First things first! I KNEW USHER LIKED BIG GIRLS!!! 

A woman that claims she slept with Usher reveals that she will be suing him even though she tested NEGATIVE for herpes.

Three fans sued Usher Monday, alleging that sexual encounters with the R&B star had exposed them to herpes.

One of the accusers, Quantasia Sharpton, spoke about her hotel room rendezvous two years ago with Usher while celebrating her 19th birthday. She said she’s negative for herpes.

The other two fans were identified only as Jane Doe and John Doe in court papers. Their attorney, Lisa Bloom, said one of them does have herpes.

Sharpton said she was sporting a crown at an Usher concert when she and her friends received word they were invited backstage.

She gave her number to security and back at the hotel she received a call from the performer. Bloom did not allow her client to share where or when the concert took place.

“We spoke for a while and then we engaged in sexual contact. He never warned me about any STDs, it was just after my 19th birthday,” Sharpton, 21, said during a press conference at the New York Hilton Midtown.

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“When I first heard he had herpes I couldn’t believe it…I would have never consented if I had known.”

“Usher, if you are negative, please say so. If you are positive, you need to warn your sex partners,” Sharpton said.

The suit will be filed in California, where Bloom says the law requires a person disclose he or she has herpes to a sex partner.

RadarOnline reported last month that in 2012 Usher settled a lawsuit with a celebrity stylist to the tune of $1.1 million.

The lawsuit said the eight-time Grammy winner was diagnosed with the virus in 2009 or 2010 — around the time he divorced his first wife.

All the encounters in the new lawsuit occurred after the settlement, Bloom said.

The celebrity attorney said she’d been contacted by other people claiming to have had sex with Usher who are concerned they’d been exposed to herpes.

Usher has not responded to the charges.


– Empress ❤




On the heels of Lifetime’s “The Rap Game,” VH1 has created its own Atlanta-based reality competition music show called “Signed.”

The show, which airs on Wednesday at 8 p.m., features three mentors: rap impresario and part-time Atlantian Rick Ross, Atlanta rap star The-Dream and Lenny Santiago, senior vice president of Jay Z’s Roc Nation label.


In the first episode, most of the action happens at Patchwerks Recording Studios in West Midtown Atlanta, which was originally created by former NFL player and “Real Housewives” participant Bob Whitfield 23 years ago and has recorded music with artists ranging from Mariah Carey and Toni Braxton to Britney Spears and 50 Cent.

During a promotional interview for the show Rick Ross, was asked why he had never signed a woman to his label.

His answer…

“You know,” he gave an explanation of the personnel make-up of Maybach Music Group, “I never did it because I always thought I would end up fucking a female rapper and fucking the business up.”

 “I’m so focused on my business,” Rick went on. “I just, I gotta be honest with you. You know, she looking good. I’m spending so much money on her photo shoots. I gotta fuck a couple times.”

So there’s that…

So the team at Chunky Chickz Radio Show decided that we would delve a little bit into Rick Ross’ perspective and discuss this topic as only we can.

So, was Ross being sexist? A lot of women were offended by Ross speaking his truth… Do women really want to hear the truth from men? Does Ross have a right to conduct his business as he sees fit?

FYI Ross has since apologized and all is well, but we still felt the topic needed to be addressed. Please tune in to Chunky Chickz Radio show each and every Sunday at 8:30 pm on to hear our perspectives!

– Empress ❤



The REAL is Baaaaaack!!!

Its been a hot minute since the Chunky Chickz Radio Show has been on air, lol but we are back! You can tune in to the Chunky Chickz Radio Show each and every Sunday at 8:30 pm on

We thought it would be a great idea to host our official Radio Show Launch party at Mr. Kream which is owned by Miami’s very own DJ Affect. DJ Affect basically was the mastermind behind Chunky Chickz Radio. Many years ago, he found our flyer on the street on South Beach,  gave us a call and that is where Chunky Chickz Radio got its start. Back then, DJ Affect owned an online radio station called which was a pretty big deal back then.

In addition to celebrating the return of Chunky Chickz Radio, DJ Affect named an ice cream flavor after us! #ChunkyChickzTwix Yes, you can stop by Mr. Kream any time and get a taste of The Chunky Chickz… It’s soo good!

We had a few notable guests stop by to Congratulate us on our return, as well as a special live interview with Miami Tip ( word on the curb is that she will be featured in the inaugural season of Love & Hip Hop Miami… but you didn’t hear that from me) Shhh!

We are so happy to be back on air! If you’ve been rocking with us from the beginning… Thank You. If you’re just getting familiar… Just be prepared to be entertained!

Here’s a few pics & vids from the event!






Ron Slyda a.k.a. “The COOL of the South” has created his own lane and is making a name for himself in the Miami Music Scene. His music is a breath of fresh air, with his witty word play, swag and charismatic flow Ron Slyda is a name that you’ll be hearing even more in 2012!!! Here’s 10 Questions w/ Ron Slyda… Enjoy!

When & why did you decide to pursue music?

I was always into music since the age of 5 its always been my love but I took the path of the street unfortunately and ended up in and out of jail and prison when I finished my last bid my best friend [RIP Eddy Moore] convinced me my talent needs to be used and I began recording in 09.

Which artists influence you?

If you look at my music you’d see mostly 70’s and 80’s Soul Music accents, my biggest influences are Bobby Womack and Tupac because I love how they were really expressing the joy and pains of life as they saw it. I also got inspiration and southern pride from 8ball & MJG, The Dungeon Family and UGK. But my rebel soul comes from dudes like NWA and DJ Quick

What’s one main message you want people to tune into?

That we gotta be ourselves, the only thing in this world that hasn’t been done is you, so do that live for love and beauty the paper should be a tool reach and cultivate those two things dig? Life is bigger then the paper chase way deeper.

In a perfect world, which label would be the place for you to sign to?

I always pictured myself on Maybach Music or Top Dawg Ent out West but the way the game going I’d rather be Indie with good financial backing because I don’t play about creative freedom and I hate to have my sound categorized. Who’s to say I won’t make an electronic pop track I need the freedom to push what I please to stay an individual and remain relevant. Go against the machine!

Where do you think you fit in with the music industry as a whole?

As a whole I’d be in the same light of other artist who have loyal but small cult followings like Curren$y. I refuse to make a track for the sake of blowing up. I do music cause I love it, I got a millon ways to get money, I take this serious.

Where did the concept of Blue Summer stem from?

I went thru a lot of changes in 2011 my crew [SMG] had gotten an explosive buzz in the streets and internet and things began to change. Everything but me, and as I began to reflect on all the work I put in, the trials, the tribulations, cases, the losses and lessons songs began forming out of those situations. Blue is a word I use to mean deep and high like the ocean and the sky, summer was the time because its like nothing else mattered digg?

What’s to come musically?

You can expect more vids I’m currently working with WorldStreamMedia getting my “brand” together. lol I didn’t know I was marketable. I’m also planning to branch out, calling in more features and working with new producers.

What was the best thing someone said about you?

Lol man I heard a lot of things that had me more inspired, one dude told me he wants my track ‘The Comet’ played at his funeral and this one time a chick told me her Mom is one of my biggest fans and her Moms like 50 yrs old. But the best comment for me is when people quote my lyrics on Twitter and Facebook I really digg that shit lol

Who is giving you advice about this industry and helping you navigate the biz?

Off the rip that would be the homey Ball Greezy,  most of my team is learning along the way because I rather have people round I can trust compared to people I don’t know.

What are the two pieces of advice that you would give to upcoming artist?

Never quit, when you feel like giving up your way closer then you think and open your mouth network you want to blaze a stage walk up on whoever run the joint with confidence and find out wat you need. Holla at every DJ every Blogger and every music enthusiast you can via social networks and old fashion street promo. Nothing is gon’ come to you, you gotta go get it!

Last Question: Any Last Words?

I wanna give a shout out to my team Rico Suave, Top Five, Kaine, Chris and my a2v2e family, everybody whoever put an SMG shirt on they back its a lot so I won’t name all y’all lol,  iblog126,  Streetconnect DJ’s, and all the people who considered me just another nigga spamming links y’all forced me to go harder too lol… Blue Summer on the way….I’m here Ron Slyda bitch!!!!!

Check Out Ron Slyda’s Latest Release “Blue Summer” off his upcoming mixtape ‘BLUE SUMMER:RECOLLECTIONS OF A POETIC DRUNK’


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