Kim & Kanye Fought Over Wiz Khalifa Rant and Wendy Williams Dis?

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian at Chateau Marmont on October 20, 2015 in Los Angeles

Word has it that Kim Kardashian was livid over some of the shots fired by her husband Kanye West in his Twitter war with Wiz Khalifa, and at one point tried to throw him out of the house – until he put his foot down.

Radar Online is claiming that Kanye asserted his power in the relationship and banned her from social media until the Twitter dust settled.

“Kanye told Kim that she wasn’t allowed to say anything on social media after Amber Rose tweeted that gross note about him,” a source told Radar.

“He told her that she was forbidden from getting involved. He said this was his fight and he was going to handle it his way and that he didn’t want Kim to write anything herself,” the source claimed. “Even though she has the most followers out of all of them, Kanye told her he didn’t want her to say anything.”

According to the website, it was Kardashian’s disgust over ‘Ye’s rant against Rose’s son that got through to him and he ordered her to help him make peace.

“Kim told Kanye how totally inappropriate his comments were. She really let him have it. But he is still the one who rules the marriage,” the source explained.

“So Kanye made Kim call Amber and meet with her. He wanted Kim to make up with Amber for him. He told her what she had to do, and she listened to him, of course.”

Radar Online claims this marital dustup was just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to their marriage:

Not even married for two years, West and Kardashian bicker non-stop.

“The two are constantly fighting about that because they are both super power-hungry and rarely see eye-to-eye on how to handle criticism,” the insider continued. “Kim wants Kanye to check with her before going and spewing hateful things on his Twitter.”

But the first source told Radar that West’s actions in the fight are standard practice in the marriage.

“Kanye is completely in charge of what Kim does and she always follows and listens and does what he says,” said the source. “No matter what.”

According to Radar, Kim also let Kanye have it about the reported dis track he recorded targeting Wendy Williams.

The talk show queen, who once insisted that Kanye is secretly gay, criticized the rapper’s marriage by saying, “I think that [Kim] likes the illusion of having a husband and children. And [Kanye] likes her because he likes a nice Barbie Doll.”

In retaliation, West reportedly recorded a dis track featuring lyrics that alluded to past rumors of Williams being born a man – all to the tune of Aerosmith’s “Dude (Looks Like A Lady)”

Radar claims the song “did not sit well with his wife.”

“Kim thinks that Kanye was completely out of line by bashing Wendy,” a source told Radar. “It really pissed Kim off because she is a friend of Wendy’s and thinks she’s great.”

 

Ne-Yo’s Ex-Fiance Moyetta Shaw Posts Pics With New Millionaire Man

monyetta shaw,

Ne-Yo’s ex-fiancé Monyetta Shaw has been showing off a new man in her life on Instagram over the past several days – a business mogul the New York Post’s Page Six last summer described as a “party boy investor” and the “Hugh Hefner of the Hamptons.”

The man is named Marc Leder, co-founder of the private equity firm Sun Capital Partners and currently its co-chief executive officer. He is reportedly either 53 and 54-years-old and has a net-worth estimated at $600 million.

It was at Leder’s home on May 17, 2012 where then GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney was caught on video talking about “the 47 percent” of Americans who “pay no income tax” and are “dependent upon government.”

Leder, also once part owner of the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils, has a reputation for throwing racy parties in the Hamptons.

He was also said to have dated Kimora Lee Simmons in the past.


Suge Knight Loses Phone and Visitor Privileges in Jail

Marion Hugh "Suge" Knight, Thomas Mesereau

Suge Knight’s access to visitors and phone calls have been shut off at the request of sheriff’s investigators, according to Billboard.

Court records show Los Angeles Superior Court Judge William C. Ryan on Jan. 29 cut Knight’s access to phone calls and non-attorney visitors, the website reports. The order was issued at the request of a sheriff’s detective investigating Knight’s murder case, in which he is charged with running over two men, killing one, outside a Compton burger stand in January 2015.

Details about what prompted the order to restrict Knight’s access to visitors are under seal.

The order came a week after Knight hired his fifth lawyer in the case. As previously reported, he fired criminal defense lawyer Thomas Mesereau and hired former prosecutor Stephen Schwartz.

Court records show the sheriff’s request to restrict Knight’s jail privileges had been received a week earlier. Judge Ronald Coen, who is handling separate murder and robbery cases against Suge, asked that the sheriff’s request about jail issues be assigned to a different judge.

Knight is being held on $10 million bail and has pleaded not guilty. Sheriff’s officials first asked for Knight’s access to all non-attorney visitors to be restricted in March 2015, and Coen approved the restrictions.

Since then, Knight had steadily regained access to several other visitors. Court records indicate Coen allowed Knight visits from his parents, seven of his children, two spiritual advisers, 11 attorneys, a bail bond agent and any notary public.

Under the new order, Knight loses all mail, phone and visitation privileges from everyone except his attorneys, Culpepper and Schwartz, and they are only allowed to visit him outside regular visiting hours. While Knight can speak by telephone with his attorneys, Ryan’s order states Knight’s lawyers cannot conduct a conference call or transfer the call to anyone else.

Knight faces potential life sentences if convicted in either case because of prior convictions for armed robbery and assault with a gun.

 

Wiz Khalifa Inks Deal to Release Own Line of Weed Strains

Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa is expanding his weed portfolio.

The rapper, who already has a partnership with RAW Rolling Papers to sell smoking products, has partnered with Colorado-based company RiverRock Cannabis to create and manufacture his own line of regulated marijuana strains, products and concentrates.

“These products have taken years to perfect,” said the rapper, 27, who will curate an variety of products, including the “Khalifa Kush” flower and concentrates. “I’m really excited to finally share them with the public and to work with RiverRock to raise awareness and end cannabis prohibition nationwide.”

The RiverRock partnership follows Friday’s release of his latest album KHALIFA, which includes the track “Bake Sale.”

 

Tinashe, Dej Loaf Part of MAC’s New ‘Future Forward’ Campaign

MAC Cosmetics Future Forward campaign

Tinashe, Dej Loaf, Lion Babe’s Jillian Hervey (also the daughter of Vanessa Williams and Ramon Hervey II) and Halsey are fronting M·A·C Cosmetics’ new campaign for Future Forward, the first of an ongoing series of collaborations and campaigns that spotlight newer talent who are making waves within the music industry.

 “They run the gamut, but obviously they’re hitting different people in terms of who listens to their music,” Senior Vice President and Group Creative Director James Gager told Billboard of the initiative. “I think it shows a breadth of what M·A·C is about. When [the artists] came into the office, they each had unique personalities: one of them was very shy, another very outspoken.”

The rollout will begin on March 17 with Tinashe, who worked on the “Times Nine Palette” of eye shadow ($32; maccosmetics.com), which borrows names for each shade from track names like “All Hands On Deck.”

“I was really intrigued by the chance to bring my creative vision to this,” says the R&B artist who is about to embark on a world tour for her forthcoming sophomore album, Joyride. “I got to design the packaging, pick out the colors and create something that I felt like I would use.”

For Detroit rapper Dej Loaf, whose rosy-nude lipglass ($15) will hit stores on April 14, the opportunity is described as an invaluable one — the first of what she hopes will be many more lucrative collaborations.

“Music was just a stepping stone for me, I want to get into other things outside of music . . . creative things. This first step [with M·A·C] is a big first step,” she tells Billboard.

Below are excerpts from Tinashe and Dej Loaf’s interview with Billboard:

Tinashe Times Nine Palette, $32; maccosmetics.com (Available March 17)

Tinashe Times Nine Palette, $32; maccosmetics.com (Available March 17)

Tinashe, have you collaborated with other brands in the past?

Tinashe: I have but I’ve never been able to take a real creative kind of position and that was really what drew me to this. I mean, obviously I love makeup too, and I use it all the time for shows — but I was really intrigued by the chance to bring my creative vision to this. I got to design the packaging, pick out the colors, and create something that I felt like I would use. It’s shades that range between dark black to an army green, and then some burgundies. I’m definitely more of an eye girl than like a lip girl.

Do you remember the first time that you experimented with makeup?

Tinashe: I remember being around eight years old and doing my cousin’s makeup — painting it blue and green. I thought that was so much fun [laughs].
Dej Loaf Lipglass, $15; maccosmetics.com (Available April 14)

Dej Loaf Lipglass, $15; maccosmetics.com (Available April 14)

Dej, you have incredible gold eye makeup on right now, do you normally do a full eye makeup every day?

Dej: No not every day. Onstage for me is dramatic, you know, got the glitter. It’s crazy because I used to…I was anti-makeup just recently fell in love with it. I don’t want to perform without it anymore now I’m like, “Yo, let’s get some makeup on.” I like to travel with a makeup artist now.

Being someone, as you said, that was “anti-makeup,” but now enjoys it — why do you see importance in it for you as an artist?

Dej: It enhances beauty, you know what I’m saying? I wouldn’t say I was “anti,” I just didn’t understand why girls wear makeup all the time. Now I get it, I understand how it enhances beauty — how it makes me feel myself, a little more than I already was.

Lion Babe Liquidlast Liner, $21; maccosmetics.com (available April 28)

Lion Babe Liquidlast Liner, $21; maccosmetics.com (available April 28)

Did you work with M·A·C​ directly? Walk us through the process?

Hervey: The good thing about M·A·C is—and a reason I was so excited—was that they were very much about having the artist really implement their ideas and create a vision. So from day one I was sketching some ideas in my notebook. Lion Babe’s logo is actually my handwriting, which has manifested into a neon sign we use for our shows. So that logo is on the box.

Lion Babe's Jillian Hervey

Is this your first time collaborating with a brand?

Yeah! It’s definitely my first time doing anything like this. I’ve pretty much been focusing primarily on just the art and creating the singing and music. And this is such an exciting opportunity for me, everyone knows M·A·C and this was a really good way to get our name out there.

 

Essence Cover: Chris Rock on Black Women in Hollywood, Hosting Oscars

chris rock (essence cover)

It’s probably safe to say that Chris Rock has a lot on his mind as he gears up to host the Oscars later this month amid the issue of diversity being the talk of Hollywood.

With that, the 51-year-old funnyman touched on a very relevant situation as he graces the cover of Essence’s annual Hollywood March issue for the first time ever. Chatting with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson back in December, 2015 before #OscarsSoWhite dominated social media for the second straight Oscar season, Rock addressed the struggle of black actresses who face a continuing uphill battle to get proper recognition and respect in Tinseltown.

“I’ve never done a movie, any movie, the silliest movie, where someone, some studio person hasn’t gone, ‘Does the girl have to be Black?’ It happens every time,” the entertainer says. “Everybody’s talking about Jennifer Lawrence. Talk to Gabrielle Union. If you want to hear stories, talk to Nia Long. Talk to Kerry Washington. They would love to get to Jennifer Lawrence’s place, or just be treated with the same amount of respect.”

Acknowledging his own efforts to shine a light on black actresses, Rock referenced a time where he had to fight with a certain TV network to get Tichina Arnold officially on board as part of the cast of his hit show “Everybody Hates Chris,” a show he created and executive produced.

“I think everything I’ve ever done has had a significant role for a Black or brown woman. I refuse not to,” Rock says. “I’ve never gone into battle without a Black woman, you know, a movie battle. With Tichina Arnold in ‘Everybody Hates Chris,’ I had to fight for Tichina. I’m not even going to tell you who the network wanted. She’s literally as good as Tina Fey or Julia Louis-Dreyfus or any of these chicks. They’re like, ‘Tichina who’?”

In addition to black women in Hollywood, Rock addressed diversity in Hollywood as well as his upcoming Oscars hosting gig on Feb. 28.

“I’m going to do my best,” the comedian shared. “It could go horribly wrong. Don’t ever think that it can’t. That’s when it goes wrong—when you don’t think there’s any chance of it going wrong. If you know it won’t, it probably won’t.”

The March issue of Essence, which features Rock on the cover, will hit newsstands on Feb. 12.

 

Future – EVOL (Album Stream)

As promised Future delivers his latest album titled “EVOL.” The 11-track project features The Weeknd. You can purchase it now from iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/evol/id1081197363

Tracklist:
1. Ain’t No Time
2. In Her Mouth
3. Maybach
4. Xanny Family
5. Lil Haiti Baby
6. Photo Copied
7. Seven Rings
8. Lie to Me
9. Program
10. Low Life (feat. The Weeknd)
11. Fly S*** Only

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