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Wiz Khalifa Covers Adele — With A Weed-Themed Freestyle Called Hella Os!

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Wiz, we all know she doesn't smoke anymore!

Adele is one of those celebrities you just can't escape, just ask Wiz Khalifa.

While chatting with Power 106 Los Angeles on Tuesday, the 28-year-old rapper's freestyle abilities were questioned, with the hosts asking if he could really improv over any beat.

Video: Adele Raps Nicki Minaj's Monster Verse With James Corden

Naturally, they set him up to fail by forcing him to riff off Adele's iconic Hello… but he actually did it and did it really well.

In fact, we think his weed-themed version of the ballad is downright HIGHlarious.

Ch-ch-check out Wiz's latest musical masterpiece Hella Os (below)!!!

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This Stinks! Manufacturer Sues Jay Z Over His Fragrance Sales!

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His Gold Jay Z line hasn't been selling well at all.

Parlux Fragrances says their business stinks thanks to Jay Z!

The scent manufacturer is suing the music mogul, claiming the 46-year-old didn't really try to push their product like he promised.

The hitmaker had a licensing agreement with the company, in which he allowed Parlux to use his name and image for the 2013 cologne line Gold Jay Z.

Related: Tidal Charges Credit Cards Of Cancelled Accounts!

But the way it's been selling — or rather, not selling — it probably should have been called Bronze Jay Z.

That's because the manufacturer is saying Beyoncé's husband was supposed to have a more active role in promoting the brand.

Apparently, the famous father declined to do promotional appearances at Macy's, in Women's Wear Daily, or on Good Morning America.

And, they claim the artist skipped out on meetings for follow-up fragrances, which is why those new products never hit store shelves.

He also supposedly passed on posting about the cologne on social media.

But we're betting Jay wishes he had taken the three seconds to craft a few 140-character tweets now, because Parlux is asking for a pretty penny!

The company says Gold Jay Z should have raked in $50 million within two years, but instead retailers are returning the fragrances!

They're suing for $18 million in damages.

[Image via Will Alexander/WENN.]

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Future's Former Bodyguard Was Murdered & Police Hope The Rapper Can Help

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R.I.P.

How awful.

On Monday, Future's former bodyguard, Michael Phillips, was gunned down in his Jonesboro, Georgia residence.

According to TMZ, authorities have a few leads, but no suspects in custody yet. They're hoping interviews with all of Michael's friends — including the artist — will help them pinpoint the shooter.

Related: Future Released A New Mixtape

On Tuesday, the musician took to Twitter to share his sadness over the tragic loss. He posted:

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Will Smith Also Boycotted The 1989 Grammys Before Skipping Out On This Year's Oscars! Watch His Vintage Interview!

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History repeats itself!

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith will not be attending the Oscars this year to protest the lack of diversity in the Academy's nominations.

It seemed that the Concussion star was following his wife's lead after he joined her call to boycott this year's ceremony — but Jada actually took a page out of her husband's playbook!

Back in 1989, the Fresh Prince refused to attend at the Grammys for its lack of integration!

That year, the ceremony included a rap performance category for the first time — and nominated Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff for their hit Parents Just Don't Understand.

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While that historic year was a huge step towards making rap music mainstream, that particular segment of the show wasn't going to be televised!

In an old interview Entertainment Tonight dug up from its archives, the hip-hop duo explained why they thought the design of the show was "a slap in the face."

It's sad to see that other sectors of the industry haven't progressed that much a quarter of a century later!

Ch-ch-check out a young Fresh Prince explaining his boycott (below)!

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