Rumors: Luda Makes Peace With Bill O’Reilly + Other Tidbits

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Remember the notorious beef between Ludacris and Bill O’Reilly? The pair have put aside their differences. “The first thing I said to him was, ‘I want to meet the guy who has had so much to say about me, but knows absolutely nothing about me’,” Ludacris told RadarOnline.com. Damn son! Apparently, Luda caught Billy Boy out and about at an event and stepped to him. “I identified that I wanted to speak to him when I saw his name on the guest list. I looked at what table he was on, and I walked my a** straight to that table. He wasn’t expecting to see me, at all. The look on his face when he saw me approaching… priceless.”

Side note:The fact that you walked over to that table and you took the initiative was speechless. I’ll be damned if I will go out of my way to talk to anybody that dissed me for no reason and then tried to stop me from eating puhleeese.

Chris Browns To Fans: Give Me One More Chance ( In my biggie voice)

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Embattled R&B singer Chris Brown is having a tough time. Pleading with fans in a message released Wednesday, the “Transform Ya” singer says “My singing and my music I do it for you guys and everything else but it won’t be possible if I’m not relevant on the radio…”

According to Brown, radio stations are opting not to play his music, negatively impacting his career.

“A lot of radio stations aren’t playing my records. They are not being that supportive and I wouldn’t expect them to,” admits Brown. “It’s on the fans and what you guys do in your power to bring me back. That’s all I need is you guys and nothing else will do that except for the fans.”

It is unclear if Brown’s recording future is in jeopardy due to his failure to reach charting success seen with previous efforts but, the singer definitely appears to be desperate in his message. Referencing his recent mixtape release, Brown says he can’t continue to produce music if he’s no longer relevant.

“I don’t know what else to say. It’s nothing else that I can do. I’m doing everything that I need to do. I’m doing me as a person and I’m a better guy,” said Brown. “It’s on ya’ll. My singing and my music I do it for you guys and everything else but it won’t be possible if I’m not relevant on the radio and it wouldn’t be possible for me to be an artist if I don’t have the support. I can’t be an underground mixtape artist. That’s where we are. I just want all my fans to help me. I love ya’ll. Peace”

Brown released an album titled “Graffiti” in December. Led by the singles “I Can Transform Ya” and “Crawl” the effort has been successful but pales in comparison to his debut and sophomore albums.

Damn shame what he is going through at such a young age.


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