As Wyclef say, “Shakira, Shakira”. And I’m saying it now. Y’all didn’t know that she’s my “secret” baby mama. Just kidding, but I do have a huge crush on her for many reasons inclusive to her rockin body. But anyway…..
It’s been reported that the Latina pop singer has signed to Roc Nation (Jay Z) management team. Da*n Jay, you got all the hunnies man; Beyonce (wifey), Rihanna, Melanie Fiona and now reportedly SHAKIRA.
The superstar Colombian singer has signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation for management, XXLMag.com has learned. The news definitely marks a coup for Roc Nation. With worldwide appeal, Shakira has sold more than 60 million albums and won 12 Billboard Latin Music Awards, eight Latin Grammy Awards and two Grammy Awards. With the signing to Roc Nation for management, Shakira joins the likes of Rihanna, Wale, Santigold and Melanie Fiona, who are all signed under Roc Nation’s management umbrella. Managed producers under Roc Nation include Jahlil Beats, No I.D. and S1. Signed Roc Nation artists of course include the company’s founder, Jay-Z, J. Cole, Jay Electronica, Rita Ora and Willow Smith, the daughter of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith. (XXL Mag)
Just incase you forgot, Shakira and Beyonce did make a video together. One word for it. HOT! Check it out below.
She does have a point. Think about it, she’s WHITE. They invented the N-Word. Black people, I understand how offensive it might be to hear such a controversial word (different in opinions about whether it is offensive or not); however, it’s not ours. Change the spelling of it or even turn it into an acronym, yet you can’t destroy it’s root.
Claiming Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane had no problem with her dropping N-bombs, Nasty said her decision to limit the usage came from people feeling disrespected.
“Gucci Mane had no problem with it. Gucci Mane told me, sh*t, I’m more street than these muthaf*ckas that are talkin’ about me saying the N-word,” Nasty said in an interview. “Everybody tells me that. Nobody ever actually came to my face and said, “You can’t say the N-word.” You know what I’m sayin’? I feel like a lot of people were feeling disrespected. I don’t want people to feel like I’m racist, or whatever the fact is. I’d rather just have a positive way, and show them that that word does not make me. … I don’t feel like it has anything to do with race. I feel like people use that word the way I use it. You know what I’m sayin’? If I can’t say it, then basically nobody should be able to say it then, you know what I’m sayin’? I don’t give a f*ck!” (XXL Mag)