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50 Cent Calls Diddy A B*tch + Angela Bassett & Romeo Gear Up For New Movie Together

Diddy was recorded throwing possible shots at 50 Cent after the BET Awards and 50 just wouldn’t be 50 if he didn’t respond. He called Diddy a b*tch and took all sorts of shots at him.

The interview and info about Lil Romeo and Angela Bassett's new movie when you read on...

BITS: No D-Child Reunion+Prez O. Pops Off+Thandie Replaces Mimi

Mathew Knowles is denying the rumor that Beyonce is reuniting with Destiny's Step-Chil'ren for one last album. He says despite the rumors, and all women being "close", there will be no reunion album.


His statement and other ish when you read on...

Diddy Goes From "The Greek" To "Good Morning America"

Diddy's brand new movie Get Him To The Greek hit theaters today.  And how does the workaholic (he seems to almost be playing himself in the movie) celebrate?  By taking the Dirty Money girls on center stage for "Good Morning America" this morning.  Diddy, Dawn, and Kalenna performed and pubbed their upcoming album Last Train To Paris.   Did anybody else see Que singing backup?  WOMP!


And Diddy talked about being a funny guy in his new movie.  We've got more pics and video when you read on....

Tyler Perry Rakes In The Opening Weekend Millies

YBF Chicks Make Up For Colored Girls All Star Cast

MOVIE FAB: Jay-Z's NY-Z Absolute Documentary

VIDEO FAB: Whitney's "Nothing But Love" Tour Interview+Preview From Jay-Z's Documentary

Whitney Houston did an interview recently did an interview to talk about her upcoming "Nothing But Love" tour. And in one part, she spoke about how she feels the new artists have changed the game: “Music doesn’t change, people change the music; they become characters instead of really displaying their gifts,” she said. “If you look behind a lot of the people that are out there that are wearing these, you know, weird clothing–I’m not talking about anyone in particular, I’ve just seen for myself–there are some extremely gifted and talented young women and young men out there who don’t have to put on Halloween costumes, just be themselves. A little extravagance, a little flair, a little sexiness or a sultriness is cool, but some of them are very dark….” Music's past fashions vs. now: “But that was the ‘80's, I look at myself, I look at Madonna, I look at Prince, I look at Michael I look at all of us and I go, we had costumes. They weren’t scary, it was that we were performers, performing. Having artistry is one thing, but being dark and just you know, different weird stuff it’s not becoming. To me it’s not becoming at all.” Interesting. A snippet from Jay-Z's upcoming NY-Z documentary when you read the rest...