#MessyMondays Megan Loves Pardi, MEEK VS 69, Justin TIMBERLAKE Public Apology!





Welcome back to out Bi-Weekly Tea Series on your fav Celebrities, Influencers, and More! Grab you a drink and read on.



Megan in Love!

      This past week our hearts elated that the head Hot Girl in charge has found love in industry ghostwriter/rapper Pardison Fontaine! After hinting to a ‘boo’ for sometime the couple made it official posting with, about and on each other’s pages and we are sooooo here for this black love as we close out Black History Month.  




Meek Mill vs Tekashi 69

Last week Tekashi 69 (and his security) confronted Meek Mill as he was leaving the an Atlanta club in the parking garage. No hands were thrown but the altercation was posted and included in Tekashi’s new music video “ZAZA”. In the track 69 also features lyrics ponited at Lil Durk as a response to Durk’s subtle diss of 69 in his Drake collab “Laugh Now, Cry Later”. Referencing Durk’s deceased signee King Von and Durk’s true street cred. Seems like Tekashi has yet to learn and intends on continuing being known for beefs, antics and social media stunts. We’re tired, are you?



Justin Timberlake Public Apology to Brittney + Janet

Framing Brittney a new FX documentary detailing Brittney Spears hectic life and career has prompter a way past due apology from the original JT. “I’ve seen the messages, tags, comments and concerns and I want to respond,” he wrote. “I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right.” SNL mocked the singer-songwriter, citing the ‘lame’ apology as 20 years late. As while he did mention Spears and Jackson by name, he did not give details or specific situations. While late, we are glad the apology has been made, now we wait for the actions behind the words.

That’s it for this week, Happy Messy Monday! 

By Ogechi

When it comes to Ogechi, energy in the first word that comes to mind. The Nigerian 23 year old is a Singer/songwriter, poet/author, model and dancer with lyrical bars that will leave the listener engaged and thinking critically. Her songwriting abilities and affinity for poetry have an effect on way she writes her raps because she knows what it takes to write something that evokes emotion in the audience… For Ogechi, creating is a spiritual release and we should be honored that The HipHoppa Herself has decided to share with us her experiences and philosophies. Ogechi reminds us what it is to be human, even while affirming our godliness. Ogechi is a creative as she creates what the people need to hear. She is both the artist and the masterpiece at the same time. Ogechi is the future.

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