Celebrity Scoop – 09/11/2018


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Nicki Minaj has addressed her recent altercation with Cardi B at the Harper’s Bazaar ICONS party during New York Fashion Week on Friday (September 8th). During the latest episode of Nicki’s Queen Radio show on Beats 1, she spoke on the incident and said, “The other night, I was part of something so mortifying and so humiliating to go through in front of a bunch upper echelon… people who have their life together. The way they passed by looking at this disgusting commotion. I was mortified.” She added, “I could not believe how humiliated it all felt because we—and I use we loosely, and I’ma clarify we—how we made ourselves look.” 

Nicki denied ever speaking ill of Cardi’s daughter, Kulture, which is said to be the reason behind the altercation. Nicki said, [“I would never discuss anyone’s child and it’s so sad for someone to pin that on me because I’m the bad guy and they know people would believe them. I would never talk about anyone’s child or parenting. I don’t care about anyone’s parenting. I don’t give a sh*t. It’s so crazy to me that people always need to make Onika the bad guy. Onika Tanya Maraj would never, has never, and will never speak ill of anyone’s child. I am not a clown. That’s clown sh*t.”]

Nicki later played a clip of Cardi from an interview with THE FADER, where she said that “nothing was off limits,” even when talking about children. In the clip, Cardi said, “I am my mother’s kid. Nothing is off limits.” 

Nicki even accused Cardi of payola and sleeping with DJs to get her records played. On the show, the rapper said, “Who are you angry at, sweetheart? Do you know what it’s like to sit in your room for hours writing raps? You came into my f**king culture. I never had to f**k a DJ to play my songs.” Nicki also said that Cardi built her career off of “sympathy” and “payola.”

She then said, “I’m not a b*tch in the strip club & I’m not a b*tch on a reality show.” Nicki later added, “You put your hands on certain people and you gonna die.”

Later on in the show, Nicki had a guest call in named Clarissa, who shared her experience of being cyber bullied by Cardi on Instagram back in 2014. During the exchange, Cardi allegedly referred to Clarissa’s dead child as a “monkey.” After hanging up from the caller, Nicki said, [“Calling a dead child a monkey but telling people somebody talked about your child that nobody talked about your motherf**king child so you can get some f**king sympathy points?! Now we’re gonna get it in. Now we going to get into some things because I’m tired of people f**king lying on me. So we gonna get into some things. You want to talk about stopping bags but there’s two innocent girls in the strip club right now that did nothing but go to the strip club and get money. Now they can’t get no money. Now who’s stopping bags? Because you got grown a** f**king men showing up to where they at and where they work at. They can’t feed they kids. They can’t feed they f**king family. They can’t feed they f**king family because you mad at what another man sticking his d*ck inside of. You mad at a woman for what a man is doing!”]

Nicki continued, [“She refers to you black women, we got the receipts for that too, she refers to you black woman as monkeys and roaches. Roaches! These are the women going hard for her. The roaches. When the lights go out. They scramble. We roaches child. Black women is roaches now child. We roaches. Be clear. So there are two beautiful women right now who have been accused of sleeping with whoever they slept with. They were allegedly attacked and cut up everywhere. But not by women. By men! You sending men to beat on women!”]

On another note, Remy Ma — who has publicly beefed with Nicki in the past, has weighed in on Cardi and Nicki’s altercation on Joe Budden’s new Revolt show, State Of The Culture. Rem said, “Let’s be clear—there really wasn’t a fight.” She added, “People need to stop talking crazy. Stop talking crazy, stop tweeting crazy, stop talking all this Instagram banging.”


Lady Gaga was moved to tears at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival after she was praised for her performance in A Star Is Born.

Gaga was with the film’s director and costar Bradley Cooper as well as other cast members at a Q&A panel at TIFF Sunday.

The singer plays Ally, a struggling artist who has given up on her dream of becoming a singer until seasoned musician Jackson Maine (Cooper) convinces her to try again.

Gaga praised her cast members and Cooper for putting “every last drop of blood from their heart and their veins on set every single day,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

She broke down in tears when Lukas Nelson – son of Willie Nelson and co-writer of songs on the film – told her, “You just destroyed every single scene you were in.” The words caused the audience to break into applause which instantly drew a standing ovation.

THR’s Chris Gardner was there and posted several clips from the Q&A.


Mike Posner is back with his first new song in over two years, releasing “Song About You,” the first single off his upcoming as-yet-untitled album. The song paints a picture of a relationship gone sour.

“It was good to make this song because of all the angst that was inside me,” Mike says in a statement. “What do you do with that angst? I put it in a song. Then I don’t have to throw it on another human or on myself.”

He adds, “You can only hope someone feels a sense of beauty or connection out of your suffering – that’s the highest goal as an artist.”

Mike announced the new song on Instagram, along with a video clip that indicates he’s ushering in a new era with this new music. Shown is the giant paper-mâché head he wore in the “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” video going up in flames, as a bearded Mike sits calmly nearby, meditating with his eyes closed.

THE CHAINSMOKERS SET TO CONTINUE LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY, TALK HATE: The Chainsmokers are so popular in Las Vegas the duo will continue their exclusive residency at Encore Beach and XS at Wynn Nightclub. The Chainsmokers kicked off their fall dates on September 7th. Meanwhile, Alex Paul and Drew Taggert have released a new video and want fans to tell them what they hate about them. Many fans have chimed in, saying “what is there to hate on” and that they hate the fact their songs make them “feel like I’m in love.” To go along with the video, the duo also dropped some life advice as well, writing: “At the end of the day it’s really just about being a good person. It doesn’t matter how you dress or what your hobbies are … It’s just about being a peaceful and compassionate person. That’s really it. Everything else is surface and irrelevant.”

JAMIE OLIVER CHASES DOWN HOME INTRUDER: Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is being toasted after he nabbed an intruder who invaded his home. He reportedly chased the suspect into the street, pinned him and waited for police to arrive. The 43-year-old lives on a tony street in Highgate, North London, near Kate Moss. The suspect reportedly tried to break into the model’s home before targeting his.