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Memoir Announced By Gucci Mane

Gucci Mane’s is sharing his life story via a memoir. Titled, The Autobiography Of Gucci Mane, the book is now available on Amazon, retailing for $27.

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Court records show singer and television personality Mel B has filed for divorce from her husband of nearly 10 years.

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Rapper Wyclef Jean claims he was arrested by Los Angeles police for “absolutely nothing.” Jean, 47, posted video of officers putting him in handcuffs after he says he was mistaken for a man who robbed a nearby gas station.
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Gabrielle Union is not shy about offering her basketball opinions on Twitter, whether they’re about her husband Dwyane Wade’s play, NBA referees, the Chicago Bulls, LeBron James or her beloved UCLA Bruins. So, it should come as no surprise that Union was excited about the Bruins advancing to the Sweet 16 on Sunday night, and she posted about how much she enjoys watching Lonzo Ball play.

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Director Spike Lee is defending NFL’er Colin Kaepernick. If you’re a sports fan, then you’ve noticed that Kaepernick has yet to be picked up by a NFL team. And many speculate, it’s because of him speaking out about his political views (kneeling for the national anthem, revealing that he didn’t vote, etc.).
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Congratulations to Nicki Minaj! On Monday, she made a new record for most Hot 100 hits by a female artist. The rapper’s three new songs all landed on the Billboard chart, giving her a total of 76 Hot 100 entries.

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When The Carmichael Show finally comes back to television for Season 3, it will do something that few television shows in history have done before. The intelligent family comedy, written and created by up-and-coming comedian Jerrod Carmichael, isn’t airing new episodes until this summer but when those episodes do air they will contain an unedited utterance of the N-word. NBC is letting the show air the racial slur, and Carmichael says that it will be heard about six times all told.

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Drake’s latest project More Life was streamed 89.9 million times in its first 24 hours on Apple Music, breaking the single-day album streams record for every music service. Apple Music far outpaced Spotify, which streamed the album 61.3 million times in its first day, a record for the service.

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