Taylor Swift Apologizes to Nicki Minaj Too…

Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift has issued a heartfelt apology to Nicki MInaj following their Twitter spat.

Taylor  tweeted an apology on Thursday (July 23), writing, “I thought I was being called out. I missed the point, I misunderstood, then misspoke. I’m sorry, Nicki. @NICKIMINAJ.”

Meek Mill Apologizes to Nicki Minaj for Twitter Rant

Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill

After Meek Mill’s Twitter rant, he had more to say about Drake when he appeared on stage at a concert last night.

During Nicki Minaj’s “Pinkprint Tour” in Bristow, Va. on Wednesday (July 22), Meek shouted out Drake, but didn’t back off his claim that the Canadian MC had a ghostwriter pen his verse on “R.I.C.O.”

His Twitter tirade must didn’t sit well with his girlfriend because Meek issued a public apology to her for causing all the drama. “I wanna give a special apology shout-out to Nicki Minaj for my crazy ass going crazy on Twitter,” said Meek as he stroked her hair. “You can’t be messin’ with no hood ni**a.”

Chris Brown Stuck In The Philippines

Chris Brown

Chris Brown is currently stuck in the Philippines, unable to leave the country. He tried to leave a few days ago, but according to TMZ his plane was stopped on the tarmac. It’s the result of a legal dispute that’s been in the works for months.

Brown was supposed to perform at a New Year’s Eve concert in Manila. According to the promoters, he collected his million-dollar fee and then never showed up. They want a refund on their deposit, and have successfully petitioned the government to keep Brown in the country until he gives in to their demands.

“He is still in the country,” Immigration bureau spokeswoman Elaine Tan told the Associated Press, adding that Brown has not applied for the emigration clearance he needs to be allowed to leave the country.

Bad Blood? Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift Exchange Blows and Other Celebs Weigh In

The social media wars were on and popping last night!! From Nicki Minaj’s BF Meek Mill and her label mate Drake and their drama, to multiple celebrities weighing in from Ryan Seacrest, Perez Hilton, and Piers Morgan becoming involved and getting chewed out by each other’s respective fan-bases, things got ugly and quickly. When Nicki expressed her dismay being snubbed for Video of the Year at the VMA’s, Taylor Swift added her 2 cents, and hell broke loose.  Check out some of the exchange below:

New Music: Janet Jackson F/J. Cole – “No Sleeep”

According to Billboard, J. Cole and Janet Jackson recorded the official remix to her single “No Sleeep,” which is currently No. 5 on Billboard’s Adult R&B airplay chart. The two recorded the remix in an L.A. studio two weeks ago. The remix is set to appear on Janet’s first album in seven years, due in late September on Rhythm Nation Records/BMG.

Janet kicks off her “Unbreakable Tour” on Aug. 31 in Vancouver.

Jezzy to Perform “Thug Motivation: 101″ In It’s Entirety

In honor of the tenth anniversary of Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101, Jeezy  reflects on what he has endured to get to the point where he is now.

To celebrate the milestone, Jeezy will perform the album in its entirety during a show at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre on Friday and it will be streamed live on Tidal!

Read his reflections below:

They say you have your whole life to make your first album, and they might be right. Some call it poetry, others call it the ghetto gospel, but the industry calls it "trap music." Go figure. Either way it's the voice of the streets, and we all know that when the streets talk, we listen. I find it odd when people use a negative connotation like "trap music," when the message (lyrics) clearly states: make it out of your surroundings and be the best man and provider you can be. We call that being a boss where I'm from — a self made individual that refuses to let his environment dictate his or her outcome in life. This body of work you see before you is just that. Every experience, every up, down and close call. All the nights that you prayed you could make it to see another day. All the sacrifices you made for friends and loved ones you lost to the street life. I can't help but to think of all the obstacles I had to dodge and the times I was unsure. But I continued to keep my faith and hustle strong. I kept pushing! When I said that the roaches were in the kitchen, I meant that! So now when I tell you the floors look like bowling balls, I mean that too. You can call it rags to riches, but I like to call it a boy becoming a man and believing in his dreams, goals and expectations. I never thought of "fame" or being accepted in this industry; my only thoughts were to represent and speak for every man, woman and child that was in the struggle and just wanted to make a better way of life, without taking no for an answer. With every song, verse and adlib on this body of work, you can hear that determination, that ambition and that drive in every word. If the album touched you in any way, just know that it was all for you. I'd like to thank my fans and anybody that was a part of my journey. Here I am, 10 years later, doing what I love –motivating the people.

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