Morning Buzz 4.4.11

    Nicki Minaj calls Lil Kim ‘tragic’ in new diss

    It never ends! Nicki Minaj has released a new track dissing Lil Kim. In this snippet of “Tragedy,” which was released over the weekend, Nicki goes in on Kim for dropping Black Friday on PayPal.

    From what we’ve heard, the track would have you believe that Nicki might feel a little pity for Queen Bee. “Man, you was magic,” Nicki raps. “Look at you now, hoe, you’re tragic.” Listen to the clip below to see what else the Harajuku Barbie had to say about Kim.

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    Michelle Williams shocked by Knowles’ split

    Michelle Williams was just as shocked by news that Beyoncé left her father’s management as anyone else. But she understands that for Bey, it was time to end the professional relationship with Mathew Knowles.

    “That’s all she’s known, you know, since she was a little girl,” Michelle told HipHollywood.com. “But she’s a grown woman now.”

    As Michele pointed out, not all the professional ties have been cut between Bey and Mathew. He does still manage Destiny’s Child, the group that launched his daughter into the spotlight. Find out what Michelle had to say about a possible DC reunion in the clip below.

     

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    Live from New York, it’s Carmelo Anthony!

    Like any good local celebrity, Carmelo Anthony dropped by “Saturday Night Live” for a couple cameos. He played himself in a sketch called “Laser Cats,” but his other appearance on the show really made him step outside of himself–just not too far.

    On Saturday, he popped up as Carmela St. Knix, a lady’s shot put champ from Denver. We’re sure the writers were working very hard on that one. 

     

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    Celebs get slimed at Kids’ Choice Awards

    Snoop Dogg and Heidi Klum were among the celebrities who got slimed at the Kids’ Choice Awards that aired live this past weekend.

    The star-studded event brought out big-name stars and their kids. Marlon Wayans, Kandi Burruss, Holly Robinson Peete and others made it a family affair.

    Of course, Will Smith’s kids Willow and Jaden were present. Willow performed her hits “21st Century Girl” and “Whip My Hair.” Jaden’s movie The Karate Kid won for favorite movie.

    Eddie Murphy won for favorite animated voice for his work in the latest Shrek film. Shaquille O’Neal won favorite male athlete and The Black Eyed Peas received the favorite group honor.

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    Barack Obama running again

    The president of United States isn’t done yet;  Barack Obama will be campaigning for another term in office.

    “Even though I’m focused on the job you elected me to do, and the race may not reach full speed for a year or more, the work of laying the foundation for our campaign must start today,” read a statement to the president’s supporters.

    Watch the re-election video.

     

     

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    The Cosby Show honored

    “The Cosby Show” will be honored at the 2011 TV Land awards airing April 17.

    The show and cast members will receive the Impact Award which is “presented to a show that offered both entertainment and enlightenment and comedy that reflected reality,” the site reads.

    Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Sabrina Le Beauf, Tempestt Bledsoe, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Raven Symoné and Lisa Bonet are all expected to be in attendance.

    “Family Ties” will be receiving the 2011 Fan Favorite Award.

     

    – Sonya Eskridge and Tracy L. Scott

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