On Sunday night, P.Diddy and J. Cole went at it at the VMA after-party hosted by the entrepreneur and Jay-Z. The celebration was held at PH-D rooftop lounge in lower Manhattan, and was attended by top artists such as Pharell Williams, Rihanna, Drake, Justin Timberlake and J.Cole.
Drama started after J.Cole said somethings to Diddy and his girlfriend, Cassie, the NY Post reports. Whatever J. Cole said to Cassie, Diddy did not like it. Diddy got angry, and there were shoves as bottles ended up on the ground and partygoers were knocked over. “We were all dancing and the fight breaks out, and it happened so quickly and bottles were crashing everywhere, and everyone was screaming. People got pushed into bottles,” a guest told the New York Daily News.
On Tuesday, P.Diddy took to Twitter to address the situation, saying that the altercation was not physical, which various reports claimed. “I usually don’t address rumors but I got too much respect for my bro @JColeNC. We are friends. We just yell in public sometimes LOL #Fam,” he wrote.
But Jay-Z allegedly had to yell at the two artists and told them to stop fighting. “It was mayhem. Beyoncé was yelling to stop and Jay Z was separating people and getting people away from Bey,” another source said. Regardless of whether or not the fight became physical, it seems the two artists have moved on.
Rumors have been flying about NSYNC possibly doing a reunion performance and this years MTV VMA. I mean, who wouldnt want a performance by one of the coolest boy bands of days past? But now, Lance Bass has made a statment to put those rumors to rest. In an exclusive statement to a SirusXM radio station, Lance said (very vaguely) that after 11 years, NSYNC will not be performing at the MTV VMA’s but Justin will be receiving a Michael Jackson Vanguard Award (which sparked rumors of the performance). Sorry Ladies of the 90’s — looks like its not happening. Lance was not very forthcoming, but sources at MTV say they WILL reunite for a performance…I guess we will have to just wait and see.
Do you think they will be reuniting? Do you want to see an NSYNC performance at the VMA’s? Leave your thoughts in the comments!
Full Transcript here:
Here is a transcript of his full statement:
“Now I have the address the rumors, of course. This morning I woke up to a lot of rumors flying that the *NSYNC reunion is happening after 11 years at the VMAs this Sunday. Well, let me tell you how this all came about. Justin Timberlake is getting the Michael Jackson [Video] Vanguard Award this Sunday at the Awards, so of course people are going to automatically think that we’re going to be there performing, but this is exactly how it happened and I knew these rumors were going to fly. But we all came down here [to Miami] — except J.C. [Chasez], J.C. stayed in California, he had to work — but … Joey [Fatone], Chris [Kirkpatrick] and myself went to go see Justin’s last show with Jay Z at the stadium last Friday and I even took a picture of it, it’s on my Instagram… really fun. And, of course, I think that’s what started the rumor that there’s going to be this big reunion. … It’s amazing to see the reaction out there, on Twitter and social media, of how many people really are supporting *NSYNC. It’s just so nice to see because, you know, when we ended things 10 years ago, there was no social media, so, I mean, there was no Twitter fans, that type of stuff. But it’s so cute to see how many people are supporting it, *NYSNC was even trending.”
Justin Bieber posted a picture to his Instagram account last night hanging with Jay Z and Kevin Hart. Bieber captioned the photo “Chilling with the boys” and proceeded to call the 43-year-old millionaire musician entrepreneur “J”.
Will J ever do a song with the Biebs, I guess we going to have to wait and find out!
Kendrick’s verse was more like play fighting than real beef. But when you think about it rap beef been around since the begin and gotten more serious as time past. Here is ten of the greatest rap beefs ever, Click the link below to see the top 10 countdown.
The cover for “Magna Carta… Holy Grail” by Jay Z, who turned “Picasso Baby,” a song on the album, into a piece of performance art last month.
Was it really a performance-art event, or just a glorified plug for his new album?
Probably some of both. In July, hip-hop monster Jay Z took over New York’s Pace Gallery for several hours to stage a marathon version of “Picasso Baby,” a single from his album “Magna Carta… Holy Grail” produced by Timbaland & J-Roc ,which was released last month.
The singer billed the gallery event as a performance-art piece, and the crowd included artist Marina Abramovic, director Judd Apatow and actors Alan Cumming, Rosie Perez and Taraji P.
Mark Romanek, a music-video veteran, fashioned a short documentary of the event, which ran on HBO last week. For art scene-sters who don’t subscribe to the premium cable channel, Jay Z has uploaded the short movie to YouTube.
“Piccaso Baby” riffs on the performer’s appetite for collecting art, including his desire for works by Jeff Koons, Mark Rothko and others.
Jay Z is going strong and still building his empire! Roc Nation!
What you think about this move Jay did?