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Jay Z & Beyonce Receive Black Rage Over Whiteout at Tidal

Jay Z’s office photo at Tidal is kinda like playing Where’s Black Waldo? — and Jay Z is Waldo.

The pic popped up on Beyonce’s website this week, and shows Jay and Bey mugging with a few dozen staffers at the HQ for the streaming service — and the ONLY black people in the pic are the owners.

On the surface, this seems like something to celebrate. Progress and stuff, right? Problem is, Jay played the race card a few weeks ago, when he called out the black community for not backing his company… the way it supports Apple, Nike and Google … click here for more details.

Rick Ross to 50 Cent It’s Not My Fault … You’re a Loser!

Rick Ross is getting personal in his legal battle with 50 Cent … saying the only reason 50 sued him is to cover up the fact he’s just not as famous as he used to be.

As TMZ first reported, 50 sued Ross to cover his own ass in a lawsuit he’s facing over a leaked sex tape … claiming it is Ross’ fault the video was posted in the first place … so Ross should pay, not him.

But Ross — through his lawyer, Xavier Donaldson — says 50’s only gunning for him in “another attempt to draw attention to his descending entertainment career and one of several desperate, last minute attempts he’s made to avoid and deflect legal and financial responsibility for his own actions.” … click here for more details.

Chris Brown Gets Emotional on Instagram

Chris Brown wants you to understand his complexities.

The controversial singer took to Instagram to express how he is feeling, at one point even admitting that he sometimes allows his flaws to get in the way of him being the best person he can be … click here for more details.

Written by LBeasley (Lauren Beasley), Digital Producer of The Morning Heat and Sports Editor of Radio One Detroit

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