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Reply #30 posted 03/26/17 4:13pm

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Adorecream said:

2020 said:

All that matters is in 10 years time who will people remember???

Aretha Franklin - OF COURSE YES - A LEGEND

Nicki Minaj - HELL NO - a skank ass ho

NEXTTTTTTT!!!

Exactly she is already 34, a granma and nearly a great granma in her hood ass mentality (Where 12 year old Shamikas have babies every 12 years, as soon as they have working parts Darnell or Marquise be rappin to them - "Yo yo bitch, I hope you took the pill, cos I won't pay the bill yo".

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34 is like 238 in the rap community, in 10 years she will be 44 and just look tried unless she is dead from her butt injections exploding or a drug overdose.

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She is the skankiest of skanks and most ho ass of hoes, she has NO musical talent, then none of these shit hoppers can do anything musical except take drugs, shoot guns, fuck and swear along to a machine pumped beat. That is not music.

I smell some racism in your lines. That line is funny, though. lol

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Reply #31 posted 03/26/17 4:32pm

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2020 said:

All that matters is in 10 years time who will people remember???

Aretha Franklin - OF COURSE YES - A LEGEND

Nicki Minaj - HELL NO - a skank ass ho

NEXTTTTTTT!!!

falloff AMEN!!!! lol

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Reply #32 posted 03/26/17 4:34pm

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214 said:

Adorecream said:

Exactly she is already 34, a granma and nearly a great granma in her hood ass mentality (Where 12 year old Shamikas have babies every 12 years, as soon as they have working parts Darnell or Marquise be rappin to them - "Yo yo bitch, I hope you took the pill, cos I won't pay the bill yo".

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34 is like 238 in the rap community, in 10 years she will be 44 and just look tried unless she is dead from her butt injections exploding or a drug overdose.

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She is the skankiest of skanks and most ho ass of hoes, she has NO musical talent, then none of these shit hoppers can do anything musical except take drugs, shoot guns, fuck and swear along to a machine pumped beat. That is not music.

I smell some racism in your lines. That line is funny, though. lol

The Truth is not always racism.

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Reply #33 posted 03/26/17 6:29pm

Adorecream

That line is actually from a 2 Live Crew song, it was either Pop that Pussy or something off as Nasty as they want to be, its been 26 years since I listened to that juvenile crap.

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Still 2 Live Crew is gold next to Micki Minaj.

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Reply #34 posted 03/26/17 7:32pm

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kitbradley said:



214 said:




Adorecream said:



Exactly she is already 34, a granma and nearly a great granma in her hood ass mentality (Where 12 year old Shamikas have babies every 12 years, as soon as they have working parts Darnell or Marquise be rappin to them - "Yo yo bitch, I hope you took the pill, cos I won't pay the bill yo".


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34 is like 238 in the rap community, in 10 years she will be 44 and just look tried unless she is dead from her butt injections exploding or a drug overdose.


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She is the skankiest of skanks and most ho ass of hoes, she has NO musical talent, then none of these shit hoppers can do anything musical except take drugs, shoot guns, fuck and swear along to a machine pumped beat. That is not music.



I smell some racism in your lines. That line is funny, though. lol



The Truth is not always racism.


Every rapper don't take drugs and shot guns and swear. Hell that could be a heavy metal band.
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Reply #35 posted 03/27/17 12:54am

Adorecream

LittleBLUECorvette said:

kitbradley said:

The Truth is not always racism.

Every rapper don't take drugs and shot guns and swear. Hell that could be a heavy metal band.

I know that, but most of the successful ones do. Record labels don't sign or promote hip hop and rap artists unless they are promoting that hood thug, g dogg shit. Probably a lot of cats who were nice guys until they got a contract and had to change up their act to being a g and every female being a boss ass bitch or some booty shakin video ho.

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I agree heavy metal has a lot to answer for, the rampant drugs and alcohol along with music that tests the limit of what is music (Shreiking and swearing, boning away at guitars).

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Reply #36 posted 03/27/17 6:11am

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Adorecream said:



LittleBLUECorvette said:


kitbradley said:


The Truth is not always racism.



Every rapper don't take drugs and shot guns and swear. Hell that could be a heavy metal band.

I know that, but most of the successful ones do. Record labels don't sign or promote hip hop and rap artists unless they are promoting that hood thug, g dogg shit. Probably a lot of cats who were nice guys until they got a contract and had to change up their act to being a g and every female being a boss ass bitch or some booty shakin video ho.


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I agree heavy metal has a lot to answer for, the rampant drugs and alcohol along with music that tests the limit of what is music (Shreiking and swearing, boning away at guitars).


Ludacris and Ice Cube don't do drugs and shoot guns.
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Reply #37 posted 04/25/17 12:55pm

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Adorecream said:

Record labels don't sign or promote hip hop and rap artists unless they are promoting that hood thug.

I think it's not so much that it's not promoted by the labels and more there's not a large enough audience that wants to buy or listen to conscious rap. Look at the movies, action films and superhero movies are more likely to be blockbusters and make a lot of money than other kinds of movies. Violent video games like Call Of Duty & Grand Theft Auto are really popular. TV is full of cop & crime shows. The labels are giving the audience what it wants. They're trying to make money, not sell a message. It's not like the other non-hip hop music on the Top 40 is message music. What social message does Maroon 5, Adele, & Taylor Swift have? So why do people expect popular hip hop to be that? If the mainstream wanted to hear message music then folk music would be popular and get Top 40 airplay and maybe gospel too. You can't make someone buy something they don't want, no matter how much it's promoted. The majority of people are never going to eat at a raw foodist restaurant instead of McDonald's & KFC.

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Reply #38 posted 04/25/17 3:08pm

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I'll stick with quality over quantity any day. razz

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Reply #39 posted 04/25/17 3:24pm

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214 said:

MotownSubdivision said:

heathilly said: I'd say we're being pretty reasonable.

Don't think so.

I do.

Read the posts above my first.

[Edited 4/25/17 15:24pm]

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Reply #40 posted 04/25/17 3:55pm

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And how many will have the impact of even the worst Aretha song.....NONE! These numbers are pure meaningless now. It's like the thing with Drake and MJ etc...talking about HYPE about nothing.

Completely agree with you 100%

Relevancy holds no weight if your contributions and work don't make an impact

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Reply #41 posted 04/25/17 4:16pm

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WTF is Nicki Minaj??

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Reply #42 posted 04/25/17 4:32pm

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TheFman said:

WTF is Nicki Minaj??

Image result for nicki minaj chicken gif

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Reply #43 posted 04/26/17 3:31am

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eek Yikes!!!!! lol

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Reply #44 posted 04/26/17 6:49am

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Musicslave said:

My first thought was how many of those 76 entries are actual solo performances versus features?

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My next thought was, What the hell is Miley Cyrus doing that high on that list?

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lol


LOL I had exactly those thoughts too... in the same order.

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Reply #45 posted 04/26/17 7:03am

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Adorecream said:

I agree heavy metal has a lot to answer for, the rampant drugs and alcohol along with music that tests the limit of what is music (Shreiking and swearing, boning away at guitars).

Now hold your horses. Metal musicians are real musicians. They know how to write tunes and and how to play their instruments. That's a prerequisite in making it. Many metal musicians are virtuosos. None of that is necessary in the pop or hip hop world.

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Reply #46 posted 04/26/17 8:17am

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Hell meet global warming.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #47 posted 04/26/17 9:59am

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

Ludacris and Ice Cube don't do drugs and shoot guns.

Some people act like those old acts were clean living like Donny Osmond or Mr. Rogers. lol Didn't James Brown have a shootout at a Joe Tex concert and later shot at his wife's car? James beat up Tammi Terrell & other women and pistol whiped some of his band members. Jazz acts were often drug users like Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Chet Baker, & Billie Holiday. So did R&B singers like Natalie Cole, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Teddy Pendergrass, and many others. There were blues & country singers that did drugs and/or were alcoholics. Jelly Roll Morton & Sly Stone were pimps. The Rat Pack were involved with the mafia, especially Frank Sinatra. Wilson Pickett wasn't called "Wicked Pickett" for nothing. Little Richard did all kinds of things. Jerry Lee Lewis married his teen cousin. During his gospel days, Sam Cooke was put in jail for having obscene literature and letting one of his girlsfriends keep it and she got caught at school with it. Jackie Wilson was in a street gang at one time. Jackie recorded a X rated song with profanity and mentions of reefer with Laverne Baker. It wasn't released at the time though. There were gospel acts that participated in orgies. It's even rumored that the father of Aretha Franklin's oldest child is her father Rev. C.L. Franklin.

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Reply #48 posted 04/26/17 10:42am

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To mention Nicki Minaj in the same breath as Aretha Franklin is just sickening to me ...

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Reply #49 posted 04/26/17 10:50am

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More than half of these are features. With that said, the way Billboard keeps records now and days it's no surprise. And it took her all of what 7 years. Take a look over on the male side. I think Drake and Lil Wayne are both 1 and 2 all-time.

That....kinda makes me die a little inside, Head Detective.

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Reply #50 posted 04/26/17 11:09am

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Aretha Franklin slams Dionne Warwick for her comment at Whitney Houston's funeral
April 26, 2017, CBS News

The saying goes that revenge is a dish best served cold.

That must be why Aretha Franklin has waited five years to get back at Dionne Warwick, via fax to the AP.

The Queen of Soul is coming out swinging against the fellow legend, accusing her of making up a story that she was Whitney Houston’s godmother, even though the alleged offense happened five years ago at Houston’s funeral.

“She blatantly lied on me ... fully well knowing what she was doing,” Aretha Franklin said in a phone interview.

Franklin called The Associated Press on Tuesday, after sending a lengthy fax the day before, to address what she claimed was a “libelous” statement against her made five years ago at Houston’s funeral. At the time, Warwick told funeral-goers that Franklin was there and introduced her, but then realized she wasn’t in attendance.

“’Ree’s not here, but she is here,” Warwick said, referring to Franklin by a nickname. “She loves Whitney as if she were born to her. She is her godmother.”

At the time, Franklin said she was suffering from swollen feet and had to skip the funeral so she could perform later that night at Radio City Music Hall in New York, which she said she was contractually obligated to do.

Though Cissy Houston, Whitney Houston’s mother, said in the days afterward that Franklin wasn’t Houston’s godmother (it was Darlene Love), Franklin felt the comment was damaging to her and planned to address it at a later date.

“There’s been so much going on around her (Houston), around the service, around the drugs, around her and Bobby (Brown) supposed to be fighting, I didn’t want to add anything to that and I didn’t want to be a part of that,” she said.

Five years later, Franklin feels that time is now.

While the story that Houston was Franklin’s goddaughter has been part of her story for decades, Franklin said she first met Houston when Houston was a child — and she was far too busy to be anyone’s godmother.

Franklin saw Warwick last week at the Tribeca Film Festival’s premiere of mentor Clive Davis’ documentary, “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives,” and she also performed. Franklin said Warwick tried to talk to her backstage.

“She said, ‘Give me a hug.’ I said, ‘Oh hell no. You couldn’t be serious,’” Franklin said.

When asked if she wanted an apology from Warwick, she said: “I don’t care about her apology, at this point it isn’t about an apology, it’s about libel.”

She added: “We’ve never been friends and I don’t think that Dionne has ever liked me.”

Franklin once covered Warwick’s hit “Walk on By,” and, more famously, “I Say A Little Prayer.”

When asked for comment, Warwick’s representative Angelo Ellerbee said: “She will not dignify a response to the statement made by Aretha Franklin.”

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Reply #51 posted 04/27/17 7:47am

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MickyDolenz said:

Aretha Franklin slams Dionne Warwick for her comment at Whitney Houston's funeral
April 26, 2017, CBS News

The saying goes that revenge is a dish best served cold.

That must be why Aretha Franklin has waited five years to get back at Dionne Warwick, via fax to the AP.

The Queen of Soul is coming out swinging against the fellow legend, accusing her of making up a story that she was Whitney Houston’s godmother, even though the alleged offense happened five years ago at Houston’s funeral.

“She blatantly lied on me ... fully well knowing what she was doing,” Aretha Franklin said in a phone interview.

Franklin called The Associated Press on Tuesday, after sending a lengthy fax the day before, to address what she claimed was a “libelous” statement against her made five years ago at Houston’s funeral. At the time, Warwick told funeral-goers that Franklin was there and introduced her, but then realized she wasn’t in attendance.

“’Ree’s not here, but she is here,” Warwick said, referring to Franklin by a nickname. “She loves Whitney as if she were born to her. She is her godmother.”

At the time, Franklin said she was suffering from swollen feet and had to skip the funeral so she could perform later that night at Radio City Music Hall in New York, which she said she was contractually obligated to do.

Though Cissy Houston, Whitney Houston’s mother, said in the days afterward that Franklin wasn’t Houston’s godmother (it was Darlene Love), Franklin felt the comment was damaging to her and planned to address it at a later date.

“There’s been so much going on around her (Houston), around the service, around the drugs, around her and Bobby (Brown) supposed to be fighting, I didn’t want to add anything to that and I didn’t want to be a part of that,” she said.

Five years later, Franklin feels that time is now.

While the story that Houston was Franklin’s goddaughter has been part of her story for decades, Franklin said she first met Houston when Houston was a child — and she was far too busy to be anyone’s godmother.

Franklin saw Warwick last week at the Tribeca Film Festival’s premiere of mentor Clive Davis’ documentary, “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives,” and she also performed. Franklin said Warwick tried to talk to her backstage.

“She said, ‘Give me a hug.’ I said, ‘Oh hell no. You couldn’t be serious,’” Franklin said.

When asked if she wanted an apology from Warwick, she said: “I don’t care about her apology, at this point it isn’t about an apology, it’s about libel.”

She added: “We’ve never been friends and I don’t think that Dionne has ever liked me.”

Franklin once covered Warwick’s hit “Walk on By,” and, more famously, “I Say A Little Prayer.”

When asked for comment, Warwick’s representative Angelo Ellerbee said: “She will not dignify a response to the statement made by Aretha Franklin.”

Franklin IS a thin skinned diva, for sure...no doubt about it. She is also is one of the greatest-if not THE greatest- singer in the history of popular music

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Reply #52 posted 04/27/17 9:20am

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MickyDolenz said:

Aretha Franklin slams Dionne Warwick for her comment at Whitney Houston's funeral
April 26, 2017, CBS News

The saying goes that revenge is a dish best served cold.

That must be why Aretha Franklin has waited five years to get back at Dionne Warwick, via fax to the AP.

The Queen of Soul is coming out swinging against the fellow legend, accusing her of making up a story that she was Whitney Houston’s godmother, even though the alleged offense happened five years ago at Houston’s funeral.

“She blatantly lied on me ... fully well knowing what she was doing,” Aretha Franklin said in a phone interview.

Franklin called The Associated Press on Tuesday, after sending a lengthy fax the day before, to address what she claimed was a “libelous” statement against her made five years ago at Houston’s funeral. At the time, Warwick told funeral-goers that Franklin was there and introduced her, but then realized she wasn’t in attendance.

“’Ree’s not here, but she is here,” Warwick said, referring to Franklin by a nickname. “She loves Whitney as if she were born to her. She is her godmother.”

At the time, Franklin said she was suffering from swollen feet and had to skip the funeral so she could perform later that night at Radio City Music Hall in New York, which she said she was contractually obligated to do.

Though Cissy Houston, Whitney Houston’s mother, said in the days afterward that Franklin wasn’t Houston’s godmother (it was Darlene Love), Franklin felt the comment was damaging to her and planned to address it at a later date.

“There’s been so much going on around her (Houston), around the service, around the drugs, around her and Bobby (Brown) supposed to be fighting, I didn’t want to add anything to that and I didn’t want to be a part of that,” she said.

Five years later, Franklin feels that time is now.

While the story that Houston was Franklin’s goddaughter has been part of her story for decades, Franklin said she first met Houston when Houston was a child — and she was far too busy to be anyone’s godmother.

Franklin saw Warwick last week at the Tribeca Film Festival’s premiere of mentor Clive Davis’ documentary, “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives,” and she also performed. Franklin said Warwick tried to talk to her backstage.

“She said, ‘Give me a hug.’ I said, ‘Oh hell no. You couldn’t be serious,’” Franklin said.

When asked if she wanted an apology from Warwick, she said: “I don’t care about her apology, at this point it isn’t about an apology, it’s about libel.”

She added: “We’ve never been friends and I don’t think that Dionne has ever liked me.”

Franklin once covered Warwick’s hit “Walk on By,” and, more famously, “I Say A Little Prayer.”

When asked for comment, Warwick’s representative Angelo Ellerbee said: “She will not dignify a response to the statement made by Aretha Franklin.”

Much ado about nothing. lol

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Reply #53 posted 04/27/17 9:21am

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I weep for the youth of today. They have no idea how shitty their music is.

smile You are correct sir! I've been listening to a lot of 70's music lately and it's so awesome. Real musicians who can play and sing (I mean really sing). So much great rnb, funk, rock and pop. I don't care if it makes me sound old, at least I didn't grow up listening to today's shite.

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Reply #54 posted 04/27/17 2:27pm

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MickyDolenz said:

Aretha Franklin slams Dionne Warwick for her comment at Whitney Houston's funeral
April 26, 2017, CBS News

The saying goes that revenge is a dish best served cold.

That must be why Aretha Franklin has waited five years to get back at Dionne Warwick, via fax to the AP.

The Queen of Soul is coming out swinging against the fellow legend, accusing her of making up a story that she was Whitney Houston’s godmother, even though the alleged offense happened five years ago at Houston’s funeral.

“She blatantly lied on me ... fully well knowing what she was doing,” Aretha Franklin said in a phone interview.

Franklin called The Associated Press on Tuesday, after sending a lengthy fax the day before, to address what she claimed was a “libelous” statement against her made five years ago at Houston’s funeral. At the time, Warwick told funeral-goers that Franklin was there and introduced her, but then realized she wasn’t in attendance.

“’Ree’s not here, but she is here,” Warwick said, referring to Franklin by a nickname. “She loves Whitney as if she were born to her. She is her godmother.”

At the time, Franklin said she was suffering from swollen feet and had to skip the funeral so she could perform later that night at Radio City Music Hall in New York, which she said she was contractually obligated to do.

Though Cissy Houston, Whitney Houston’s mother, said in the days afterward that Franklin wasn’t Houston’s godmother (it was Darlene Love), Franklin felt the comment was damaging to her and planned to address it at a later date.

“There’s been so much going on around her (Houston), around the service, around the drugs, around her and Bobby (Brown) supposed to be fighting, I didn’t want to add anything to that and I didn’t want to be a part of that,” she said.

Five years later, Franklin feels that time is now.

While the story that Houston was Franklin’s goddaughter has been part of her story for decades, Franklin said she first met Houston when Houston was a child — and she was far too busy to be anyone’s godmother.

Franklin saw Warwick last week at the Tribeca Film Festival’s premiere of mentor Clive Davis’ documentary, “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives,” and she also performed. Franklin said Warwick tried to talk to her backstage.

“She said, ‘Give me a hug.’ I said, ‘Oh hell no. You couldn’t be serious,’” Franklin said.

When asked if she wanted an apology from Warwick, she said: “I don’t care about her apology, at this point it isn’t about an apology, it’s about libel.”

She added: “We’ve never been friends and I don’t think that Dionne has ever liked me.”

Franklin once covered Warwick’s hit “Walk on By,” and, more famously, “I Say A Little Prayer.”

When asked for comment, Warwick’s representative Angelo Ellerbee said: “She will not dignify a response to the statement made by Aretha Franklin.”

Ain't it coincidental this comes up around the same time Whitney's unauthorised biopic comes out.

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Reply #55 posted 04/27/17 3:07pm

RJOrion

214 said:

Adorecream said:

Exactly she is already 34, a granma and nearly a great granma in her hood ass mentality (Where 12 year old Shamikas have babies every 12 years, as soon as they have working parts Darnell or Marquise be rappin to them - "Yo yo bitch, I hope you took the pill, cos I won't pay the bill yo".

.

34 is like 238 in the rap community, in 10 years she will be 44 and just look tried unless she is dead from her butt injections exploding or a drug overdose.

.

She is the skankiest of skanks and most ho ass of hoes, she has NO musical talent, then none of these shit hoppers can do anything musical except take drugs, shoot guns, fuck and swear along to a machine pumped beat. That is not music.

I smell some racism in your lines. That line is funny, though. lol

i smell it too...i often smell it from his/hers/its' comments...

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Reply #56 posted 04/27/17 3:15pm

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It's unfortunate underserving individuals are obtaining all these records over truly classic artists. They need to seperate these chart records to Pre internet and Post internet.

yes!

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