Of course some shit goes down when there's a billion dollars on the elevator! We still will never know what went down on the elevator but Beyonce's father & former manger Mathew Knowles has hinted that the entire thing was staged to help promote the "On the Run" tour as well as other things.
He paid a visit to a Houston radio station earlier this morning and of course he was questioned about that incident and he offered his two cents. He also hinted that it's been done in the past before saying that one has to ignite the fire for success. Listen in below.
We are still going strong. This makes our eleventh episode of Drink This it's been quite the journey. B. Santana and I have been working hard to get the show on point. We've also been butting heads about me getting back on the blogging tip...so here I am!
This episode was fiery, feisty and funny because there was so much to talk about. With our different views on this entertainment world, we clashed, bashed and thrashed throughout this particular episode. We gave our take on the VMA's awards, Floyd Mayweather's reading skills, Mariah and Nick's relationship and plenty more!! Listen to the show below.
She has since been dragged to the pits of hell and back by Beyonce fans forcing the President of BET to issue a public and private apology to the Carters with the indication that whoever wrote the joke got into some deep trouble. They also stressed that Kimchees was not to blame and for us to not hate on her....but it's too late for that. See the apology via Twitter below.
After 13 years, Aalyiah continues to inspire pop culture and make headlines in our news. She's featured on songs, new singers emerge while citing her as an inspiration and homage is payed by today's biggest stars.
The singer's life was cut short on August 25, 2001 in an unfortunate plane crash, killing her and eight others. Her legacy lives through her music and will now live on through not one but two bio-pics the will reintroduce her to the world on so many levels.
One from Lifetime and another full length film is coming next year. Her shoes have yet to be filled. Aaliyah will always be one in a million. Her fans have took to Twitter to pay their tributes and respects making #RIPAaliyah a trending topic for the day. We love you and we miss you baby girl!
What beef? What shade? Where is Lil Kim? Hmmmmm...Looks like Iggy Azalea and Nicki Minaj are on good terms following the BET Shade that was tossed. But like the winner and #1 artist that she is, Iggy approached Nicki back stage to congratulate her on her performance and not to worry about her wardrobe malfunction.
See the clip below!
At one point, these two ladies were good friends, up until last night when all hell broke loose on Twitter. It was all thanks to the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. After Nicki Minaj took the stage to perform her songs "Anaconda" & "Bang Bang" with Ariana Grande and Jessie J, K Michelle tweeted something and Lil Kim did not approve.
Word on the street is that Klondike is in the running to be one of the newest EBT 106th & Park hosts. She will be filling the shoes of temporary host Keshia Chante. Well, the sideline hoe was doing her thing on 106th & Park today and of course the topic at hand was the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards.
During a segment called "The Top 6 Things Blue Ivy Thought of Her Mom's Performance", KittKatt had this to say....
Beyonce shut down the stage as she closed the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. She even had baby Blue rocking to the beat. The singer was honored with the 2014 Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award for the night and graced the stage for nearly 15 minutes.
She performed nearly every song from her latest album "BEYONCE", stepped it up with lots of new choreography and some added visuals. After the set, Jay Z and Blue joined the queen on stage to present an emotional Beyonce the award. Catch it all below!
Usher took the stage tonight at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. The singer was joined by Nicki Minaj and the two performed "She Came To Give It To You". Check it out after the break.
Taylor Swift hit up the stage at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. She performed her new single from her upcoming album "1989" which is due out this October. She chanted her new anthem "Shake It Off" with a stage full of dancers.
She was heard telling someone that "I don't care if it's the VMAs, I'm not jumping off there,""All kinds of people getting bit by snakes, it's dangerous!". We don't know if it was a hot mic or if it was planned, but she didn't jump! Check it out below!