Have you been keeping up with Lohud celebrity buzz from the blogsphere? Here are some stories you might have missed this week.
Diddy did what?
Mount-Vernon raised mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs reportedly punched fellow rap superstar Drake outside a Miami nightclub Monday morning. According to TMZ, the rappers’ feud started over a song that Drake allegedly recorded after stealing the beat from Diddy. According to reports, Drake went to the hospital after the assault, but no charges have been filed.
Blige back on the charts
She’s still the queen of hip-hop soul! Yonkers’ own Mary J. Blige scored her 10th number one album on Billboard’s R&B/Hip Hop chart this week with “The London Sessions.” The album, which introduces Blige’s new London-inspired sound, sold 55,000 copies in its first week.
Williams weighs in
Chappaqua’s Vanessa Williams shared her thoughts on the rape allegations against Bill Cosby in an interview with Fox411. “The stories are certainly consistent,” the actress said. “It’s really unfortunate the tales that were told that are varied but similar, but it’s the abuse of power,” she said. “If these allegations are true, these women were trusting, and hoping that someone can be a mentor. It’s shocking.”
Like father, like son
The son of Mount Vernon-raised singer Al B. Sure is following in his fathers’ musical footsteps. Quincy, who considers Sean “Diddy” Combs a second father, dropped his first single “Friends First” this week. The song features rapper French Montana.
Martha throws a dinner party
Ever wonder what it’s like to attend a dinner party at Martha Stewart’s Bedford estate? The domestic diva blogged photos from a recent holiday dinner for a glimpse of a perfectly-planned Martha affair.