We were so waiting for this!
Elaborating on her pro-Ye stance, the beauty explained:
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We hope we're that fierce at their age!
That's because her music video for I Mean Something is as weird and wacky as it is catchy!
The Canadian singer teamed up with Feist for the song, but utilized even more talent for the vid itself.
We're talking everyone from comedians like Margaret Cho to legends in the world of burlesque like Kitten Nativdad and Satans Angel!
Ch-ch-check out what Peaches is all about with the video to I Mean Something (above)!!!
Margaret Cho got really real on Thursday night during a Twitter conversation about her former life as a sex worker.
In a heartbreaking interview with Billboard Magazine last month, the comedienne revealed she was sexually abused as a child and bullied by her classmates. Between the ages of five and 12, the 46-year-old said she was molested by a close family friend — and then again later throughout her teenage years.
In the series of tweets this week, Cho defended her past working in the sex industry:
"Sex work is simply work. For me it was honest work. I was a sex worker when I was young. It was hard but well paid. There's no shame in it.
The outspoken comic — who filed for divorce from her husband of 11 years in August — was asked by a fan if her experience as a sex worker made it difficult to be in relationships, to which she responded:
On Monday, the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda penned an open letter to executive producer Lorne Michaels, asking him to cancel the GOP frontrunner's November 7 episode of the late night variety show!
The group wrote in a letter sent to Michaels and NBC CEO Steve Burke:
"We are appalled that you would enable Trump's hateful speech for nothing (more) than a ratings ploy and ask that you rescind the SNL invitation."
But Hispanic activists aren't the only ones upset about the former Apprentice star's upcoming stint as host!
Margaret Cho is also blasting producers for Trump's invitation and for the lack of Asian-American representation in the show's long running history! She said:
Margaret Cho loves to sing about her pussy! And we can't blame her!
The comedian released My Puss in 2006.
Now, she has just dropped Fat Pussy.
Whereas My Puss was an answer track to Mickey Avalon's My Dick, this new song is lighter on the humor and shock and stronger on the melody and straight-up-goodness!
This is really good!!!
Nothing better, nothing better than THIS!
Check out Fat Pussy above!
We can't say she didn't have it coming!
Last night's Fashion Police was a bit more anticipated than previous episodes as it was the show's return after a multi month hiatus that saw Melissa Rivers, daughter of the Joan Rivers, take her mother's set on the panel.
But that was soon forgotten about as one of the guest panelists, Margaret Cho, stole the spotlight.
Everyone was playing it pretty safe with what they said seeing as how Giuliana Rancic's racially insensitive comments on Zendaya's dreadlocks at the Oscars blew up and resulted in Kathy Griffin as well as Kelly Osbourne leaving the show and lead to the show's hiatus.
But Cho wasn't going to let that get in the way of a good old jab at the host! On the show, Cho was talking a bit about Miley Cyrus when she said: