We're not sure WHY these people are famous, but we are definitely here for the drama!
Allow us to give you a play-by-play...
See the ego blows (below)!
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It's no secret that celebrities sometimes say things that they don't mean, and sometimes the media takes a quote out of context and runs with it.
Just ask Miley Cyrus about her Nicki Minaj beef.
Seeing as that's a pretty inflammatory accusation, the 37-year-old definitely felt she need to clear the air. We couldn't agree more that there's nothing worse than being falsely labeled a Trump endorser. LOLz!
Foxy, who's real name is Inga Marchand, did an interview with the Daily News that she claims was supposed to be about her receiving "a historic key to [her] hometown in Brooklyn."
However, what the article ended up doing was call out Miz Brown as a lifelong Democrat and claim she was endorsing Donald because she said she was giving "a big shout out to the billionaire presidential front-runner." During the interview the rapper said:
Can’t our ladiez of hip hop just get along?
Or so that’s how it seemed!
Check out the vid (above) of Erykah switching up Nicki’s Beez In The Trap, during Brooklyn’s Afro Punk Festival this past weekend!
Dayum, that takes a lot of nerve to diss one of NYC’s own at a festival in the city!
However, take some deep breaths, Barbz!
Erykah later tweeted:
Last night, Nicki Minaj gave her Barbz the show of a lifetime, when she took the stage at the Roseland Ballroom in NYC!
Check out the epic performance (above) of the ladies rapping to Foxy’s Oh Yeah!!!
Seems Mz. Brown made an exception to her rule of not f*cking with rap b*tches, because she and Nicki are basically bestiez — especially after last night!
Nice to see Nicki pay homage to female rappers like
Lil’ Kim Foxy and Lauryn Hill who helped pave the way for her career!
Foxy also announced her return…wonder if she'll get brought onto the Young Money crew?!
A hundred mothaf**kas can’t tell her nothin'!
After quite the cray cray turn of events at last night’s Hot 97 Summer Jam in NYC, fans were disappointed as Nicki Minaj failed to take the stage!
Though originally scheduled to perform, Nicki’s set was pulled last minute by her big Young Money boss, Lil Wayne, after a DJ flat out DISSED Nicki’s Starships!
At the beginning of the event, DJ Peter Rosenberg blasted:
Oh girl. Doesn't it say something about you that even though this story isn't true, we had no problem believing it? Think about that.
Last night, Foxy Brown was on the Inside Edition to clear her name over the recent report that she was booted from a cruise ship for "freaking out" on the ship's manicurist.
Check out the video (above) to hear Foxy's version of the story and insist that she had no part in spreading this blatantly attention-seeking rumor.
Yeah, right. We've heard it all before, girl.
Sources says Foxy was "removed from the salon," and kept under supervision until she was forced to leave the ship when they docked at the Cayman Islands.
Oh Foxy…when will you learn???
Do U think Foxy was in the wrong? Or is it the manicurist's fault for not waiting three hours for her to show up? Ha!
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Wow! She really hits the nail right on the head with this one!
Foxy Brown recently gave her opinion on the feud between Lil' Kim and Nicki Minaj, and claims that although the new rapper has been compared to her, as well, she doesn't have any beef with her, and thinks that Kim shouldn't, either!
"Nicki has always been cool with me. She and I have something online I did for her — it was a video shoot with Lil' Wayne and Rick Ross, she wasn't signed yet. And she was like, 'Foxy is the first female artist who ever embraced me.' She was classy; she was articulate. I'm so proud of her. Of course, people everywhere clearly are saying, 'She wants to be Foxy, she wants to be Kim.' Everybody's going to say that. But do I think she's doing an incredible job at branding herself? Yes, I do. When you're an icon in the music business…like Mary J. Blige. Keyshia Cole came out after her, you didn't hear Mary J. Blige starting a beef with her just because they compared her. Mary J. Blige stayed clean. She does what she does, and I do what I do. Had Lil' Kim let the people say, 'Oh, you're trying to be Kim, you're a fake Kim,' then it doesn't come directly from her. But when you're using that as a platform to bring your new album out, that's like, 'Oh my God, wait a minute.' I don't condone it at all; I don't think it's cute. Nicki clearly drew from both Kim and me. And she hasn't been disrespectful to me in any way — I haven't heard her be disrespectful toward anybody else but Kim. And at some point, it's like, 'O.K., Kim, you've had a problem with Foxy, you've had a problem with Nicki, you've had a problem with Faith, with Charli, with everybody. It's like, enough already.' I choose to stay out of it. Put out great music, and that's that."
Say it, sister!
While Nicki has definitely been influenced by Lil' Kim and Foxy, she's going in her own direction! We would like to think that everyone could be as mature about the matter as Brown is, and just be proud of the fact that they paved the way for female rappers with their success!
No need for sour grapes!
What do U think?? Do U agree with Foxy??
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