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Keke Palmer is blasting Trey Songz on social media over the use of her likeness in his music video for “Pick up the Phone.” The video dropped over the weekend, and unbeknownst to Palmer, she appears in it.

The actress wrote on Instagram that she stopped by a party Trey threw in Miami, and while there, people began asking her to be in his music video. “One person asks me and I say, ‘No.’ Another person asks me and I’m like, ‘NO.’ People keep asking me. Now mind you, they’ve been giving food, they’ve been giving drinks and I’m just starting to feel like I’m being cornered and I’m not in a professional situation,” she explains in a video posted on Instagram.

“I came here for a party but I’m being pressured to do business and I’m not in the right mind, I’m under the influence and I don’t feel like it’s fair that I’m having to deal with this right now. And I keep being asked and asked and asked and being pressured.” Palmer claims that despite repeatedly declining the offer, folks continued filming her.”

Trey fired back on Twitter, saying Palmer is blowing things out of proportion.

Palmer offered a rebuttal on Instagram. As for the video, it has since been removed from WorldStarHipHop who posted it exclusively.

The gag is, I just came to party.

A photo posted by Laurennnn Palmer (@kekepalmer) on


Cardi B. Just Made Rap History!!



You can’t F with her if you wanted to…

Carbi B. scored a major hit with her single “Bodak Yellow”. And after a viral campaign calling for fans to make Cardi #1, it happened. The reality star turned rapper just dethroned Taylor Swift for the number one position on the Hot 100 chart.

According to Billboard:

Cardi B is only the fifth female rapper ever to lead the Hot 100 at all. After (Lauryn) Hill (with “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in 1998), Lil’ Kim ruled for five weeks in 2001 with Christina Aguilera, Mya and P!nk on “Lady Marmalade”; Shawnna reigned as featured on Ludacris’ “Stand Up,” which topped the Dec. 6, 2003, chart; and Iggy Azalea‘s introductory Hot 100 hit, “Fancy,” featuring Charli XCX, led for seven weeks in 2014.

Cardi B is also the first female soloist to top the Hot 100 with a debut track unaccompanied by another artist since Meghan Trainor, whose “All About That Bass” led for eight weeks beginning Sept. 20, 2014.

Let’s all clap for Cardi!

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