The TWITTER Beef between Chief Keef and pop princess Katy Perry has officially ended. See their word exchange inside and listen to Ray J re-tell the story of that infamous fight with Fabolous in Las Vegas.
In case you missed it, Chief Keef has been having a pretty eventful week. First, he was arrested in Atlanta for smoking weed in his hotel room, then, he used his Twitter account to threaten one of the world's biggest pop princesses.
Earlier in the week, "Teenage Dream" singer Katy Perry tweeted her disapproval of Chief's latest hit.....and he got HIGHLY offended. She said,
Although Katy's statement was very "general" and didn't directly insult the rapper...he really got pissed.
After she got wind of the tweets, Katy did not want to rumble with the rapper (who has an extensive arrest record) so she apologized (though we don't think he deserved one).
After the weed smoke cleared...Chief may have realized that he overreacted to Katy, so he retweeted her apology and added, "Oh Im Sorry Too Then".
SMH....why are these gangsta thugs ALWAYS the most sensitive?
And on the radio:
Ray J continued hit press tour through NYC to discuss his hit "I Hit It First" and his new gig on "Bad Girls Clubs All-Star" this morning. But before he and The Breakfast Club could get to new business, he had to clear up a few things from his past.
When asked about his ex-Kim Kardashian and her pregnancy, he told the hosts, "Listen, that’s not my place to even converse about that. You know what I’m sayin’?.
On the fight with Fabolous: That was like a ‘Hangover’ movie. It was a real bad night. It was a mixture of bad stuff. It was alcohol. Everything else, I blacked out. If i didn't call the radio station, i wouldn’t remember it happened. All my friends was laughin’.
On threatening to have him "touched" by the Booty Goons: It was a bad night and Fab know, I was turnt up. Listen, Fab is a good dude. It was a turnt up weekend.
First Lady Michelle Obama joined actress Kerry Washington to help inspire community children to change their lives through the arts recently. Find out where they went and what they did inside...
First lady Michelle Obama and actress Kerry Washington appeared at Savoy Elementary School in southeast Washington, D.C today as part of the Turnaround Arts initiative of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities.
The program gives grants to low-income schools, in an effort to improve students’ overall performance through arts education. Several celebrities have signed on for the program with Kerry adopting Savoy Elementary and actor Forest Whitaker and actress Sarah Jessica Parker each adopting schools last month.
During her talk, which include a few dance moves, the FLOTUS touted Kerry for her committment to the program and enouraged the school kids to keep striving for success, even when faced with failure and rejection.
“Kerry got a lot of rejections She spent a lot of time developing her craft. She spent a lot of time practicing and working and trying out for things and having people tell her. ‘No,’ ‘No thank you,’ ‘You’re not good enough,’ ‘You’re not pretty enough.’ Could you imagine somebody telling Kerry that she wasn’t pretty enough, she wasn’t tall enough, she was too short? That’s all performing is, is rejection. … But when you work hard and you invest thousands of hours in anything, you get better. And that’s what you guys are learning here at Savoy.”
During her remarks, she also thanked Kerry for her level of involvement and called her a "friend".
"She's not just a beautiful, fashionable, talented woman, but she's real inside, and there is beauty deep inside. The fact that she is flying all over the country but she comes to spend time with you guys, and she does it for real; the fact that she's taken time out of her schedule to come here today, it shows a level of respect for me, of course, and our friendship, but it shows more her love for all of you. So, Kerry, love you, girl. Keep it going. Very proud of you."
And Kerry really threw her hat in the ring with the children...she kicked off her heels and joined the kids on stage for some and dance.
Later in the day, Kerry also read stories to one of the third grade classes.
And a few lucky kids in Jacqueline Lyons' Pre-K Class go to meet the FLOTUS up close, as she spent time doing arts and crafts with the class.
The First Lady even got the kids on their feet where they freeze-danced to James Brown’s “Gonna Have a Funky Good Time." A funky good time indeed....
Talk show host Wendy Williams was spotted at The Grove this week, where she signed copies of her latest book. See the candids inside and see Bria and Shayne Murphy leaving the nail salon.
"HOW YOU DOING?" Talk show maven Wendy Williams strolled through The Grove this week to sign copies of her latest book Ask Wendy and tape an interview with Mario Lopez for "EXTRA".
Wendy's known for her over-the-top personality and we're sure fans, seeing her for the first time, didn't realize how over-the-top her bosom is. Miss Wendy does look good!
Wendy sat for a very candid conversation with EXTRA's Mario Lopez where she dished on her book, her hit show, and her upcoming stint on Broadway in Chicago.
She also signed a few copies of her book, Ask Wendy, which hit stores on May 7th.
After her interview, Wendy was escorted off the set in a golf cart....giving her a break from walking around in her six-inch Christian Louboutin heels.
Also in the LA area.....
Bria and Shayne Murphy, the daughters of Eddie and Nicole Murphy were seen crossing the street together after leaving Beverly Hills Nail Design in Beverly Hills.
We admire the sisters' street style and it looks like they both got the best of their parent's genes. In addition to Bria's deal with Dark & Lovely, we imagine both ladies could make moves in the fashion and cosmetics industry if they wanted to.
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