After a long hiatus, MTV’s Punk’d made its return to television this season with crazier pranks, bigger explosives and numerous heart grabbing moments. This season, however, was a tad bit different than the others as the creator Ashton Kutcher enlisted numerous celebrities to prank their celeb friends instead of him doing the pranking (which sometimes was much funnier) but in a special upcoming episode, Ashton returns to punk Drake and Kim Kardashian.
In the short teaser clip, released by MTV, Drake was caught on camera looking mad scared as he says, “I thought we were about to get f-cking blown up!’. Although you have to tune in next Sunday, June 3rd to see exactly what shook him up, the teaser is pretty funny.
Rihanna and Drizzy both traveled to Miami for Memorial Day weekend to be a part of French Montana’s new video titled, ‘Pop That’, along with Rick Ross and Lil Wayne but it was Ri and Drake’s chemistry when the cameras weren’t rolling that had folks buzzing. Later that night, they were spotted at Liv Nightclub holding hands while making their way through the club.
No love lost between these two…
Meanwhile, Rihanna may have sparked up a petty beef between Chris Brown and rapper Meek Mill after rumors of a possible romance between the two hit the internet last month. There were rumors that Chris Brown removed Meek Mill from a track on his upcoming album right after Rihanna appeared at Meek Mill’s party and Meek confirmed those reports when he tweeted over the weekend:
‘You took me off your song because she let me watch da throne #dreamsandnightmares’
‘She’s a dream chaser! There are alot of dreamers so she’ll be running
French Montana had Miami popping off over Memorial Day weekend. The Bad Boy rapper threw a lavish house party at a mansion and invited some of his famous friends. It was all caught on tape for “Pop That,” the first single off his upcoming debut Excuse My French, due July 17.
He partied poolside with some bikini-clad babes and his “Club Paradise” tourmate Drake, as well as Lil Wayne and Rick Ross. The rappers are all featured on the record, which samples 2 Live Crew’s raunchy single “Pop That Pu**y.” Rihanna was also spotted on set, watching the boys at work. Scenes
Shanell steals the spotlight in the smoldering video for “So Good” featuring Lil Wayne and Drake. The Young Money crew pulls into a drive-in movie theater, where Lil Wayne pops the trunk on a Porsche Panamera and unveils his sexy protégée. Drizzy appears on the projection screen as Ms. Shanell flirts with Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee.
As the sun rises the next morning, she puts the moves on her hunky co-star, with her seductive song “6 AM” serving as the soundtrack.
Shanell is working on her long-awaited debut album and will release her mixtape Nobody’s Bitch next month.
Tyga kicks it old school in the video for his Careless World single “Still Got It” featuring Drake. Set in Harlem in the early ’90s, the Young Money rapper spits game to a girl, while wearing a Fendi bucket hat, puffy jacket, gold chains, and holding a retro cell phone. But after his leading lady (Audra Simmons of RichGirl) walks away with another guy, gunfire erupts and the block disperses. Drake does not appear in the video, but look for a cameo from Teyana Taylor.
Drake jumps on the remix to DJ Drama’s single “We in This Bitch,” which also boasts a new verse from Future. The original track featured Future, Young Jeezy, T.I., and Ludacris, and will appear on Drama’s upcoming album Quality Street Music.
“Not time for no good girl/ They hold on, they cling too much/ I just want a hood bitch that tells me I sing too much,” raps Drizzy.
Only hours after dropping his rip-roaring collaboration with Big Sean (“Burn”), Meek Mill breaks us off with another heavy-hitting record from his DJ Drama-hosted mixtape Dreamchasers 2, which arrives Monday. The Maybach Music MC, whose debut album Dreams & Nightmares is due August 28, teams with Drake and Jeremih on “Amen.” Sing their praises below.