Chris Brown Publicly Sweatin’ Karrueche
We all know that Karrueche Tran dumped Chris Brown‘s nasty, cheating ass last month after finding out, on social media, that Mr. Dirty Ding had a secret baby. And when she guest starred on Iyanla Fix My Life last week, Kae mentioned that Breezy had been trying to get back in her good graces, sending her flowers and offering his weak “I’m sorries.” But now, C.B. has put his private desperation on public display.
First he posted a photo on Instagram about having to get used to being alone:
(Should’ve thought about that before you started slingin’ raw ding. SMH.) Then, Chris started “liking” and commenting on Kae’s cute model flicks:
Sigh. This guy.
And the cycle continues…
Let’s just hope Karrueche stays strong enough to leave him alone for good this time.
Source: Rhymes with Snitch
Wale Talks Ex-Girl’s Miscarriage, Slow Career & Depression
Wale is known to get a little Debo on social media, but apparently, there’s a good reason for that. During a recent interview with Billboard, the D.C. rapper explained that he feels he needs to defend his image on social media because the people are his only source of validation as an artist.
You can say I’m sensitive, but music is why I live. Other people have kids or a strong woman in their lives; all I have is my music. I constantly work my ass off and I’m not in these magazines—all I can go by is the people and what they say. People ask, ‘Why do you check social media comments?’ But what else do I have, bro? I don’t get no major articles. Nobody talks about Wale like that. So what do you do when you’re busting your ass and taking pills to stay up and be able to provide the right energy, and you’re not seeing the proper response?
He went on to detail his ex-lady’s miscarriage and how that, on top of losing a cousin, and disappointment with his career led to depression and pill-poppin’:
The girl I was with, we tried for a long time to have a child. And when she finally did [get pregnant], she miscarried at 10 or 11 weeks. I was visualizing my child’s face. We gave it a name and everything. All of that went away. And a couple of months before that, one of my closest friends died in a car accident, a cousin that was there for me through blood, sweat and tears. So I go through all that and I go online and some white kid is saying, ‘You dumb ni—r, you’ll never be as good as J. Cole.’ You put all that together…
Awww, poor Wale!
Since his fourth LP, The Album About Nothing, is now in stores, I’m guessing there’s a lot more where that came from.