It was her ex Chris Brown, however, who is making headlines for his side eye-emoji comment he left on one of her photos on Instagram. Fans are far from happy about this comment, and have told the rapper to "stay away" or "leave" Rihanna alone in varying degrees of severity.
This anger quickly spilled over to Twitter, where fans have been raging over his comment, with many bringing up his 2009 assault of the singer and subsequent restraining order.
Some fans used humor to voice their displeasure, writing "chris brown needs to cease and desist," while other preferred a more straightforward message of "Chris brown just leave her alone my guy." Check out the posts and some of the best fan reactionshere.
The song, which had previously leaked, is softer than what Wayne fans might be used too, as the rapper provides some melodic vocals and bars over the catchy new tune.
In the track, Wayne speaks about all the aspects of his life that make him "like a man," such as when he raps, "I got all these hoes, all these woes, like a man/ I rock all these shows 'round the globe, like a man/ I ride for all my bros, that's who drove/ All my haters play your role, Gladiator, Russell Crowe."
Listen to "Like A Man" below: Read morehere.
During a backstage interview with Live 101.5, Ed teased that his performance will be a collaborative one. "I am playing at the VMAs," he told the hosts of The Morning Mess, "but I am playing with someone."
"It's not Beyonce," Ed told the morning show team, much to their disappointment. "But it is one that, when it was broached to me, I was like 'Oh, that would actually be really interesting.' It's the least likely person in the world you would think that I'd be doing a song with at the VMAs." Read morehere.
Jackson has been hard at work perfecting the stagecraft and shared a photo from a dance rehearsal on Twitter. 'Hey u guys. I'm so excited for the State of the World Tour," she wrote. 'We r in rehearsal mode. See u guys in 1 month!"
The upcoming incarnation of the tour fills the void of the Unbreakable tour, which Jackson canceled last year due to her pregnancy. Her State of the World dates run on through the end of 2017, with stops, including Brooklyn's Barclays Center and L.A.'s Hollywood Bowl. See Janet's behind-the-scenes photohere.
The singer recently released 'Malibu" and 'Inspired." When asked recently about her forthcoming album she said, "All the songs are very different' It's not really a country record, but I think I'm kind of embracing my roots more than I've been able to do."
This latest will be the follow-up to her 2013's Bangerz release. Cyrus performed another new track, "Inspired," at Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert earlier this summer. Read morehere.
"I'm going to go back to making this new album in Toronto, just for you," Drizzy told fans from a set modeled after the cover of his 2016 album Views, which depicts the CN Tower.
Drake's new album will be the follow-up to his "More Life" released, which came out back in March. Check out some posts from Drake's OVO Fest sethere.
That new music should be available sooner than they think, according to Taste of Country. During an interview at WE Fest in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, Bryan let it slip that he would be recording vocals on Monday, Aug. 7th,
He also revealed that most of the tracks for the next album are already settle but he did not, however, give fans any sneak peaks during his performance at the annual event. Read morehere.
An exclusive peek into her foreword reveals Beyonce wrote, "Truth be told, the word 'icon' only scratches the surface of what Prince was and what he remains to me."
The Prince: A Private View book is scheduled to be published on October 17th and will feature photos and captions that reflect Prince's life and friendships. Read morehere.
Sack 1 - the first leg of the fall trek is set to include dates across the east coast, including stops in Boston, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Detroit, Cleveland and more.
The run of dates kicks off September 2 at the North Coast Music Festival in Chicago, IL and includes a stop at The Meadows Music And Arts Festival on September 16. The Daddy Fat Saxxx Tour will continue with a second leg, Sack 2, in the works coming to a city near you. See the dateshere.
The project is currently untitled, but it also stars Timothee Chalamet (Call Me by Your Name) and Elle Fanning (The Beguiled) and will be released by Amazon Studios.
Gomez began her career in earnest as a young actor on Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place and has appeared in numerous films since including the recent releases The Fundamentals of Caring, and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. Read morehere.
Biggie: The Life of the Notorious B.I.G. is the first authorized retelling of the Biggie Smalls story and director Mark Ford called on some of rap's biggest names.
In a new trailer, Jay and Nas rap a few bars from "Who Shot Ya?" the B-side from Biggie's "Big Poppa" single. "I can hear the sweat trickling down your cheek," Jay begins. "Heartbeat sound like Sasquatch feet," Nas continues.
Biggie: The Life of the Notorious B.I.G., which premieres September 4 on A&E, promises to be a "personal and revealing" look inside the life and death of one of rap's most influential pioneers. In addition to interviews with Nas and Jay, the doc features discussions with Biggie's widow Faith Evans and his mother Voletta Wallace. Watch the trailer for the documentaryhere.
Funny enough I came up with the title "Carpe the DM's" before the song was even made. I was with my management at a Shake Shack and one of them using Tindr at the time. We were just giving him sh*t about his dating life when I randomly said, "you just gotta Carpe those DM's bro." We all laughed and then realized, "holy sh*t this a great song title." We kept talking about how we wanted to make fun of internet culture, online dating culture, club culture and how perfectly the phrase "Carpe the DM's" is for it. So like that we had a theme for the song. After I wrote the song I joined up with Sisterwife who helped take it to the next level. Her lyrics are based on real drunken texts and watching drunk girls fall over at the club.
With the music video we came up with idea that I was gonna be stuck in an infomercial nightmare because that's basically what reality we all live in now. If you search thing on google you suddenly get ads for it everywhere. So we really played off of the idea that we are constantly getting sold useless sh*t that's supposed to make us feel better. Except if we don't buy the sh*t, it's gonna kill us.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourselfright here!
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