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Ciara knows how to keep her fans pleased.
The singer, who recently took over the White House with her rumored boo Russell Wilson, kicked off her “Jackie” tour Sunday evening (May 3) and treated one lucky fan to a sexy lap dance.
CiCi pulled almost every move out of the stripper playbook, and from the look of the guy’s face she was shaking all her goodies on, he definitely approved.
Before the show, Russell Wilson tweeted to Ciara, “Wish I could be there in Chicago to watch you dominate the stage!”
— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) May 4, 2015
We’re sure after watching the footage below he’s probably happy he didn’t make this one.
Shit just got realer than real.
The Game has a bone to pick with rapper Young Thug … and it’s all over Lil Wayne.
At a a recent concert in New Orleans, Game threatened to “fuck Young Thug up” or anyone who has a problem with Weezy. And from the sound of it, Game isn’t playing no games.
“My nigga Tune ain’t never been Hollywood, he just been Hollygrove, nigga,” Game said on stage. “You know what the fuck it is nigga, Westside in this motherfucker. Anybody fuckin’ with Tune got a fuckin’ problem with me. I will fuck Young Thug up, on Piru, nigga.”
Game also dared Thug to come to California, and promised he will do Thug like how he did rapper 40 Glocc.
“Now come to California, bruh. Do that shit. I dare you. I dare a pussy nigga to walk through California and say ‘Fuck Wayne,’ I’ma do that nigga like I did 40 Glocc. If a nigga want a problem, that nigga gonna get his ass smoked.”
Game is really bout that life, so we’re sure he will keep true to every single word. Young Thug better watch out!
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Her fans can’t get enough of her new pop sound, so it’s not surprising that Taylor Swift sold out her Wednesday night (May 6) show at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan.
As is usually the case, adoring followers clamored for a better view of the “Should’ve Said No” songstress as she played through her perfectly-choreographed set, dressed in an array of colorful costumes.
Meanwhile, “Seinfeld” actor Jason Alexander joked to TMZ that he’s responsible for Taylor’s massive success, since he put her in the 2007 Brad Paisley music video he directed for “Online.” Alexander laughed, “It’s all me!”