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Fighting at the Dollhouse?: Kashdoll & Asian Doll Get into it and Nicki Minaj Tries to Step In

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Nicki Minaj is trying to use Queen Radio to send rappers Kashdoll and Asian Doll to freedom. Last night Kashdoll and Asian Doll got into it over Asian Doll saying she’d body Kashdoll and Dreamdoll in a collab.

Kashdoll responded to a fan’s retweet of Asian Doll’s tweet saying she’s “SOUNDING DUMBER THAN SHE LOOK.”

Then she made another tweet talking to the female rapper, Molly Brazy, saying that Asian Doll isn’t even in her tax bracket.

That’s when Asian Doll said she wanted smoke and told Kashdoll to call up her ghostwriter.

Asian Doll took it upon herself to pull up a two-year-old receipt of Kashdoll saying Molly Crazy and Asian should collab.

This is when freedom fighter, Nicki Minaj, decided to step in and get the two to reconcile on Queen Radio.

Kashdoll turned down Nicki’s invitation because her real issue with Asian Doll was the fact that she added “Doll” to her name, but now that she changed it there’s no issue.

She then elaborates that she’ll hang out with Nicki but she’s not gonna listen to someone lie and call her out her name.

The self-proclaimed, “new Harriet Tubman,” responded and said that she and Asian Doll are going to talk on the show and then bragged about Queen Radio breaking records.

In response to Kashdoll not wanting to be disrespected, Nicki said that no one will be making a fool of themselves on the show.

Are y’all gonna tune into to Queen Radio for the tea or did you outgrow the dolls? Let us know in the comments below.

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The Savoy Media Group Presents Memphis Majic

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THE WEAVING OF DANCE AND HISTORY ARE BOLDLY INTERTWINED IN A RELEVANT REFLECTION OF OUR TIMES IN THIS MASTERFUL DOCUMENTARY! 

Memphis Majic Trailer

MEMPHIS MAJIC, by Emmy-nominated Director Eddie Bailey, takes a look at the City of Memphis through the lens of a 30-year old Memphis-born street dance called Jookin! Featuring street dance superstar, Lil Buck, MEMPHIS MAJIC seamlessly connects urban dance, Hip-Hop, politics, and history that reveals how one of America’s most important cities was built. Memphis Majic is a universal story that bridges the gap between generations and gets to the heart of the human spirit. 

WHAT THE PEOPLE ARE SAYING:

“A MUST SEE documentary. Memphis Majic is fascinating…”

Neil Rosen, CUNY TV

“Memphis Majic is a revelation!…”

Warren Hudlin, Vice Chairman – Museum of Moving Image

Lil Buck – Memphis Majic

MEMPHIS MAJIC debuted on February 19, 2019 as a part of Black History Month celebrations on iTunes, Google Play and Video On Demand. It is also available on Amazon Prime.

Director Eddie Bailey is available for interviews: 

Atlanta – January 10-12, 2020 

Los Angeles – January 16-20, 2020 

New York- January 27-31, February 1-15, 2020

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Karol Sanchez, 16, Staged Kidnapping Says Law Enforcement

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In a case that gripped New York City, a law enforcement source says Karol Sanchez, a 16 year-old girl, faked her own kidnapping with the help of four male accomplices. 

Monday, December 16, Sanchez was seen on surveillance footage being dragged into a car by two unknown men after walking down a New York City street with her mother. NYPD reported the two were approached by a beige 4-door sedan out of which two men got out, dragged the girl into the vehicle, and pushed her mother down to the ground. Tuesday morning state police  issued an Amber Alert for her disappearance citing a reasonable belief that she was in imminent danger, but Tuesday afternoon, Sanchez popped up at the crime scene and identified herself to nearby patrolmen. 

Witnesses describe the teenager crossing the street to a cop car and then talking with police at the scene. The NYPD 40th Precinct tweeted on Tuesday “WE HAVE A VICTORY TODAY !! Karol has been found !!! Thank you to all who have worked very hard to track down the people involved in this case !!!” 

Now, sources are saying Sanchez admitted to staging her own kidnapping in response to her family considering leaving the U.S. for Honduras, their native home. The girl apparently wanted to stay in America and became unhappy with her mother following this dispute. 

Charges have not yet been filed and NYPD stresses that this investigation is ongoing.

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Burna Boy Discuss Beyoncé, Grammys, Recording “Ye” and More on TIDAL’s Rap Radar

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Today, Grammy nominated-rapper Burna Boy sits down with Elliott Wilson & Brian “B.Dot” Miller on TIDAL’s Rap Radar Podcast to discuss his international success. The African Giant singer delves into the interesting journey that led him to attain the only solo track on Beyoncé’s The Lion King: The Gift production, being managed by his mom, afro-identity, and why he’s not planning a Grammy speech. Burna Boy also shares a special BTS glimpse – the “Ye” record that cast a global spotlight on him was written in 10 minutes at the club.

Fans can tune into the episode here: TIDAL.com/RapRadar

The “Rap Radar” podcast adds to TIDAL’s growing podcast network, which includes a variety of series hosted by some of the most trusted and influential names in music. From Fat Joe’s “Coca Vision” and Joey Bada$$’s “47 Minutes” –  TIDAL is on the pulse of music culture.

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