The Buzz: Rihanna Disses Director, Chris Brown Speaks Up and More...

Rihanna Disses Director, Chris Brown Speaks Up and More...


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Pour It... Nope - Rihanna's "Pour It Up" was a quick fan favorite and since the hit swept clubs everywhere the pop diva started filming a video for it. Unfortunately, the music video director tweeted saying that he left the project due to creative differences. Of course Rih snapped back quickly letting him know that his help isn't needed anyway. Hopefully a video drops soon enough. (Photo: KP Pictures,

Chris Brown, @chrisbrown - Tweet: "Proud of the success by others. Looking towards a better future. Farewell 2013. Change is a sign of growth."Breezy chucked the deuces at last year, a rough one for him given all the legal battles and push backs on his album. Nonetheless, he's still inspired. #stayingpositive(Photo: Derek Storm / Splash News)

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Speaking Up - These days stories about Chris Brown are more about his life than his music, so of course in a recent interview with Jet he discussed his exes Rihanna and Karrueche and then mentions how Jay Z doesn't get ridiculed because of his past like he does. Will his statement backfire? Quite possibly, but only time will tell. (Photo: Derek Storm/Splash News)


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Still No. 1  - The hottest couple in music and possibly the world has topped Fortune's list of highest earning couples again. With a combined income of $95 million, Beyonce and Jay Z continue to run the world for real. Congrats!(Photo: Tom Meinelt / Splash News)


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Knock Us Out - After teasing fans all day yesterday, Justin Timberlake finally released his new single, "TKO," at midnight. It has the classic Timbaland sound and gives you the same feel that "Cry Me a River" and "Summer Love" did when they bump in the speakers. It's definitely built the buzz for his album 20/20 Experience: Part 2, which drops on the 30th. (Photo: Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Robin Thicke, @robinthicke - Tweet: "I'm very thankful to have three nominations from ‪@naacpimageaward. It’s truly an honor. ‪ …"Robin Thicke expresses his gratitude after raking in a few nods at the NAACP's prestigious award ceremony with one of the biggest records of 2013. #Robinsgotthejuicenow(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

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Tie at the Top - Robin Thicke has made history and tied Mary J. Blige's record at the top of the R&B/Hip Hop charts by having his hit single "Blurred Lines" take 15 weeks at number one (and counting). Congrats!  (Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images)