|Posted by Admin on February 15, 2019 at 7:20 AM||comments (0)|
First they tease, then they please... Cardi B and Bruno Mars pack a 1-2 punch on the sexy new collaboration “Please Me.”
Produced by Mars and the Stereotypes, the new song dropped at midnight across digital music services. We knew it was coming, but everything else was kept a closely-guarded secret until the big reveal.
Cardi has a lot to be pleased about. Earlier this week, the Bronx rapper took out the best rap album Grammy for her chart-topping, double platinum certified Invasion Of Privacy.
“Please Me” has a mid-tempo retro groove. And, this should come as no surprise, it’s full of sex appeal.
Read More athttps://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/8498595/cardi-b-bruno-mars-please-me" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"> Billboard
|Posted by Admin on February 13, 2019 at 3:15 PM||comments (0)|
Jussie Smollett has some strong words for anybody who doubts he was the victim of a hate crime in Chicago last month.
The Empire actor tells Robin Roberts at Good Morning America in an advance preview of his upcoming interview that he’s “pissed off” by suggestions that he might not have been truthful in his police report.
“What is it that has you so angry? Is it the…attackers?” Roberts asked.
“Attackers, but it’s also the attacks,” Smollett replied. “It’s like, you know, at first, it was a thing of, like, ‘Listen, if I tell the truth then that’s it, ’cause it’s the truth.’ Then it became a thing of like, ‘Oh, how can you doubt that? Like, how do you — how do you not believe that? It’s the truth.’ And then it became a thing of like, ‘Oh, it’s not necessarily that you don’t believe that this is the truth, you don’t even want to see the truth.'”
Read More at EW
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|Posted by Admin on February 12, 2019 at 1:30 PM||comments (0)|
After several celebrities and brands are pulling their support from fashion house Gucci amidst blackface controversy, Katy Perry's fashion line is also removing items from her shoe collection many would also deem questionable.
According to TMZ, the pop star, whose shoe collection is available for purchase at Dillard's and Walmart, is making the decision to pull her "face shoes" from shelves. They are pretty self-explanatory: the shoe, which comes in both black and white, features a face on the front. As you can gather, the black one resembles blackface pretty closely.
"Sources connected to Katy tell us these specific shoes are just part of an entire line of shoes she's designed and released ... and they were never intended to be offensive," TMZ reports. "However, we're told, "In order to be respectful and sensitive the team is in the process of pulling the shoes."
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