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Trey Songz Calls Out Ne-Yo for ‘Sucker Move,’ MC Lyte Talks Women and Hip-Hop + More

Trey Songz does not feel Ne-Yo‘s comments about him in a recent interview. “I’ma talk to Ne-Yo when I see him. It ain’t even that. The thing is that Ne-Yo knows me,” Songz explained. “Ain’t no need to have that conversation for the world to hear, you know. And I feel like that’s a sucker move.” [SingersRoom]

Check out MC Lyte’s thoughts on hip-hop lyrics and its effect on young women, a topic we’ve been thinking about a lot recently. [RNBPhilly]

DJ’s Cassidy, Rashida and D-Nice have launched “DJs for Obama,” a grassroots organization aimed at helping to re-elect President Obama. The organization also includes DJ Irie, Adam 12 and Steve Aoki.

Hip-hop legend Grandmaster Melle Mel has been chosen to narrate a short film on The Beatles, who are celebrating their 50th anniversary this week. Mel is also calling for the surviving Beatles to end their beef, get together “for a hand shake, maybe throw down a beer and bring some finality to this issue.” Weird. [AllHipHop]

Porn star Katsuni is suing Bow Wow for using clips of her in the video for his single “Drank in My Cup.” [NME]

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