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It all went down inside Club LIV where Mary J. Blige was performing for Queen Latifah‘s birthday. After making a visit to King of Diamonds stripclub where Skrawberry works, Skrawberry got jealous, according to Teyana’s friend, that Ms. Taylor was receiving all the attention. Ish talking ensued.
So last night, Skrawberry tried to apologize and approached the table Teyana was at with her rapper friend Hazel-E and NFLer Bryant McKinney. Skrawberry ended up sneaking a punch to Teyana’s face.
Hazel-E tells TheYBF.com: “Miami stripper Skrawberry came over to the table where Teyana Taylor was. NFLer Bryant Mckinney saw the two ladies exchanging words & as Teyana bent down to grab her drink, Skrawberry sucker punched her. But it was the first and last hit she got. Teyana & her crew laid Skrawberry out. She left the club leakign and wearing her dress as a belt.”
But that wasn’t all. An hour later after the club fight, Teyana and Hazel-E got jumped by Skrawberry’s sister!
“Teyana and her crew were outside the Fontainebleau hotel, retrieving their belongings that were left inside club LIV from the first bout,” Hazel tells TheYBF.com. “All of a sudden, Skrawberry’s sister runs up behind Teyana and grabbed her hair. The ladies fell into the bushes by the window where two guys that were brawling busted through.”
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The TM103 celebration continues as Young Jeezy hits up Miami’s Liv Night Club and pops over 103 bottles to celebrate tomorrow’s release of TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition, which is in stores tomorrow!!!
Off of the upcoming compilation album, Young Jeezy & CTE World presents “It’s The World,” featuring: Young Jeezy, Slick Pulla, Boo Rossini, Freddie Gibbs and Scrilla.
‘Black Girls Rock’ 2011 Awards, taped Oct. 15 in NYC, proved performances can make an award show. This year’s Black Girls Rock introduced us to newbie songstress Elle Varner and took us down memory lane with a few legends such as Mary J. Blige and Erykah Badu. With a roster that also included Jill Scott, Estelle, Melanie Fiona, Shirley Caesar and Mary Mary there were a few moments that set the bar for next year’s show.