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Rumors continue to circle R&B singer Chris Brown and his supposed affiliation with Los Angeles gang members.
According to Iggy Azalea’s mentor and collaborator T.I., he’s never ghostwritten a word for the Australian rhymer–despite what anyone thinks.
Singer Mya says there is zero truth to rumors floating around that she’s been having a secret affair with hip-hop superstar Jay Z for over a decade.
A source close to 50 Cent is denying reports that the hip-hop star intentionally missed his son’s high school graduation this week. 50’s son, Marquise Jackson, posted a photo on Facebook Sunday crying in his cap and gown while hugging his mother. He included a caption that slammed his famous father for not being there on his big day.
Jhene Aiko’s association with Young Money superstar Drake has been under scrutiny for quite some time now. Fans and gossip hounds have continually speculated on the nature of the pair’s relationship since the start of the year but the recording artists, who collaborated on the track “From Time” have more or less ignored the rampant rumors that seem to be everywhere these days.
TMZ is reporting that Atlanta rapper T.I. and his wife of three years, Tameka “Tiny” Harris, are not splitting up, despite rumors to the contrary. Tip allegedly addressed the issue directly and TMZ says that he explained that, while the couple did have a big fight, there are no plans to divorce anyone.
Ne-Yo is laughing off any accusations that he failed to cough up the money for an $800 bill at a New York city eatery last month. The R&B star was eating with a group of friends at Negril in the West Village, when he racked up the bill. According to an “unnamed source,” Ne-Yo didn’t pay for the food, alcohol or tip his waitress.
Speculation about a new Andre 3000 project may be premature; a representative for Andre is now denying that any project is officially set for release.
Mos Def’s controversial force-feeding video has caused several U.S. medics who actually perform the procedure on the Guantanamo Bay prisoners to call it’s authenticity into question.