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Ye did what?! Yep, Kanye West just posted a video of himself apparently urinating on his own Grammy statuette, which is chillin’ in one of his toilets at home and being subjected to a golden shower. Hard to say for sure if this is real or not, but the imagery is striking … and gross too, we might add.

He captioned his post too and makes it clear he ain’t sorry for this, writing … “Trust me … I WONT STOP.”

Presumably, this is one of the 21 Grammys Kanye has to his name — awards he’s boasted about in the past, but which clearly don’t mean all that much to him these days.

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*In his latest Twitter rant, Kanye West attempted to upload his Universal Records contracts, and referred to the music industry as “modern-day slavery.”

“Here are my ten Universal contracts … I need every lawyer in the world to look at these,” he shared before telling followers that the PDFs would not load on the platform.

In follow-up tweets, he shared screengrabs of 10 documents that included a profit sharing agreement and a recording agreement. Ye said of the images: “This is what me Kanye West deal looks like today … I PRAY IN THE NAME OF JESUS THAT IT DONT LOOK LIKE THIS TOMORROW.”

He also told followers “THIS MOMENT IS GOING TO CHANGE THE MUSIC INDUSTRY FOR GOOD.”

Check out his series of posts below. 

READ MORE: Kanye West Talks Race, God and ‘Acting White’ in Interview with Nick Cannon [VIDEO]

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West’s rant on Tuesday and early Wednesday featured Bible verses, and at one point he defended R. Kelly and  Bill Cosby. He also encourgared his followers to buy “buy land.”

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“I FEEL SO HUMBLED AND BLESSED THAT GOD HAS PUT ME IN A STRONG ENOUGH POSITION TO DO THIS … EVERYONE KEEP PRAYING … ITS WORKING … I AM ON MY KNEES THIS MORNING.”

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Robin Givens Hits Mike Tyson, Jamie Foxx with Cease & Desist Over Biopic

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*Robin Givens has issued a cease & desist to keep her marital drams out of the upcoming Mike Tyson biopic starring Jamie Foxx.

On Thursday (September 17), Page Six reported that Givens has taken legal action to keep her name out of the script. She reportedly served both Tyson and Foxx with documents last month demanding “that Mr. Tyson cease and desist from further defaming Ms. Givens, and to put those producing, writing and/or directing the proposed Tyson biopic, and those producing Mr. Tyson’s podcast, on notice that they are to refrain from portraying Ms. Givens in a false, negative and defamatory light.”

“While [she] has attempted to move on, she still finds herself fighting the abusive, demeaning and false accounts of their relationship by Mr. Tyson nearly 35 years later,” Givens’s lawyers reportedly said. “It is time for Mr. Tyson to let this marriage be the relic of the past that it is.”

Givens spoken to Andy Cohen on his Sirius radio show in July and when asked whether she hopes she’s not in the movie at all, she said, “Of course” — adding, “the absolute truth would be absolutely yes.”

READ MORE:Mike Tyson: Boxer’s Exhibition Fight Against Roy Jones Jr. Delayed Until November

“You know what term you hear a lot recently, ‘My truth,’ I hear that term. For me, I kind of believe truth is truth,” she continued. “It’s Monday, 7:45 Pacific Time, there are certain things that are true and not true. And for somebody to take history and repurpose it or write what they want is so deeply upsetting to me. I don’t want to get bogged down in that … I think just to be able to lie … you throw enough mud, it sticks. We’re living in this time now where people can say all kinds of things and if you say it loud enough, people believe it.”

When Cohen suggests she reach out to the film’s producers, Givens noted that the #MeToo movement has made it so that she’s not have to do that.

“The climate’s been changed, so you have the #MeToo movement and things that used to be acceptable to do to women or say about women, I don’t think are necessarily acceptable now,” she said.

“I think to be on the other end of what I’ve experienced and to have somebody say, ‘The best punch I ever threw was against Robin and she bounced one wall to the next and was out,’” she continued, repeating a quote from the book “Fire and Fear: The Inside Story of Mike Tyson” attributed to Mike. “I’m literally praying that those things, we’re in a climate where it’s not acceptable, it’s not rewarded, it’s not congratulated and that’s something that truly means a lot to me.”

Givens and Tyson married in 1988, but she filed for divorce just eight months later. In an interview with Barbara Walters, she said being married to the famed boxer was “torture, pure hell.” Watch the interview via the YouTube clip above.

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Mariah Carey Drops Cover of ‘Out Here on My Own’ from ‘Fame’ Movie [LISTEN]

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*Mariah Carey dropped a cover of “Out Here on My Own” Thursday, a song originally performed by Irene Cara in the movie “Fame.”

Carey tweeted Friday that the track was “from the depths of the vault,” along with the studio log from a July 17, 2000 session showing her version of Cara’s song, which was set to appear on a soundtrack album originally titled “All That Glitters.”

The song will now appear on Carey’s upcoming “The Rarities” collection, due out on Oct. 2.

In an Instagram post, the singer described the personal impact of the song in a peek at her upcoming memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey.” 

In the book, she reveals that she sang “Out Here on My Own” in a talent show when she was young. 

“The fact that I believed I could become a successful artist is one of my greatest strengths,” Carey writes. “Around the same time, my mother entered me in a talent competition in the city and I sang one of my favorite songs: ‘Out Here on My Own’ by Irene Cara.”

Read the full book excerpt below and listen to the song via Carey’s Instagram posts. 

READ MORE:Mariah Carey Wants to Join Cast of ‘Mean Girls’ Sequel, Says She’ll Write Original Song [VIDEO]

She continues, “I felt ‘Out Here On My Own’ described my entire life, and I loved singing that way — singing to reveal a piece of my soul. And I won doing it. At that age, I lived for the movie Fame, and Irene Cara was everything to me. I related to her multicultural look (Puerto Rican and Cuban), her multitextured hair, and, most importantly, her ambition and accomplishments.”

“‘Out Here on My Own’ was such a pure song that touched my heart, and I couldn’t believe I won a trophy for singing a song I loved,” Carey later adds. “It was the first time I’d received validation as an artist. What a feeling.”

“Coincidentally, it wasn’t until after I had written about “Out Here on My Own” in the book, that I found it in the vault while making The Rarities,” she captioned the Instagram post. “Totally meant to be!!”

Carey announced “The Rarities” album in an Aug. 19 Instagram post. “This one is for you, my fans,” she wrote. “It’s to celebrate us, and to thank you for years of pure love and support.” 

“I am so grateful to you,” she continued.

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Kanye West Says ‘JAY-Z is My Brother’ Following Tweet About Master Recordings

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*Kanye West is back on Twitter following a temporary ban after he posted legal documents related to his record contracts on Wednesday.

We previously reproted… a Twitter user with the handle @lavidaNOTA is a South African record label owner who read over the contracts and claimed Jay Z sold the masters to Kanye’s first six albums to Def Jam just so he could get his own masters back. 

Ye responded in a post, writing “Don’t let the system pit us against each other … JAY IS MY BROTHER.”

Apparently, Jay sold Kanye’s masters to Def Jam knowing the label wouldn’t sell them back to the rapper. 

“I have eternal love for all artist that have been through and are still trapped [in] this crooked system,” Kanye added. “Jay still doesn’t get his own masters back for ten years. I will see to it that we all get our masters.” In a follow-up tweet less than an hour later, he continued, “We will change the paradigm.”

READ MORE: Jay Z Allegedly Sold Kanye’s Masters to Get His Own Masters Back

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Complex writes, “It is true that Jay did, in fact, sell his share of Roc-A-Fella, the label that released all of Yeezy’s albums from The College Dropout until Yeezus. Hov also managed to buy his own masters back, but to connect these two is somewhat of a reach. Jay sold his share of Roc-A-Fella and purchased his masters rather than selling his share of the label in order to ensnare Kanye’s masters.”

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West also fired off this grim message to his eldest child North West:

 

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Earlier this week, Kanye attempted to upload his Universal Records contracts to Twitter, and referred to the music industry as “modern-day slavery.”

“Here are my ten Universal contracts … I need every lawyer in the world to look at these,” he shared before telling followers that the PDFs would not load on the platform.

In follow-up tweets, he shared screenshots of 10 documents that included a profit sharing agreement and a recording agreement. Ye said of the images: “This is what me Kanye West deal looks like today … I PRAY IN THE NAME OF JESUS THAT IT DONT LOOK LIKE THIS TOMORROW.”

He also told followers “THIS MOMENT IS GOING TO CHANGE THE MUSIC INDUSTRY FOR GOOD.”

West then shared a video of his Grammy award in the toilet as he urinates on it — watch below:

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