Chrissy and Kimbella address their fight which occurred on Love & Hip-Hop!
The Situation smartened up — he realized Abercrombie used him for free publicity! Mike is now suing the clothing company Abercrombie & Fitch for their sneaking ploy! Read the report below.
The Situation just turned up the heat in his ongoing feud with Abercrombie & Fitch — filing a lawsuit against the clothing company … 3 months after it publicly offered him money NOT to wear its clothes.
You’ll recall — A&F made a public ploy to distance themselves from the Situation back in August, offering him a cash bonus if he agreed never to wear Aber ever again.
Sitch just filed a lawsuit in Florida, claiming Abercrombie has infringed on the GTL and the Situation trademarks, through its bogus advertising ploy and by selling T-shirts with the words “The Fitchuation” and “GTL…You Know The Deal” emblazoned on them.
Sitch wants at least $4,000,000 in damages. Calls to A&F were not returned.
Before Ludacris lyrically gave Big Sean and Drake a lite spanking on Bada Boom off his 1.21 Gigawatts: Back To The First Time mixtape — Luda gives the two young MCs a history lesson of people who used the “pause/stop” flow back when they were still sh*tting their pampers.
Big Sean selfishly took all the credit for inventing the “pause/stop” flow — he refers to it as the Super Duper flow.
Listen to Ludacris – History Lesson below:
Check out the bonus video from Love & Hip Hop season 2 episode 1! Chrissy opens up to Somaya Reece. Emily B reveals she got a breast reduction. And the ladies do a little bit lesbian talk about their “girl crushes!” Chrissy also reveals she’s 40 years old! Wow… Chrissy looks amazing for her age — she looks only 34 or 35 yrs old! We know Chrissy is very concern about marriage… what about kids with Jimmy?
Editor’s note: Jim Jones age is 35 years.
Drake went as far to say the following during an interview with AllHipHop back in June 2010.
Drake: Well, that flow has been killed by so many rappers. And, I never want to use that flow again in life. [Laughs] I wanted to take if off my album, because I was like, “I shut ‘em down. Onyx.” I hate the fact that that rhyme is still in there. To be honest, that flow, you can trace it back to like…I trace it back to Big Sean (artist on Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music). That’s the first guy I heard utilize that flow throughout the duration of a verse. I’ll give him that credit. I think Kanye got it from him. Me and Wayne found a dope way to do it. I don’t want to sound cocky, but the best way its been used was on “Forever.” Those lines just all individually make so much sense. They’re all punchlines. Then a bunch of rappers started doing it and using the most terrible references in the world. I don’t want to offend somebody…I hate that rappers picked that flow up. I wish they had left that for people that know how to use it. [They go like] “It’s a parade! MACY’S!”
At that point, you never want to use it.
Ludacris verse on My Chick Bad is: “Comin’ down the street like a parade, MACY’S!”
Listen to Ludacris’ Bada Boom below: