This is really sad to hear.
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There's no way this is true…
The rapper claims that what you see in that vid is the real deal — that the naked celebs are actually… celebs?! There's no way!
HOLY CRAP! What the hell did we just watch?!
On Friday, Kanye West premiered his latest music video Famous at The Forum in CA, and this is bound to ruffle a few feathers, TO SAY THE LEAST!
As you may know, the song is controversial because he bashes Taylor Swift by rapping the lyrics, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that bitch famous." Not surprisingly, Yeezy totally played off the controversy!
The clip features him and wife Kim Kardashian in bed with several famous and NAKED faces. While we're pretty sure Amber Rose and Caitlyn Jenner are real, the clip also features possible body doubles for George W. Bush, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Ray J, Bill Cosby, and yes, TAYLOR FREAKIN' SWIFT!
Talk about strange bedfellows!
All we know is that TayTay is NOT going to be happy about this!
Kanye's NSFW music video has been pulled from the web, but check out some REALLY hot screenshots (below)!
UPDATE 4:35 EST: Mike G's attorney, Patty Glaser, released the following statement, "We did everything we could to resolve this in a non-public way to avoid damage to Chris Brown. Regrettably, as outlined in our complaint, Chris Brown has proven to be his own worst enemy. We've seen Chris Brown's Instagram post. It's a pathetic reaction to the lawsuit. There is no truth to his claim and Brown knows it. We'll amend our complaint to add claims for defamation."
Chris Brown's landed himself in another legal mess.
On Thursday, it was reported that the Loyal singer is being sued by his manager Mike G for allegedly beating him up badly enough to go to the ER. Yikes!
Reportedly, Mr. G was hired in 2012 to help rehabilitate C.Breezy's image following the Rihanna scandal, as well as help the No Air artist get out of debt and off of drugs. The industry executive claims he successfully worked with Chris up until last month, when Brown supposedly brought Mike into a room and repeatedly punched him in the face and neck. Whoa.
To make matters worse, the lawsuit states Chris chose to brag about the beating and make fun of Mike online rather than apologize for the incident. Apparently, the controversial celeb began telling his tour staff that if they got out of line he'd beat them like he did his manager.
Mike also claims Chris' violent outburst was caused by drugs and adds he is afraid of revenge from his former client's "gang member" friends. Still, it seems that Chris is refuting these accusations as he's since taken to Instagram to accuse Mike G of stealing from him.
Well turns out, authorities have reason to believe all of the robberies may be connected! Yikes!
In the cases of these four celebs (who run in the same circle for the most part), the robbers seemed to know their traveling schedules and exactly where the jewelry and cash were stored.
The worst part? There aren't any suspects and cops fear this is just the beginning!
L.A. County Sheriff's Dept. has put other celeb-heavy divisions on alert.
Stay safe, people!
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Oops — but looking at it another way, this could have been worse!
Chris Brown was stopped by cops in The Netherlands on Saturday, pulled over when he and his crew were busted for riding brand new dirt bikes without license plates.
Breezy and the crew were taken down to the police station to pay a small fine, so it wasn't that big of a deal, but you can see from his Instagram account that he went through the ringer just to pay off the fine.
Ch-ch-check out all of his video updates from Amsterdam (below)!
The tatt is seemingly inspired by a photo previously posted of his little tot cheekily sticking out her tongue.
In the since-deleted post, the R&B singer reveals the unfinished product of a tattoo done by a Spain-based artist at Exotic Tattoo Murcia named Fred (above). C.B. penned:
"Not finished but we workin…"
Fred also took to his own page to show Breezy in the tattoo chair as he carefully recreates the image of the toddler on his back:
Another fight, another day.
Over the weekend, it was revealed that a man named Malek Mokrani accused Chris Brown of stepping on his head and assaulting him during a concert in Cannes, France on May 18. Oh no!
Not to mention, TMZ has obtained footage of the entire unfortunate incident going down. Eek!
Well, C.Breezy did NOT appreciate this bit of news as he took to Instagram to clap back at all of the drama AND to explain his side of the story. In a post, that has since been deleted, the Loyal singer dished: