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KARRUECHE TRANSNOOZES AND LOSES AGAINST CHRIS BROWN... For Now... Tran didn't get what she was gunning for in court Tuesday, because the judge expected flesh and blood to testify against Chris Brown, not a voice over the phone.
TMZ broke the story, Karrueche planned to get on the horn with the judge rather than appear in person, because she's shooting a TV show in New Orleans. She was expected to take the judge through what she claims are a series of death threats and violent encounters at the hands of Chris.
The judge wasn't having it, saying in order to get a permanent restraining order against Brown she had to either appear in person or give 12 days notice before the hearing that she would appear via phone.The case was continued so Karrueche could file the proper paperwork.As for Chris, he was also a no-show. His lawyer claims he was never served with legal docs, despite video which seems to show otherwise.
21 Savage Nabs Drake & Young Thug for Bouncy Track 'Issa'In December 2016, a snippet of 21 Savage's highly anticipated single "Issa" floated around the web. Now, we have the song in its entirety -- including featuring appearances by Drake and Young Thug. Produced by Wheezy and Narcos, Savage flips his trendy phrase "Issa" and transforms it into a full-fledged track. "I watched you go sell 4 million, issa stretch/ You gave somethin' to the cops, issa sketch," raps Drake. For over six minutes, Thugger, Savage, and Drake play hot potato with the flow and take turns tackling the hypnotic beat. Last year, the "6 God" and the "No Heart" rapper linked up in the studio to craft "Sneakin." Earlier in the month, Savage tantalized fans with a cryptic message on Twitter. He tweeted out "6-1-17" with a slew of knife emojis. Fans on social media speculated that Savage could be referring either to his debut project Issa Album, or his sequel to his acclaimed mixtape Savage Mode with Metro Boomin.
Somebody Tell Oprah She’s In a Feud With Ellen DeGeneres
Nicki “The Generous Queen” Minaj more than lived up to the title when she sat down with Ellen DeGeneres for a lesson in rap beef 101. Minaj is, of course, a tenured professor of the subject, with more feuds to her name than Ryan Murphy’s dream diary.
After name-dropping the talk show host on “No Frauds,” her response to rival rapper Remy Ma’s diss track “Shether,” Minaj stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Tuesday and basically briefed the talk show host on the ways of being a bad bitch.
“Should I have a beef with someone?” DeGeneres jokingly asked Minaj, seeking counsel on the ins and outs of being a rap superstar. “What should I do to get entrenched in the rap game?”
Minaj went onto explain that first she needs a rival, despite DeGeneres’ attempts to convince the rapper that she really does like everybody **cough Kathy Griffin cough**. After suggesting Reese Witherspoon as a fake feuding partner, Minaj settled on Oprah Winfrey, given that the two are both powerful women in a media industry rife with competition.
“Somebody bring me my phone, and I’m going to text her that we’re in a feud,” DeGeneres joked. “Bring me my phone for the commercial break and I’ll let her know that I hate her.”
Oprah, what’s good?