Karrueche recently visited Big Boy on LA's Real 92.3 to discuss a few things. She explained that she doesn't have beef with Rihanna and she makes sure that her and Chris Brown don't have to cross paths, so they can avoid the awkwardness. She also says she found out about Chris Brown's love child when it hit TMZ. She said she cussed the singer out because they were supposed to be trying to fix their broken relationship.
"When it hit TMZ, I was like oh, I called him I cussed him out and I was like you know after the whole Rihanna thing – we've been trying to fix what was broken – so I had to just completely pull away."
We wonder will she ever get to live her life as Karrueche and not Chris Brown's ex.
"This is unfair to the other nominees in these category, especially to 'Anaconda' by Nicki Minaj, who most likely would've won," the petition states.
A petition claiming Iggy Azalea's Billboard Award for Top Rap song should be retracted has garnered more than 18,000 signatures via Change.org.
Azalea nabbed the award for "Fancy" featuring Charli XCX at last week's 2015 Billboard Music Awards. According to the petition, Iggy should not have been eligible to even receive a nomination. Christian Ferguson, the petition's organizer, has pointed out that Billboard's eligibility time period for nominations is March 10th, 2014 through March 2015. "Fancy" was released February 17, 2014, nearly a month before the eligibility started.
"This is unfair to the other nominees in these category, especially to 'Anaconda' by Nicki Minaj, who most likely would've won," Ferguson explained within the petition. "Billboard did not follow their own guidelines and should have to recalculate these nominations without 'Fancy' as a nominee."
The Daily Show covers all the hot topics of the day - with a trademark wit that will still be around (one hopes!) when Jon Stewart retires.
In the meantime, we can still enjoy the spin Jon puts on the news.
Like this story about the recent court ruling that the National Security Agency overstepped the Patriot Act in its phone data surveillance program.
Jon has the perfect analogy for the ruling.
I don't want to spoil the surprise, so check it out.
You know your surveillance program has gone too far when you cannot get permission from the Patriot Act. That's like getting thrown out of an Olive Garden for eating too many bread sticks." -- Jon Stewart? Watch the episode: http://on.cc.com/1J5b0mq