Recently, Facebook revealed that 83 million of its 955 million users were indeed fake. But what about Twitter? The social network hasn't given up any hard numbers on the fake accounts that are currently floating around in the Twitterverse, but a new website is on a mission to get down to the bottom of it on their own.
Remember that huge NYC nightclub fight back in June between those two R&B dudes? A newly filed lawsuit in the Manhattan Supreme Court claims that Chris Brown and Drake are the ones responsible for starting the whole mess that sent bottles flying, not to mention numerous innocent bystanders to the emergency room.
Contrary to previous reports, Missy Elliott and Timbaland are not involved in the posthumous Aaliyah album. Missy and Timbo’s manager issued a press release (via Billboard), stating they “will not be participating” on the Drake and Noah “40″ Shebib executive-produced project.
It seems like everyone knows about the upcoming posthumous Aaliyah album … except for Missy Elliott. The veteran rapper who has collaborated with the late songbird seems to be out of the loop when it comes to the project that Drake and his producer Noah “40″ Shebib are co-executive producing.
After Drake released his Aaliyah duet ‘Enough Said‘ over the Internet, many are still wondering if Timbaland would be involved in the anticipated posthumous album. Well, the answer is yes, Timbo will be working on the project.
In his music, Drake often raps about his humble beginnings while growing up in his hometown of Toronto. But some critics have questioned Drizzy’s authenticity when it comes to his upbringing since he was raised primarily in an upper middle-class neighborhood. Drake scoffs at any notion that he grew up as a rich kid.
Rumors have recently surfaced that Drake is set to executive produce Aaliyah‘s posthumous album and that he will premiere his new song featuring the late songbird at Sunday’s (Aug. 5) OVO Music Festival in Toronto. In a recent interview with Power 105′s The Breakfast Club, Timbaland frowned at the news of a Drake-Aaliyah collaborative song.
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