Last night, former Xscape singer, Tiny Harris, who goes by the username @TinyMajorMama on, posted this Twitpic of herself rocking a new t-shirt line by rising clothing designer, and her longtime friend, Nikki Nicole Dillard.

Tiny's t-shirt reads "Stay in Your LANE, HOE."

Some of you may recall t-shirt designer Nikki Nicole as my 2008 Jump Off of The Year Award recipient. At the time I wrote "You don’t know her, but she’s on the come up." Do I know how to pick 'em or what?

Prior to being named's 2008 Jump Off of The Year, Nikki and Tiny (and T.I. for that matter) were inseparable on road trips. But in the aftermath of my post, Nikki was unceremoniously dumped by the couple, and she was replaced on road trips by Tiny's other bosom buddy, Vanity.

I won't delve any further into their past personal lives, but let's suffice it to say that Nikki recovered quickly and parlayed her sudden fame into several successful business ventures.

If you're wondering if Nikki ever thanked me for that early career boost, the answer to that question would be "no."

R&B Diva Monica, whose username is @MonicaMyLife, tweeted this pic of herself in Detroit where she performed a standing room only concert. The multifaceted Mo told her fans that she styles her own hair.

She didn't say it in so many words, but how liberating it must feel for Monica to reach up and touch her own hair on her head instead of hair from a dead person -- or from a child in India who was forced to cut her long hair or lose her life.

Mo also twitpic'd this photo to show how she sleeps without messing up her 'do. Mo is so cool! When I get my hair freshly coiffed, I sleep on my hands. Maybe I'll ask her where she got that little pillow thing from.

Singer Mariah Carey wants you all to know that she is in control of every aspect of her life -- including her uterus.

Jokesters made Mariah's twins the butt of jokes for almost a year, saying she was carrying each child for 9 months each.

Well, Mariah had the last laugh when she finally gave her children permission to be born -- on the third anniversary of her wedding to entertainment mogul Nick Cannon.

Mariah, 42, and Nick, 30, welcomed a boy and a girl on Saturday, April 30, at 12:07 p.m. ET. in a Los Angeles area hospital. Nick reportedly drove Mariah to the hospital while she blasted music on the car radio.

According to, the baby girl was born first, weighing 5 lbs. 3 oz., and was 18 inches long; her brother was next, at 5 lbs. 6 oz., and was 19 inches.

Berger tells PEOPLE "she's doing great" and they were listening to Carey's "We Belong Together" after the children were born. "I spoke to both of them and they are both completely overjoyed."

Asked if the birth was planned to coincide with her anniversary, she said: "No, not even Mariah could plan that."

"Nick was very nervous and Mariah was completely calm. Mariah thought it was another soft labor and Nick was driving her to the hospital and she very calm and the music was blasting," she added. "When they walked into the hospital, [Nick] was going the wrong way and the nurse redirected them to go the maternity ward, and I said to her, 'that's right out of I Love Lucy,' and she laughed."

What type of parents will Mariah and Nick be? You already know the answer.

Expect to see those babies exploited in every shameful way possible for years to come. I feel sorry for those kids already.

Just days after bluffing about a cease fire and negotiations, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lost his sixth born son, Saif al-Arab al-Gaddafi, 29, in a missile attack on his home in Tripoli late Saturday night.

Gaddafi, 68, was inside the home at the time of the attack, but he managed to escape along with his wife, Safia Farkash. Sadly, 3 grandchildren (all under 12) were also killed.

The air strike was a direct attempt on Gaddafi's life, a violation of international law which has no legal or political justifications, he said through his spokesperson.

Gaddafi learned the hard way that surrounding himself with children wouldn't shield him from harm, especially when he's the most hunted man in Libya.

NATO forces didn't drop bunker busting bombs on the private home (which would have taken out the entire neighborhood). Instead, they sent in computer guided cruise missiles to demolish the home with pinpoint accuracy while keeping collateral damage (innocent human beings outside the home) down to a minimum.

Unfortunately, cruise missiles can't tell the difference between innocent children and a murderous dictator.

Sensing a PR disaster, the NATO commanders released a carefully worded statement saying Gaddafi wasn't targeted for assassination. But you and I both know (and hopefully Gaddafi knows) that his time on earth is not long.

Just 5 weeks ago, Gaddafi's youngest son, Khamis, 27, (pictured above) was killed in a kamikaze pilot attack on the military barracks that Gaddafi called home. Gaddafi has 5 remaining sons and one biological daughter, a lawyer, who is fiercely loyal to her father.