The TNT community has a brand new present titled Drop the Mic, which options celebrities going toe-to-toe in a freestyle battle. Hosted by legendary rapper Method Man and prime mannequin Hailey Beiber, the present permits well-known mates and foes to spit their hottest verses in a number of rounds. Lala Anthony and Mel B. not too long ago made an look on Drop the Mic to battle it out over who had the higher rhymes.
"It's essential that I say one factor off the bat, Mel B. is an icon I will admit that," Anthony began. "The Spice Girls have been enormous, had hits that have been constant, however you have been nothing greater than Victoria's assistant." She goes on to say, "What's up with that look Mel? Are you even tryin'? I assumed you have been Scary Spice, not Terrifyin'."
Lala's diss was met with oohs and ahhs from the viewers, naturally, earlier than Mel B. took her flip to take a jab on the basketball spouse. "Lala was once a VJ so right me if I am mistaken, however all she ever did was introduce my hit music. She was so god terrible in case you bear in mind, due to her MTV stopped taking part in movies ceaselessly." Mel B. even took some pot pictures at Lala's husband Carmelo, saying that he can not seem to get an NBA Championship ring.
These varieties of exhibits are created to carry the laughs, however issues received a tad, effectively, awkward because the freestyle battle rounds go on. What began off as enjoyable and video games takes slightly little bit of a flip because the punchlines get extra private, however we're positive that these two hugged it out backstage. Hopefully. In the top, one was topped the winner, and whereas Method Man praised Mel B. for her effort, he awarded Lala because the champ.
Eddie Murphy & Daughter Angel Hugging In Newly-Surfaced Photo
As mentioned yesterday, custody battles are messy; and this one has been a rollercoaster. During a custody battle for his step-daughter Angel, Stephen Belafonte said that her biological father, Eddie Murphy is "not interested" in being present in the young girl's life. This was a statement during the on-going fallout between Belafonte and his ex-wife, Mel B. It turns out that the statement was untrue.
The custody battle appears to have brought out the worst in the involved parties. After Mel B tried to distance Belafonte from Angel, he took matters to court. However, after his comments on Murphy were made public, a photo surfaced the comedian and his daughter. The father and daughter look happy in a closely-cropped photo, most-likely to maintain privacy.
This photo isn't dated either. Judging from Angel's hairstyle, this is a fairly recent encounter. Mel B unveiled the hair through a photo on Instagram with the caption, "My baby girl Angel is loving loving loving her colorful braids yipppeee thank you Lashantay your the best." We're glad the news surrounding Murphy was untrue, and he was merely avoiding the conflict Mel and Stephen in court.
Eddie Murphy "Not Interested" In Daughter Angel, Says Stepfather Stephen Belafonte
Custody battles aren't known to be a great sight. In particular, Mel B and ex-husband, Stephen Belafonte are having troubles regarding visitation rights. Belafonte wants to freely see his step-daughter, Angel, whose biological father is comedian, Eddie Murphy.
Despite DNA tests, Eddie denied Angel was his daughter. Belafonte was present in her life since she was born and said she, "called me 'dad' since she started to talk." This legal drama has cause Belafonte to speak out on Eddie saying, he's "not interested" in reconciling with the daughter. Many parties attempted to get Murphy to attend the hearing, but the comedian avoided it altogether.
Mel B and Stephen have been clashing for a while now. Stephen previously won joint custody their daughter, Madison. Mel B requested that she wanted to keep the proceedings from becoming "a media circus for an innocent little girl." Unfortunately, word is out, and with Murphy's distance from the matter, it raises more questions. These matters are best resolved as quickly as possible, as it's bound to be difficult for the children.