Nicki Minaj is being sued by Tracy Chapman for stealing her song. Earlier this year, Nicki recorded a song with Nas allegedly using a sample from Tracy’s hit song “Baby Can I Hold You.” Tracy claims Nicki made multiple requests to use the music, but Tracy rejected her every time. Funkmaster Flex got his hands on the song, leaked it on the radio, and the song went viral!
Nicki’s team tried to make the song disappear but the damage was done. Tracy is now suing Nicki to ban her from ever releasing the song, and an undisclosed amount of money.
Megyn Kelly found herself in a lot of hot water. On her show yesterday, Megyn was talking about Halloween costumes becoming too politically correct. Megyn felt there was nothing wrong with dressing in blackface on Halloween.
Megyn issued an apology to her colleagues. “I realize now that such behavior is indeed wrong, and I am sorry. The history of blackface in our culture is abhorrent; the wounds too deep.” Her apology wasn’t enough for some of her NBC colleagues, including Al Roker, who spoke out this morning.
The following story may not be true, but rumors are that friends and family are very worried about Hayden Panettiere. They think Hayden is drinking too much and acting out since splitting up with her fiancé and father of her three year old daughter.
Hayden and former fiancé boxer Vladimir dated for nine years and split in August. Their three year old daughter Kaya lives mainly with Vladimir in Ukraine.
Hayden is now dating a new guy named Brian Hickerson. They met through mutual friends.
Meanwhile, Hayden is allegedly barefoot and messy, and was cut off at a restaurant for having too many Long Island iced teas.
Who doesn’t love a good court show? Well, it was just announced there’s a new judge coming to daytime TV: Jerry Springer!
The show is called “Judge Jerry.” Jerry will wear a judge’s robe, and preside over small claim cases and render a verdict. Jerry is a former attorney, news anchor, and politician.
“Judge Jerry” premieres next fall.
La Toya Jackson’s company was sued over unpaid rent, and now she’s being forced to pay up. La Toya’s entertainment company allegedly didn’t pay their $11,000 per month rent for years. La Toya’s reportedly been blowing off the lawsuit for a while now.
Now, a judge has ordered Latoya to pay $360,000 to cover rent, attorney fees, and damages.