The reported fight between the rap stars took place outside of the Sands Expo &Convention Center in Las Vegas at the time the shot was fired. No one was injured but an arrest was made.
While the Kingston and the three members of Migos: Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, were not identified as suspects in the case, Billboard reports that 28 year-old Mioses Johnson is facing charges of "felony assault with a weapon and carrying a firearm without a permit", as well as a misdemeanor charge for the alleged discharge of a gun where persons may be endangered. Read morehere.
"I bowed out of this Soulja Boy fight, I'ma tell you why, it was a legit thing, on a positive scale. All the wrong people got in the way, the middle men got in the way, the "hommies," so to speak, got in the way cause they wanted to get a piece of the pie."
"Ain't no n—- ain't never gonna hold me up," he continued. "So however everything goes, this is how we gonna rock, he gonna see me, he gonna see me." Read morehere.
The former Destiny's Child star was scheduled to be one of the headliners at this year's duel weekend event on April 14th, 15th and 16th and April 21st, 22nd and 23rd in Indio, Ca.
But organizers posted the following update on their Facebook page, "Following the advice of her doctors to keep a less rigorous schedule in the coming months, Beyoncé has made the decision to forgo performing at the 2017 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival.
"However, Goldenvoice and Parkwood are pleased to confirm that she will be a headliner at the 2018 festival. Thank you for your understanding. Stay tuned for more information." See the posthere.
Midway through the song Michael appeared on the video screen behind Martin and the two traded verses and sang the chorus together. The song was released by Michael in 2014 on his Symphonica album.
Coldplay singer Chris Martin duets with recording of George Michael and brings the crowd to tears. #BRITs2017 https://t.co/Ebo8OXqv2h— Yahoo Celebrity UK (@YahooCelebUK) February 22, 2017 Watch a cliphere.
The comedian denied the claims and his reps filed a $5 million defamation lawsuit that described O'Connor as a "desperate, attention-seeker … now known perhaps as much for her bizarre, unhinged internet rants as for her music," reports TMZ.
In response, O'Connor wrote another inflammatory post: "I do not like drugs killing musicians. And I do not like Arsenio Hall. He can suck my d—. That is if he isn't too busy sucking someone else's d—." she wrote.
Now, almost a year later, she has retracted her statements. Read her new commentshere.
As artists typically perform on the program while promoting new projects, it has lead to speculation that new music from the New Zealand singer is imminent and timed to appearance.
Rumors had set a March 7th release date for Lorde's new album, and that's looking more likely given this new intel. Her debut studio album Pure Heroine was released back in September of 2013. Read morehere.
Directed by Dano Cerny, "Bambi" features cameos by actress Megalyn Echikunwoke (CSI: Miami) and Jay Ellis (Insecure). Echikunwoke plays the song's titular character, who is bound to marry someone else. As Jidenna runs throughout the streets to stop her wedding, he recalls flashbacks of their time together. He stops outside a corner store to sip from his flask, and sees a memory faintly appear in the window.
But no matter how fast he runs, Jidenna makes it to the church too late: Bambi and her husband (played by Ellis) are leaving for their honeymoon. The normally polished Jidenna looks haggard as he lunges to get to Bambi, but the groomsmen keep him at bay and she escapes into the sunset with her new husband. Watch the videohere.
Billboard revealed in early February how Knight's phone and visitor privileges had been taken away after a sheriff requested restricting his jail privileges. Now, his son Suge Jacob Knight has spoken up about his father's mistreatment.
"Im grateful to see my dad this morning, but it hurt me to see him get neglected right infront of my face. Im distugsted [sic] that these people take an oath to serve justice but do the exact opposite," Suge Jacob wrote in an Instagram post.
"I havent seen or heard this mans voice in two years! When we will they view him as a human? How come the man who turned himeslef [sic] in on a "Hit and Run" case (Which is really a Self Defense Case) gets mistreated more than the Rapist or a serial killer?" Read morehere.
Earlier this week, Future confirmed the rumors about his new, 17-track album and iTunes is already taking pre-orders. Future celebrated his achievements by performing "Draco" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
The song comes from Future, the successor to 2016's Evol, which looks likely to debut at the top of the Billboard album chart. That would mark Future's fourth number one album in a row.
Both Future and HNDRXX were produced by DJ Esco, who appeared with Future during the TV performance. An official video for "Draco" is forthcoming. Watch the Fallon performancehere.
"Rihanna has charitably built a state-of-the-art center for oncology and nuclear medicine to diagnose and treat breast cancer at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown, Barbados," he said.
"She has also created the Clara Lionel Foundation Scholarship for students attending college in the U.S. from Caribbean countries, and supports the Global Partnership for Education and Global Citizen Project, a multiyear campaign that will provide children with access to education in over 60 developing countries, giving priority to girls and those affected by lack of access to education in the world today." Read morehere.
It's not the first time young Isaiah's singing chops have been featured in Carrie's feed, back in September she shared audio of the two dueting on her song "Heartbeat."
Check out the sweet videohere.
Now, Ave has taken fans behind the scenes of his ordeal, sharing an Instagram video with footage from inside the blood-stained Maserati where the shooting took place.
"Blood in tha Foreign!" he wrote. "some is mine, most is Jesus' I'm blessed so Ima bless y'all wit a new mixtape #DopeBoyTroyVolume1 u Ready?" Ave tells another man in the video that he'd only driven the car a handful of times, and he considered it a "trophy." The rapper scored a legal victory this month when a judge ruled he could still tour under the conditions of his bail. He faces charges for attempted murder and weapons possession following a different shooting at a T.I. concert last May. Watch the videohere.
"All you have to do is stay/ A minute/ Just take your time/ The clock is ticking/ So stay/ All you have to do is wait/ A second/ Your hands on mine/ The clock is ticking/ So stay," Cara sings.
With minimal instrumental production, her voice holds front and center while auto-tuned backup vocals give the harmonic combination an electronic effect. Check out the new collaborative trackhere.
"Since 1996, 21-time GRAMMY award winner, Shawn 'Jay Z' Carter has dominated an evolution in popular culture," reads a recent statement from Hall. "With more than 100 million records sold he is one of the best-selling musicians of all time. Also a powerful entrepreneur across the music/entertainment, fashion and sports industries, Jay Z personifies the 'American Dream.'"
In a rare tweet, Hova acknowledged the honor. "This is a win for US," he wrote. "I remember when rap was said to be a fad. We are now alongside some of the greatest writers in history." Read morehere.
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