The Taylor Swift-Kanye West beef just won't die. Not only does Swift keep a framed photo of the infamous 2009 MTV Video Music Awards incident in her house, but fellow stars can't seem to shut up about it four years later.
Case in point: West's BFF, Jay-Z. Jigga references the incident once more in his track for 'The Great Gatsby' soundtrack, '100$ Bill.'
Kanye West is a huge grab for 'Saturday Night Live,' but the show is notorious for skewering his future baby mama, Kim Kardashian. They were scared of making him angry with their parodies, but still wanted to see if he'd participate in some sketches.
A compromise? Having Kardashian appear with him on the show!
Kanye West believes he is firmly supporting baby mama Kim Kardashian by flying in from Paris, where he is working on his new album and fashion line, in order to attend her doctor's appointments. Nothing like flying in to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars to prove your commitment and dedication, as opposed to say, being there all day, every day, like a normal father-to-be.
All hail the Windy City! Hip-hop and pop stars from Chicago have put the city on the map just as much as its famous pizza, sports alumni (hello, Michael Jordan!) and skyline have. (Not to mention some guy you may have heard of named Barack Obama.)
From our "Completely Unnecessary But Totally Hilarious" file is Ray J's new diss track single 'I Hit It First,' which celebrates his claim to fame. The singer is the first dude to be with Kim Kardashian (on camera, at least) and thereby helped create her cult of personality, thanks to the sex tape the two made. No one knew who she was before that. So we have him to blame for the countless reality shows. In the song, he also takes shots at Kanye West, the father of Double K's unborn baby.