RZA took to social media on Thursday to break his silence on the fight that went down between Azealia Banks and Russell Crowe, last Saturday.
“Peace. Normally I don’t respond to negative social media attacks towards me. Yet in this case of Azealia Banks I’m compelled to respond,” he said, while giving his account of what happened in the actor’s suite at the Beverly Hills Hotel. “Firstly I only wish the best for her and any struggling artist in this complex industry. Azealia was brought to my attention while I was casting my next Film Coco. I heard the rumors of her problems in the industry but disregarded them with the rationality everyone is innocent until proven guilty. So my producer and I fought for her to be in the film and we succeeded.”
Problems continue to mount for Katt Williams. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the police have launched a criminal investigation with the comedian and actor as the target, after he was captured on video fighting a teenager.
Katt throws a punch at the kid, and from there they start fighting – with the end result being Katt on the ground in a headlock.
On Sunday night’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, viewers got a look into the fight between Cynthia Bailey and Porsha Williams. It all started with Cynthia feeling that Porsha was addressing her in a disrespectful manner when using the word b*tch, instead of it being used as a term of endearment as it often is.
During a recent chat with Bravo, Cynthia weighed in on the fight, admitting that she “may have misjudged Porsha’s intentions and overreacted.” She says that maybe she should have kept quiet, and just kicked back with the ladies and watched the fireworks.
Prior to Season 8 of Real Housewives of Atlanta kicking off, reports hit the net that Porsha Williams was kicked in the stomach by Cynthia Bailey, during an argument on a boat — and the episode where it all went down aired last night.
During a clip shared from the show by Bravo, the women get into an argument about how the word “B*tch” was meant to be taken when Porsha was responding to Cynthia. Although it’s quite often used as a term of endearment amongst the women, Cynthia says, she also states that it’s used quite disrespectfully — and she feels that when Porsha used it towards her she was being disrespectful.
Diddy will not be charged with a felony in the UCLA incident from last month, as the L.A. County D.A. rejected the case – reports TMZ.
The L.A. City Attorney, however, could file misdemeanor charges against him. The D.A. disposed of the case in a day, which means it was a weak felony charge – now the decision will be made by the City Attorney on if it warrants prosecution for a lesser offense.
Diddy is speaking out on the altercation between him and UCLA coach, Sal Alosi, on Monday.
Diddy was arrested, and has since been released on bond. Although details surrounding the event remain unclear, according to TMZ the music mogul allegedly attacked Alosi with a kettlebell, after going to his office to speak with him about “riding his son Justin Combs, during practice, and “screaming intensely at him.”
Diddy and Drake came to blows at a LIV nightclub in Miami this past weekend, and it looks like there’s some truth in reports that the brawl was over music rights to a song.
Footage obtained by TMZ, shows Diddy on the stage at Story nightclub in Miami Beach, back in June. While performing with Mase, he told the crowd , “I’ma play this next beat. I gave that shit to this ni–a, this ni–a stole this sh-t from me. But, at the end of the day sh-t is still hard” – before playing Drake’s version of the track.
As celebs took to Miami over the weekend, attending the 13th edition of Art Basel, things got a little heated at DJ Khaled’s birthday bash at Club LIV – when a fight went down between Drake and Diddy.
MTV News was able to confirm the fight with a source who witnessed the incident, plus Rick Ross’ DJ, Sam Sneaker, jumped on Twitter with a few details: