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  1. Kim Kardashian is currently prepping the arrival of a new two-hour documentary special, Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project. The new project is set to air on the Oxygen network on April 15th and will highlight the criminal reform crisis while covering individuals adversely affected by the United States criminal justice system, “We’re excited about working with Kim Kardashian West to document her journey into prison reform advocacy and using her enormous platform to hold a megaphone to question the inequities surrounding prison sentencing,” said Rod Aissa, executive vice president of original programming & development at Oxygen Media and E! Production. “Her energy and influence have made an immediate impact that has stretched all the way to the White House. Her story is entirely unique, and this documentary is the kind of immersive, exclusive storytelling that our viewers have come to expect from Oxygen.” Saturday, Kardashian embarked on the TCA Winter tour, speaking about the upcoming program and her current journey in completing law school in tandem with her highly-publicized involvement in high-profile cases as of late. "I don't see how I could just say no to someone that really needs help if I know that I can help them," Kim said during the press run. "[...]I love talking about it with everyone around me when there's a case going on," Kim continued. "I mean, even our group chats about different cases that go on, my conversations are different. I've literally had to change my number, and just say, 'I gotta focus for four years, all my friends, guys I'll be back in four years. Let me just really focus.' I found my interests have changed, everything really just shifted, and it's been a fun journey." View the full article
  2. Saturday, Paul Walker's personal collection of 21 total cars, trucks and motorcycles brought in $2,333,450 total in final sales during an auction as a part of a Barrett-Jackson sale in Scottsdale, Arizona. The late actor also took on the role of car enthusiast offscreen, a passion deep-seated in his blood as he shared an interest in automobiles with his father and grandfather. Evan Agostini/Getty Images "Paul Walker has been compared to a modern-day Steve McQueen, who lived his passion for racing in every aspect of his life," the Barrett-Jackson auction house tells The Hollywood Reporter. "[He] has inspired entire generations of car lovers. We worked closely with a close friend of Paul’s who helped care for Paul’s collection following his death; he was responsible for consigning and prepping the vehicles for the auction. Paul’s daughter, Meadow, kept a few vehicles she had a connection with." It was in 2013 that the Fast & Furious star died a tragic and untimely death at the age of 40 after the Porsche Carrera GT, in which he was riding as a passenger, crashed into a tree at nearly 100 mph. "Paul was a racer at heart," adds Jackson. "We’re told Paul spent countless hours on the track perfecting his racing skills. The question of whether he intended to build a racing team is something we may never know." View the full article
  3. Saturday night, Conor McGregor returned to the UFC octagon to face off against Donald Cerrone in UFC 246's main event. Marking his first fight since October 2018, McGrgeo quickly adapted, making a clear example of Cerrone in 40 seconds with a single knock out. It was to the tune of a strike with his shoulder immediately after the opening bell. He followed it up with a few more strikes, a high kick, and a left hand to seal the deal. "I made history here tonight. I set another record. I'm the first fighter in UFC history to get knockout victories at featherweight, at lightweight and now welterweight," McGregor said post-match. "Donald holds the record for the most head kick knockouts so I was very very happy to get one myself. Thank you all for the support." As for Cerrone, the American fighter had no issue in giving McGregor's strategy its due credit. "I've never seen anything like that," Cerrone said. "He busted my nose and it started bleeding and I stepped back and he head kicked me [...] I love this sport and I'm going to keep fighting." View the full article
  4. Jose Baez, Aaron Hernandez's defense attorney, has spoken out about the expository three-part Netflix documentary that explores the life of the late NFL star and convicted murderer. In the new series, Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez, Hernandez's criminal trials as well as his alleged sexual relationship with another man are among the topics explored by filmmakers. Shortly after it premiered, however, Baez took to social media to condemn the docuseries and its producers. "I don’t give a damn about what some lame ass documentary has to say about Aaron," Baez wrote on Instagram, without referencing any direct part of the series. "I knew him, they did not and while he was far from perfect, they are not even close to the truth. People have no idea how documentaries are made, the truth is usually found on the cutting room floor. These producers lied directly to my face, so I don’t expect their money making scheme to be much better." It was in April 2017 that Hernandez, who was already serving a life sentence for the murder of Odin Lloyd, was found hanging in his prison cell in an apparent suicide just five days after he was acquitted for separate double murder charges. After his death, Hernandez's brain reportedly showed severe signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a disease found often in football players who have experienced repeated head trauma. The condition can lead to symptoms such as mood swings and depression. View the full article
  5. Earlier in the month, Jessie Reyez debuted a new track "No Sweat" with the cut appearing in a new campaign for the Secret women's deodorant brand. The cut was featured in a spot that starred Reeyz among a lineup of other female stars such as actress Camila Mendes, Olympic Gold Medalist Swin Cash, actress and entrepreneur Shenae Grimes-Beech, and fitness influencer Ainsley Rodriguez. According to Secret, the new campaign is aimed at giving "much-needed air-time to the personal stories of modern women who are challenging the status quo in their respective fields." Previously, the accompanying song was only available to hear via the original commercial and now arrived via Reyez's official channels. Dig into the upbeat offering below. Quotable Lyrics Girls on the floor Got a 30-point lead and a minute left Queens on the team in real life Not just on the internet View the full article
  6. Rayven Justice has been keeping busy, delivering on a consistent stream of new singles as of late. In his newest entry, the West Coast-bred vocalist touches down with "Not That Serious," recruiting fellow California-bred artist Guapdad 4000 for a featured appearance on the new selection. Produced by the team of Achilles and Thelo, the backdrop of the cut flips Lloyd's "TRU" single as Rayven and Guapdad trade off on verses of stripping down their affection for their respective love interests to basics, sans complication. The newest push of tracks arrives as Justice's latest venture after delivering on 2019's E.S.O full-length project. Until its follow-up actualizes, enjoy "Not That Serious." Quotable Lyrics She got what I need (Need), she got double D's She my little freak (Freak), let me get a peak What you need, babe? I got cheese, babe View the full article
  7. Former Grammys CEO Neil Portnow's remark that female artists needed to "step up" triggered actions leading to the hiring and ultimate ouster of successor Deb Dugan. View the full article
  8. While Instagram has seemingly succeeded at most other features on the platform - introducing TV, getting users addicted and the ability to make money - there's one aspect they have yet to add to the masses. Sliding into the DM of your friend, crush or favorite celebrity happens almost very minute and those who do it the most have probably noticed that you can only do it on the mobile app as opposed to the desktop view. Alexander Koerner/Getty Images The new year has brought on a new update to the app since according to The Verge, the ability to DM another account is soon making its way to the desktop. According to the publication, only a “small percentage” of users have the ability to so right now until the accessibility is perfect to roll out to all users. The desktop version will still include all the aspects of the mobile with the ability to double-tap to like a message, create groups, send images from your desktop and see all unread messages. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg (who now owns Instagram) previously told The New York Times that private messaging, groups and stories are the “three fastest-growing areas of online communication.” It only makes sense that Instagram wants its users to be able to have all three on any given electronic of their choice. View the full article
  9. Saturday, Kanye West and the Sunday Service choir made an appearance at Awaken 2020 in Tempe, Arizona. During his set at the evangelical rally, Kanye paired the performance with a few words for the crowd gathered before him. While West has been consistently vocal about his transition from a secular lifestyle to one devoted to his faith, he switched it up just a bit when he opened up some more about his struggle with alcoholism. Alluding to his failure to realize that he was an alcoholic in the past, he blamed alcohol for his behavior during the infamous Taylor Swift/VMAs incident. "I never thought about the effect alcohol could have had on my life. I was drinking on the red carpet, and then running on stage a few minutes later," he said. "And everyone around said, 'Nah, he ain't really no alcoholic.' And then you get to the point where you're drinking Grey Goose and orange juice for breakfast, thinking, 'Nah, I ain't really no alcoholic.'" He admitted that his battle with alcohol was a veiled one until he caught a habit one day while at this office. "There was some vodka in the refrigerator at my office, and sometimes I would just go ahead and take a drink from it in the middle of the day, and I was walking toward that kitchenette area, and I stopped myself and I said, 'Devil you're not gonna finna beat me today,'" he recalled. "And it's something that we take on, day by day. Every day that I don't pick up that drink, I beat the devil." View the full article
  10. Gabrielle Union has added herself to the growing list of public voices, speaking out in favor d Durboah Dugan, the Recording Academy CEO who was mos recently ousted from the organization. Less than two weeks away fromtehGrammys, theBoard of Trustees announced that they placed Dugan on administrative leave following reported finds of misconduct. New reports, however, alleged that Dugan was actually kicked out of the organization for sending out a memo that challenged issues that included alleged misuse of duns, voting irregularities, and conflicts of interest within the Academy. “Coulda sworn this is the same board that told women to ‘step up,'” Union most recently tweeted. “Clearly what they really meant was stand down, turn a blind eye to problems, or be fired. #DeborahDugan truly stepped up & tried to make necessary changes & was shown the door. Been there, done that, got fired too.” Her "step up" reference connects back to the controversial comments made by former Recording Academy CEO Neil Portnow who suggested that female artists "step up" if they expected to win more awards after calls for inclusivity. Through a statement, Dugan also made an allusion to the line, vowing to uncover what really took place when she is legally able to do so. “What has been reported is not nearly the story that needs to be told," said Dugan. "When our ability to speak is not restrained by a 28-page contract and legal threats, we will expose what happens when you ‘step up’ at the Recording Academy, a public nonprofit.: View the full article
  11. Singer-songwriter Brianna Cash's year and career are off to a tremendous start as the budding star delivers on her "Numb" debut. The cut arrives via producer Pop Wansel, charged with discovering Cash. Most ears will recognize a familiar sample pointing to Pharcyde's "Passin' Me By." A deeper look, of course, always leads us to Quincy Jones' "Summer In The City" where the recognizable bass line first appeared. On the track, Pop delivers on an upbeat foundation for Cash's reflection on a love gone wrong before Tory dips in for the assist. "Being in the studio with her is like being in detention with the homies," Pop told Billboard. "You’re supposed to be disciplined and getting your work done but it’s really 90 percent jokes and f---ery. After a few times of that, I knew I had to sign her. When I first worked on this song in Philly with Kennedi Lykken, I knew it was special. Brianna coming into it made it even more personal and when we all heard her voice on it, we knew it was gonna be her single." Enjoy below. Quotable Lyrics Should've left the second that I knew you're already gone Crying to me like I shouldn't blame you Begging me to stay like I'm the one Choosing someone else when that's all you've ever done View the full article
  12. After a successful run of Nike Kobe IV retros, Nike and Kobe Bryant have shifted their focus to the Nike Kobe V. And just like the Kobe IV Protro, Nike will be collaborating with Undefeated for an exclusive collection of Kobe V Protros. According to sneaker source @PY_Leaks, there are at least three different Kobe V collabs in the works for this Fall, each priced at $190. Images of the kicks have not yet surfaced but the kicks will reportedly be offered in the following color schemes: "Multi-Color/Metallic Gold/Multi-Color," "Metallic Gold/Multi-Color-Field Purple" and "White/Metallic Gold/Rapid Teal." Nike kicked off the Kobe V retros at the top of the new year with the return of the Joker-inspired "Chaos" colorway and fans can expect many more classic styles to release throughout the year. Rumors suggest that one of the Kobe V Protros on tap for 2020 features a "White, Black, and Metallic Gold" design, which lines up with the "Big Stage" Nike Kobe V that debuted in 2010. Stay tuned for more details on the UNDFTD x Kobe V Protro, and let us know which colorways you want to return this year. View the full article
  13. The same day that it was reported that she and her Saudi billionaire boyfriend, Hassan Jameel, had called it quits, Rihanna hit up Yams Day 2020 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Rih was spotted backstage at the event, which is held every year to honour the late rapper and A$AP Mob founder, A$AP Yams, who died of an accidental overdose in 2015. Accompanying Rih was none other than fellow Mob member, A$AP Rocky, who has been romantically linked to Rih in the past. Rih and Rocky were spotted smiling and laughing together while posing in front of a graffitied wall. The two of them first sparked dating rumours way back in 2013, when they were seen kissing off-screen while filming the music video for Rocky's “Fashion Killa," and fans have fantasized about the two of them finally getting together ever since. Rocky has denied that they have ever hooked up but did admit that they would make a “cute couple.” “That never happened. If it happened, then it would have happened. We didn’t do that. You never know.." Regardless of romance rumours, Rocky and Rih have always been supportive of each other. He recently accompanied her to the British Fashion Awards in London in December where her Fenty brand was being honoured, and she returned the favour by attending his return to Sweden concert later that month. Rih was among many stars in attendance at Yams Day, including Tyler, the Creator, and Rih's ex, Drake, who surprised Rocky with a custom-made pendant of A$AP Yams. View the full article
  14. Karl-Anthony Towns is shutting down any rumors that he is looking for a trade to the Knicks or is unhappy in Minnesota. Gregory Shamus / Getty Images Towns, who is currently on a $158 million max contract with the Timberwolves, has been linked to his childhood team, the Knicks, as well as the Warriors, but he made it clear to the reporters that he wants to stick around in Minnesota. “I think you’ve been around me long enough to know I don’t go for all the ...,” Towns said, according to the Star Tribune. “I just do my job, go home and I know what the real story is. There’s a reason those stories are made because people need to sell papers, sell links and clicks, whatever the case may be. I’m here to be a Minnesota Timberwolf. Very fortunate I have a head coach like [Ryan Saunders], a President and friend like [Gersson Rosas]. I’m not worried about all that nonsense." He continued, “Whatever we have to deal with in house, we’ll deal with in house, but this ain’t the circus like it used to be. This is something that’s going to be done as a family. If we have a problem or anything, we’ll deal with it internally. We won’t have any external forces here adding anything.” Towns returned to the team on Friday after missing 15 games with a left-knee sprain. The Timberwolves' next game is Saturday against the Raptors. View the full article
  15. Though Game Of Thrones ultimately left a sour taste in many mouths, the series as a whole still remains beloved. And there's always The Winds Of Winter, if George R.R. Martin ever finishes writing that particular leviathan. Suffice it to say, Thrones is still very much in the mix, and HBO's recently announced prequel series House Of The Dragon will likely reinvigorate the spark upon its arrival. With Martin holding it down as an executive producer, the new show will center around the Targaryen dynasty, as loosely portrayed in Martin's Fire And Blood compendium. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images - House Of The Dragon Showrunner Miguel Sapochnik Now, a report from Deadline confirms that House Of The Dragon will be arriving in 2022, though HBO President of Programming Casey Bloys has hinted that it's too early to provide anything concrete. He did, however, confirm that the writing stages were well underway -- casting, on the other hand, has yet to begin. "Obviously it’s a big, complicated show,” explains Bloys, but it's poised to be in good hands all the same. Miguel Sapochnik, who many consider a defining voice of Thrones, is tapped to be showrunner alongside series writer Ryan Condal. Are you looking forward to a return to Westeros in 2022? Who knows -- perhaps George will have finished the book series in its entirety by then. [via] View the full article
  16. Antonio Brown's future in the NFL is questionable... to say the least. Since nobody knows if the heavily maligned athlete will play football again, it's good that he has another hustle. Brown is a rapper now, and released the single "Whole Lotta Money" earlier this month. The single has been picking up some steam online, and Brown got to perform the single for the first time this weekend in Fort Lauderdale. As captured and reported by TMZ, Brown hit the stage at Revolution Live to open up for Lil Keed and Lil Gotit on Friday night. While on stage, Brown brought the music video for "Whole Lotta Money" to life by throwing a ridiculous amount of cash into the audience throughout the night. He looks very comfortable and happy on stage, which is good since Brown's mental health has come into question as of late. After the show, Brown took to his Instagram to thank the fans for supporting him during his first-ever rap performance. "Thank you to everyone who came out to my first show last night it was ABlast," he wrote on the post. During Brown's set, the DJ mentions "allegations," and asked if he wanted to talk about that. It doesn't look like it. AB ignored the DJ and continued to enjoy his night. View the full article
  17. A few months back, we started our R&B-centric Spotify playlist, "R&B Season". HNHH curates a bunch of playlists on various streaming platforms, but they are predominantly focused on hip hop. While it may appear that our expertise lies in hip hop, we are great admirers of R&B. As the border between these two genres becomes increasingly porous, it's hard to be a fan of one without being a fan of the other. However, the distinction remains important when deciding what vibe you're going for when you turn to your preferred medium of music consumption. R&B tends to be catered for your more mellow moments and there should be a place for you to comfortably retreat into to enjoy those sounds. That's why we've been putting love and care into building up our "R&B Season" playlist. While we try to highlight new releases in the thriving realm of R&B, oldies aren't off limits. That being said, don't be too confused when you see that we snuck Aaliyah's "More Than A Woman" into our playlist this week. Aaliyah would have turned 41 this week, so we're taking time to appreciate her legacy. Our playlist can serve as the perfect companion as you read about the mark that the Princess of R&B left on music through her work with Timbaland and Missy Elliot. In the lineage of Aaliyah, we got new tunes from two women at the forefront of R&B today, Ari Lennox and H.E.R. Lennox made some lovely contributions to the deluxe edition of Dreamville's Revenge Of The Dreams III and H.E.R. brought together an interesting cast for the remix of "Slide" (Pop Smoke?!). Cozy up with "R&B Season". Follow HNHH on Spotify. Follow FIRE EMOJI on Spotify. Follow R&B SEASON on Spotify. Follow our freshly-updated Wake & Bake playlist here. Follow our G.O.O.D. Music playlist (for a GOOD ASS FRIDAY) here. View the full article
  18. Earlier this week, Spotify announced that it had conducted a study on users' data in relation to their pets. They also released a new feature that helps users curate a playlist for their pets and socialize it. "The results are interesting because it shows that, more often than not, humans also think about their pets’ emotional well-being, with 70% of animal parents considering the emotional wellness of their pets daily," a statement on Spotify's website reads. "Plus, 8 in 10 people believe their pets like music, and around 46% of people feel that music is a stress reliever for their furry friends." Apparently, 1/5 pet owners have named their companion after a musician or music group, with the top-five most popular names being Bob Marley, Elvis, Freddie Mercury, Bowie and Ozzy. The company "has created a unique experience to help you craft the pawfect algorithmically generated playlist for you and your pet to enjoy together." If you head to spotify.com/pets, you can log in, detail your pet's personality, upload a picture of them, and Spotify will show you a playlist that combines your music tastes and they're personality. You can then share a graphic on social media. As for how it works, Spotify explains, "While music for pets isn’t an exact science, we consulted with experts in the pet industry for the best approximation for what might work best for our featured animals. Incidentally, we only use the information you provide us to create your Pet Playlist. The information is not stored and is not used for any other purpose." View the full article
  19. Lil Baby is planning to take 2020 by storm next month. The Quality Contol rapper hopped on Twitter on Saturday (January 18) to announce the arrival of the new project. "Album 2/?/20 I’ll let y’all kno the exact Date ASAP," he wrote. If Lil Baby sticks to the traditional Friday album drop schedule, that means we're looking at either the 7th, 14th, 21th or 28th for the release. The young rapper's next album will be entitled My Turn, and was previously teased in October. He originally told fans the project would come out before the end of the year. The album was pushed back, but Lil Baby gave fans hope with the release of the single "Sum 2 Prove." He also shared the album artwork this month as well. Gunna, Lil Keed, and Young Thug are reportedly featured on My Turn. “I called it My Turn ’cause I feel like everybody else had a lil turn," he reportedly said on Instagram Live, according to The Source. "It’s my turn now." Lil Baby had a busy 2019 and it appears he is locked and loaded to turn 2020 into another immaculate year for him and his brand. Are you excited for Lil Baby's new album? View the full article
  20. Adam Sandler is an enigma. True, he never lies nor acts dishonestly, but he remains an enigma all the same. For every Punch Drunk Love is a Jack And Jill. For every Reign Over Me there's a That's My Boy. His latest cinematic turn in the Safdie Brothers' Uncut Gems had many going so far as to predict Oscar recognition. Alas, that day never came, and Sandler was left reflecting on the positives of the snub. Kevin Winter/Getty Images In truth, the film's critical success is a major win for those involved, despite it undergoing a relatively small-scale theatrical release. And it's only going to get more recognition, as the A24-backed film is officially coming to Netflix. According to a report from Hypebeast, who caught a since-deleted tweet from the streaming giant, Uncut Gems will be joining international Netflix on January 31, with a U.S. release slated for the mysterious "soon." The newsis actually rather curious, given that the prestigious A24 has an exclusive streaming deal with Amazon Prime. While it's unclear how this deal came to be arranged, the news certainly bodes well for those Netflix subscribers who missed the initial run, as well as those looking for a rewatch. Stay tuned for more news on Uncut Gems. View the full article
  21. Two people who have laid out all of their ups and downs for the world to scrutinize are T.I. and his wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris. The pair have been open about what they've endured in their relationship over the years, including bouts of infidelity that almost had them in divorce court. Yet, they've been able to weather their storms and have shared that the love they have for one another helped them make it through, and now they're living a life of wedded bliss. Frazer Harrison / Staff / Getty Images Tiny defended her relationship, again, recently after a social media troll commented on one of her Instagram photos. Tiny shared an image of herself along with Tammy Rivera, Toya Johnson, Monica, and Kandi Burruss. "Rich Wives Club of Atlanta," Tiny joked in the caption. "Either we are one or have been one!! We all got a hell of a story that’s relatable to every real woman!!" "Y'all got cheated on," a person commented on the photo. Apparently, Tiny had a few minutes to spare out of her busy day because she responded to the troll twice. "U did too boo..& we still out here shining with or without a man!! & u??? Your man probably come home when he choose too..tlkn bout us." Tiny continued," Frm the looks of your page u look like a lonely b*tch. Must be bad cause we still got men that love us & well u???" Check out her photo below. View the full article
  22. It's a family affair on this season of Growing Up Hip Hop. Not only has rap icon Pepa of Salt-N-Pepa back on the small screen with her daughter Egypt Criss, but Pep is also joined by her son, Tyran Moore, and her ex-husband, Naughty By Nature's Treach. Pepa and Treach's relationship has been the subject of controversy for decades, but the crux of their scandalous headlines came from Pepa's allegations that during their relationship, Treach was physically abusive toward her. Cindy Ord / Stringer / Getty Images Treach has publicly addressed the accusations on multiple occasions and even spoke with their daughter Egypt about it on their reality show. Both father and daughter recently stopped by The Breakfast Club for a quick chat about Growing Up Hip Hop but the topic of Treach's relationship with Pepa couldn't be avoided. "We have a love-hate relationship," Treach admitted. "We good, it's just, it's certain things that come up from her book, and now it's gonna be a Salt-N-Pepa movie. So they come to me and I'm looking at the character they got for me and they wanna release it. And it will never happen, you feel me? It's like, What's Love Got to do With It was a great movie, but it wasn't our story." He said he didn't take any legal action when the accusations first surfaced because his career didn't skip a beat. "It wasn't like I was blackballed or anything else. It's getting to a stage now because I'm seeing—when I actually got the script of what they were saying, I've had to keep saying, 'When did this ever happen?'" He added that he asked Pepa about the same stories in the book and he claims she told him that she didn't proofread it. Treach stressed that the #MeToo movement has the capabilities of completely ruining a person's legacy and career, so he wanted to know exactly when these domestic violence events occurred. "I don't even know if my kids ever even heard us argue," Treach said while Egypt interjected she couldn't recollect any incidents. She also said that Pepa is careful about what's included and shared publicly because she doesn't want his life to be negatively affected by any allegations. Watch Treach and Egpyt talk about Pepa below. View the full article
  23. She may have helped Tyler Perry build a $2 billion franchise, but Mabel Earlene "Madea" Simmons is a character that the media mogul can't wait to see in the rearview mirror. For years, Perry has shared that he was giving up his beloved Madea character to work on other projects, but after fans publicly expressed how she impacted their lives, Perry continued on with the character. However, all good things must come to an end, and Madea's final days are quickly approaching. In an interview with Level, a publication geared toward men of color over 30, Perry was asked if he misses Madea. "Nope. I don’t," he said matter-of-factly. The interviewer wanted to know if there was even a little part of Perry that wanted to revive his character for one more 'round. "No. We have a few more weeks of the Farewell Tour and then I’m done." Madea may have brought in the laughs—and a good-sized bankroll—but she was never a favorite of Perry's. "It was never something I enjoyed doing," he said. "My hand to God. I hated the costume, the wig, all of it." The only reason Perry even thought of doing a female impersonation in his act was because of the successes of another comedy actor. "I was scared to death!" he said of creating Madea and donning the wardrobe for the first time. "I watched Eddie Murphy and how he did his female characters. I said I’ll try it once and that’s it." The rest is history. Are you a Madea fan? View the full article
  24. We've known for some time now that Justin Bieber is a man of the lord and he's a proud member of Hillsong, the Beverly Hills-based church he frequents on the regular. "I wouldn’t consider myself religious," Justin explained in his last Vogue feature. "That confuses a lot of people because they're like, 'Well, you go to church.' I believe in the story of Jesus — that's the simplicity of what I believe. But I don't believe in all the religious elitism and pretentiousness like people are better than you because they come to church, like you have to go to church and dress a certain way." Getty Images/Dave Hogan During Justin's recent visit to his location of prayer, the "Yummy" singer was feeling high off the higher power since he jumped on stage for an impromptu performance of gospel songs as his wife, Hailey Beiber, watched from the front row. After days of trying everything in his power to get his latest single "Yummy" to become the number one song on Billboard, the singer lost out to Roddy Ricch whose single "The Box" became the smash hit. "Thanks everyone. So thankful," said the singer, re-posting a report of the chart positions. " @RoddyRicch You had to go and make a banger smh! Haha ur the man!! Love the song!! congrats on your first #1!! Everyone go stream #thebox," he wrote on Twitter. Maybe next time, Justin. View the full article
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