If you were anywhere near a computer yesterday, you probably got wind of Teyana Taylor andRihanna‘s nasty cat fight on Twitter.
The longstanding beef between Teyana and Rihanna has been brewing silently for years now, with the Bajan bad gal allegedly swagger jacking the Harlem singer’s style. But everything came to a head yesterday afternoon when Teyana got wind of RiRi’s cyber bullying.
In similar fashion of what she did to Ciara earlier this year, Rihanna’s hair stylist dressed up in drag to resemble Teyana and sang a song she previously posted on her personal Instagram. Teyana noticed the shade and blasted Rihanna on Twitter, which led to a pretty epic Twitter battle that got very ugly.
After the fire storm, Rihanna and Teyana both deleted most of their nasty tweets.
To explain the beef between her and Rihanna, Teyana called up Hot 97, stating:
“I really don’t understand neither. I’ve been in the studio, minding my business. I heard she made a video…I just thought it was really harsh. You got a dude singing “Caught Up In The Rapture of Love” with big hair, a snap-back, and Jordans on. That ain’t a coinkidink. She knew what she was doing.”
“I think her fans allows and condone her behavior and she does this to everybody. And it’s not always fun and games. You do it, you get away with it. You tried me. You clapped but I clapped back.
I do think she’s a cyber-bully. And I think she has dope music, I’m not no hater. She’s a pretty girl. But that don’t mean you can bully people.”
Hopefully, everyone will go their separate ways and continue to make good music. No more beef ladies, please.
Take a listen to Teyana on Hot 97 down below.
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Hot 97 DJ Mister Cee has just announced his resignation.
This comes shortly after audio of an alleged encounter with Bimbo Winehouse, part-time drag queen made its way online. In the released audio, it’s claimed that the two voices you hear are Winehouse and Mister Cee negotiating prices for sexual services. According to Winehouse, he negotiated a few sexual services and kicked her out of the car after he didn’t pay.
Mister Cee hasn’t spoken out about this incident, but it isn’t the first or second time he’s been busted for soliciting a male prostitute.
He’s since admitted to having a a sex addiction.
Watch the clip below and judge for yourself. Do you believe it’s Mister Cee?
He has officially resigned on-air, saying:
‘Today is my last day on Hot 97, In reality, I kind of knew this day would come.”
Hot 97 has officially released a statement regarding Mister Cee’s departure.
“Due to some personal circumstances that have become public, after 20 years of service, Mr Cee has chosen to resign. We feel that this is in the best interest of both HOT 97 and Cee’s personal well-being. While we do not endorse the alleged activities, he is clearly facing a personal dilemma that is for him and only him to comment on. We are saddened by his departure; his contributions here at HOT 97 were great and we know him as a friend, a caring individual and significant hip hop advocate. We wish Mr Cee the best and will always consider him a family member of HOT 97. Moments ago, he officially signed off, on the air and will finish out his last show today on September 11, 2013, an already sad day for New York City.”
– Alexandra Cameron, SVP/General Manager of HOT97
Tamar Braxton stopped by The Breakfast Club to promote the new season of Tamar and Vince as well as her new album, Love and War.
While at the interview, Tamar was asked what she thought of K. Michelle’s recent show of support (K. Michelle posted to Instagram showing that she purchased Tamar’s album To Help Clear The Air Between The Two).
“I really don’t talk about the people who bully me, like if you do one good gesture, does that make up for you calling me a muppet and for telling everybody I lip-sync? I don’t want to talk about her.On my third day, I sold over 100,000 copies of my album, so we’re not even in the same conversation in life.”
A fan sent the word over to K. Michelle and K. Michelle responded via Twitter:
Accord to Gawker.com : Earlier today, Lady Gaga graced the stage of Good Morning America to perform a Wizard of Oz-styled spin on “Applause,”complete with several costume changes. (This era, she’s really intent on wowing us with how many times she can change her costumes in one song, and I will admit that it is a nice distraction from the actual song.) During some down time, she supposedly talked to her attending “Little Monsters” about part-time rapper, full-time Twitter troll Azealia Banks. Banks was once rumored to appear on Gaga’s upcoming ARTPOP album. Banks also recently attacked Gaga on Twitter for adopting and advocating a mermaid-inspired style, as Banks has also done. “Hey! No fair! You stole my mermaid style!” is an argument an actual 22-year-old woman made to another grown woman.
We don’t hear the fame scholar/art artist say Banks’ name in the video above, originally posted to the Instagram account of by Little Monster/diva enthusiast Dillon Jaden. (His Twitter bio reads: “Loved By Many, Hated By Many More, But Beyoncé Sang To Me. I Ain’t Got No Worries.”) The caption, however, identifies Gaga’s subject as Banks, as does this tweet:
In the video, we hear Gaga say, “She’s got a bad attitude,” to a chorus of sycophantic agreement (Gaga loves her Monsters for loving her and they love her back for loving them for loving her). Gaga is telling us what we already know, and the best part of the video is the fans’ comments that follow. “Gaga, we been knowing that, that’s why we don’t want her on there,” is one. “She broke,” is another.
Per the comments of the Instagram video above, Gaga specifically asked that her fans not film her. Haha, this will teach her to get close enough to stroke those who stroke her ego. (No it won’t.)
Banks responded, of course, because if she stopped responding, she would no longer be heard and no longer exist. She, too, lives for the applause, it’s just that her definition of it is less conventional than Gaga’s.
Later, she tweeted this:
Everyone’s doing such great work.