SAWEETIE RESPONDS TO TWITTER USER SHADING HER OVER LOW EP SALES: Saweetie took to social media to respond to people criticizing the low sales of her new EP The Single Life. The project is set to move 2,000 units in its first week. Saweetie tweeted this past weekend, “I make music for pretty b*tches! if you can’t relate i understand.” One Twitter user wrote, “Damn I didn’t know it was only 2,000 pretty b*tches in the world?” Saweetie then shared the tweet and included a screenshot of the user’s Spotify page, which revealed they only have one monthly listener. She wrote, “I hope all 2,000 support you babes."
DRAKE GIFTS DJ KHALED FOUR HIGH TECH TOILETS FOR HIS BIRTHDAY: Drake gifted DJ Khaled a set of high end toilets, which were on Khaled's home improvement wish list. According to Rap-Up, the rapper bought Khaled four TOTO toilet bowls, which cost around $6,000. The “Neorest” ceramic bowls have features like “a remote control, heated seat with temperature control, air deodorizer, night light and a tornado flush system.” Khaled showed off the gift on his Instagram page, saying “This is not no regular toilet bowl. If you ever been to Drake’s house, his toilet bowls are incredible.”
SNOOP DOGG'S DAUGHTER CORI BROADUS IS ENGAGED: Snoop Dogg recently revealed that his daughter Cori Broadus is engaged to boyfriend Wayne Duece. the 23-year-old shared a video from the moment, along with the caption, “The easiest YES ever. wayneduece I love you so much and can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with you.”
REPORT: B.G. IS BEING RELEASED FROM PRISON IN A 'FEW' WEEKS: Reports say that B.G. is set to be released from prison where he is currently serving the last few months of a 14 year sentence. During an IG Live, Birdman said that the rapper, born Christopher Dorsey, will be released in the next few weeks. B.G.'s last reported projected release date of April 7, 2024.B.G.’s original 14-year sentence was handed down in July 2012 after the rapper pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm, and obstructed justice by convincing an associate to claim ownership of the gun.