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The 'Trust and Believe' singer is facing lawsuit brought by Sabrina Mercadel, the woman whom she attacked at Birdman's house back in September.
The 'Enough of No Love' singer reportedly won't be charged after attacking a woman she encountered at her rumored boyfriend's house in September.
The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter was arrested after she reportedly attacked a woman she encountered at her alleged boyfriend's house.
According to a new report, the 'I'm Coming Out' hitmaker will file for divorce from husband Daniel 'Boobie' Gibson three months after confirming separation.
In the John Colombo-directed clip, the R'n'B singer rides a glowing bike to her cheating boyfriend's house to confront him.
The 1980s-themed video, directed by John Colombo, will see the songstress rocking big hair and riding a glowing bike.
The song, which is a remake of Diana Ross' classic, will be featured in the soundtrack of movie 'The Other Woman' that's set to hit theaters on April 25.
The singer says that the follow-up to 2012's 'Woman to Woman' will feature contributions from the likes of Juicy J, Wale and Mike WiLL Made It.
The 'Rick James' singer, who's currently working on her sixth studio album, shares an Instagram photo of her posing in a studio with Kellz.
Fans assume that the song is about the singer's relationship with her estranged husband Daniel Gibson, who reportedly cheated on her.
The song serves as the lead single off the singer's upcoming sixth album that's expected to be released later this year.
The outspoken R 'n' B singer disses Queen Bey for being self-righteous in her new song and gets stung by one of Beyonce's fans in the process.
The outspoken R'n'B singer receives hate tweets after trashing the Destiny's Child member's Super Bowl halftime show performance.
Back to her roots with 'Woman to Woman', the 'Enough of No Love' songstress has scored her fifth consecutive top ten album with the latest studio release.
Revealing his past as a drug addict on Los Angeles' screening of 'The House I Live In', Brad Pitt calls the drug war as a charade, which spends so much money and takes so many people's lives.