Columns: Jamie Foxx Vs. Miley Cyrus, Al B. Sure's Son Chooses Puff As Daddy & Case Takes A Beating From Mary J. Blige

Saturday, Apr 18, 2009 12:00AM

Written by Soul Rebel

Hot off the press this week, Al B. Sure gets aired out by his son, Que from Day 26 denies being bipolar, Case talks about getting 'touched' by Mary J. Blige and the joke's on Jamie Foxx.
Jokes Mi-ley!

Jamie Foxx is eating crow after going hard on Miley Cyrus during this weekend's broadcast of his Sirius Foxxhole show. Foxx and company slammed the Disney teen queen over her vow to "ruin" Radiohead after Thom Yorke snubbed her at the Grammy's in February, but apparently they went too far.

Foxx's offenses include telling the teen star to "make a sex tape and grow up," to get a gum transplant, and advising her to "do some heroin... get some crack in your pipe," but within a few days Foxx was on the "Tonight Show" singing a different tune.

"I am a comedian, and you guys know that whatever I say, I don't mean any of it," Foxx told Jay Leno. "And sometimes, as comedians, as we do, we go a little bit too far. I have a radio show...We're really the black Howard Stern. We go at everybody. There was a situation with Miley Cyrus, and I just want to say, I apologize for what I said. I didn't mean it maliciously. You know I'm a comedian. You know my heart. Miley, I apologize, so I'll call you. I got a daughter too, so I completely understand."
Rebel Talking... Sounds like Jamie remixed his #1 hit "Blame It" and substituted comedy for alcohol - perfect way to avert that "tween" boycott that might've hurt The Soloist at the box office.

Touch Me, Beat Me

R&B veteran Case cleared up a lot of old rumors with AOL Black Voices this week, addressing his volatile relationship with Mary J. Blige and the unfortunate gun accident that temporarily sidelined him from singing.

"I had a mishap with a gun and I shot myself in the throat by accident," Case said of his near fatal mistake. "I didn't know where it hit me so I looked and I saw the hole in my neck and I saw that it came out the back. Once I saw that, I was like, 'let me see if I can still sing' so that was the first thing I did. Once I saw I could sing, and then I smoked a cigarette. Seeing if I could sing was the first thing I did. I was out of the hospital within four hours. For a while, my voice wasn't as strong because I hurt the muscles around it. I recorded the first song for this album about three weeks after that. It didn't take too long."
Case also denied a rumored romances with Beyonce and Foxy Brown, but came clean about shacking up with Mary J. Blige.

"Me and Mary J. Blige did actually date," Case admitted. "We lived together for awhile. A couple of people told me that Mary said I used to beat her up and another girl said it was K-Ci [of K-Ci & JoJo]. If anything, she was the one throwing s-t at me. I still got a scar!"
Rebel Talking ... Mary was trying to catch a Case for real, but I wanna know how the heck do you ACCIDENTALLY shoot yourself in the throat?

Al B. Damned

Score one for Diddy. His not-quite-stepson Quincy recently used his Global Grind blog as a public platform to thank Puff for being a father figure while also airing out his deadbeat daddy Al B. Sure:

"I grew up without my father, an irreplaceable force and influence that was absent in my life. I watched other kids enjoy the embrace of theirs, and I searched for a way to reconcile the meaning of my circumstance," Quincy lamented on his blog. "Despite my pain, I've imagined a life as a good son with my father... But, the accolades have been absent the sound of his clapping hands and encouraging words ... his voice that I could distinguish in my sleep. Where has he been?"
Quincy's letter also introduced a song which allowed him to vent musically.

"Now, I reflect on the journey, the pain, the challenges, and the triumphs through this song. I'm reconciled as a man, no longer a boy, in verse. Now, I know that I'm not alone." He continued: "Albert Brown, also known as "Al B Sure!" is my biological father, but Sean Combs, also known as "Diddy" has been a father figure in my life for as long as I can remember. Sean Combs is the person whom I look up to and appreciate as a father. He is the one who help mold me into the person I am today and will always try to live up to his expectations. He has always been supportive of me and I will forever love and respect him. As far as my biological father goes, the "spitting image" is all I have taken from him."
Rebel Talking ... Al B. Sure! Where do you "Get Off" leaving this poor kid on his "own" with Kim Porter and Diddy? Apparently they did a good job though, this letter was so full of big words I'm pretty sure that either Quincy is REALLY smart, or he had some help with this one.

Crazy Over Que

If you didn't give up on MTV's "Making The Band 4" after Diddy disbanded Danity Kane, then you've probably spent the last few weeks wondering WTF is wrong with that kid Que. Despite his obviously deranged behavior, the Day 26 singer continues to insist on his sanity, blaming editing for making him look batty as hell.

"I laugh at it too because you know they don't show everything," Que said. "Like you guys have seen on television our show is 100% real so whatever you see it happens and it's real but the editing can twist up the story. I'm not crazy or on drugs or anything. I just have a strong opinion. When I have a strong opinion I just like for it to be heard. I'm a young adult and I'm going to make mistakes."
Rebel Talking... So basically it's real, just twisted Que? Gotta pull out the oldie but goody for this one. WE DON'T BELIEVE YOU, YOU NEED MORE PEOPLE!!!

While you were wondering why Solange is still on Geffen, we were laughing at Bow Wow being publicly rejected by Angela Simmons, and wondering what Cassie will do once her haircut becomes irrelevant.

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