Orlando Brown Claims He Had A Sexual Relationship With Nick Cannon
When we last checked in on former That's So Raven star and occasional rapper Orlando Brown he was wandering around with no shoes and boxed wine. The time before that he was hiding in a closet from bounty hunters.
So you have to take what he says with a grain of salt. What he just said is that Nick Cannon performed oral sex on him possibly while dressed as a woman.
"Fine, I say it. I let Nick suck my d*ck. I liked it, it was OK. Nick you sucked my d*ck. But everyone know you did it as a female," Brown said, giggling.
You buying that at all? And do you think this will one day be in an Eminem bar?
Cam’Ron Speaks On Backing Suge Knight Down When He Came At Him For Money
In his Purple Haze 2 cut "Fast Lane," Cam'ron tells a tale of backing Suge Knight down after the Death Row boss came at him at the club in Los Angeles and demanded money for a 2Pac sample he had used.
Cam elaborated on the incident in a Shade 45 interview. [Jump to ten minutes.]
"So [Suge] comes over ... and he's like 'you owe my some money, you used that 2Pac beat and that's my beat,'" Suge told Cam'ron, who then explained to Suge that Daz Dillinger had given him the beat.
Suge reiterated that it was his beat and not Daz's to give, and then told Cam he "f*cks n*ggas up who don't give me money."
"I f*ck n*ggas up too," Cam said he shot back. "So what we doin', what's poppin?' And [Suge] was like 'You know what, it ain't even no big deal, we all good.' And that was the end of the story ... He probably thought we'd be intimated and pray on that. And I wasn't intimidated. It's something we could have handled business-wise. But just three in the morning outside of the club in L.A. It was more of street situation and we with that. If it was business he could of called me tomorrow we could have handled it the right way. To be honest, he didn't even trip after that, he just walked away.
Martin Lawrence Reacts To Kendrick Lamar Walking Out of Interview Because Of ‘Martin’
Back when Kendrick Lamar was K.Dot he walked right out of a Karmaloop interview because the lady with the mic didn't know the 90s sitcom Martin.
Martin Lawrence is on his press run for Bad Boys For Life and when he hit Jimmy Fallon, Fallon played him the almost eight-year-old clip in which Kendrick explains that after the interview he was going to watch Martin and then has to end the chat right then and there because he gets asked: "What's Martin?"
Jump to 5 minutes.
"That's the end of her career," Martin said happily after seeing Kendrick ride for him by walking out.
Here's the original interview with K.Dot and Ab-Soul.
Nick Cannon Comes For Eminem’s Stans On ‘Used To Look Up To You’
Nick Cannon can't quit Eminem. After back to back to back Shady disses without a lyrical response from the man himself, Cannon lashes out at the Stans who Stan for Em on his new track, the comically auto-tuned "Used To Look Up You".
N*ggas out here tweetin' like they been a savage
Dick ridin' lil' Marshall Mathers
Had to put on my turban like I'm Aladdin
N*ggas out here cappin', Black Lives Matter
50 Cent says he told Eminem to ignore Cannon because Nick can't stop scoring own-goals.
You can’t argue with a fool,” 50 explained. “When you understand that a person is not registering even when they’re losing, then the argument goes forever. So you should just stop.”
Is this more foolishness from Nick? (Or perhaps it is all some kind of next-level troll project that we aren't evolved enough to understand.)
Facebook Begins Rolling Out New Desktop Design & Dark Mode
Facebook is getting a glow up in 2020 — and it’s coming sooner than you think!
According to a new report, the platform’s all-new redesigned look for desktop is expected by springtime. The update features a clean, organized look with more white space and brighter icons — or users can opt for dark mode.
The roll out has already begun and some are getting the chance to test out the new design firsthand. This “small percentage” of users can access what the company calls “The New Facebook” starting now.
For the time being, Facebook will still allow users who have agreed to the redesigned website to switch back to the standard version. The social media giant is also asking for feedback, whether it’s reported bugs or general thoughts.