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Keyshia Cole slams Beyonce

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Thursday, March 21, 2013    

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Beyonce Knowles' new track, Bow Down, hasn't even been released, and yet it's already divided many of her fans due to its continual use of the word "b****." The three-minute snippet also incited the anger of fellow R&B singer Keyshia Cole, who took to her Twitter on Monday to dismiss the 31-year-old singer's Hit Boy-produced track 'self-righteous' and anti-feminist. "Can't stand when people all self-righteous when it's convenient it makes them look good. Lmao! But can still talk ... when convenient 2 FOH," the four-time Grammy nominee wrote to her 263,000 followers. Bow Down's lyrics include the lines: "I know when you were little girls you dreamt of being in my world. Don't forget it. Respect that. Bow Down b****es." Beyonce has been famous for her numerous girl-power anthems over the years including, Single Ladies, Run the World, and Survivor.

Lindsay Lohan tries to sneak into nightclub

Lindsay Lohan stuck two fingers up at her rehab sentence by heading out to a Hollywood nightclub on Tuesday just hours after she was warned to curb the hedonism. She was totally audacious about the move and tried to cover herself as she was driven up to club AV in the back of an SUV while her friend pouted at the cameras. But the Greek chorus of paps who attend her every move were on the trail, and Lindsay was forced to abort her mission. Lohan accepted a plea deal in a misdemeanour car crash case that includes 90 days in a rehabilitation facility. The actress pleaded no contest Monday to reckless driving, lying to police and obstructing officers who were investigating the accident involving the actress in June. A judge says Lohan will be sentenced to 90 days in rehab, 30 days of community labour and 18 months of psychological therapy.

--Daily Mail

'I weigh 240lbs,' reveals Rob Kardashian

Rob Kardashian has opened up about his new weight loss regime. The reality TV star has revealed he's starting to see results after vowing to get back in shape several weeks ago. "I lost 5 to 7 [pounds] last week. I'm trying to lose 40," the 26-year-old told Us Weekly during his birthday party at 1OAK in Las Vegas on Friday. "It's a little journey, but it's good... I'm like 240lbs right now, probably 235lbs." The reality star admitted that he put on the pounds by eating "a lot of great food" but has finally cracked down, motivated by "beautiful women!" To drop the weight, the sock designer has dedicated himself to a low-carb diet and two-a-day workout routines, but he isn't doing this alone. His friends have been joining him in the process, tagging along for hikes at LA's Runyon Canyon. And even his former Dancing With the Stars partner Cheryl Burke has been helping out. "We've started running and doing our own little workout," Rob said about him and Cheryl.

--Daily Mail

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