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T.O. Speaks About Black Women+MC Hammer's Cousin Speaks About Twitter Rape Charge

RUMOR CONTROL: Jay-Z Will Be In O Magazine, Not On "The Oprah Show"


Gayle King called Oprah during her radio show to discuss O and Jay-Z parlaying in the Marcy Pro

Usher's Dishing On Divorce In New Album?+ATL Housewives Updates+Game Is A Mess

News from Splitsville: Usher will reportedly be including his tumultuous divorce from Tameka Raymond on his upcoming album Monster.  According to Hollyscoop, in his new album he has a song entitled, "Filing Papers," which is undoubtedly about his pending divorce. He says: "We're just recycling a lot of what we do or at times what has been done, so there’s been so many great artists who have been able to tell stories. I kind of grabbed on to a few of my personal stories and put it in my music grabbed on to some of the emotion of the past, you know what a classic R&B Usher pop record is." Well this ought to be interesting.

An ATL Housewife  Kandi is back at it. She's spoken out again and she says rumors of her replacing Paula Abdul on "AI" are untrue. She also says she still believes NeNe did call her a "weak ass woman" despite NeNe claiming she never said it in that interview that sparked an all out war between the two on an ATL radio station: During taping, I pretty much got along with everyone. It wasn't until the end that Nene and I started clashing," she explained. "My thing with NeNe is she portrays herself to be this real chick, but she really is not. She's fake to me, but she is always saying stuff about people, and she tries to take it back or play it down later on." And Kandi is also still defending her fiance AJ and won't answer whether he's ever been a street pharmacist: I feel very bad that he is catching so much heat for just being in a relationship with me, because he didn't sign on to the show I did," she said. "And I feel bad for him and his kids. The kids come over here all the time. A lot of them are older and they are on the Internet and seeing the things being said about their father. I felt horrible, [but] there is nothing I can really do about it." "He is financially stable and has his own money and he has a lot of businesses that I know of. I see things that he is doing that are legit, so as far as speculating on what went on before me, he has shown me legit stuff. I don't want to go off into all of that, but it is what it is." Catch the rest of the story over at Black Voices. Speaking of the Housewives, we've got some sneak peeks from this week's episode. This week, Dwight (aka the sixth housewife) plans an extravagant 50th birthday bash for himself and proves to be a huge divo day-of with all of the last minute details. Kandi meets up with TLC's T-Boz for lunch where Kandi divulges the situation with her fiancé’s numerous "baby mamas":

More ish when you read the rest...

MORNING TIDBITS: Jada, J.D., Blonde Kim K., & Whitney

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Jermaine Dupri is putting Def Jam on blast. After his sudden departure as President of the label a few months back, people were wondering what the real reason for his leaving was. And now he's talking and calling Def Jam a "sinking ship":
"They [weren't] prepared for a person like myself," he explained. "They [were] basically out for themselves. I never was on a team like that. I was always on a team that was supportive of what I wanted to do and this time it was more like 'we need you to do this.' People know me to create new artists [and to] continuously come with new people. Once I realized I was basically on my own in that building, I said 'it's time for me to get out of here.' I saw the decline of Def Jam and I was just like 'I don't want to be a part of a sinking ship.'...[There's] definitely hard feelings because I'm not cool with people stunting my growth. I'm a person that keeps growing. Everybody knows the history of Jermaine Dupri. Everybody knows what I've done from day one from one group to the next, it was all new artists and you have to continue doing that. If you get in the way of that you stunt that growth. They [have] bigger problems to deal with, I mean I'm not running around like 'f*ck Def Jam!' I'm just saying I would not really deal with them ever again... It feels like it's a resurgence of independent labels...It just feels like the right thing for me."
Hmmm. Sounds like some B.S. was going down over at Def Jam. Guess time will tell if they can stay afloat...

Jada Pinkett and Will Smith must have that good good.  Because homegirl will not atop talking about their sex life.  In a recent interview with Good Housekeeping, she says:
My husband and I always make time for sex! Always! No matter how busy we are. And if I told you the places! You would not even believe! It's crazy the risks that we take, but that's what keeps it so much fun. It's been eye-opening how much the connection between my husband and me has deepened. I never thought that I'd be married to anybody, and I surely never thought that I'd be married to anybody as long as I've been married to him. And I plan on being married to him for the rest of my life.
Sweet. More when you read the rest...

Jay-Z's BluePrint 3 Cover+Soulja Boy's Black Diamonds & Lambo


Here's the Jay-Z BluePrint 3 album cover posted up on the Jay-Z site right now.  Didn't say anything about it being the final official one but I guess we'll find out soon.  Interesting.
And if you thought you'd seen all the Youtubery you could stand from Soulja Boy...there's more:

Drake Updates His Fans+Chris Rock's "Good Hair"


The official trailer for Chris Rock's new film "Good

Nas: I Deserve A Trophy!