BH Buzz: Azealia Tells Iggy To “Drive Right Off The Canyon”

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■ Azealia Banks has shockingly responded to Iggy Azalea's suicidal confession. Implying that she wishes the "Team" rapper had actioned her thoughts, Banks commented "YASS slavemaster, drive that slave truck right off the canyon!!" on Instagram. Writing about Azealia Banks nowadays is frustrating but these comments cannot just be ignored - it's absolutely vile.

When a fan tweeted a screenshot of Azealia's comment, Iggy replied very maturely stating "whatever floats her boat." Props to Iggy for not lowering to the "212" rapper's level.



■ Madonna and Guy Ritchie's public custody battle over 15-year-old son Rocco will return to New York courts after a judge has allowed the British proceedings to be halted. The case began in New York last winter before UK courts became involved.


■ Today (March 21) is the fifth anniversary of The Weeknd's debut mixtape "House Of Balloons." To celebrate the occasion, the singer has released special merchandise for a limited time on his website and one lucky shopper will win a hand-signed copy of the LP.


■ That one time Adele tried to twerk...



■ Justin Bieber posted a photo kissing Selena Gomez and captioned it "Feels," and she apparently commented on the pic saying "Perfect." Can't even deal.


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■ Adam Lambert has collaborated with Steve Aoki and Felix Jaehn ("Cheerleader") on a song "Can't Go Home". Speaking to Idolator, Lambert says it's "coming out any minute" and describes it as "very much a summer jam."



■ Chris Brown has previewed a new song "Dead Wrong" on Instagram (above).


■ Pia Mia ("Do It Again", "Touch") has revealed her new single will be released soon. The track has "a male feature and the music video has already been recorded" - very exciting!



■ Martin Garrix debuted a new song - "Name Of Love" - featuring I.D and Bebe Rexha at Miami's Ultra Music Festival this weekend.





■ Kiiara released the music video for "Gold" (above) and debuted new song "Hang Up Tha Phone".



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