Tuesday, February 10, 2015
NiNi Smacks Mila J, Media Labels Her A Punk + Jeezy Diss To NiNi And PSR?
here to check it out (the smack is around the 3 minute mark, and she runs away seemingly crying about the 3 minute 23 second mark after pausing for a minute and looking shocked) Although, the queen is denying comment about the incident, sources close to her say that she wasn't trying to embarrass her she just wanted her to calm down, that's why she didn't hit her hard, and being that everyone was into the show, she didn't think anyone saw it. (If you watch the video closely, as soon as she smacks her and everything goes silent and all attention turns to them, NiNi's face expression looks like 'Wow didn't know anyone else would see that" and she even looks as if she wanted to go after her when she ran off, so we don't feel that NiNi did it embarrass her or make herself seem big and bad, she just wanted her to shut the hell up, pretty much everyone did, even her own crew) In other news, another headline that's making waves is the fact that Young Jeezy is throwing shots at NiNi and PSR in a new song he released yesterday called 'Trap Star' Its one line on there that many people are noticing, because they say he is taking sub shots at the queen and her clique. His line goes "R.I.P You ain't V.I.P, I think I seen better pussy on Superbowl 3' (That refers to NiNi and Katy's "VIP' Performance at the Superbowl, and the Superbowl 3 halftime show was some gay guy so you get the punchline) He then goes on to say "Y'all couldn't get the spotlight unless you working with the cops right whack ass wanna Be's I'll put 2-On on your block right' That line refers to 2 things, the fact that many say that PSR is so famous because they are working with the cops, but not the cops y'all are thinking about, he means the Illuminati who are called cops because they have the game pretty much on lock like a cop. And the second is that he said 'I put '2 On' on your block, which obviously references Tinashe's hit song '2 On' Of course they may not be related to PSR or NiNi at all, but many people (at least 20 million people) think that this song is a clear subliminal diss to the queen and to PSR. Does PSR think that too? Is there another beef about to pop off.....
Posted by johnny1 at 10:32 AM