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Who Did It Then? Travis Scott Says He Had Nothing to Do with Cutting Trans Model out of Cover

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Rapper, Travis Scott, just released his third studio album Astroworld and a few people took to Twitter calling the artist transphobic for having edited out trans model, Amanda Lepore, from his cover art.

On the cover of Travis’s latest album, Lepore was seen in the original art on the left side of Travis’s face. However, in the final cut, the model has been edited out. According to TMZ, Travis had “nothing to do” with the edit and actually had no idea Amanda was originally a part of the art because he hadn’t seen the original version.

 

 

If Travis has nothing to do with the edit, *someone* does and whoever that is has a lot of explaining to do.

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Cardi B Rejects Plea Deal At Recent Court Appearance

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Dressed in a way that could only be described as deliberately modest, Cardi B arrived to court in a white ensemble to reject a plea deal in relation to an August assault.

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Regarding a strip club brawl that took place in 2018, the ‘Clout’ rapper received an offer to plead guilty where she would have only received a conditional discharge. However, Cardi seemed dissatisfied and rejected the plea. She has been charged with one count of misdemeanor assault and two misdemeanor counts of reckless endangerment.

In August 2018, Cardi was allegedly involved in a strip club altercation between two bartenders who were believed to be engaged in an affair with Offset. During the attack, Cardi was said to have thrown chairs and bottles at the victims. Video of the attack shows someone believed to be Cardi picking up an ice bucket and launching it at the girls in rage.

In December, Cardi narrowly avoided jail time by arriving to court just minutes before her hearing. She was threatened with legal action after missing her a court date due to a prior engagement, which was the ‘Twerk’ video shoot. Her decision to reject the offer means the charges levied against her remain and she could face up to one year in jail if convicted.

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Writer and Director John Singleton Hospitalized After Stroke

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Prayers and well wishes are pouring in for John Singleton following news of his hospitalization. The Oscar-nominated director suffered a stroke Wednesday. His family reported the news Saturday, April 20th.

John Singleton’s family released a statement that read:

“On Wednesday, April 17th our beloved son/father, John Singleton, suffered a stroke while at the hospital. John is currently in the ICU and under great medical care. We ask that privacy be given to him and our family at this time and appreciate all of the prayers that have been pouring in from his fans, friends, and colleagues.”

The 51-year-old known for such films as Boyz in the Hood , Poetic Justice, and Baby Boy, has been in an intensive care unit since April 17th. While little has been made public about John’s condition, those who have had the pleasure of working with him have sent their regards. FX, where John’s executive produced series Snowfall has recently been renewed for a third season, issued a statement hoping for his “speedy recovery.”

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Lil Yachty Was Your Favorite City Girl The Entire Time!

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Kerwin Frost sat down with Lil Yachty for the most recent episode of his show, Kerwin Frost Talks. During the segment, Yachty revealed that aside from JT’s last verse, he penned the City Girls’ hit “Act Up” in its entirety.

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Sitting in the studio with his best friend, Earl, who played the beat for him, Yachty says he was asked to write something for the City Girls. He sat down, put something together, and said he never anticipated the response to the song. “There was so much shock! They didn’t believe it.”

When people began to question him about just how much of the song he had a hand in, he said they believed “he may have said, like, just one thing in the studio and they credit him.” But Yachty says aside from the JT’s last verse, it’s all him. After all, there are only three people credited for their contributions on “Act Up” — Jatavia “JT” Johnson, Issac Earl Bynum, and Miles “Lil Yachty” McCollum.

Amused that Yachty wrote the song, Kerwin asked where he found the inspiration. Yachty replied, “I just thought like them. I know them personally.” Going on about what drove him lyrically he said, “I know what women like to hear…what’s just some raunchy sh*t?”

Stricken with disbelief, fans of the bad b*tch anthem shared their thoughts on Twitter.

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