Color Purple” Sunday night and was heard saying:

“Wow, this is a serious party – I thought I was just stopping by to have some chicken wings.”

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Quote of The Day: Kevin Andrews

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Snoop is now banned from entering two countries, the U.K. and Australia. Australian Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews explaining his decision to deny Snoop Dogg entry into the country:

“The reality is in relation to this man, that he was given a warning the last time, he has a whole string of convictions, and, just two weeks ago I was told he was convicted on a number of charges again and sentenced to three years’ imprisonment on two, and three years’ imprisonment on another, with five years’ probation and a suspended sentence,” Mr Andrews told 2GB.

“He has been denied entry into the United Kingdom because he was caught with others causing affray at Heathrow Airport. He doesn’t seem the sort of bloke we want in this country.”

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Quote of The Day: T.I.

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T.I. and Tiny were spotted ‘making it rain’ over the weekend at Body Tap, a strip club in Atlanta. T.I. recently told MTV:

“If you want to fix America, you have to start at George Bush and work your way down – you can’t start at hip-hop and work your way up.“Me, I got children and I’m with my children every day I can be there. They know if they call somebody out there a name, if they disrespect a woman, if they do anything to imitate a 50 Cent or a Snoop Dogg or a T.i. or what they see on Mtv… they gonna have to deal with Daddy. “(Some) parents let their children blame it on hip-hop. I think that’s the beginning of the problem, personally. I think hip-hop is being used as the scapegoat.”

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