The 19 year old checked herself into rehab on Monday, saying she’s suffering deep “emotional trauma.”
Ireland Baldwin reportedly split from her girlfriend, rapper Angel Haze, before checking herself into a Malibu rehab center on Monday. The 19 year old daughter of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger revealed she had entered rehab on Twitter, saying that she needed time away to deal with some ‘emotional trauma’.
Ireland checked herself into rehab earlier this week.
However a source told the New York Post’s Page Six that the split form Haze was not the reason Ireland checked herself into Malibu’s Soba Recovery Center, saying it was instead “due to a variety of pressures in her life.”
The blossoming friendship between Ireland Baldwin and Angel Haze seems to be heating up.
So, it turns out that her split from Slater Trout (real name, cruel parents) has turned Ireland Baldwin into a lesbian. Or at least she’s bisexual now, which is sort of the trendy thing. Just ask Amber Heard, Megan Fox, Anna Paquin, Evan Rachel Wood and, er, Snooki. But not Jessie J (let’s not go there).
Ireland and Angel have been getting closer over the past few weeks
18 year old Ireland has been spending a lot of time lately with Detroit-born rapper Angel Haze and the pair seem to be getting very close. In the latest of their series of semi-erotic Instagram posts, Ireland has posted an image of her and Angel sharing a pretty passionate looking kiss. Angel, who is four years older than Ireland, also shared the pic, with the caption, “I spent all my time waiting for flowers to bloom, and now that the darkness is gone, I’m growing my garden with you.” Poetic stuff.
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The new generation of Hollywood, from Taylor Momsen to Angel Haze, descended on the NY bash.
Versace lovers gathered en masse at Donatella Versace’s showcase at Lexington Avenue Armory Wednesday in New York for the new Versus line. The venue, appropriately dimmed for the edgy collection’s reveal, was filled to the brim with celebrities and assorted socialites, Women’s Wear Daily reports. Darren Criss, Theophilus London, Jaime King, Hayden Panettiere, Sky Ferreira and Heidi Klum were all among the chosen ones, lingering among models and scantily clad waiters and waitresses.
Rocker and former Gossip Girl star Taylor Momsen was also present, supporting one of her go-to brands when it comes to clothes. Momsen’s trademark heavy eyeliner and unkempt bleach blond tresses fit right in with the edgy theme of the party. “You can’t go wrong with Versace,” said Momsen for WWD “They always have a bit of a rock ’n’ roll edge.”
That they do and the capsule collection, separated into three groups – all black, colorful knits and all black – didn’t disappoint on that front. The show was punctuated by performances from rapper Angel Haze, followed by L.A. rockers Dead Sara and finally Canadian electropop prodigy Grimes in the breaks between the three sections. Grimes in particular has been a Versace darling lately, so it’s no surprise that she was also featured in the show. As for the clothes, it’s what you might expect from a 2013 summer collection – crop tops abound, along with straps on everything and strategically selected bold accessories. It was a good time for everyone involved, except maybe Lady GaGa, who, after her arrival, spent the night observing from the secluded mezzanine.
Up and coming female rapper Angel Haze developed some pretty series Twitter beef with Azealia Banks. However, in a home made YouTube video, Haze has apologised for her behaviour, admitting that she feels she behaved like a bully.
At the time of the argument, reports said that Haze and Banks had disagreements going back a while, but it all came back after Haze retaliated to a general tweet from Banks that she felt was aimed at her. It all spiralled out of control and producer Diplo was brought in on it. Plus, Banks ended up using a homophobic slur - she has since deleted the tweet and apologised for it, but that's the scale the argument got to.
Although Haze doesn't refer directly to Banks, there isn't really anyone else that an argument has erupted with via the social networking site. "I really do apologise for all of the stuff that has happened recently," she said. "I don't like the fact that I was a bully in a certain way and I don't like the way that I came off. I came off as a bully." Before finishing thanking her fans for their support and letting them know she loves them.
Albums of Note... Deftly side-stepping the pitfalls of ‘second album syndrome,’ Everything Everything have stepped things up a notch with second album Arc, which looks set to raise their profile even further. They’ve retained their quirky dance geek sound, but this time around, the songs have a darker, more emotional sound. Where their debut was playful, a newfound intensity can be found on this follow-up. “Arc offers more drama and intensity than the playful-ness we heard on Man Alive, Everything Everything's 2010-released debut… each track stands in its own right; nothing is filler and Arc maintains interest throughout; it's a much more mature offering than Everything Everything's previous, particularly with the likes of the gentle, piano-backed 'The Peaks, which sensitively showcases their trademark falsetto vocals in an atmospheric setting.”
Paul Weller’s latest release, the ‘Dragonfly EP’ is described by our reviewer as a “victory lap.” The EP contains a number of unreleased tracks from the Modfather’s trilogy of experimental albums released in 2012. Described as “by no means essential for the casual fan,” the tracks contained herein are a step away from the sonic experimentation of the albums and are closer to his early solo days.“The Dragonfly EP is therefore well worth your time if you have any interest in Weller's more recent output. However, for the more casual listener, it may seem like it's business as usual for the Modfather. The 5 additional songs certainly deserve to be heard, and it's a welcome move that they haven't just ended up on the cutting room floor.”
Celebrity Twitter wars are a big deal apparently and this one was no exception – gossip blogger Perez Hilton and rapper Azaelia Banks battled it out online, leaving neither of them unscathed.
The whole “beef” actually started between Banks and Angel Haze on Thursday, when the latter took offence to Azaelia’s statement about non-New Yorkers. The battle quickly escalated and, after Perez chimed in on Haze’s side, he got a good helping of insults hurled at him too, including a gay slur.
A selection of Azaelia’s tweets include: “@PerezHilton omg u should just kill yourself … Like for real” and “@perezhilton lol what a messy faggot you are.” Way to stay classy there. To her credit, Banks did give a half-hearted non-apology afterwards, explaining that “A faggot is not a homosexual male. A faggot is any male who acts like a female. There's a BIG difference.” She later commented on the incident: “My most sincere apologies to anyone who was indirectly offended by my foul language. Not sorry for Perez tho. Lol.” and “Really not as moved by this f word thing as u all want me to be. As a bisexual person I knew what I meant when I used that word.” Well, that was… something.
Most artists nominated in this year’s BBC Sound of 2013 shortlist will have been celebrating politely since their names were announced. Not so for Angel Haze, who instead has been feuding with fellow rapper Azealia Banks on Twitter.
The beef has spilled out into the recording studio, where both artists have recorded tracks dissing the other. Angel Haze’s latest attack, entitled ‘Shut The F*ck Up’ comes with the additional insult of being unmastered, as Haze claims that Banks isn’t worth the studio time to get the track finished properly. That’s a proper musician’s insult, that one.
‘Shut The F*ck Up,’ starts with a pretty vicious attack on Banks’ appearance and, well, continues in pretty much the same manner, “my whole style is really f*cking outta your range… when I see you all I wanna do is step on your jaw.” Now now, ladies, play nice. This is the second track that Angel Haze has recorded, aimed at Azealia. The first was ‘On The Edge,’ which featured the lines “b*tch, I got ammo on you… I been making moves, b*tch, plotting my fate, looking at you whack ho’s like ‘whose spot should I take?’”
Twitter has made celebrity feuds much more frequent and much more fun. The latest spat is between Azealia Banks and New York rapper and singer Angel Haze, who has just been included in the nominated list of BBC's Sound of 2013 (regardless of the outcome of this argument, she's definitely one to watch).
Apparently, Banks and Haze have 'beef' going back a while, but it came to a head via Twitter lately, when Haze retaliated to a tweet left by Banks which was indirectly aimed at Haze- or so Haze claims. The retaliation came in the form of a threatening tweet (which has since been deleted). Banks then said:
WOW.... did angel haze just threaten to cut me because of a very general tweet i sent about non-new yorkers claiming NY?!— YUNG RAPUNXEL (@AZEALIABANKS) January 3, 2013
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