Well apparently the folks at VH1 keeps it poppin’ with their reality stars in the Love and Hip Hop franchise. Diary of a Hollywood Street King released footage of Love and Hip Hop Hollywood’s Nikki Mudarris and Mally Mall in a now not-so-private home movie online yesterday.
Earlier this week a celebrity sex tape starring Love and Hip Hop Hollywood’s Nikki Mudarris and Mally Mall leaked online [click here if you missed that].
Nikki is threatening to sue the pants off every website who hosted it…
According to TMZ Nikki’s attorneys sent out cease and desist letters yesterday giving websites until 5 pm Friday to take the video down.
Nikki’s reps also denied reports that she was in talks with Vivid Entertainment to distribute the tape.
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According to Deadline Nicki Minaj is set to executive produce and appear in a scripted comedy series for ABC Family based on the rap star’s life growing up in Queens, New York. The project, from Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment, will film a pilot episode in Minaj’s hometown this winter, with the intention to continue to series.
Born in Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago, Minaj moved to the U.S. as a child. Written by Kate Angelo (Sex Tape), the untitled series will Kate focus on Minaj’s growing up in Queens in the 1990s with her vibrant immigrant family and the personal and musical evolution that lead to her eventual rise to stardom.
“This is one of the more unique adventures I’ve ever embarked on,” said Minaj. “I couldn’t be more proud and excited to team up with an amazing group of people to give the world something really special.”
David Banner goes in on this recent video he posted on social media about the state of Hip Hop. He also feels that white artists in the genre are growing in the industry while black artists are stuck. Is it possible that white rappers are becoming more lyrical, while artists of color are spitting garbage?
Hip Hop artist Azealia Banks compared the LGBT community to “gay white KKK’s” in a recent tweet days after using an anti-gay slur against a flight attendant following an incident with another passenger according to the Huffingtonpost
“LGBT community (GGGG) are like the gay white KKK’s,” the rapper wrote in a since-deleted tweet screen grabbed by Billboard. “Get some pink hoods and unicorns and rally down rodeo drive.”
Banks made headlines after getting into an altercation with a fellow Delta Airlines passenger while attempting to exit the plane on a flight to LAX. Video shows the attendant intervening and Banks calling him a “fucking faggot.”
Banks took to Twitter to defend herself after the backlash.
Banks, who identifies as bisexual and has a history of creating controversy by using the word “faggot,” took issue with the focus on her words and not on what happened to her on the plane.
There are always rumors spreading on Facebook about the social network changing its rules. But don’t believe everything your friends post. Here are a few myths you’ve probably heard over the years, plus the (gasp!) truth.
Myth: Facebook owns whatever you post.
The following status and variations have been popping up on Facebook for years, but lately the status is regaining popularity among those who don’t understand Facebook’s Terms of Service:
Truth: Facebook doesn’t own anything that you post.
Posting the above status doesn’t change Facebook’s Terms of Service, which you agreed to when you signed up for the site. Facebook’s Terms do not say that the company owns what you post, and even if it did, posting that status wouldn’t change that.
What the Terms actually say is that by posting something to Facebook (depending on your privacy settings), you agree to let the site use your content. You still own the content, though.
Myth: People can tell when you’ve looked at their profile.
Truth: Nobody can see when you view their page.
End of story. “Facebook doesn’t let people track who views their profile,” the site says in its help section. “Third-party apps also can’t provide this functionality.”
Myth: Facebook is going to start charging users.
Every so often, people express concern about Facebook asking for money. While there are a few features you can pay for — like sending a private message to someone you’re not friends with — people worry that the site will start charging for a regular profile or for more privacy.
Truth: Facebook has pledged never to charge.
“We will always keep Facebook a free service for everyone,” is Facebook’s official statement.
When in doubt, check Facebook’s Terms of Service.