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Danity Kane Studio Brawl, Dawn Richard Clocks Aubrey O’Day In The Head



Damaged, damaged, damaged. Danity Kane’s friendship just might be … Damaged.

The Los Angeles Police Department tells HipHollywood that during a recording session in Los Angeles on Monday, Dawn Richard and Aubrey O’Day got into a heated argument which turned physical. A source tells TMZ, Dawn wound up hitting Aubrey in the head with a closed fist. The group’s third member, Shannon Bex tried to break the fight up but was unsuccessful.

Following Monday’s melee, Aubrey posted on Twitter:

“Hurt people, hurt people.”

We are told that a battery report was taken and cops are currently investigating.

Since the group’s coming together on MTV’s Making the Band in 2005, the girls have had a slew of problems. In 2006, the band dropped their debut album Danity Kane and followed up with another successful album in 2008, Welcome to the Dollhouse. Unfortunately, the success didn’t last.

In October 2008, Diddy got rid of two group members, Wanita “D. Woods” Woodgett and Aubrey. The three remaining, Shannon, Dawn and Aundrea Fimbres were to carry on, but disbanded in 2009.

In 2013, after being released from Bad Boy Records, O’Day, Bex, Richard and Fimbres announced that they will be reuniting and giving fans what we’ve all been waiting for, new music. But in 2014, Fimrbes pulled out, leaving Aubrey, Dawn and Bex. The group is currently working on their third studio album.

HipHollywood caught up with DK in July and the clan seemed to be on good terms.”We love our fans,” Aubrey said. “They’ve kept us here. They’re the reason why we came back. They’re the reason why we get up there and do everything that we do. We are just about being able to connect with people.”

Check out the group in happier times below:


Chris Graham Reveals Best Advice Cousin Drake Has Given Him



There’s a new member to the OVO Sound family. Drake’s Toronto-based label is expanding it’s roster, and this time the new addition is actually family.

Drizzy has signed his first cousin Christopher “Royalty” Graham to OVO.

If you couldn’t tell from the last name, the Memphis-bred rapper is actually blood-related. His father and Drake’s dad, Dennis Graham, are brothers, and it’s safe to say music definitely runs through their genes.

We caught up with the new signee, who now just goes by the stage name Chris Graham, at the 2017 American Music Award’s about his upcoming project, who’s a better singer him or Drake, and the best advice his big cousin has given him.


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