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Man with Large Neck Claps Back at DC Young Fly for Roasting Him

Charles McDowell, the man with the big neck whose mugshots went viral last week has been getting roasted by just about everyone on social media. But it looks like McDowell is clapping back at those talking about him, specifically DC Young Fly. Check out his clap back in the clip above.

Joyner Lucas Responds to Tory Lanez with "Litty Freestyle"

It didn’t take long for Tory Lanez and Joyner Lucas to exchange lyrical shots at one another. After a few comments made by Tory on IG Live about being a better rapper than Joyner caught the rapper’s ear, he took to social media to challenge Tory.

Prosecutors Release Surveillance Photos Showing 6ix9ine's Gang Ties and Crimes

Tekashi 6ix9ine is in pretty deep after being hit with a federal indictment. The Brooklyn rapper is currently behind bars after being denied bail. Prosecutors have described 6ix9ine as “quite violent” and the U.S. Magistrate Judge Henry B. Pitman called the evidence against Tekashi as “troubling.

Mariah Carey Eyes Cardi B, Lil’ Kim Collaboration

Mariah Carey is eyeing an all-star collaboration with two of the biggest female MCs.

During her appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” on Monday (Nov. 19) to promote her new album Caution, the pop icon was asked if she would ever collaborate with Cardi B.

“I would love for that to happen,” said MC. “The song you guys were just playing, ‘A No No,’ which was originally Lil’ Kim’s song—we love Kim—I was hoping that the three of us could do a collaboration.”

“A No No” appears on Carey’s new album Caution. The song samples Lil’ Kim’s 1997 single “Crush on You” featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Lil Cease.

And it sounds like a collaboration with Cardi and Kim may not be farfetched. “If nobody puts it together, it’s not gonna happen,” added Mimi. “Things happen real quick these days, so you never know.”

Mariah has worked with many female MCs throughout her career including Missy Elliott, Nicki Minaj, Da Brat, Shawnna, and more.

During her appearance on “WWHL,” she also said that she may perform music off Glitter for the first time live. She has not included any songs off the 2011 soundtrack in any of her live shows, but that could change now that the album hit No. 1 on iTunes.

“Since the Lambily got Glitter to No. 1, they’ve lifted this huge burden of having to feel like, ‘Oh, I can’t do Glitter ’cause nobody knows it or whatever,’” she said. “I’m gonna say yes, we’re gonna put together perhaps a medley.”

Fans may be able to catch the Glitter medley when Carey hits the road on her “Caution World Tour,” starting Feb. 27 in Dallas, Tex.


Tamar Braxton’s Backstage Drama

Tamar Braxton is causing major drama in “Redemption of a Dogg” with Snoop Dogg. Last week they performed in Washington, D.C. The first half of show was fine, but after a 45-minute intermission, Tamar refused to return to stage.

Then, Snoop got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and thanked himself.

Plus, Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine could be going to prison for the rest of his life. Paris Hilton called off her engagement and a surprising plot twist was revealed for the third “Sex & the City” movie, which was never made.

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Nicki Minaj Taps Lil Wayne for ‘Good Form’ Remix

Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne have another collaboration on the way.

Young Money royalty will reunite on the remix to Nicki’s latest Queen single “Good Form,” which drops Thursday, Nov. 29. Minaj revealed the artwork for the Mike WiLL Made-It-produced song, which features a pink-haired Barbie floating in a pool of water with a sprinkle cookie behind her.

She recently performed the fan favorite at the MTV EMA in Spain and People’s Choice Awards.

“Good Form” is the latest single off Queen, which has been certified platinum.

Nicki can also be heard on the Creed II cut “Runnin” featuring A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ferg, and two tracks off 6ix9ine’s album Dummy Boy, which drops Friday.


Resident Lamb Norman Dishes On Mariah’s New Album “Caution”

By Joanne Rosa

Norman Baker is mostly known for being the pop culture aficionado of Wendy’s Hot Topics Bureau. If you’re a true Wendy Watcher, you know that Norman is also our resident Lamb and Mariah Carey advocate. So when Mariah’s new album “Caution” dropped on Friday, Norman broke down why it’s not just the Lambily that’s so obsessed with her recent work.

Norman Baker saying "She writes the lyrics"

“Caution” is Mariah Carey’s first full album since “Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse” dropped in 2014. Four years felt like an eternity to Norman, but it was worth the wait. “The turns her career took—the reality show, the Hallmark movies—I thought Mariah turned her focus from music to being a tabloid diva… It’s a hip-hop diva reclaiming her throne.”

The reigning hip-hop diva might be reclaiming the throne, but she is still the Mariah we’ve grown to know and love. “Caution” gave Norman serious vibes from her “Emancipation of Mimi” masterpiece from 2005. The album is also 10 tracks, which is a nod to her earlier albums containing 10 or 11 tracks at most. A commoner might not have noticed this, but our dedicated Lambily member did. They were short, sweet, and to the point, just like “Caution” is.

This isn’t to say her music hasn’t grown with the times. Norman made it clear that “Mariah’s music is constantly evolving” and can specifically be seen through her song “A No No” featuring a sample of Lil’ Kim’s “Crush on You” remix featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Lil Cease. It’s no coincidence that this happens to be Norman’s favorite song on the album, but that will change as he becomes more familiar with the album. “Caution to DJ’s all over the city: when I hear ‘A No No’ at the club, I’m going to LOSE. MY. MIND.”

Mariah Carey

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Now, you already know that Mariah is the inventor of hip-hop/pop collaborations (i.e. “Fantasy” with Ol’ Dirty Bastard). Oh yes; and if you don’t know, now you know hunty. Once again, she’s risen to the occasion by collaborating with Ty Dolla $ign, Slick Rick, Blood Orange, and Gunna in “Caution.” Norman likes the fact that artists featured are able to mesh so well with Mariah’s voice and musical style, while contrasting on a number of levels. Ty Dolla $ign is a current artist making waves in music and Slick Rick is a musical legend.

Mariah obviously chose to work with these artists for a reason, but she recently admitted to her dream collaboration. Mariah told Andy Cohen on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live that she “would love to make a collaboration with Cardi B happen. I also love Lil Kim — I was hoping the three of us could do something. But if nobody puts it together, it’s not going to happen.”

Please Lord, make this happen!

Mariah Carey announced her “Caution World Tour” back in October, and it starts with North America in February 2019! Tickets are on sale now and those going are likely in for a special treat thanks to the Lambily. Many people considered Mariah’s 2001 “Glitter” album to be a flop, but not Norman. “Dahhhling, I’ve been contributing to the ‘Justice For Glitter’ campaign for 17 years!”

With that, the “deeply underrated album” rose to the top charts just one day before her “Caution” album dropped. “Since the Lambily got Glitter to No. 1, they lifted this huge burden of having to feel like ‘Oh, I can’t do stuff from Glitter because nobody knows it,’” Mariah revealed on WWHL. Since #JusticeForGlitter was derived, Mariah plans to put a medley together for the tour.

Mariah Carey’s “Caution” album is available now!

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