DJ Akedemiks asked Takeoff why he didn't have a verse on Migos' hit single "Bad and Boujee." His choice of words was questionable though since he called the situation a 'running joke.'
The rapper shot back, "You said I'm left off 'Bad and Boujee.' Does it look like I'm left off 'Bad and Boujee?'" The situation escalated since the question and answer was repeated. then, Akademiks tried to bring down the tension level by explaining that the group worked so well as a unit that it doesn't sound like he's not on the track.
That answer wasn't good enough for Migos. Joe Budden tried to cool everyone off by saying, "Alright, we gotta wrap this up though." Altercation averted? Nope. Akademiks wrapped up the segment politely enough, calling Migos one his "favorite groups," then the shoving began. Both sides stepped in to join in before security broke everything up. No one was injured or arrested. Watch the Q&A segment and the conflicthere.
At the premiere of HBO's The Defiant Ones, which chronicles the relationship between Dre and producer Jimmy Iovine, Xzibit sent a clear message to the legendary MC's haters.
"These people dissing Dr. Dre, they need to get off their cell phones for about a week and come back to reality," said Xzibit. "They have no idea. Do what he did and then talk to me."
Asked what he misses about previous generations of hip-hop, Xzibit said "the diversity." "I miss the willingness to go your own path and be original," he said. "A lot of what we see today is regurgitated. People are literally naming themselves after each other -- just changing a couple letters. It's exacerbating. As a creative, you want to see things elevate, not digress." Read morehere.
Speaking about the new track, Michael "Fitz" Fitzpatrick remarked, "My mama always said wear fresh underwear for the summer. Here's our fresh summer jam just for you!"
The band's Deluxe Edition arrives July 28 and features a number of bonus tracks and previously unreleased live records. The new track comes accompanied by a goofy music video. Check it outhere.
The teaser was filmed on a smartphone (tweet notifications pop up throughout) and the quality is low, but fans can hear a snippet of the song and some of the visuals Kesha has planned for her next act. The artist is pictured cruising down the highway in a convertible singing about her strength.
'I do what I want/ Say what you say/ I work real hard every day," she sings. 'I'm a motherf' woman, baby, alright/ I don't need a man to be holding me too tight." Watch the previewhere.
A strange dark patch seems to be missing from her waist. J-Lo wasn't having it: 'Omg'Just a smudge on the mirror'lol'not photoshop," she wrote, along with the hashtags: #lordblessthehaters #gymrat #youshouldtryit #wishtherewasphotoshopforhaters.
Lord bless the haters. Undeterred by the Photoshop accusations, Lopez recently enjoyed a French "baecation" with her current bae Alex Rodriguez. See the original photohere.
Shawn Mendes had the following to say, "I really wanted to make a video for this song that represents the spirit of adventure. It felt like there was no better place for that than to shoot throughout different beautiful cities and landscapes in Europe.
"The song is about following someone that you love to the world's end, and making decisions you wouldn't ever have thought you would, because of someone you're just that enamored with. We wanted to put a story together that shows this relationship between a guy and a girl and their travels together, in the purest way possible." Watch the videohere.
It also features Nichols' interpretation of Sir Mix-A-Lot's 'Baby Got Back," a long time fan favorite. The four-time GRAMMY nominee is currently on tour throughout the summer months.
Nichols is previewing the new effort with the release of an online stream of the title track and is currently on the road for a North American summer tour. Listen to the song and see the dateshere.
The former Fifth Harmony singer showed off her fun side and vocal chops during the game, singing out hilarious fan tweets to the tune of classic summer hits.
One of these funniest was a rendition of TLC's "Waterfalls" with the new lyrics, "Don't go chasing ice cream trucks/ Just stick to the popsicles and shakes that you're used to." Check out the videohere.
True '80s fans know this song appearing in the hit film Flashdance, during a scene when actress Jennifer Beals conducts a seriously strenuous dance training exercise in her converted warehouse.
Watch both the brand new hilarious video followed by the movie scene that made the song famous via its original music video back in the dayhere.
They were held at UCLA Medical Center because they were born prematurely (twins often arrive early). The family has not yet confirmed the twins' gender, but TMZ reports that Blue Ivy now has a new little baby brother and sister.
A real-estate source recently confirmed to People that the famous family is renting a 10-bedroom, 14-bath villa in Malibu for a shocking $400,000 a month for the summer. Read morehere.