Drake was almost as excited as the fans. A few weeks ago, Kanye West said the media “always be trying to pit n***s against each other and that ain’t going down no more,” in reference to the Drake/Rolling Stone controversy. To show and prove, the rap superstars connected on stage during the European leg of the Toronto native’s “Would You Like A Tour?.” O2 World Arena in Berlin, Germany was the locale for said surprise. Needless to say that fans lost it, as the room’s lighting turned blood red to set the scene for Mr. West to perform his Yeezus favorite “Black Skinhead.” As usual, Drake remained on stage to share the moment and assist the G.O.O.D. Music founder with an occasional ad-lib…
Fabolous Dropped Dime On Raymond Felton’s Cheating Ways?
Raymond Felton’s life is mired in struggle thanks to a forgettable season and his wife doing her best to get him locked up on illegal weapons charges. It turns out that Fabolous added fuel to the fire by dropping dime (see what we did there?) on the New York Knicks point guard’s alleged extra-marital affair exploits, as if he’s one to talk. As reported by the New York Post, Fab’s “Cuffin’ Season” from his The Soul Tape 3 mixtape put Felton on blast.
The “Can’t Deny It” rapper hinted that Felton, 29, was playing the field behind Raymondo-Felton’s back, in his song, “Cuffin Season” with lyrics about promiscuous women he implied Felton had to end relationships with.
“I Don’t Hate Jennifer Lopez” Rosie Perez Addresses The Supposed Feud
A few weeks ago, we told you about the “beef” between Rosie Perez and Jennifer Lopez. Turns out we may have gotten the story a bit twisted. While it’s true that Perez and Lopez did get into it two decades ago, Rosie told Piers Morgan that today, there’s no bad blood between she and J Lo.
“I don’t hate Jennifer Lopez. I have great respect for her. When I first saw her, I knew she was going to be a star. Yes, we had a tiff and it was 20 years ago. It’s unfortunate that the tabloids try to portray it as something that is current. I’ve moved on, and I’m sure she has also. We’re grown women. And it’s really disgusting to me that the media tried to pit two Latinas against each other. It’s just so difficult, and so hard, to make it in this industry, especially if you’re a person of color. And for them to do that was really shameful…”