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Cardi B on Instagram Said To Stop Putting Her “On Fucking Blast” In Public

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Cardi B on Instagram Said To Stop Putting Her “On Fucking Blast” In Public: Cardi B always transparent to her fans and people about what she thought and feels. And now the rapper requested her fans, not scream her name in public when they seeing her in public.

She asked by referring to the overzealous fans who yell the artist’s name when they see her in person, “When y’all see me, can y’all please not scream out my name?”. As much as getting starstruck is understandable, Cardi wants fans to respect her privacy, especially in moments when she tries to remain unnoticed.

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“Just come up to me and say hi, you know, I be trying to be low-key,” she continues, mentioning previous failed attempts at making important and slightly embarrassing purchases like Target panties. In such events, the “Wish Wish” artist, unfortunately, claims that fans blast her in the act by screaming loudly and excitedly. The latter then “blows her cover.”

Basically, Cardi wants her supporters to stop putting her on blast and we believe it is a reasonable request. Furthermore, it is important to note Cardi Venom has not asked fans to stop bothering her altogether, she simply stated she would like her supporters to approach her with tact and composure.

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French Montana and Kenneth Petty’s ex quarantine together on a yacht!

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On Quarantine Radio with Tory Lanez this week, the rapper, French Montona revealed that he was holed up in Miami, spending his time on a yacht with a “baddie” by his side.

When asked by Tory how French was staying “corona-free”, the star replied with a close up of his model girlfriend bathing in the sun. According to Bossip, French Montana is with none other than Kenneth Petty’s ex-girlfriend.

This revelation is anticipated to have created a very messy and queer love triangle.

Kenneth Petty, who is currently married to pop-star Nicki Minaj broke up with his ex just a week before he made things official with Nicki. Now, she appears to be moving on with French which why things seem a little too controversial.

The lady in question called Red Bone online has been sharing photos and videos with the same location as French Montana and looks very similar to the woman we see during the Quarantine Radio. It appears that the two are having a great time together.

Now, the question is, will this bring bad blood between the two stars, Nicki and French, who have collaborated in the past?

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Jacqueline Fernandez & Badshah’s ‘Genda Phool’ in trouble: Plagiarism Allegations

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Jacqueline Fernandez & Badshah's 'Genda Phool' in trouble: Plagiarism Allegations

Jacqueline Fernandez starer Badshah’s track Genda Phool has reportedly landed in a copyright mess because of the Bengali lines in the track are reportedly from a Bengali folk song written by Ratan Kahar. The Genda Phool song includes lyrics, “Borlok er Bitilo, lomba lomba chul…lal genda phool” from the original folk song Borloker Bitilo. This folk song was originally written by Ratan Kahar, who did not receive due credit for the Genda Phool song. The song also has Bengali folk music and urban music. Although this song is being loved by fans, this copyright issue could be troublesome for the music producers.

According to a media portal’s report, Arghya Bose, a Doctoral researcher in France, wrote to West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee to look into this plagiarism issue.

Amidst the tense coronavirus induced lockdown, singer/rapper Badshah dropped a brand new track titled Genda Phool. This new track features none other than Jacqueline Fernandez in a Bengali avatar. The music video also includes Bengali folk music along with some new urban tunes and sounds.

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Arghya Bose wrote that in the capacity of a common but responsible citizen of Bengal, he feels obliged and responsible to bring to Madam CM’s notice the exploitation of the poor artist of the state of West Bengal at this level by world-renowned artists. With his initiative, Arghya hopes that Mr. Kahar gets his due credit and material remuneration for his contribution to the song. He further explained and appreciated the West Bengal Government for their respect towards the culture and diversity of Bengal.

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Selena’s Never-Ending Legacy

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Today is Selena’s 25th death anniversary and she is still alive in our hearts! The legend started singing at the age of 10 as she accompanied her family band “Selena Y Los Dinos”. Selena has a sturdy fan base and a huge chunk of them constitutes Latinos, who continue to see the Tejano superstar as the quintessence of American pop-culture. Monica Peralta, one of the biggest admirers of Selena has kept Selena’s legacy alive with the help of her Youtube channel where she shows how you can re-structure Selena’s fashionable stage attires.

“I felt that she was very easy for me to connect to because growing up, she was one of the only people that I could really see myself in,” said Peralta, who lives in Paramount, California.

″… She was a young Mexican American Latina who was also struggling with Spanish and just trying to be successful in life.”

Her murder in 1995 by the manager of her fan club, Yolanda SaldÍvar, who is currently serving a life sentence, came just as she was poised to cross over to the English-speaking market.

The Latina community hasn’t forgotten her. Instead, they’ve passed on her music and their fandom like a family heirloom. Another example of this, Roger Gomez of Santa Ana, California, who became a fan when he was 16, after being moved by news coverage of her death. Gomez, now 41, said he sees Selena’s fan base growing “every single day.”

“Now that we’re getting to the age where we have kids and are starting to have grandkids, we’re passing on to that generation the love of her music and everything that we’ve known about Selena throughout the years,” Gomez said.

He created a chat group to speak with other fans, which turned into a website, LoveSelena.com and eventually fan pages on Facebook and Instagram.

Even after 25 years of her death, Selena still resides in the hearts of thousands of her Latino fans and taste for her music is ever-growing.

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