Ex Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically

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  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna
  • Ex-Factor: When Artists Diss Exes Musically Nas Eminem Rihanna

Marvin Gaye, Here, My Dear

In a bitter divorce settlement, Gaye, who was having money problems due to drug use and extravagant spending, agreed to give his ex-wife, Anna Gordy, half of the royalties from his next album. The result was 1978's Here, My Dear, which featured acerbic, detailed, shockingly personal songs like "You Can Leave, But It's Going to Cost You" and "I Met a Little Girl," which ends with the lyric "Hallelujah, I'm free."

(Photo: Courtesy Motown Records)

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