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Rogers Communications is no longer supporting Energy Rush summer spectacular after the addition of the 'Fine China' singer got mixed reactions from public.
The singer may have already painted over it but he remains defiant against the restrictions over his art.
By giving sneakers to 1,000 needy children, the 'Fine China' singer wants to remind them that 'whenever and whenever they walk, we are a united community.'
The 'Fine China' hitmaker announces that the follow-up to 2012's 'Fortune' will also feature appearances from Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar, Kelly Rowland and Wiz Khalifa.
Drake and Kendrick Lamar lead the winner list with three each at the star-studded ceremony, which features a musical tribute to Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Charlie Wilson.
The rapstress appears towards the end of Breezy's three-song performance to start the annual awards.
In an uncanny turnout of events, the Morrisville rapper got two of today's 'bad boys' in his new song.
Breezy insists it was not a hit-and-run, saying he had 'a valid drivers license' and 'gave the woman the right info.'
The owner of Heat Ultra Lounge fires back at the female complainant, saying she was the one who threw tantrum after repeatedly trying to get on stage with Chris and enter his VIP area.
Breezy has apparently changed his mind about RiRi being in his new album, cutting their duet off the track list.
Breezy brings out the 'Starships' singer on the stage at Anaheim's Honda Center to perform DJ Khaled's 'Take It to the Head'.
Brown stars alongside Laz Alonso, Josh Peck and Josh Holloway in Sony Pictures' breakdancing movie directed by Benson Lee.
The R'n'B/hip-hop artist fights back against neighbors who have complained about his home's exteriors.
The 26-year-old 'Successful' rapper says in a magazine interview that 'I wish we could sit down, just like you and me are right now, and talk' with Brown.
Not only is Breezy promoting his new music but he is also spreading positive message in his latest music video.