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Do you think the fans truly appreciate these or should KimYe keep more things sacred and to themselves?
Kim and Kanye have been through so much — they’ve survived her armed robbery, his mental illness issues, four kids and countless episodes of KUWTK, as well as the birth of multiple brands between the two of them.
Speaking of which — this year’s wedding anniversary also falls on the release date of her newest makeup drop — the Mrs. West Collection.
Instagram honey Lira Galore has finally shown off her baby girl’s face. Just a month ago Lira gave birth to a healthy girl named Khaleesi. We’ve seen just a peek of Khaleesi’ss baby hair and her mom showed off her beautiful nursery. As we previously reported, Lira and Khalessi’s dad “Pee” Thomas broke up early on in her pregnancy. But it didn’t stop him for being there when she was born. Pee posted up IG story photos excitedly in the delivery room with his baby girl.
But the question is: Who does she look like to YOU? Lira says she spit her out. Scroll down to see Khaleesi’s first photos.
In it, we see R. Kelly’s ex-wife Andrea “Drea” Kelly and her three children Buku, Kyd, and Jaah move back to Atlanta and broke their silence in a buzzing child support battle. As Drea tries to spread her wings and fly, the arrest of R. Kelly is yet another wound inflicted on her from her nightmare of an ex. All the while that drama’s going on, Drea’s sweet daughter Buku takes a step out on her own, trying to establish herself as a vocal artist in her own right away from the long shadow of her criminal father.
Also profiled will be that CRAZY fight between Bow Wow and Kiyomi, Waka and his wife Tammy Rivera settling down after having their dream wedding in Cancun, Da Brat rebuilding her life in the wake of prison and bankruptcy, Debra Antney working alongside Brat on an Artist Boot Camp.
Returning this season will be Ms. Deb’s controversial godson Brandon Barnes who Waka calls a “scammer” and threatens to beat the brakes off of. Not only is Waka BIG mad at Brandon, Ayana Fite, DJ Hurricane’s daughter, is on a warpath against him and his lies.
“Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” premieres Thursday, June 13 at 9pm ET/PT on WEtv.
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The Growing Up Hip Hop franchise, including “Growing Up Hip Hop”, “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” and “Growing Up Hip Hop: New York”, is produced for WE tv by Entertainment One (eOne) and Datari Turner Productions.
Drake Trades Jabs With The Daughter Of Milwaukee Bucks Owner
If Drake is serious about anything, it’s the Toronto Raptors–but he still finds a way to have fun with the people praying on the downfall of his hometown team.
The rapper’s issues with the Bucks have been a long time coming with their head coach, Mike Budenholzer, calling him out for his court-side behavior earlier this week. But beyond the small jabs from the NBA team toward Drizzy, one person in the organization decided to take things to a whole new level.
Mallory Edens, the daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wes Edens, wore a t-shirt with Pusha T on it to the Raptors game on Thursday. This was obviously a ploy to get a rise out of Drake, who had an extremely public feud against Pusha this time last year.
Unsurprisingly, the Toronto native didn’t let this trolling faze him, and instead, he responded with some pretty calculated trolls of his own.
Drake changed his IG profile picture to Mallory Edens and put her on his story.
Not only did Drake follow Edens on IG, but he even changed his profile photo to a picture of her. Following that, he posted the picture of Mallory wearing her Pusha T shirt onto his Instagram story with the caption, “All is fair in war and war and trust me I’ll still get your tickets to ovo fest” along with a heart eyes emoji, of course. Classic Aubrey.
Drake has even more reason to celebrate as The Raptors ended up wining Game 5 against the Bucks and are headed back to Toronto for Game 6–so we can probably expect even more antics from the rapper in the next few days.
"I love Toronto, I love this team and we're going to the NBA Finals."
“I just wanted to be on set with Lena again, she’s good fun,” Williams explained. “And I wanted Arya to kill Cersei even if it means [Arya] dies too. Even up to the point when Cersei’s with Jaime I thought [while reading the script], ‘He’s going to whip off his face [and reveal its Arya]’ and they’re both going to die. I thought that’s what Arya’s drive has been.”
We’re pretty sure the WHOLE world of watchers were disappointed that Arya didn’t employ any of her Many-Faced-God skills during Season 8 — and it would have been especially gratifying against Cersei as Jaime, right?
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Williams says ultimately she understood the direction show writers decided to take with Arya:
“The Hound says, ‘You want to be like me? You want to live your life like me?’” Williams said. “In my head, the answer was: ‘Yeah.’ But I guess sleeping with Gendry, seeing Jon again, realizing she’s not just fighting for herself anymore but also her family — it’s bringing up all these human emotions that Arya hasn’t felt for a long time. When The Hound asks her if she has another option, all of a sudden there are so many more things in [Arya’s] life that she can live for, that she can do. It was a shock for me because that wasn’t how I envisioned her arc going this year. Then I realized there were other things I could play, bringing Arya back to being a 16-year-old again.”
“It’s not a Game of Thrones ending for Arya, it’s a happy ending,” she concludes. “It gave me a place to take Arya that I never thought I’d go with her again.”
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Williams isn’t the only one who was looking for an Arya/Cersei faceoff. According to EW, Headey said she hoped she’d have a scene with Williams in the final season as well.
“I lived that fantasy until I read the script,” Headey said. “There were chunky scenes and it was nothing that I had dreamt about. It was a bit of come down and you have to accept that it wasn’t to be. There is something poetic about the way it all happens in the end with her and Jaime.”
She’s right — there’s nothing anyone can do but to accept the weak a** ending that the writers gave us.
Shawna Morgan Said Fetty Wap Owes Her More Than $242,000; Nearly Ruined Her Reputation
Fetty Wap’s one time tour employee has accused the rapper of stiffing her out of nearly $242,703 and then trash talking her in the press.
The “679” artist will head to a New Jersey court next month for a suit from ex-employee Shawna Morris, who sued him for breach of contract and defamation, according to court papers obtained by BOSSIP.
Morgan said she worked for Fetty and his company “Fetty Wap Touring,” and in exchange, the rapper agreed to pay her between five and ten percent of his performance profits. She said she often had to shell out her own money up front for tour-related expenses, but Fetty would reimburse her. But she said by early 2017, Fetty’s payments became delayed before stopping altogether, according to court papers obtained by BOSSIP. In total, she said Fetty owes her $242,703.
But the woman said the straw that broke the camel’s back was when Fetty made several public claims against her, including that she’d stolen money from him and had been double dipping – charging Fetty’s company as well as clients. She said Fetty’s alleged falsehoods damaged her rep and work prospects.
Fetty didn’t initially respond to the case, so a judge ruled in Morgan’s favor by default. Fetty managed to get the case reinstated, and then both sides went to arbitration. But when the arbitrators later ruled that Fetty and his company pay Morgan $160,000, Fetty asked for the case to head back to trial, which is now set to start June 11.
We reached out to lawyers for both Morgan and Fetty Wap for comment.