Celebrity Gossip Archives

ATLANTA (Sept. 20, 2017) – McDonald’s has named Atlanta as the host city for the 2018 McDonald’s All American Games. The 2018 Games will be played on March 28, 2018 at Philips Arena, home of the Atlanta Hawks. The city previously hosted the 1983 and 1992 Boys Games.

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A cutting edge drama written, directed and produced by Henderson Maddox, “Products of the American Ghetto” hosts their premiere party at “The Plaza” an Atlanta landmark and the city’s longest continuously operating movie theater.

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Bobbi Kristina’s Estate has now joined forces with Bobby Brown to stop TV1 from doing a biopic on Bobbi Kristina’s life … TMZ has learned.

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Cardi B performed at club Opium for Atlanta Pride weekend kickoff.  Hosted By Gary Lavard, . Photos inside.

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Lil Wayne’s daughter, Reginae Carter, has taken to social media, addressing reports that her father has been hospitalized.
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Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson’s drama with Starz continues. On Sunday (September 3rd), 50 instructed his fans to cancel their subscription to the network, after the finale of his hit series ‘Power’ aired.
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Adizia “Bambi” Benson, 31, and her new (old) beau Lil Scrappy, 33, were spotted stepping out for an epic date night after finally reuniting after a long, complicated and messy split. As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Scrap seemed to get Bambi back after starting a “Find the Bam” campaign on social media, making videos asking fans where he could find his longtime love and ex-fiancee and she responded well to the adorable romantic gesture. Well enough that she finally caved and told him via social media where he could find her — and found her he did!

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Chris Brown and Karrueche were due in court early Thursday to hash out details of Kae’s restraining order case against Chris. Unfortunately Chris did not show up to the hearing and was denied permission to join via telephone.

[Video] Tyson Beckford Says Chris Brown Is On Drugs On “Watch What Happens Live”

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