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Exclusive: Why Guys Are Scared Of Jhené Aiko

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Jhené Aiko made headlines last week after she went all Taylor Swift on dudes, dropping “Comfort Inn Ending”, a song discussing some of the men who have broken her heart.

“We were in love, but I was the only one / So I was the only lonely one,” she sings on the melancholic track.

HipHollywood caught up with Jhené inside her dressing room just minutes after she performed at this weekend’s UCLA Jazz Reggae Festival. That’s where we asked her what prompted her to release such a private track. “I’m tired of these guys that just think they can get away with stuff. And I’m like f*ck it! I’m going to say their names … and I didn’t even say all the names I could have said,” she joked.

Asked if any of the guys she sings about have hit her up since the tune dropped, the Def Jam artist blushed. “None of them have. I think they’re a little scared of me.”

Check out more of our interview below.

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  1. speak da truth girl

    November 12, 2013 at 9:50 AM

    I love Jhene Aiko she is real and I can’t believe how many niggas would play with her heart like that…. Its a damn shame…

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Tracee Ellis Ross Spills The Real Tea On ‘Black-ish’ Wage Demands + Deon Cole, Jenifer Lewis Weigh In

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Tracee Ellis Ross is unveiling the truth behind recent reports that she was demanding more money for her time spent on ABC’s Black-ish.

Just last week, The Hollywood Reporter suggested Tracy was in negotiations and asking for more for not only going into her fourth season on the hit show, but because her male co-host, Anthony Anderson, makes significantly more than she does.

The report also claimed that if she didn’t make any headway, she might step away and consider guest starring on other shows.

Over the weekend, Ellis addressed the reports and didn’t exactly deny the claims. In a lengthy statement shared on social media, Ross said that she “was in renegotiation, like many actors find themselves in during the fourth season of a successful show.”

She continued, “I wanted to be compensated in a way that matches my contribution to a show that I love for many reasons, including the opportunity it allows me to reshape what it is to be a fully realized black woman on TV.”

She did, however, confirm that claims there were threats are false. “I wish I could have been called by the reporter to confirm that,” she wrote.

Tracy’s statement falls right in line with what her co-stars, Deon Cole and Jenifer Lewis, explained to HipHollywood on Sunday night during the 2018 SAG Awards.

When asked about Ross’ desire to earn more money, Lewis said, “Tracee should have more money, you should have more money, every woman should have more money because we’ve been in the background too long. ”

Television’s favorite mom continued, “We’ve got grab her by the pussy in the White House and women are not standing for it anymore. Black-ish is a very important show, we are dealing with all the pressing issues of our time … This is the time to look it in the face and address it and come through the fire. Women are not taking it anymore.”

Deon also shut down rumors that Ross would be taking a back seat, telling us “There’s two sides to every story. Tracee is fine, everybody is fine, and everybody is getting paid. Everybody is eating. It’s all love I promise you.”

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