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the buzz bin: “All the gossip that’s fit to print”

Missy vs. Denmark

Hip-hop has seen its fair share of internal feuding-East vs. West, Dre vs.

Eazy, 50 Cent vs., well, everyone-but now the beef has gone transatlantic.

Queen Margrethe II, Denmark’s supreme magistrate, has slapped a cease-and-desist order on royal diva Missy Elliot’s new clothing line,

Respect ME, claiming that ME’s crown logo is too similar to the royal family’s official monogram.

Enraged that an American would be sippin’ on her royal sizzurp, the queen has forced Adidas (Missy’s partner in iconographic crime) to pull the line from all Denmark distributors.

Fearing further foreign altercations, Elliot chose to bow down to Her Majesty stating that, “If it’s a law in Denmark, it’s a law in Denmark. They asked us to cease and desist, and we ceased and desisted.”

All Buzz Bin has to say is that if this queen had fronted on Eazy E like she did on Missy, she’d be 6-feet deep. Rest in peace, Eazy.

Death by…

inappropriate images

“If you consider it inappropriate for a man to look at a book of naked pictures with a child that’s 13 or 14 years old, then your answer would be yes,” Corey Feldman told “20/20” when asked if his old friend Michael Jackson had shown him “inappropriate” images at an early age.

The fallen King of Pop is set to greet the fallen child actor’s testimony as he heads into the courtroom to confront child molestation charges.

Feldman, best known for hunting vampires, stealing cars and dreaming little dreams alongside homeboy Corey Haim during the ’80s, is adamant that Jackson never harmed him in anyway, but stated that, “…in light of recent evidence, I have to say that if my son was 14 years old, 13 years old, and went to a man’s apartment, and I knew that they were sitting down together talking about this, I would probably beat his ass.”

Uh, yeah. Good call, Feldman.

The Buzz Bin is praying for a speedy trial and a “Lost Boys” spin-off about Haim and Feldman’s comic-shop exploits.

Come on Corey, dream a little dream.

This explains so much…

In an obscenely romantic gesture Friday night, Jordan Bratman, a music-industry executive, proposed to longtime girlfriend/genie-in-a-bottle, Christina “Can you see my ass in this skirt? Yes? Great” Aguilera while the couple were on vacation.

Bratman, who is one of the main-playas in the important Soundproff Music Agency, has been dating Aguilera for upward of two years.

Granted, the proposal is sweet (so sweet, in fact, Buzz Bin had to go to the dentist upon hearing of it to get a cavity filled), but considering Aguilera’s inexplicable meteoric rise to stardom, there is more to the story than the undoubtedly large diamond soon to be adorning Aguilera’s ring-finger.

To avoid the trite (but always funny) ‘who’d you have to sleep with to get this job?’ joke, Buzz Bin only has this to say: This explains so much… [email protected]

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