Could Tamar Braxton and her husband Vince’s marriage be on the rocks? The singer and her executive husband reportedly got into a violent dispute following a heated argument at the Ritz Carlton in Buckhead Atlanta last night. According to Bossip and their sources, Tamar called the police after Vince bit her hand during the altercation that left her so badly wounded that she may  require stitches. However, it was reported that she refused EMS services and Vince fled the scene before police arrived. The dispute allegedly occurred over Tamar hiring a new manager, actor/comedian Steve Harvey’s manager. Harvey gave Braxton her own talk following her firing from “The Real.” This news comes after reports of tensions building in their marriage. Beyoncé always keeps the BeyHive covered in the latest trendy casual wear  and their pockets are going to get lighter with the release of the new capsule collection in her apparel line supporting the “Lemonade” album. Saturday, August 20, marked National Lemonade Day, and in honor of the day, Beyoncé updated her album branded apparel collection online. The updated shop includes a take on a “Hold Up” red dress dancing emoji, phone cases, sweatshirts, and other Lemonade branded items. It looks like rapper Lil Poopy may not be a member of the Epic Records family after all. According to Laura Swanson, Executive Vice President of Media and Strategic Development, the 13-year-old lyricist has not landed a contract despite reports that he had signed a four year deal. Label head LA Reid confirmed that the young rapper has not been signed to the label via the social media site Twitter. Lil Poopy released his debut single “Ima Cokeboy” in 2009 at the age of 9. The Massachusetts native, whose father was reportedly arrested and charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine in June, also appeared on an episode of the Lifetime series “The Rap Game.” The Kanye West poem about McDonald’s, which was written for the Frank Ocean “Boys Don’t Cry” zine, is clearly a fun piece of literature  on its own. Just ask rapper Joey Bada$$. He lent his vocal prowess to Hot 97 to bring West’s poem to life, rapping a cappella for host Megan Ryte. After the reading, Joey praised the piece calling it a “classic” and “Shakespearean.”