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Diana Ross Goes On Twitter Rant About TSA

Diana Ross wants the TSA to stop turning her luggage upside down.
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Cardi B Will Not Be Performing at the 2018 MTV VMAs

Don’t expect Cardi B to make a triumphant return to rap at the VMAs Monday, ’cause her appearance reportedly won’t include a performance.
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Nicki Minaj blaming Kylie Jenner and her daughter Stormi for Travis Scott’s victory over her on the charts.
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Teyana Taylor Falls Off Stage During NYC Show

Teyana Taylor took quite a fall during a tour stop at the PlayStation Theater in New York City. In a video, obtained by TMZ, the K.T.S.E. creator is seen dancing on stage before she runs out of the room and slips off into the crowd. It isn’t long before she bounces back up to continue the performance though.
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Regina Hall Gives Update On Girls Trip 2

One of 2017’s most notable summer theatrical successes was the Malcolm D. Lee-directed comedy Girls Trip, starring Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith and Tiffany Haddish. On a $20 million budget, Girls Trip ended up making over $140 million worldwide. Combined with the positive critical reception and numerous accolades, talk of a sequel understandably started popping up, and Hall recently said that Girls Trip 2 is still in the cards. The main obstacle in the way is scheduling among the four stars.
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Kyle Richards looks like she knows something about a possible Charlie Sheen appearance on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
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Kodak Black Released From Jail, Gets Fresh Start

Kodak Black is free, which means the time has come for the life of Bill K. Kapri to begin again. The Florida rapper was released from the Broward County Jail early Saturday morning after serving 7 months. As you’ll recall he was doing time for 2 probation violations stemming from being arrested in January.
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Stevie Wonder revealed some of his last words to his longtime friend and fellow music legend Aretha Franklin before her death on Thursday.
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