Cardi B Tweaks Lyrics To Fit Divorce With Offset At Jingle Bash

Last week, Cardi B revealed that she and Offset have been going their separate methods after a whirlwind romance that included a secret marriage, a child lady, and some hit data all within the span one yr. 

Shortly after, she was tasked with gracing the stage on the B96 Jingle Bash in Chicago this weekend alongside the likes Mike Posner, Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Lauv, and Why Don’t We. 

Naturally, her set was one anticipation and she or he delivered on her routine set hits, plucked from her Invasion Of Privacy album and past, together with her memorable verse from Migos and Nicki Minaj collabo “MotorSport.” During her rendition the verse, nonetheless, she determined to vary the lyrics up only a bit to higher serve her present relationship standing. Where Cardi usually raps, “I stand up, set f/I flip Offset on/I instructed him the opposite day/Man, we must always promote that porn,” she t switched it up by saying, “I stand up, set f/I flip Offset on/I instructed him the opposite day/Yeah, we gon’ break up.”


Cardi’s announcement her pending divorce from Offset was one which was met with an equal combine shock and expectancy from most people. Since going public along with her information, although, Cardi’s been taking main wins within the course of. It was whereas leaving a court docket look wherein she was launched with out bail that she additionally discovered that she was nominated for a complete 5 GRAMMY awards, together with Album The Year.

Ron Burgundy Harasses Don Lemon On Twitter To Promote His New Podcast

Ron Burgundy, like Pusha T, Kanye and (rather less so) Malice, is kinda like a giant deal. He can also be again, like Pusha, Malice and Cam’ron had been, by common demand. He introduced his new podcast, which is able to air on iHeartRadio and be co-produced by Funny or Die, by saying: “hear, I do not know what a podcast is, however I at present have loads time on my fingers and loads to speak about. I’m additionally broke. Therefore, I’m very excited to do that podcast. It is actually saving my life.”

He additionally clarified the genesis his new podcast: “by the way in which, if iHeartRadio says that I harassed them into making a podcast, it’s a lie!! A boldface lie. Did I name them 100 occasions in at some point? Yes! But that is referred to as persistence! I’ve filed go well with towards iHeartRadio for these salacious claims. I shall be representing myself legally, since I at present wouldn’t have sufficient cash to rent an legal professional.”

The podcast will apparently be working for 2 twelve episode seasons and already has itself a twitter account the place Burgundy has gone after Don Lemon, Trump model, to attempt to achieve some clout: 

Lemon made the error replying and the 2 turned embroiled in a back-and-forth that escalated in a short time certainly:

A number of tweets later…

The podcast is coming in early 2019.

iHeartMedia Files For Bankruptcy

Looks can be deceiving in the business world. Despite its huge name and influence, iHeartMedia is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The news comes to us today after defaulting on a $106 million payment in February. The company is now restructuring their $20 billion in debt to companies they owe; now totaling over $10 billion.

“The agreement we announced today is a significant accomplishment, as it allows us to definitively address the more than $20 billion in debt that has burdened our capital structure,” CEO Bob Pittman revealed. “Achieving a capital structure that finally matches our impressive operating business will further enhance iHeartMedia’s position as America’s #1 audio company.” The financial woes are said to come from a leveraged buyout in 2008, back when they were named Clear Channel Outdoor.

An analyst credited “financial engineering” as their approach to longevity. Some the companies that are in need to be paid back are Nielsen, SoundExchange, Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group, and Spotify. Seth Crystall, an analyst at Debtwire mentioned, “They’re not shutting down. They’re going to pay their bills. If you were listening to iHeartRadio, or going to iHeart concerts, you will not even know the difference.” It’s an optimistic outlook on the unfortunate circumstances, and ideally this won’t affect the millions fans.