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Will Nicki Minaj’s Anaconda Be Too Racy For The VMAs?
Nicki Minaj released her video for Anaconda this week and much like the song’s lyrics, the video is super sexual. There’s sexual innuendoes and twerking in every frame. So it makes us wonder what Nicki’s Anaconda VMA performance is going to look like.
MTV already received a warning from the Parents Television Council, telling them to tone down the sexual content of the show. They still seem pretty upset about last year’s Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus incident and are hoping this year’s show does “not contain the type of explicit sexual content present in last year’s show.”
Beyoncé To Perform Entire Visual Album at the 2014 VMAs
Slayoncé is at it again! After dropping the wildly successful surprise, visual album, BEYONCÉ, on us last year, Beyoncé now is set to run the world again by performing the entire album at this year’s VMAs.
Dylan O’Brien’s Teen Vogue photo shoot gets messy
Dylan O’Brien’s Teen Vogue shoot for the September Issue turned the actor into a modern-day James Dean. One image on the Teen Vogue website shows a make-up artist applying make-up in the form of artificial dirt to the 22-year old actor’s face and transforming the Teen Wolf star into a dusty, grimy-but-in-a-good way mechanic. O’Brien has been nailing more and more photo shoots like this and magazine covers since the TV show “Teen Wolf” debuted in 2011. His character, Stiles, on “Teen Wolf” has been a fan favorite since day one, but he has since been making a splash in the movie industry with “The First Time” in 2011, ‘The Internship” in 2013 and his upcoming lead role in “The Maze Runner.”
Is Taylor Swift’s New Video Racist?
Taylor Swift is probably one of the least controversial female musicians in the industry. Besides dating a few guys here and there, she hasn’t really been called out for anything substantial. Of course that was all true until she released her new music video, Shake It Off.
J. Cole Visits Ferguson to Pay Respect to Michael Brown
Just days after releasing his emotional tribute song, “Be Free,” J. Cole traveled to Ferguson, Mo., on Sunday (August 17) to pay his respects to Michael Brown, the 18-year-old unarmed teen who was shot and killed by a police officer.
The Roc Nation artist went to the very ground where Brown was killed. A makeshift memorial of teddy bears and flowers now cover the spot where the teen was tragically gun down by a Ferguson police officer.