Still shocked from Erin Moran's death late last night.
She was just 56 years old.
We aren't sure if you gathered this from Trapped In The Closet parts 1 through 47,000, but R. Kelly is not one to be f*cked with.
Well, the songsmith is now telling everyone to hold it!
On Thursday, the singer took to Twitter to flush the notion of performing for the racist Republican, posting:
We guess it just went over everyone's heads…
Apparently, Sofia's comment was just a joke very few people were in on as Alexander AND Sofia both took to IG to clear the air and reveal their is no beef!
The designer shared a pic of what looks like the two playfully wrestling, saying:
We did not know these two had bad blood! What a random beef!
But receipts don't lie, and it looks like Sofia Richie is definitely not a fan of Alexander Wang.
Check it out (below)!
Last week, it was reported that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke clapped back hard at that Blurred Lines lawsuit — appealing the verdict that they committed copyright infringement against Marvin Gaye's Got to Give It Up.
Throughout the drawn out court battle, the singers expressed the sentiment that paying homage to an earlier era and making a song reminiscent of a sound shouldn't fall under copyright infringement.
And it looks like a TON of musicians agree — because 212 artists, composers, and producers have filed a brief with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of the bid by Williams, Thicke, and T.I. to overturn the decision.
Musicians from all corners of the industry have banded together to support the appeal, claiming that the Blurred Lines creators deserve victory on grounds that the court's ruling will set a precedent that will "stifle creativity" and "impede the creative process."
Among those who threw their names in the ring are the members of Train, Linkin Park, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Black Crowes, Fall Out Boy, as well as Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, Hall & Oates' John Oates, R. Kelly, Hans Zimmer, Jennifer Hudson, Jean Baptiste, Evan Bogart and Brian Burton (Danger Mouse).
The artist's brief, penned by entertainment attorney Ed McPherson, states:
Well, R. Kelly clearly has a type.
According to reports, the 49-year-old has struck up a romance with 19-year-old model and student Halle Calhoun. Considering the rapper was once accused of having inappropriate relations with a 15-year-old and other minors, the large age-gap has piqued the interest of the media and fans.
Over the weekend, the Ignition singer essentially confirmed his alleged relationship when he took Ms. Calhoun out on the town in Atlanta. The two caused quite a stir at a popular night club and sources say the two were inseparable the entire night.
Similarly to R.K., Halle has been just as showy with their budding romance. The hottie regularly posts pics of her man aka "Kells" to social media.
Check out one of Halle's snaps (below)!
Another day, another Kanye West rant.
In a new interview with BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac airing Monday evening, the 39-year-old discussed a wide array of topics including (but not limited to): why Kim Kardashian West won't cook him greens, his declaration to run for POTUS, and his desire to create minimalist furniture for Ikea.
We've all seen his KUWTK wife's snaps as she prepares "Soul Food Sundays," but one thing she didn't cook herself? Greens.
Her husband revealed:
"When my wife cooks for me I will always ask for greens and she never wants to cook the greens because they take three hours to cook."
Oh?! Ain't nobody got time for that — especially Kimmy K!
The Famous rapper also chatted about his desire to dabble in the world of furniture design: