Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora have teamed up for the new music video for "Black Widow," taking heavy inspiration from Quentin Tarantino's 2003 Thurman-starring film Kill Bill, its 2004 sequel, and its highly anticipated third installment.
Ciara has called off her engagement to Future, multiple sources reveal in the new issue of Us Weekly. The "I'm Out" singer, 28, has called it quits with the rapper, 30, just three months after welcoming their son Future Zahir Wilburn.
"He cheated on her. Game over," an insider tells Us of the "Turn On the Lights" rapper. Another source adds: "She's devastated. Ciara's focus now is the baby."
The two met as early as 2006, Future said in an interview with Angie Martinez in 2013. During that first meeting, Future said, he predicted he’d be in a relationship with her eventually. Years later, the pair were reintroduced by their mutual label, Epic.
Together for more than a year, the duo got engaged on Ciara's birthday in October 2013. They were celebrating in New York City when Future surprised her with a stunning 15-carat diamond ring. She gave birth to their son seven months later, on May 19.
Word is that in spite of the engagement’s end, Ciara and Future may remain friends. Future’s had children with at least three women before Ciara, and the friend says that they’re all a part of a family, if a non-traditional one.
Future is currently in the studio working on his new project "Evol" (Love spelled backwards)
As more information evolves about the couples split, we will keep you updated.
The show that has kept us anxious is finally almost here. VH1 has released an extended sneak peek of the premiere. The show is set to premiere on the 18th of August.
The show delves into the lives of Atlanta ex wives to some of the biggest celebrities in the entertainment industry.
The cast consists of Christina Johnson (Cee-Lo's ex wife), Monyetta Shaw (Ne-Yo's ex fiancee), Tameka Raymond (Usher's ex wife), Torrei Hart (Kevin Hart's ex wife) and Sheree Buchanan (NFLer Ray Buchanan's ex wife.
In the first sneak episode we are introduced to all the ladies and their current situations.
Christina Johnson is ready to date again and Tameka Raymond still seems to be holding in the emotions of her divorce & the loss of her son. We also see an interesting living situation between Monyetta and her ex Ne-Yo; while Kevin Hart's ex wife, Torrei just wants to progress with her career. Sheree Buchanan is also moving forward with her life away from ex NFLer.
We won't give you too much. All we can say is, this is going to be one emotional roller coaster. Prepare for laughter,tears and even some drama.
As Trey Songz latest project "Trigga" nears it's release date for next Tuesday, a new release surfaces. This time Trey teams up with Young Money's own, Nicki Minaj for "Touchin', Lovin" Check out the sexy track below and share your thoughts.
Jeremy Meeks, the alleged gang member whose mugshot moistened a thousand panties when it hit Facebook yesterday, is also a Christian family man who walks the straight and narrow, according to his mom and sister.
Although Meeks has been charged with several felony counts of gun possession, his family says he's no longer in a gang, instead focusing on working and raising his son.
"Please help. My son was taken into custody on his way to work.
He is a working man with a son. He is being stereotyped due to old tattoos," Katherine Angier wrote on a fundraiser page for Meeks's bail, which has been set at $900,000.
Meeks's sister told TMZ the reason he had a gun in his trunk was "because he used to be in a gang and needs to protect himself."
She added that he's been a practicing Christian for the past 7 years.
In a local news interview from jail, Meeks casually mentioned his wife. TMZ reports they've been married 4 years and have a 3-year-old son together.
Meeks previously served a 9-year sentence for grand theft, and acquired a teardrop tattoo that he says signifies some bad decisions in his past.
Via TMZ: Jay Z was ferociously assaulted by Beyonce's sister Solange who was wildly kicking and swinging at him inside an elevator and the attack was captured on surveillance video ... obtained by TMZ.
According to our sources, it all went down at a Met Gala after party last week at the Standard Hotel in NYC. In the video ... Jay Z, Beyonce and Solange step into the elevator ... and then Solange goes crazy, screaming at Jay before unleashing a violent attack.
A large man -- who appears to be a bodyguard -- attempts to hold Solange back, but she manages to connect at least 3 times. At one point Solange throws a kick and Jay grabs her foot, but never attempts to strike her. Beyonce stands by without getting physically involved.
It's unclear what triggered the fight.
And this is interesting. When you look closely, you see the bodyguard hit the emergency stop switch on the 12th floor -- mid fight -- presumably to keep the fight private.
All three walked out of the building together -- Solange looks pissed -- but while Bey and Solange get in one car ... security walks Jay to a different one.
Not only did Beyoncé release a surprise visual album with videos for every iTunes-crashing track, but now she’s gone and made an alternate video for the Beyoncé bonus video “Grown Woman.” Like she sings: She’s a grown woman. She can do whatever she wants.
The alternate video for the Timbaland-produced track takes Beyoncé’s original concept for her video pairing home movies with her grown-up self and transforms it by adding exuberantly animated doodles and extra bling while still leaving baby Bey and cute Kelly Rowland lip-syncing.
Check out the funky (yes we said, funky) visual below. We also included the original so you can compare the two.