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Arsenio taraji

When Taraji P. Henson told Arsenio how Tyrese broke down crying over their sex scene in “Baby Boy,” the last thing she expected was Tyrese to come out and confront her. Watch what happens.


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50 Cent

50 Cent went to Friday’s Golden State Warriors vs. New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden, and it appears things got heated when he and his former business partner Steve Stoute came face to face…….literally.

 Steve Stout Says 50 Cent Isn’t Influential in Hip Hop and Ungrateful; 50 Cent Confronts Him

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Whisperers, are you wondering whats got Fif all shook up?  I think I got it here in a nutshell…..

It was probably all brought on by comments Steve Stout made about Fif during an interview with Hot 97′s Angie Martinez.

Angie asked Steve to name 5 most important people of Hip Hop.  Steve listed Dr. Dre, Jay Z, Diddy, Kanye and Pharrell.  Angie mentions that he failed to mention 50 Cent and she asks wasn’t he at one point an influential artist is his eyes?  So Steve goes on to elaborate on why Fif was not as influential as those mentioned he named.

Steve goes on to says Fif hasn’t brought anything to the table in a long time.  “He hasn’t had a hit in a really long time…he hasn’t made anything musically that’s changed anything.”  He basically says that Fif is always on things that never really materialize successfully.  He said he’s independent and there is no record company to blame for his failing accomplishments.  He also says  it could be because of his “aggressive content” that can’t get put on the air.

Angie kinda defends Fif by mentioning his vitamin water and the boxing thing.  Steve said his last hit was “I Get Money.”  Angie basically says so now 50 Cent is going to put you in one of his songs and Steve shrugs and says something like “hopefully, it get’s put on the radio.”

That wasn’t it….Before that interview Steve visited The Breakfast Club to talk about his best selling book that is now a docuseries “The Tanning of America.”  According to Vibe, somewhere during the interview he says 50 was ungrateful for the Reebok deal that Steve helped him get.

Steve knows Fif way better than I do, so he had to know just like I know he wasn’t going to take any of those comments lightly.  Steve had to see that coming and Steve probably didn’t care.

A man will always be a man when it comes to stuff like this.


50 Cent posted Hot 97′s video on his site personally and titled it “When Talking Sh*t Goes Wrong starring Steve Stoute.”   So this is what got Fif heated.

Okay Whisperers, what do you think.

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Nelson George Speaks on ‘Finding the Funk’

Posted February 19, 2014 7:41 PM By Deirdre B Pride

Music and pop culture journalist Nelson George, produced the documentary, and was featured on MSNBC Melissa Harris-Perry’s weekend show; to speak about the impact of Funk music, as well as the documentary.

See the Interview at Global Hip Hop Battles

Nelson George Speaks on ‘Finding the Funk’

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Fobolous Says Macklemore is NOT Overrated (Video)

Posted January 29, 2014 11:42 AM By Deirdre B Pride

Superstar emcee Fabolous appeared on ESPN First Take; to speak with Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless, and Cari Champion.

Fobolous Says Macklemore is NOT Overrated

During his segment, Fab gave his take on Macklemore winning big at years Grammy Awards. Many people feel as though Macklemore shouldn’t have won the award for Best Rap Album.


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Hot 97′s DJ Mister C Opens Up About His Secret Double Life

Posted January 22, 2014 9:43 AM By Deirdre B Pride

You may recall Mister C being arrested  for the second or third time for public lewdness.  Cops caught him in a car receiving oral sex from another man.  A blogger by the name of Bimbo Winehouse, posed as a prostitute,  made a video, filmed inside Cee’s car as they negotiated a price for sex. Within a few days, the video was all over the news, blogs and the Internet.

Hot 97′s DJ Mister C Opens Up About His Secret Double Life

How he dealt with the aftermath.

He slept a lot after that, he says. Drank so much soda he almost lost his sight. “I would buy two-liter Fanta Orange, two-liter Sprite, two-liter root beer—and I live by myself—just guzzling them. That’s how I was getting through my pain, fucking going to sleep and drinking soda. And I’m not even a soda drinker. I drunk so much soda to the point where my diabetes—my sugar level went so high, I started getting blind.”

Why he was doing it.

“The best way I can explain it is that I was so knee-deep into doing it that it became a part of me.  It’s also the rush of: Get horny, A and B—you know, one plus one equals two. You get horny, go out, go get your shit off. It became a part of my routine. Even though I was fearful, there was a part of me that felt invincible, too.”

He even lied to his court appointed therapist.

He had stories he would tell: It was a woman in the car with him, not a man; he’d been at the wrong place at the wrong time; there were bloggers, haters, unnamed malevolent forces spinning stories, trying to bring him down. He even lied to the cops, who took care of him the first couple of times he was arrested—“Once you walk in the station, all it takes is one black officer to recognize you”—but whose patience ran out when the arrests continued to mount: “When I got arrested in 2011—this is just my theory—that came out from the D.A.’s office. That leaked from the D.A. That didn’t leak from a precinct. You know, after a while, I’m making deals with the D.A.: ‘I’m never going to do this again. I’m never going to do this again.’ And they’re like, ‘Okay, all right. All right.’ And they let me slide the first couple of times. That third time, they was just like, ‘Yo…’

Boss, Embro’s, reaction to the new and the lies

“Because I was like, ‘Cee, what the fuck. What are we doing?’ ” Ebro remembers. “We got on the air and had the conversation.

Ebro says now that he had a good idea he was being lied to: “I had my suspicions.” But at the same time, he adds, “I’ve met people and have known people in my life that did not categorize themselves as gay, right?” So “in the back of my mind I’m thinking, ‘He just doesn’t categorize himself that way.’”

His family’s reaction

He still hasn’t talked to his grandmother or his aunt about it, but they know: The day he resigned, he received a text message from his aunt, who is a minister and doesn’t listen to secular music, let alone Hot 97. But somehow she heard. The text message said, “I love you.”

If her considers himself gay

“Absolutely not. And it’s nothing—it’s no offense to transgender women, but I only get with transgender women for one thing and one thing only, and that’s for oral sex. Like I said: I never had sex with a man. I never had sex with a transgender woman.”

How the revelation is being received by his celebrity friends


Flex says,  “my relationship has changed with a few rappers.” some behave differently behind closed doors. “I do understand Cee’s fear, and I’ll never say the rappers’ names.”

Who has his back

“So not only do I feel like Big has my back.  I feel like every person that I have ridden for in their afterlife—I think they got my back as well.”

And anyway, “who’s going to really keep the memory of those people alive, the Bigs and the Pacs and the Aaliyahs and the Big Puns and the Big Ls and the Freaky Tahs and so on and so forth—who’s going to keep their memory alive the way that I do it?”


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Wale Visits the Breakfast Club

Posted January 21, 2014 3:26 PM By Deirdre B Pride

MMG emcee Wale, is on his way to becoming a superstar. He’s on just about everyone’s song right now, and is gearing for the release of his fourth solo album titled The Album About Nothing.

In addition, Wale also made mention that he’s working on a Go-go album; which is the sound in Washington D.C., and is befitting considering that is Wale’s hometown.

Well, Wale visited the world famous Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club, to speak with DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God, and Angela Yee.


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Kanye West Covers Interview Magazine; His ‘Borrowed’ Vices: Sex, Alcohol and Religion (Pic)

Kanye West sits down for a telephone interview with  “12 Years a Slave,” director,  Steve McQueen. In this sometimes awkward interview, Steve asks Kanye various questions like, how he feels about this new kind of love or the feeling of loving a child of his own?

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MCQUEEN: But now you’ve got a situation in your life where you’ve got a daughter, which is a different kind of love—an unconditional love that maybe you only get to have in another way with your parents. What has that experience been like so far?

WEST: I think I have to experience it for another few years to be able to give you an opinion. It’s all brand new, how it feels to be a father. There are some things that I understand, certain things that I don’t understand, certain things that I like to get off my chest in interviews, certain things that I want to talk about. But when we talk about love, I don’t have an answer. All I can say is that I’m happy I have it.

This interview was all over the place to me.  Steve would ask him a straight forward question and the feedback would sometimes go off into a whole new realm or something…. just off. This has to go down as the oddest interview ever. I was filled with a lot of ramblings that were trumped with incoherent responses.  For instance:

MCQUEEN: How important is that for you, to be current?

WEST: I don’t use a lot of current-affairs names—I’ve used them seldomly (sic)—but I feel like it’s just a current itself, a wave that I’m surfing. There is no sport without the wave, so I have to wait for it. If the waves are high, then we’re gonna have a fun day. If the waves are low, then you just stay on the beach.

Did that just go over my head?  Okay, how about this one?

MCQUEEN: Do you ever feel lonely?

WEST: Well, I’ve got my astronaut family. You know, becoming famous is like being catapulted into space—sometimes without a space suit. We’ve seen so many people combust, suffocate, get lost in all these different things. But to have an anchor of other astronauts and to make a little space family … I mean, it’s not like I’m the guy in TheHungerGames [2012] begging for people to like me. I’m almost the guy with the least amount of “likes.” I wanted a family. So God gives you opportunities, and you make sacrifices for something that’s greater.

Or this one:

What are you going to do with all of the influence that you have right now?

WEST: Well, influence isn’t my definition of success—it’s a by-product of my creativity. I just want to create more. I would be fine with making less money. I actually spend the majority of my money attempting to create more things. Not buying things or solidifying myself or trying to make my house bigger, or trying to show people how many Louis Vuitton bags I can get, or buying my way to a good seat at the table. My definition of success, again, is getting my ideas out there. The first company that has really given me a shot is Adidas. They did the deal … I mean, Damon Dash did the deal, at the end of the day. He signed Kanye West 12 years ago. What does that mean now? What does that mean to music? You know, people say things about creativity and jobs and every 10 years, blah, blah, blah. But I don’t have a desire to not continue making music. When I left Chicago and moved to New York, it wasn’t because I didn’t love Chicago; it was because I needed to go to New York. So right now, I’ve got other innovations and other thoughts that I want to pursue. As I was saying earlier, I create like a 3-year-old. When you’re 3, you wake up one morning and say, “I wanna ride a bike.” And then the next day, you wake up and say, “I wanna draw.” I don’t want to be in a situation where, because I was good enough at riding a bike one day, then that’s all I can do for the rest of my life. I mean, you know firsthand, being a fine artist and then moving into the Hollywood space … You know, I say to Renzo Rosso, Bernard Arnault, and François-Henri Pinault, the heads of Diesel, LVMH, and Kering, “Come to my show and look at the mountain I made. Look at these 20,000 people screaming, and then tell me I don’t deserve to design a T-shirt.” If I want to design a T-shirt in my lifetime, then please help me do it! People say, “Well, why don’t you just do it on your own?” Are you telling me to sew every single T-shirt? People say, “Why do you antagonize the high-end companies and your fan base?” and this and that. But what I’m saying is that in working with partners like Louis Vuitton and Zanotti and Balmain and Fendi like I have—and please forgive me for using film as a metaphor because I hate when people do that with music—I feel like it’s a better form of film that I’m working with when I work with them. I’m working with better cameras. I’m working with better editors … Steve, please forgive me because I feel like it’s super-patronizing whenever someone does an analogy or a metaphor that relates to the field that you currently work in.

Huh? What was that?  Maybe I need to be blazed to understand.  I was like that throughout most this interview.  I really made an honest attempt to try to understand this interview, I really did.  It had seemed that the only clear answer was the one about Nori, but then  Steve asked him how he got by during the Taylor Swift debacle.  That one was pretty clear too.

MCQUEEN: But there must have been moments of doubt or depression or sadness. I mean, with what happened after the Taylor Swift incident [at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards] and all the negativity that came your way as the result of that. How did you deal with it all mentally, physically, and spiritually?

WEST: It’s funny that you would say “mentally, physically, spiritually” because my answer before you even said that was going to be “God, sex, and alcohol.

See, he was clear and concise with that one too.  He actually broke it down even better than that a little further into the interview when asked a different question.

MCQUEEN: People can get lost in all of those things. So how did you arrive where you are now after coming through that period?

WEST: Well, I don’t have an addictive personality, so that means that I can lean on what might be someone else’s vice just enough to make it through to the next day. You know, just enough religion, a half-cup of alcohol with some ice in it and a nice chaser, and then …

MCQUEEN: A lot of sex. [both laugh]

WEST: Yeah—a lot of sex. And then I’d make it to the next week.

See!! LMAO He broke that one down real proper like.  Now check out what he said about his near fatal accident:

MCQUEEN: Let’s go deep very quickly then: Talk to me about who you were and who you’ve become—both before and after your accident, the car crash. Who are those two people, Kanye before and Kanye after? Are they different people? Was there a seismic change in who you were after you nearly lost your life?

WEST: I think I started to approach time in a different way after the accident. Before I was more willing to give my time to people and things that I wasn’t as interested in because somehow I allowed myself to be brainwashed into being forced to work with other people or on other projects that I had no interest in. So simply, the accident gave me the opportunity to do what I really wanted to do. I was a music producer, and everyone was telling me that I had no business becoming a rapper, so it gave me the opportunity to tell everyone, “Hey, I need some time to recover.” But during that recovery period, I just spent all my time honing my craft and making The College Dropout. Without that period, there would have been so many phone calls and so many people putting pressure on me from every direction—so many people I somehow owed something to—and I would have never had the time to do what I wanted to.

Kanye is a cool and at the same time quirky.  I don’t think his interviews will ever be straight forward and coherent.  I see others parlaying his answers into things that were not relevant to the questions he was even asked, just trying to get a damn post up.  Obviously not reading the article in it’s entirety.  I wish he would sit down with Oprah.  I would fly on a plane to go see that one in person.  Y’all know I’m scared of flying right?

SIGH……Kanye is just Kanye.


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