As most of you probably know, Snoop Dogg posted continuously on Instagram about Iggy Azalea yesterday. Not only was he posting images of her but he was continuously dissing her via social media.
Snoop began by posting a photo of Iggy without any makeup and this led to Iggy going on a Twitter rant about him basically saying that he was acting two-faced, that in person he acted like they were cool.
Instead of apologizing, Snoop decided to continue posting memes about the rapper and upsetting her even more. He even posted an image of Nicki Minaj with a caption that said Iggy doesn’t write her own raps.
Iggy then turned to Twitter to respond to Snoop’s behavior.
She tweeted, “for the record I only had an issue with the meme in the first place because he acts another way to my face, he even follows me. But the real joke here is the middle aged man who’s butt hurt I asked why he was pulling a Regina George move on social media.”
This afternoon Snoop took it upon himself to apologize to Iggy by saying, “I just got off the phone with my homeboy Tip, king of Atlanta, and it’s officially over. No more bad talk. I apologize. Yeah, I apologize. I won’t do it again.”
Who’s side do you take?
After several months of gossip that the Love & Hip Hop series is adding another franchise to its stock, it was finally confirmed that the hit show will be headed to the west coast for Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood this fall.
The series will feature a brand new cast of celebrities and musicians including Ray J, Soulja Boy, Omarion, Lil Fizz, Young Berg, Teairra Marie, Hazel E, Yesi Ortiz, Sincere, Nikki Mudarris and many more.
As we all know, Love & Hip Hop has already taken over the east coast in New York and the dirty south in Atlanta, but will the show be able to handle the pressure and take over the West Coast? Or Hollywood to be exact? What is your opinion on the show?
Also, don’t forget to catch the Season Premiere on Monday, September 15.
As we have seen throughout the past couple of months, just about every celebrity has accepted the ALS ice bucket challenge and then continued to challenge their celebrity friends and family. 50 Cent on the other hand, decided to change the challenge.
The rapper challenged his not-so friend, Floyd Mayweather to read one page from a Harry Potter book without stopping, starting over or messing up. If Floyd accepts the challenge, Fifty said he would donate $750K to a charity of his choice.
As you’re probably imagining that this could be just for laughs, The Breakfast Club took this challenge to another level by airing an unreleased audio of Mayweather struggling to read some drops for the radio station.
Although, DJ Envy says this would take someone about 10 seconds to read, Floyd is heard repeatedly stopping and starting over as well as fumbling some of his words.
Watch the video of Fifty challenging Floyd, then listen to the audio released by The Breakfast Club.
Do you think that Floyd will accept the challenge or will he ignore it as if it never happened? What is your opinion?
As the case of Michael Brown continues, we have recently seen that the National Guard was brought into Ferguson to supposedly, help “calm” things in the town.
Yet, according to CNN host Don Lemon, who has spent several days reporting from Ferguson; said on Tuesday that a member of the National Guard had called protestors the n-word.
As CNN aired a town hall event about the racial divide in the United States, a member of the audience asked what precautions could be used to prevent officers from overreacting when dealing with African-American men.
The Black Sphere’s Kevin Jackson said that putting body cameras on officers can change the dynamic in police stops.
“If there is a camera, he knows he’s got to check himself, and if you know an officer has a camera, you also have to check yourself,” explained Jackson.
Lemon then added that cameras could also make a “certain type of person” think twice before they decide to go into law enforcement to begin with.
“Last night, one of my producers said that they came in contact with one of the members of the National Guard. And they said, ‘You want to get out of here because you’re white. Because there n-words, you know, you never know what they’re going to do,’” Said Lemon.
The CNN host added that this was a true story, “I kid you not. 2014, a member of the National Guard, and my producer doesn’t lie,” he added.
What is your opinion on this? Should the member of the National Guard be punished in some way for using racial slurs? Or is it his Freedom of Speech to say exactly how he feels about the situation? Let us know what you think.
For the first time, the Highway Patrol captain in charge of security in raging Ferguson, Missouri; is backed by the National Guard. On Monday, they vowed that burglars and vandals would not disrupt “the soul of this community.”
The pledge was made by Capt. Ron Johnson, one day after the worst events yet happened between police and protestors who are protesting the police shooting death of unarmed African-American teenager Michael Brown.
“Tonight, we will ensure the safety of the citizens of Ferguson, the visitors to Ferguson, the business of Ferguson,” Capt. Ron Johnson stated. “We will not allow vandals, criminal elements, to impact the safety and security of this community.”
Gov. Jay Nixon ordered the National Guard to provide additional security to the town. Later the governor added that the National Guard’s mission is limited to protecting the officers already in place.
Nixon also added that the midnight-to-five a.m. curfew would be lifted. The governor added that police and protestors fought both nights that the curfew was in place. This fighting turned into robbery, vandalism and an attempt to take over the law enforcement command center and law enforcement officers were also targeted by gunfire.
Troops in #Ferguson pic.twitter.com/je2bkSckuZ— Jon Swaine (@jonswaine) August 18, 2014
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