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Janet Jackson Thanks Fans In Candid Video: “You’re So Special To Me”

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Janet Jackson, without commenting specifically on Justin Timberlake’s recent public apology to her, said she has been crying because she is so thankful for her fans. Jackson made the candid comments in a video uploaded to her social media pages on Saturday. She also thanked her fans for helping make her album Control number one on the charts again.

“I was at home just the other day by myself and I began to cry,” Jackson said in the video. “I was crying because I was so thankful for all that God has blessed me with, all that he has given me. I’m so thankful for Him being in my life. And I am so thankful for all of you being in my life.”

“You’re so special to me,” she added.

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Her iconic 1986 album, Control, is back on the charts, shortly after its 35th anniversary, for which she also thanked her fans: “And I want to thank all of you for making ‘Control’ number one once again after 35 years. I never, never in a million years, I would never think that this would happen. I really appreciate you and I love you so, so much. Thank you.”

Timberlake recently apologized for causing her infamous wardrobe malfunction during their 2004 Super Bowl performance. He apologized to Britney Spears in the same statement.





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Zaytoven Says Gucci Mane Put Him On To Jeezy: “He’s Super Hard”

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It’s only been a few months since Gucci Mane and Jeezy squashed their tense feud. The pair went face-to-face for Verzuz where they went track-for-track. Of course, it was only right that they closed out the show with a performance of “So Icy,” a record that has never been heard live before for roughly 15 years. 



The history of Gucci Mane and Jeezy has been told on numerous occasions but who better than to shed more insight on the topic than Zaytoven. At the center of the feud was Zay who produced “So Icy” for the collaborators. He explained how he helped Gucci Mane prepare for Verzuz and pieced together the tracklist for his Verzuz. 

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During a recent interview with Zaytoven, he explained his appreciation for both DJ Quik and MC Eiht, especially given the tension between them. Similarly, fans who found themselves engulfed in their long-standing feud between Jeezy and Gucci likely appreciated the music so much more because of its authenticity.

“I think the sport is what draws us closer to the music,” explained Zay. “Anytime Gucci had a problem with somebody, or wanted to say something to somebody, I’ll pat him on the back, like, ‘go for it.’ People wouldn’t think that, but that’s how I am because I’m a fan. I’m a fan of the sport.”

Of course, Gucci’s biggest beef would be with Jeezy. Despite standing firmly in Gucci’s corner throughout the years, he admitted that he loves Jeezy’s music. “I love Jeezy. I remember going to listen to Jeezy and I’m like, ‘boy, ain’t nobody harder than this man right here. He’s super hard.’ But at the same time, we’ll go against that. Ain’t nobody harder than Gucci. And I feel like that’s how it was back when MC Eiht and Quik was battling, and that’s what made me love it,” continued the producer.

Admittedly, it was Gucci Mane who put Zaytoven on to Jeezy in the first place. 

“Gucci was a fan first. He was the one who told me, ‘Man, Jeezy so hard. He made me wanna do a song with him. He’s the hardest.’ And I’m like, okay, bet. Like, he put me on to Jeezy,” said Zay.

Check out the full interview with Zaytoven here. 

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Pooh Shiesty Gets Irritated With Interviewer After King Von Question

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After releasing his debut mixtape Shiesty Season, Pooh Shiesty has been making the rounds at various different interviews to promote the project. Awkward interview moments are extremely common, especially with invasive interviewers. The “Black in Blood” artist grew annoyed with an interviewer after he was asked about Lil Durk and King Von. 

“I know you and Durk are super cool and like, he was going through so much especially like, losing King Von how’d that song go about and what has Durk taught you regarding being in the studio with him?” said the interviewer in the loaded question. “Oh, you talking bout Durk,” Shiesty responded, slightly confused by the question. Nodding, the interviewer continued, “How was making that song?”

“What?” asked Shiesty, confused. The interviewer, equally confused, also responded with a “What?” before Shiesty asked, “What you say you said something about King Von?”

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The interview then goes, “Yeah, I said with Durk losing Von around ‘Back in Blood,’ has he shown you how it is in the music industry going through highs and lows? 

Pausing for a moment, he shakes his head before saying, “I don’t know man, next question, rest in peace King Von.”

The awkward exchange prompted many to condemn the interviewer for asking such a salacious question. Others pointed out that the question was perfectly reasonable, and that Shiesty was just high in the video, causing him to not understand the question. 

What’s your take? Let us know down in the comments. 

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