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''I'll Smack The Sh*t Out Her''
Pop star Katy Perry tweeted that she "had serious doubt for the world" after hearing Chicago rapper Chief Keef's single "Hate Being Sober." Once Keef got wind of Perry's criticism, he wasted no time firing back at the singer."Dat b*tch Katy Perry Can Suck Skin Off Of my D*ck," Keef tweeted earlier today (May 23rd.)
But he wasn't done there--even issuing a physical threat.
"Ill Smack The Sh*t out her ?" he added. Keef also indicated that a diss track was on its way.
"New Song Katy Perry Coming Soon" he tweeted.
''It's Awesome When It's Done Right''
Actress (and Lil Wayne baby mama) Lauren London opened up in this month's issue of VIBE Vixen about relationships and marriage. The actress says that she has to find someone that can "keep up" with her personality.
"I think itâ€™s awesome when itâ€™s done right," she said. "I donâ€™t think anyone is supposed to be alone, you know. Having a partner and having somebody that is with you through the ups and downs is awesome. Iâ€™m all about connection. If I connected with someone and met a nice guy maybe, but I just havenâ€™t ran into that yet.[...]Iâ€™m not dating at all. I donâ€™t know if Iâ€™ll have the time. But Iâ€™m very fiery and sassy, so I need someone to keep up with that."
So what kind of man is she looking for?
"Grown, secure in himself and who he is, aware of what he wants and willing to learn and grow with somebody else," she added. "I think everybody is waiting for me to settle down and find him [Laughs]. Iâ€™m really selective and picky."
Luba Joins Singer On ''106 & Park''
R&B singer Ray J turned up on BET's "106 & Park" this week. And he brought a friend.
The singer is still promoting his controversial single "I Hit It First," and he let Luba, the Kim Kardashian lookalike that starred in the video for the song.
Ray still wouldn't acknowledge the fact that Luba looks like his ex-girlfriend Kim and downplayed the obvious intentions of the track and its video.
"The song is about something I did. I try not to go so hard with the record 'cause it's self-explanatory," said Ray J. "There's other relationships that I've been in too, just not as popular as others that I've dealt with."
''I Now Have Serious Doubt For the World''
Pop star Katy Perry isn't feeling Chief Keef.
Perry tweeted about the controversial Chicago rap star after hearing his single "I Hit Being Sober" on the radio. The singer said that she was actually disturbed by what Keef represents, in terms of today's young people.
"Just heard a new song on the radio called 'I hate being sober,'" she tweeted. "I now have serious doubt for the world."
Perry joins a lengthy list of people a little bothered by the 17-year old's music. Keef has become notorious for controversy--both on his records and in his real life.
''I Thought I Was Gay For Three Months''
K. Michelle has had a fairly rocky relationship history. The "Love & Hip Hop" star talked to Power 106's The Breakfast Club about her history, and revealed that she dated a woman briefly.
"I have dipped out. I thought I was gay for three months," she said.
"I realized what you men go through. The bâ€”h jumped on my car," she shared when asked why she decided dating women wasn't for her. "I had a new car and she jumped on my car, scratched it up with her shoe and it was a wrap. She wanted to be an actress, but she was always sitting on the couch. I was actually taking care of stuff and paying bills. I was like, â€œOh no Iâ€™m not used to this. Iâ€™m not gay no more."
"I like how women look. I like certain things about a woman but at the end of the day, I realized that Iâ€™m not dealing with all that bullsâ€“t yâ€™all go through," she added. "I do the pretty women. Nothing against the women that look like men, [but] you might as well get a man. I like chocolate, big booty, pretty skin, thatâ€™s what I like. I donâ€™t let men e** me out. I never have been like, 'I want this.'"