'The Voice': Was Tony Lucca's '99 Problems' a jab at Christina Aguilera?


It's no secret that there's been some tension between former "Mickey Mouse Club" co-stars Christina Aguilera and Tony Lucca on "The Voice" this season. First, she snubbed him by not recognizing him as a face from her past -- and then she slammed his celebrity connections. She's repeatedly turned her nose up at his performances and he's thrown shade her way with some passive-aggressive tweets. On Monday's final performance show, though, he may have taken it to the next level when he performed Hugo's version of Jay-Z's "99 Problems." Was its most well-known lyric intended as a jab at Aguilera? It definitely seems that way. RadarOnline even reports that Adam Levine refused to allow NBC to censor the word "b****" in the song -- they wanted to change it to "chick" -- because he wanted to make the message clear to Aguilera. Ouch. "I thought you sounded great," Aguilera said, sipping from her coffee cup....



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