Kanye West has reportedly responded to Ray-J's new song "I Hit It First" -- where he is singing about having Kim Kardashian first. In the song, Ray J sings, "She might move on to rappers and ballplayers/ But we all know I hit it first. I had her head going North and her ass going South/ But now baby chose to go West/ ... No matter where she goes or who she knows/ She still belongs in my bed." He added, "If you were to come back to me, we'll make another movie. I put her on."
According to Hollywood Life, a source said that Kanye feels that Ray J is "whack" and "crazy" for putting the song out. Ye also feels that the song is a "publicity stunt." The source added, "Kanye don't condone broke a**, jealous [guys] who be trying to bite off he and Kim's fame just to stay, wait, just to become relevant. Tell him to call Ye when he gets to the $100-million mark. Cause guess what - Ye 'hit that' first."
Ray J is planning on releasing a video with a Kim K look-alike.
...and just in case you missed it...
Halle Berry is reportedly pregnant with her second child with fiance Olivier Martinez. According to TMZ, sources say that the actress is three months along and she is having a boy.
Halle has a 5-year-old daughter with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubrey.
Halle is 46 and Olivier is 47 years old.
Ciara has opened up about Rihanna -- saying that she has never really had an issue with her. The two got into a Twitter beef a few years back after Ciara mentioned on E! Fashion Police that she had ran into Rihanna and she wasn't really that nice to her. Then just recently, Rihanna's best friend Melissaposted a photo of herself and Rihanna appearing to be laughing at CiCi's singing.
In a Philly radio interview, when asked about her relationship with Rihanna, she said, "There is no relationship." On if she would say hello if she saw Rihanna out and about, she said, "I don't know. [...] I've never had an issue with her. So I don't know what it is, I can't figure it out and I guess I don't care to figure it out. I've always come from a place of love and support for her, ever since we hung out a little bit, so she's on whatever she's on and it is what it is. But whatever is supposed to happen will happen, no matter which way it goes."
and more gushing over Future....
On how she knew Future was the man for her, she said, "He is just a true gentleman like whether it's just naturally opening the door for you or like.... I never had to ask him to do that. I hope he doesn't kill me but just little things like he pays attention to the things you say. And then he and I are both Scorpios, so we share a lot of things [in common] and so when we are having conversations, a lot of things were really clicking and I'm like 'Yo!' I just felt it. I can't even explain everything but it was a combination of things because it can't just be one day, great conversation and then boom, like it was a series of events and experiences with a person. And again, it's the small things that really matter. [...] When people ask me what I like, I say 'I like a guy that can be tough on the outside but they have to have a heart on the inside' and the one thing you'll know about him is that he has a heart and he is just super cool."
Kelly Rowland thinks that silence is the best treatment when it comes to dealing with haters. In a radio interview, when asked what she thought about Keyshia Cole's tweets dissing Michelle's performance at the Superbowl and criticizing Beyonce's "Bow Down," she said, "I think the silence is the best power because you don't have to say nothing, they did all the talking. Keep talking. I don't think that it's important to fire back because you['re] just fueling the fire. I just think that you don't have to do that, we too grown for that stuff."
When asked what she thinks about people critiquing "Bow Down," she said, "When you understand who you are as a woman, you can accept the record."
Meanwhile, in an interview with Billboard, Kelly revealed that her new album Talk a Good Game will feature Beyonce and Michelle. She said, "It's not a Destiny's Child track, it's me featuring Beyoncé and Michelle."
The album hits stores on June 4th.
'Silence is the best power'...I couldn't agree more
A judge has ordered Chris Brown back to court in June over allegations that he failed to complete his 180 day community service sentence. According to The New York Daily News, prosecutors alleged that back in February that the singer failed to provide "credible, competent or verifiable evidence" that he finished his sentence.
The community service was part of his five year probationary sentence after he pleaded guilty for assaulting Rihanna back in 2009. Rihanna reportedly did not show up with him in court this time.
CHRIS SAYS COLLABORATING WITH RIHANNA IS 'EFFORTLESS'
In other news, in an interview with Hollywood Life, Chris Brown opened up about collaborating with Rihanna, saying, "It flows easy. What works with us is that we have similar ways of creating music." He added, "It's as effortless as can be."
The two have recently collaborated together on a song called "Put It Up" -- which may be included on his upcoming album.
Jay-Z and Beyonce have been blasted for their recent trip to Cuba for their fifth wedding anniversary. According to TMZ, Mauricio Claver-Carone, the DC director for the US Cuba Democracy PAC -- which is a group fighting for democracy in Cuba, has said that the couple should have educated themselves on the tortured that are happening in Cuba.
Mauricio explained, "There are women getting beaten on a daily basis, women who are being jailed for no reason ... people are fighting for their freedom. It's extremely insensitive."
US Citizens are banned from traveling to the island for tourism and are supposed to obtain a travel license from the US government.
Saw this comin...I think there had to be some business during this trip-Jay is a cigar affionado, maybe this was a vacay/fact finding mission.....