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Cam'ron Is Thinking About Releasing His Own Toilet Paper

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Cam'ron said forget about the the clothing merch and paraphernalia, he's thinking necessity and what does the market need more than anything? Toiletries. When the "Hey Ma" rapper stopped by to chop it up with Shade 45's VIP Saturdays, he revealed his plans to launch his own toilet paper.

The Dipset rapper sat down with hosts, Superstar Jay ad Gray Rizzy, to discuss taking a break from music to focus on his many business endeavors. But during the conversation, Killa Cam shared  he had fallen into some surprising deals, a toilet paper line being one of them.

"I’m gonna be happy about it. I’m not gonna promote it through me. I’m looking into making toilet paper," Cam’ron said.

The Harlem rapper admitted that it wasn't the only deal on the table, but he was seriously considering it as an option. After all, everyone uses toilet paper, unless you're a "bum," he noted.

"It’s not an option unless you a bum and gotta use newspaper. It’s not an option. Like, it’s an option if you wanna drive a car. It’s an option if you wanna use a straw. It’s an option if you wanna wear a pair of Nikes or Reeboks. You gotta wipe your a**, man," the rapper explained.

The "Oh Yeah" rapper continued talking business strategy, explaining  the toiletry industry was of interest to him particularly because it was something that people needed versus something they want.

But what will a Cam'ron toilet paper line look like? The rapper revealed he's looking to get a $12K machine that will mass produce his special rolls. Hopefully fans won't be tending to their private areas with Cam'ron's face on the a sheet of toilet paper.

Stay tuned for the Cam'ron toiletry line and check out his interview below.

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Since 2000, the compilation LP has sold about 17 million copies and over the weekend, Kidz Bop released its 39th installment offering the world a G-rated and tween-friendly version of today's biggest hits.

Once Twitter learned Kidz Bop laid its prepubescent hands on Drake's song, there was a mixed bag of feelings. Some went along with it and commented positively, while others were frankly offended.

I just saw a Kidz Bop commercial with the Kidz Bop version of In My Feelings and I feel like a curse has been placed on me

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That Kidz Bop version of In My Feelings lets me know that hell is a real place.

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This isn't the first time Drake's music has been Kidz Bopped. For Kidz Bop 31, "Hotline Bling" was also featured. The new 18-track album also features Cardi B's "I Like It" as well as Khalid and Normani's "Love Lies."

The lyrics to the hook received a slight change.

KiKi do you love me/are you with me/say you'll never ever leave from beside me/cause I want ya/and I need ya/and I'm down for ya always

And when it came time for the City Girls portion of the song, they turned that down as well.

all of us kids and we hangin' in the rain/hangin' in rain/I need a black card with the code to the safe/code to the safe.

Hey, kids need love too. Watch the Kidz Bop version of Drake's "In My Feelings" below.

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R. Kelly and Sony Music have reportedly agreed to part ways amidst a slew of sexual misconduct allegations, according to Billboard. This comes a few weeks after the airing of the explosive documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which chronicled the musician's highly-discussed history involving teenage girls and women.

A source reveals to the publication, "Kelly had been signed to Jive since the beginning of his career in the early 1990s, and when Jive became part of Sony BMG, he became part of the Sony umbrella. He has been under contract at RCA, a Sony subsidiary, since 2012." Protests calling for Sony to drop the Pied Piper of R&B took place outside of the company's Manhattan offices on Wednesday (Jan. 16).

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"These young women are in a face off with their inner fears; that's why it sometimes may look like they're engaging in a face off with themselves," the Brooklyn-bred musician says of the song. "It's about facing whatever your Goliath is and chopping its head off. That's what 'Tic Boom' is about. It's about owning your moment, mastery, and doing it afraid if you have to."

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