Is this feud real or just some sort of extended prank?
“Why would you post such a mean pic on insta when you send your body guards to ask me for pictures every time we are at shows together?” Iggy asked Snoop Dogg via Twitter.
So Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea got INTO IT yesterday on Twitter and Instagram!
Shots fired — and it didn’t even take an hour.
Psy has performed “Gangnam Style” all over the world. Well, everywhere except South Korea’s Gangnam district, which was the inspiration for the track. That is until today (June 18).
Last night on MTV, Sheeran showed he wasn’t afraid to try his hand at some of the more well known hip-hop tracks from DJ Khaled, R. Kelly and Jay Z.
The concept of a hangover that entails little to no memory of the night before is a tried and occasionally true concept, something that helped make first Hangover film (and to an extent its sequels) such smash hits.
“Gangnam Style” is the first music video to hit the 2 billion mark on YouTube.
Chris Hardwick may have some competition in the cable series wrap-up show game; the host of “Talking Dead” (which recaps AMC’s Walking Dead) and “Talking Bad” (which did the same for the late series Breaking Bad) might sweat a bit if he happened to catch Snoop Dogg and Seth Rogen’s summary of the latest episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones. (And it’s likely that he did catch it, as his Nerdist blog suggested that “Snoop Dogg and Seth Rogen need to recap Game of Thrones All. The. Time.” Hardwick is the CEO of Nerdist Industries, which is actually a thing).
The backlash against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling after racist comments were revealed over the weekend has been swift and decisive, with such music superstars as Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg and Meek Mill making statements denouncing the franchise boss.