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K.Michelle (@kmichelle) – I Dont Like Me

K.Michelle drops the official visual for her new single called I Dont Like Me. This will appear on K Michelle forthcoming debut album Rebellious Soul, dropping on August 13th.

 

Rick Ross (@rickyrozay) – 50 Plates

Rick Ross goes the solo route on his latest offering called 50 Plates. This is jointis  featured on the upcoming Rich Gang compilation album, which hits stores July 23rd.

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Hot Lakers Debate: Nelly (@Nelly_Mo) vs. Stephen A (@stephenasmith)

AS A LAKER FAN I DONT AGREE WITH HIM AT ALL

Nelly joins First Take’s Stephen A. and Skip Bayless to debate Kobe, Dwight Howard, and the future of the Lakers.

Justin Timberlake (@JustinTimberlake) Addresses Controversy Surrounding Take Back the Night Single

Justin Timberlake Addresses Controversy Surrounding ‘Take Back the Night’ Single

Last week, Justin Timberlake dropped the first single off his forthcoming The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2), “Take Back The Night.” It just so happens that the song shares the same name of a sexual assault awareness group, and, while there is no explicit/implicit connection between the two, those involved are not very pleased.

According to Katherine Koestner, the foundation’s Executive Director, Take Back The Night’s lawyers sent a letter to Justin stating that he had used their name without permission. However, according to JT, he was previously unaware of the organization’s existence.

Timberlake released the statement below:

“Upon the release of my new single ‘Take Back The Night’, I was made aware of an organization of the same name called The Take Back The Night Foundation.

“I wanted to take this opportunity to let all know that neither my song nor its lyrics have any association with the organization. As I’ve learned more about The Take Back The Night Foundation, I’m moved by its efforts to stop violence against women, create safe communities and encourage respectful relationships for women—Something we all should rally around.

“It is my hope that this coincidence will bring more awareness to this cause.”

After reading his statement, Koestner immediately issued a response, in which she confirmed that the group was no longer looking to sue Timberlake:

“At this point, we’re going to bow down gracefully, and accept that fighting this in court probably isn’t the best use of anyone’s time. It’s best to focus on the mission, and his stated support is important to us. Mostly, it was shocking that an institution that goes back to 1973 went unnoticed by the likes of Justin Timberlake. It shows how much visibility we really need.”