So Onika clearly was waiting on Drake and Lil Wayne to get free so she can release some new music. Last night at Midnight Nicki Minaj released 3 new songs. The main song in question is titled ” No Frauds” ft Drake and Lil Wayne. The reply was “ok”. She talked about Remy leaving her son to go to Jail, Remy Getting a Felony, Remy Bad Surgery, Remy Ghostwriter, and Papoose.
Nicki Also went on instagram and challenge Remy to get an interview within 72 hours that doesn’t mention her name and she will give her a half a million dollars. She Also calls her Reggie Martin.
All 3 of these songs were exclusively release on Itunes.
Even though Nicki is way more commercially successful and will always have more money Remy Ma on bars alone won this beef.
Nicki Minaj has no immediate plan to respond to Remy Ma’s vicious diss tracks, in which Remy calls Nicki every name in the book, including a cheater, a tramp and a has-been.
Our sources say Nicki feels Remy’s accusations are being exposed as lies by various people, including Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, Ebro and Safaree. There’s a lot of chatter that Nicki will fall off if she doesn’t respond, but she doesn’t buy it.
We’re told Nicki is not hiding … quite the opposite. She’s in the middle of high-profile apprearances at Paris Fashion Week. She’s also featured on 2 tracks that were just released from Future and Gucci Mane. She also just released a new app.
As you know, Remy blasted Nicki, calling her a ho, a bitch, a cokehead, and a disloyal hoochie with bad butt implants. Remy also says Nicki slept her way to the top.
As for the long-term, Nicki isn’t ruling out a counterblast, but she feels right now she’s winning by silence.
Pharrell Williams was presented with France’s most prestigious arts honor in Paris on Monday.
The 43-year-old received the Officier des Arts et des Lettres Award by French Minister of Culture Audrey Azoulay, who pinned the green and white medal onto his jacket in recognition of his contribution to the arts in a ceremony held during Paris Fashion Week.
“France is the center of art,” Pharrell said during the ceremony, adding that he was “grateful” to have been honored, while Audrey called the Happy singer “a friend of France”.
According to BFM TV, he also told reporters, “I wish every boy and girl who looks like me in this country will be able to do much more than I achieved. I wish all the black little girls will also be able to do what they want and much more… each time you opened a door for me, you have shown the road to kids like me, you told them they could make it.”
“I just want all the kids here to know that they can do it too and if they feel like they can’t, the city and the government needs to listen to them,” he explained. “If they feel like they can’t do it, then something is wrong and that’s what we need to work on next, cos it’s not about me, it’s about them.”
The singer, who follows in the footsteps of previous recipients Michael Keaton, Sharon Stone, Elton John and Tim Burton, seemed overwhelmed with the honor, saying, “It’s also an opportunity like ‘woah’, it’s like ‘why me?’ but it’s also like ‘wow’.”
Pharrell, who is in Paris attending Fashion Week shows, recently became a father of four after his fashion designer wife Helen Lasichanh gave birth to triplets in January. They have not revealed the babies’ name or sexes but their spokesperson confirmed mom and babies were “healthy and happy”.
They are already parents to eight-year-old son Rocket.
A New York City judge has issued a bench warrant for rapper Azealia Banks’ arrest after she failed to show up to a court hearing on Monday.
The 25-year-old rapper stands accused of spitting at and biting a female bouncer at Manhattan’s Up&Down nightclub over a year ago, and she was due to kick off the week with a court appearance to address the matter.
However, when she didn’t turn up on Monday, Judge Kathryn Paek issued a bench warrant for her arrest, according to Page Six.
Banks’ attorney reportedly told the judge his client was out of the country and read a note from the rapper, in which she suggested she could be “back tomorrow if the court needs it”.
Unimpressed, the Manhattan Criminal Court justice issued the bench warrant.
Azealia has a new free court-appointed lawyer speaking on her behalf after her private attorney requested to be relinquished from the case.
Banks has found herself in hot water with the magistrate before – she was supposed to appear in court in September, but was a no-show after reportedly missing her flight to New York City from Los Angeles. The rap star made a rescheduled Manhattan court date in November, when the judge overseeing the case warned her she would serve jail time if she failed to appear at the next hearing.
Azealia has been charged with misdemeanor assault, attempted assault and disorderly conduct for her alleged attack on the bouncer. Reports suggested the 212 rapper flew into a rage when staff at the club failed to recognize her.
Meanwhile, Banks’ erratic behavior has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons for months – she engaged in a social media feud with Bahamian singer Rihanna over controversial U.S. President Donald Trump’s so-called Muslim-ban at the end of January and her lawsuit against Russell Crowe, in which she accused the Australian actor of spitting at her and calling her derogatory names at a Beverly Hills party in October, was thrown out by Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office just before Christmas.
Chance The Rapper has delivered on his promise of fighting for Chicago public schoolchildren by donating $1 million to schools in the city.
The newly minted hip hop star, who won the first three Grammys of his career for his album Coloring Book last month, met with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner last Friday to discuss the cash-strapped education system in his hometown.
Chance, real name Chancelor Bennett, left the meeting visibly upset and noted he had urged Rauner to “do his job” during their “vague” discussion. He also promised fans on Twitter that his “fight has just begun” on the matter and that he would “have a plan” to further address the issue on Monday morning.
The 23-year-old made good on his word by promising to donate $1 million at the start of the week to Chicago Public Schools, announcing his contribution in front of educators and reporters at the Westcott Elementary School on the South Side of town.
“While I am disappointed in Governor Rauner, that will not stop me from doing all I can to support Chicago’s most valuable resource: its children,” he said during Monday’s press conference, which was live-streamed on Instagram. “(My donation was) made possible by my fans through ticket sales for my upcoming (Coloring Book) tour (in partnership with AEG, Live Nation and Ticketmaster).”
The star also pledged to gift $10,000 to several schools in the Chicago area to help fund after-school programs.
“This isn’t about politics, this isn’t about posturing, this is about taking care of the kids,” he insisted, before adding, “Governor Rauner, do your job!”
Singer Chris Brown has been ordered to steer clear of Karrueche Tran’s best friend Joseph Ryan La Cour after her pal expressed fears for his safety.
The model and TV personality won a restraining order against the Loyal hitmaker last month after she filed court documents claiming he had threatened to kill her following the end of their four-year relationship, which she alleged was violent and abusive at times.
And, according to TMZ, she isn’t the only one concerned about the threat of violence from Chris – her friend Joseph has also sought out protection from the courts over fears the R&B star will harm him.
According to documents obtained by the outlet, La Cour claims Brown has been making hostile statements to him recently, threatening to “shoot the place up” if he finds Joseph and Karrueche out and about together. Joseph also alleges Chris sent out a group of men to beat him up.
And he addressed a specific incident that allegedly took place at hip hop mogul Diddy’s Super Bowl party last month, when Brown is accused of approaching him and stating, “it’s 2017… Ima f**k you up every time I see you so you better get the f**k out of here before I lay your a** out.”
At the same event, Joseph also accuses the Look at Me Now hitmaker of throwing a drink at one of his friends. The alleged harassment at Diddy’s party occurred just four days after Brown published an Instagram video in which he confessed to stalking women he falls in love with.
“Ladies, y’all be complaining about n**gas being, like, stalkers and in love with y’all, kinda crazy and s**t and you get tired of it,” he began, before revealing, “Well, guess what? I’m one of them n**gas!”
He then added, “If I love you, b**ch, ain’t nobody gonna have you. I’m gonna make you miserable (sic).”
Brown has been ordered to stay a football field’s length away from La Cour at all times, and the singer is also barred from harassing or making other contact with his former flame’s friend.
Rapper T.I. and his wife Tameka ‘Tiny’ Cottle are reportedly set to document their ongoing divorce proceedings on their reality TV show.
The former Xscape singer, 41, filed court papers aiming to end her six-year marriage to the 36-year-old hip hop superstar in December last year.
According to editors at TMZ.com, bosses at network VH1 were on the brink of canceling the estranged couple’s reality TV series T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle, after its fifth season ended last year.
TV insiders tell the gossip website that producers convinced network executives to order a new series following T.I. and Tiny’s attempts to co-parent their sons King, 12, Major Philant, eight, and 11-month-old daughter, Heiress.
Despite the ongoing divorce proceedings, the couple have remained on amicable terms, and were pictured having a family dinner in January.
According to TMZ, despite her desire to split from her husband of six years, Tiny is in no rush to finalize their separation.
The Queen Bey is adding to her hive!
Beyoncé announced in an Instagram post on Wednesday that she and her husband Jay-Zare expecting two new little ones.
“We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over,” the 35-year-old singer captioned a photo of herself cradling her sizeable belly.
“We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. – The Carters.”
Mariah Carey is reportedly working on a break-up anthem inspired by her 2016 broken engagement.
The singer is working on new music with rapper YG, according to his representative, and sources tell TMZ one track is all about her split from Australian businessman James Packer.
The song and its music video were reportedly recorded and filmed within 24 hours, and it is slated to appear on this weekend’s episode of the star’s E! docu-series Mariah’s World .
Carey and YG were also spotted leaving Los Angeles restaurant Catch recently when they both alluded to working together.
Mariah has been out of the spotlight for two weeks, after announcing a social media blackout following the drama surrounding her New Year’s Eve performance flub – she had to abandon a live, televised set in Times Square when the monitors in her ear stopped working.
Singer Chrisette Michele was upset she didn’t get a chance to shake Donald Trump’s hand at his inauguration last week (20Jan17) after all she went through to perform for America’s new leader.
The R&B star didn’t hesitate when she was asked to sing for Trump, and insists she was never going to back down, even after criticism from the African-American community prompted Jennifer Holliday to drop out of the inauguration.
“After seeing what happened to Jennifer Holliday, I literally turned my phone off because I knew if I was going to make any type of decision, I couldn’t be swayed left or right by what anybody thought,” the defiant young star tells Billboard. “I had to just go with my own convictions.”
Chrisette, who also changed her phone number, insists the Trump gig was a big deal for her, because she wanted to make a stand for black women.
“The first thing I thought was that I have an opportunity to get in front of these people who don’t seem to understand who they’re talking to and show them what we look like,” she says. “I felt automatically committed to making sure that I stood up for the women who’ve felt disrespected and the minorities who felt disrespected, communities that felt that they weren’t being heard or understood.”
But she didn’t get a chance to meet the new U.S. leader because her performance schedule was changed at the last minute.
“Originally I was supposed to perform directly after his first speech, and I had done that with Barack Obama before, so I was used to that kind of experience,” she continues. “The woman who organized the event came and told me, ‘Now you’re going to go first and he’s going to go after you’.
“I looked her in the eye and said, ‘My family has disowned me. If you decide to Google me, you’ll see that America is writing about me in their newspapers. I’m the black poster child for discord right now, and he’s not going to shake my hand?’”