Tag: Jay-Z

50 Cent On Angie Martinez

[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3545408&w=425&h=350&fv=] This afternoon, Boo Boo spoke with Voice of New York on Hot 97. As always, 50 bit his tongue for no one. Take a listen. Part 1: 50 renames Kanye and Lady Gaga’s “Fame Kills” tour. Afterward, he says Jay-Z is the coolest punk. Oy vey! Part 2: Speculates Eminem isn’t happy with the feature on “Forever”. 50 then says his career hasn’t peaked. Part 3: Fif discusses his business venture with Kim Kardashian. Part 4: Ferrari speaks […]

T-Pain Cops A Plea To Jay-Z

“I just gotta be more careful.” After blamin’ it on the Nuvo, blubberin’ about being hated on for five years, and defending the light-skinned regular chick by his side, Faheem uses Drake’s “Successful” instrumental to send an open letter to Hova. Guess this guy doesn’t believe in Twitter. “Alright, so let’s talk about this Jay shit Somedays I wish that I ain’t never say shit And Diddy said, ain’t no excuse for what I did But I felt like he […]

Jay-Z Addresses Lil Mama VMA Crash

From across the Atlantic, Jigga Man called Angie Martinez on Hot 97. He spoke on scoring his 11th number one album and Lil Mama crashing his set with Alicia Keys at the MTV VMA’s. Obviously, he wasn’t a happy camper. Previously: Jay-Z Calls Oprah & Gayle

Jay-Z Calls Oprah & Gayle

Before hitting the stage last Friday at Wembley Stadium, Hova called into Oprah and Gayle’s satellite radio show. They discuss her mention on Blueprint 3, O’s pass in Marcy Projects and her, um, swagga. This can’t be life. Heads Up: 1515

Lil Mama Says She Felt A Bond At VMA’s

[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3426360&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Did%253D1621568%2526vid%253D437477%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A437477%2526startUri%3D%7BstartUri%7D] Lil Mama tells Tim Kash that she was overwhelmed with excitement and felt a bond after bum-rushing Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’ set. Previously: Lil Mama Apologizes For Ruining Hov & Alicia’s Set

Lil Mama Apologizes For Ruining Hov & Alicia’s Set

Lil Mama copped a plea issued a statement to the 1515 Boys about yesterday‘s proceedings. “I did not mean any disrespect towards Jay-Z or Alicia Keys,” the statement reads. “I admire them and look up to them as role models. ‘Empire State of Mind’ had my emotions running high. In that moment I came up onstage to celebrate my two icons singing about NY.”

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