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The 'Take It to the Head' rapper explains why he's the best man for her, 'You need a man like me in your life that's gonna take care of you and respect you.'
The 'Superbass' hitmaker hops on a motorcycle and revs up the engine after busting some bootylicious moves in the pool.
In the Alexandre Moors-directed video, the 'Let Me Love You' singer is seen lying down lifeless after his on-screen girlfriend Minaj pushes him out of the window.
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the music video premiered at the BET Awards pre-show on Sunday, June 30.
The rapstress appears towards the end of Breezy's three-song performance to start the annual awards.
The Young Money femcee grabs the prize for best female hip-hop star, while the 'Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe' rapper wins in the male category, marking his second victory of the night.
Breezy brings out the 'Starships' singer on the stage at Anaheim's Honda Center to perform DJ Khaled's 'Take It to the Head'.
The lady singers will join other performers like Chris Brown, Miguel, R. Kelly and Kendrick Lamar to take the stage at the upcoming awards-giving show.
The 'Live It Up' singer confirms that she's working on her new album and it will probably come next November.
Tulisa reportedly will be quizzed by the police after a secret camera films her saying that she can arrange a drug deal with her friend.
The Young Money biggest hip-hop superstars bring the energy to the New York radio station's annual concert.
Both the '#Beautiful' singer and the Young Money femcee take to Twitter to inform fans that they are done with their judging gig on the FOX reality show.
With all her recent pop success, the rapstress has decided to go back to making hip-hop music on her next LP.
Carter becomes the first member in his group to release a book entitled 'Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It' which will come out in September.
The Harajuku Barbie takes on a role of Diaz's opinionated assistant in the comedy from 'The Notebook' director Nick Cassavetes.