First Dibs: Which Rapper Bought Every Single Trigga Album at Best Buy?

Ariana Grande made a huge announcement during “Total Ariana Live” last night, Iggy Azalea tells everyone who has been pushing for the Nicki Minaj beef to “let it go,” and Lil Wayne’s daughter debuts her music video for “Mind Goin’ Crazy” on Weezy Wednesdays.

  • Who knew 50 Cent was Trey Songz’s biggest fan? Yesterday, 50 announced on Instagram that he went to go buy the new Trey Songz album, Trigga, at a Best Buy in Pittsburgh and ended up buying out the store. He then posted a photo with the Best Buy salesmen who helped him make the giant purchase and captioned the photo, “Take a picture of your self buying music you enjoy. SPR support real artist. #smsaudio #animalambition.” 50 and Trey collaborated on 50’s latest album, Animal Ambition. [Hip Hop DX]
  • Did you watch “Total Ariana Live” last night? If not, then you missed a major announcement. Ariana Grande not only played her new single “Break Free” for the first time ever but also announced that she will be performing at the 2014 VMAs this year in Los Angeles. She then announced that her sophomore album My Everything will be released the following day after the VMAs [August 24th], which means that My Everything will come out one day earlier than the initial August 25th date. [MTV News]
  • Iggy Azalea has stated that she is tired of the media putting words in her mouth. In one Instagram post, Iggy squashes this on going Nicki Minaj beef saga and tells everyone to just “let it go.” [Stereogum]
  • This week’s Weezy Wednesdays focused on Lil Wayne’s daughter, Reginae Carter. With the help and full support from her rapper dad, Reginae debuted her new music video for “Mind Goin’ Crazy” and is officially part of Young Money. Reginae is all grown up. [Complex]

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