#McFactz: #KendrickLamar Explains Album Name, The Game Has A Situation, Justin Bieber is WORKING!

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Kendrick Lamar makes it known that “To Pimp a Butterfly” wasn’t the original name of his recent album. Kendrick says the original name was Tu Pimp a Caterpillar and the initials spell out Tupac. When Kendrick saw that a group a journalists suggested that the title might be an acronym he changed Caterpillar to Butterfly to show “the brightness of life. And the word “pimp” has so much aggression.” He also says that the name signifies “using my celebrity for good” and not being “pimped by the industry through my celebrity.” Kendrick also says it gets deeper than that but he would be talking about it all day. To Pimp A Butterfly is stil #1 on the charts. Have you listened to the album?

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The Game recently punched a man during a pick up basketball game. Now The Game is facing legal trouble because the man that was punched was a LAPD officer. Sources say the LAPD is now investigating the situation and Game could be facing battery charges. The officer who is a rookie is also under investigation because Game claims the man threatened to shoot him before the situation began. Right now it is not clean if game was aware the man was an officer. Developing!

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Justin Bieber is at work on his next album! Production will be from Kanye West and Rick Rubin. Curious about the sound? Bieber has not released an album since 2012 so seeing the difference and growth in his sound will be pretty interesting, especially with Kanye on his side. Are you anticipating a new Bieber?

-mcfatwashere

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