The Buzz: Drake Explains "Trophies," Rihanna's New Tattoo and More...

Breezy goes to rehab, Barneys apologizes to Jay Z and more!

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Truth Behind "Trophies" - Why didn't Drake's Hit-Boy-produced track "Trophies" make Nothing Was the Same? Well, the rapper and occassional singer said that it was for a few reasons, but mostly because he couldn't chose a hook that he was satisfied with. Still, it almost made the cut. (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

The Real Ink Master - Just a few weeks ago, Rihanna got a traditional Maori tattoo (left) on her hand. It seems as though she may have been less than satisfied with it because she's covered most of it with a new design. Interestingly enough, she is drawing around the matching tat she has with Chris Brown, but has yet to cover it.   (Photo: BangBangNYC via Instagram)

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The Real Ink Master - Just a few weeks ago, Rihanna got a traditional Maori tattoo (left) on her hand. It seems as though she may have been less than satisfied with it because she's covered most of it with a new design. Interestingly enough, she is drawing around the matching tat she has with Chris Brown, but has yet to cover it. (Photo: BangBangNYC via Instagram)

Chris Brown, ‏‪@chrisbrown - Tweet: "I love you TEAM BREEZY"Chris sends love to fans who flocked to the courthouse and showed support during the arraignment for his assault case in D.C. on Monday.(Photo: AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)

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Good Luck Breezy - Yesterday Chris Brown checked himself into rehab to deal with anger management issues. We are sending him well wishes and hoping to see him back on the scene soon. (Photo: AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)

Barneys Says Sorry - After a week of controversy, Barneys New York has apologized to Jay Z for the recent issues surrounding the company and accusations of them racially profiling young Black people. Barneys CEO, Mark Lee said the following: "We deeply regret that these recent events have distracted from the great work of the Sean Carter Foundation, and we offer our sincere apologies to Mister Carter. Our collaboration together is based on the shared mission of helping individuals facing socio-economic hardships."   (Photo: Roc Nation)

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Barneys Says Sorry - After a week of controversy, Barneys New York has apologized to Jay Z for the recent issues surrounding the company and accusations of them racially profiling young Black people. Barneys CEO, Mark Lee said the following: "We deeply regret that these recent events have distracted from the great work of the Sean Carter Foundation, and we offer our sincere apologies to Mister Carter. Our collaboration together is based on the shared mission of helping individuals facing socio-economic hardships." (Photo: Roc Nation)

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Kanye Said What? - All we'll say is that yesterday, Kanye West gushed about his fiancée and said that she is talented. How? Yeezy said that Kim Kardashian is talented at being beautiful. Fans and critics alike didn't really know how to take that, so we left it alone. But yes, that happened. (Photo: Judy Eddy/WENN.com)

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It's All There - Ariana Grande released her latest video "Right There," featuring Yeezy's prot?g? Big Sean, today which is dope and helping him crossover to a more pop-centric audience. Keep working, Sean!(Photo: Jen Lowery / Splash News)

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It's All There - Ariana Grande released her latest video "Right There," featuring Yeezy's protégé Big Sean, today which is dope and helping him crossover to a more pop-centric audience. Keep working, Sean!(Photo: Jen Lowery / Splash News)

Future - Future added his singular rap/sung style to a remix of his own — likely inspired by his fiancée Ciara. The two recently worked together on the similarly-themed "Anytime."(Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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The Future Is Here - Don't miss Future tonight on 106!  (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)