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Rick Ross sent Twitter messages to fans and sponsors Thursday apologizing for a lyric in one of his new songs that seems to condone rape.

He's been literally under fire - the Rick Ross drive-by shooting investigation is ongoing - and he's taking verbal shots thanks to his "U.O.E.N.O." lyrics:

Rick Ross at Grammy Awards

    Put molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it
    I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it
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Last week, Ross seemed unrepentant during an interview with the New Orleans radio station Q93, pointing out only that “the word rape wasn’t used.”

But the criticism continued to build, and he apologized Thursday:

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Miley Cyrus and Snoop Lion apparently know a thing or two about ashtrays and heartbreaks.

That's the name of the unexpected collaboration between the pop artist and the rapper, as the former is featured on a track that will be included on the latter's upcoming album, "Reincarnated."

"Tonight there's gonna be a whole lot of smoke in the air," the two sing as the single opens. "Blow it hard for the ones who ain't here."

Amen, Miles and Snoop. The only question remaining: Can one Twerk to this song?

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Avril Lavigne is making like Rihanna for the cover of her new single, "Here's to Never Growing Up."

No, she isn't setting herself up to be smacked around again by Chris Brown... she's naked!

"Here's my new single cover!! #HTNGU," the singer Tweeted today, revealing a very revealing shot of herself covered only by a lucky stuffed animal.

The track will debut on Ryan Seacrest's radio show Tuesday.

Avril Lavigne Naked

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Nicki Minaj's "High School" music video features her mentor Lil Wayne.

This is not surprising. Him doing bad, bad things to her in the video?

That's a little unexpected.

Though it did not appear in the original music video (above), the duo later filmed a racy sex scene to add to the visuals - one that's sure to have people talking.

In the clip, Weezy and Nicki jet off to a deserted island to engage in some sort of shady deal and end up in bed together in the throes of passion.

There, they go at it in numerous positions. That's about all we've got.

Check out the racy clip after the jump!

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Vanessa Hudgens has released a new sex tape.

Sort of.

The actress - who was actually involved in a nude photo scandal years ago and who now stars in the raunchy Spring Breakers - has teamed with girl group YLA and released a 30-second tease of their recently recorded single, "$$$ex."

“We just wanted to dance and get crazy,” Hudgens wrote on Tumblr. “You don’t have to go to Spring Break, you can bring Spring Break to youuu! We had ours in the kitchen. LOL! Sooo much fun.”

Check out the video now and then save yourself $10 at the theater. This is pretty much Spring Breakers in a nutshell:

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Lollapalooza's 2013 lineup has been revealed, and will feature The Cure's first appearance in the festival's more than 20-year history this summer.

The rockers will join fellow headliners Mumford and Sons, The Killers and Nine Inch Nails, Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell announced Monday.

The Cure

"It is so exciting to have The Cure at Lollapaloooza for the first time because I love The Cure and we've never had them," Farrell, also the lead singer of Jane's Addiction, said.

"It's always frustrated me and made me feel incomplete. Now I can feel complete and die."

That's glowing praise for The Cure right there.

Other acts among the lineup of some 130 bands at Lollapalooza include Phoenix, Thievery Corporation, Tegan and Sara, Cat Power, New Order and Lana Del Rey.

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Robin Thicke's unrated music video for "Blurred Lines" apparently blurred the lines of decency in the eyes of YouTube, which yanked it without explanation.

The video, which features a bevy of topless beauties, is no longer posted, although the original (and much more subdued) version remains on the site.

"YouTube took down the Unrated version of #BLURREDLINES because it was too hot," Thicke tweeted, while Pharrell, who collaborated on it, wrote:

"Why they trying to ban good sh-t?"

YouTube also banned the Kate Upton Cat Daddy video last year, only to reinstate it by popular demand. So there's hope if fans make enough of a ruckus.

Then again, Google is also shutting down YouTube altogether in 2023 once the best video of ALL TIME is selected ... or so we were told on April 1.

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Chris Brown is not letting his beef with Drake die down.

He took a shot at his rival in a new remix of "R.I.P." with Young Jeezy and Kendrick Lamar, calling Drizzy out with a reference to one of his biggest hits.

In the remix, Chris Brown raps, "Dearly departed, I bought a plane I departed / And if you started from the bottom, go on and come out the closet."

Ohhhhh, it's on now.

Drake recently fired back in his new single, "5 AM in Toronto," rapping "I’m just being frank with you / I mean, where you think she at when she ain’t with you?"

That not-so-subtle allusion would be to Chris' relationship with Rihanna, who Drake once had a thing with, and who they allegedly brawled over in NYC.

Not exactly Biggie and 2Pac, but the feud is definitely real, with no love lost on either side. Though when it comes to Rih, CB may have the last laugh.

Reports of the couple's breakup Monday look to have been merely an April Fools prank ... like the Lindsay Lohan pregnant Tweet, but not as hilarious.

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He's been all over the place singing at clubs, snapping at valets, giving interviews, promoting positivity and promising never to beat up Rihanna again.

Now Chris Brown's latest music video has dropped!

The 23-year-old singer dances up a storm in this "Fine China" work of art, channeling Michael Jackson and getting cozy with an unnamed video vixen.

Check it out and tell us what you think below:

Chris Brown's "Fine China" ...

 

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Phil Ramone, the famed record producer who worked with a who's who of music industry legends, has died from complications of pneumonia. He was 79.

Phil Ramone Photo

Ramone, who shepherded some of the greats - Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Barbra Streisand - throughout their careers, began as a sound engineer.

Soon, he made the move to producing, and the music world was never the same.

Over a 50-year career, Ramone won 14 Grammy Awards and one lifetime achievement Grammy while supervising production on a slew of legendary albums.

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