Look at this unbelievable interchange (below), starting with The Donald's initial tweet:
Music Minute News Archive
Whoa! Nicki Minaj Is The Subject Of Remy Ma's VICIOUS New Diss Track ShETHER! Listen To It — And See How Nicki Clapped Back — HERE!
Tell us how you really feel, Remy Ma!!!
The rapper just dropped a brand new diss track, and pretty much the only target of the diss?
The Internet had been abuzz on Friday with speculation that something like this might be coming, after Minaj was thought to have taken some shots at Remy Ma in recent work — and now, well, here we are!!!
The track is called Shether, and Remy Ma did NOT hold back in it, with lyrics that include "fuck Nicki Minaj," and the following line:
Lionel Richie Postpones Joint Tour With Mariah Carey Due To Knee Surgery Complications — But Are Weak Ticket Sales Truly To Blame?
If it's Lionel Richie you're looking for, you'll have to keep looking.
Because the music icon just postponed his joint tour with Mariah Carey!
According to TMZ, the 67-year-old is still recovering from a surgery he underwent last month to address a preexisting knee problem.
Apparently, there were complications with the procedure and the injury did not heal correctly, so the Hello singer had to push his tour back to give himself more time to recover.
Lionel and Mimi were scheduled to kick off their All The Hits tour in Baltimore on March 15 — playing 35 shows, including Chicago, New York, Boston, Detroit and LA.
That delay might not be so bad considering sales were reportedly tanking, with Ticketmaster even offering a "buy one, get one free" promotion for the shows.
Could the poor sales be the real reason the show was postponed? Hmm…
Either way, we hope the music legend makes a full recovery in time for his tour, which is being rescheduled for the summer.
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Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, & Blake Shelton Deliver An EPIC Acoustic Cover Of TLC's Waterfalls For The Voice — Watch!
The Voice coaches never sounded so in tune!
For the past 11 seasons, the NBC singing competition brought on a revolving door of superstar coaches — but season twelve's cast seems to be the most harmonious assembly yet.
And, yes, we mean that literally!
On Friday, the hit show dropped a clip of Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Alicia Keys, and Blake Shelton gathering for an acoustic performance of TLC's Waterfalls — and we never saw a better energy between the four powers that be!
We see you holding down Left Eye's rap, Alicia and Gwen!
If this is any evidence, season 12 will blow all others right out of the water. Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
Earmuffs, Kiddos! Camila Cabello & Machine Gun Kelly Tapped To Perform Bad Things At The 2017 Kids' Choice Awards!
We're sorry, WHAT??
While we have nothing against the popular duet, we do feel like a song about two lovers having raunchy, passionate sex isn't really on brand for the Nickelodeon awards show. Like, c'mon!
In case you need a refresher about the lyrics for Bad Things, here's a taste of what the song is about:
As expected, Future released his sixth studio album, HNDRXX, on Friday — just one week after unveiling his self-titled Future project.
We mean, the 33-year-old STARTS the first song on the album, entitled My Collection, with the lyrics:
This is some smurfin' goooood smurf!
On Friday, the songstress dropped her latest track I'm A Lady, which will be featured in the upcoming film Smurfs: The Lost Village.
Our feelings about another Smurf sequel aside, M.Train kills this hot new track with her signature empowering sass — even Smurfette could get down to this smurf!
Take a listen to the new single (below) — and catch Smurfs: The Lost Village in theaters April 7!
Mariah Carey is on fire!!!!!
The diva paid tribute to George Michael at the Dubai Jazz Festival by performing her cover of the late music icon's ballad One More Try!
Mimi's vocals were put to work during the Thursday concert, which featured her first live performance of Michael's iconic tune since covering it on her 2013 album Me. I am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse.
Before she belted out the song, the singer was feeling some emotions explaining she originally remade the track "in honor of someone I really admire."