Ciara has dropped her defamation lawsuit against Future. TMZ reports that the singer’s lawyer, Larry Stein, just filed legal documents dismissing the remaining libel claim she filed in response to negative comments Future posted about her.
According to the site, to win a defamation lawsuit, one has to prove financial suffering, and being that Ciara is actually making more money now than before Future’s comments, she has no damages.
After posting a brief preview of his star-studded “Do You Mind” video, DJ Khaled debuts the full clip – featuring Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih and Rick Ross.
The visuals kick off with Khaled at odds with his woman, played by Bernice Burgos, over all the time he spends away from her. She tells him she’s done with him, as he lets her know that he’s getting to the money when he’s out. He makes it up to her throughout the clip with ATV rides, pool time and a chat with her to close out the vid.
Gearing up for the release of his new album, Hard II Love, Usher keeps the visuals coming. The latest finds him linking with fellow ATLien, Future, for “Rivals.”
The “No Limit” crooner takes it back home to Atlanta for the clip, rolling a shiny, black old school whip through the familiar streets. The duo connects at a barbecue and also hits the club – all the while dropping lyrics about “dirty love.”
DJ Khaled nabs an all star lineup for his new song, “Do You Mind,” – featuring Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih and Rick Ross.
Nicki takes the lead on the Lil Jon “Lovers and Friends”-sampled track, and after contributions from the fellas – she helps close out the song, singing a verse.
With less than a month until he and Drake kick off their Summer Sixteen tour, Future covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone.
Inside the issue, the “Where Ya At” rapper opens up about Ciara – from their split to the tension between them since parting ways. He also talks why it upset him to see Ciara’s fiancé, Russell Wilson, with his son, Future Zahir, his love for lean and his appreciation for Miami, where he says the women are plentiful.
As promised, DJ Khaled‘s Jay Z and Future-assisted, “I Got the Keys,” made its premiere following the BET Awards. Hov laces the song with a couple of verses, while Future handles the hook.
Jay Z raps on the track:
Real life I’m like HOV. Real life I’m life goals. In real life they’re like me? In real life I’m like, “No.” My swag different, that bag different. My wife Beyoncé, I brag different. My baby Blue, I dream in color. That’s too much flavor, I don’t rap to suckas.
Future has dropped his lawsuit against Ciara, because he’s getting more time with their son, Future Zahir – reports TMZ.
The site says that sources close to the rapper say he wants to smooth things over at being granted joint custody of their two-year-old son. Future reportedly is worried that going after Ciara in court will lead to her continuing in her efforts to restrict his custodial rights, and he says his son is more important than a court judgment.
Usher, Future and Bryson Tiller have been added to he list of performers set to rock the 2016 BET Awards.
Hosted by Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, the 16th annual BET Awards will performances by Alicia Keys and Maxwell — and Sheila E., The Roots, D’Angelo and Janelle Monae have all been announced as the first artists to be part of the special celebration paying homage to iconic singer, Prince.