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Nicki Minaj finally breaks silence on fight with Cardi B

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Nicki Minaj has finally spoken on the short fight between her and fellow rapper, Cardi B at The New York Fashion Party last Friday.

Cardi B attacked Nicki Minaj at Harper’ s Bazaar Icon bash in New York City which she [Cardi B] later revealed her actions.

Cardi B explained she did that because Nicki was black bailing her from the industry and hauled shoe at her over comments about her daughter, Kulture.



However, Nicki finally addressing the incident on Monday said she was left ‘humiliated’ by her fight with Cardi B.

Speaking during Monday’s episode of her Queen radio show on Apple Music’s Beats 1, she said: ‘The other night I was a part of something so mortifying, so humiliating to go through in front of upper echelon people – it’s not about black or white – people who have their lives together.”

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The rapper insisted that she did not speak ill of Cardi’s daughter, adding that if Cardi keeps fighting with people, she could ‘die.’

“I was mortified, I could not believe how humiliated I felt how ‘we’ loosely made ourselves look. I would never discuss anyone’s child. It’s so sad for someone to pin that on me.

“I would never talk about anyone’s child’s or parenting, I don’t give a shit. It’s so crazy to me that people always need to make Onika the bad guy. if you’re right in whatever you’re doing, you don’t ever have to make someone into the bad guy.

“You know I didn’t say or never did talk about anyone’s child. I am not a clown, that’s clown s**t.

“You put your hands on certain people you gonna die. PERIOD. And you all sitting here making this shit a joke? I’m not the b**es in the strip club and I’m not a b*** on a reality show. My money is very f**king long.’

“I just want people to know that Onika Tanya Maraj has never, will never speak ill on anyone’s child. I am not a clown,” Minaj maintained.

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Kanye West gifts Uganda’s President pair of Sneakers

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Kanye West presents  a pair of white sneakers to Uganda’s  74-year-old leader, president Yoweri Museveni during a visit to the East African nation.



President Yoweri Museveni says he and the American rapper held “fruitful discussions” about promoting tourism and arts.

West and his wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, have been vacationing in a national park in Uganda. He is said to be recording music in a tent.

Uganda’s presidency released photos of a hoodie-wearing West meeting Museveni at the State House on Monday and exchanging gifts.

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Excited tourism officials see the visit as an endorsement of the country’s tourism potential.

Uganda’s government has been criticized over its treatment of a local pop star-turned-opposition lawmaker, Bobi Wine, who alleges torture by security forces. The government denies it.

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‘Venom’ devours the box office competition In its second week in theaters

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Basically, Venom is a box-office juggernaut every bit as intimidating as its title character.

Although Venom earned relatively poor reviews, it still stayed ahead of critically praised musical drama A Star is Born for the second week in a row. The latter film found itself in second place among the weekend’s top ten movies again, but word-of-mouth buzz suggests that — like Venom — it isn’t slowing down any time soon, either.

# Title  Weekend    U.S. Total 
1. Venom $35.7M $142.8M
2. A Star is Born $28M $94.1M
3. First Man $16.5M $16.5M
4. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween  $16.2M $16.2M
5. Smallfoot $9.3M $57.6M
6. Night School $8M $59.8M
7. Bad Times at the El Royale  $7.2M $7.2M
8. The House With a Clock in its Walls  $3.9M $62.2M
9. The Hate U Give $1.7M $2.4M
10. A Simple Favor $1.3M $52M

Three new releases finished in the weekend’s top ten movies, with Damien Chazelle’s biopic of Neil Armstrong, First Man, sliding into third place with a $16.5 million premiere. The film earned good (but not great) reviews from critics, and got a warm (but not too warm) reception from general audiences, so it will be interesting to see how it performs when compared to his two previous, Oscar-nominated films: La La Land and Whiplash.

In fourth place at the weekend box office was family-friendly horror sequel Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween, which was panned by professional critics and did just okay with audiences (to the tune of 41-percent positive reviews and a “B” grade, respectively). The first Goosebumps movie had a $23.6 million opening weekend, so the second installment appears to be experiencing some growing pains — but with Halloween approaching, it might get a late holiday bump.

Finally, ensemble film Bad Times at the El Royale debuted in seventh place with $7.2 million in US theaters.

Unfortunately, the opening weekend news wasn’t all that positive for Bad Times, which stars Dakota Johnson, Chris Hemsworth, Jon Hamm, Jeff Bridges, and Nick Offerman, and is the second feature from The Cabin in the Woods director Drew Goddard. Despite decent, 70-percent positive reviews, the film earned a problematic “B-” grade from audiences, which suggests that the people buying tickets for the film didn’t exactly love it.

Coming up this week is the holiday-themed Halloween, which serves as both a sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 film of the same name, and a reboot of the long-running franchise. Also premiering this week is the directorial debut of Jonah Hill, whose coming-of-age drama Mid90s is earning significant praise already. Quirky ensemble comedy An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn also arrives in theaters.

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