Our favorite rapper Pusha of the Clipse discussed the controversy surrounding the video for their song "Popular Demand," which features Harlems's Obama Fried Chicken. "It's just the fact that he was elected President and in celebration that chicken shack.....changed its name to that. Whoopty-f----n'-do....it's the same thing [as the 'Jews made me' line]. Jewish people, I mean, like they don't run the record industry? Like what, I can't say that?...It's like pompous, like yo they have created...I'm in this industry and they've created me and this industry and look how arrogant I am...but it wasn't a swipe at Jewish people, man. I love Jewish people." If this Jew ran the industry, the Clipse would sell a lot more records, probably. Just saying. [HipHopWired]

MTV talked with Rihanna about the video for her new single, "Hard." "Everything is surrounded around the idea of something military," Rihanna said. "We have tanks, we have troops, we've got helicopters, we've got explosions. We've got lots of cute outfits, lots of bullets. It's crazy." Hm. [MTV]

Natalie Nunn, of The Bad Girls Club admitted to Angela Yee that "she smashed the homie" Chris Brown, and has naked pics to prove it, should he ever diss her again. "Don't ever call me crazy and deranged, like, you're messing with a bad girl right now. Are you kidding me? I will show you crazy and deranged." Sounds familiar, actually. [TeamYee]