Pseudo-singer Teyana Taylor is just like you. The 21-year-old socialite was seen shopping in a West Hollywood Target on Saturday. Teyana is the first female artist signed to Kanye West's music label G.O.O.D. -- which gave her some credibility as a singer. Teyana was dressed in her usual uniform: a white tank top, jogging pants, baseball cap and a fresh pair of Jordans.
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Young Money Cash Money Records signee Christina Milian was inappropriately dressed for the launch of her new bikini line over the weekend. The 30-year-old mother of one launched her bikini line at a beach house in Malibu, where she was seen frolicking with her scantily clad models on the sand.
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  • Dennis Byron of Hiphopenquirer.com has the full details of Judge Bensonetta Tipton-Lane's explosive final decision in the hotly contested Raymond vs Raymond child custody case.

    The 33-year-old singer and his ex-wife Tameka Foster-Raymond were locked in a bitter public battle for their 2 boys. Each side accused the other of being negligent parents. Usher accused Foster-Raymond of being unfit and mentally unstable. While Foster-Raymond accused Usher Raymond of abusing drugs around their children.

    In the end the judge decided Usher Raymond was the better unfit parent -- but parents would continue to share joint custody.

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    As the old saying goes: it's not what you know, it's who you know. In a blockbuster ruling today, Judge Bensonetta Tipton-Lane sided with singer User Raymond, awarding him primary custody of his two sons in a bitter child custody battle with ex-wife Tameka Foster-Raymond.

    The tables have now turned on Foster-Raymond, who will be forced to make arrangements with Usher to determine when and where she sees their sons, 4 and 3.

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    Tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams cover the current issue of NY Times Magazine. The black & white photo brings out the definition in the sisters' distinctive muscles.

    The cover article is long and drawn out, but it's an interesting read if you have a lot of time on your hands.

    Over umpteen pages, the author delves into Venus and Serena's background, interviewing each family member to get their unique perspectives on the two megastars from the people who knew them before they changed women's tennis forever.

    We don't hear from the sisters themselves until halfway through the article.

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    Unemployed reality TV star Evelyn Lozada was spotted strolling on the beach near her home in Florida on Friday. Lozada, 42, wore a cap pulled down over her forehead to hide the scar from a headbutt delivered by her soon-to-be ex-husband Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson, 34.

    Both Lozada and Johnson lost their jobs on a reality TV show as a result of the unscheduled fight.

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    A disturbed 19-year-old woman was arrested and charged with kidnapping and other charges after she abducted a 3-day-old boy from a Pittsburgh hospital Thursday.

    Breona Moore grinned for the TV cameras as she was led away in handcuffs by police. Moore is charged with taking 3-day-old Bryce Copeland from the maternity ward of Magee-Womens hospital Thursday afternoon -- reportedly to prove she was pregnant to family members.

    Police discovered Moore hiding in a stairwell in an office building near the hospital after an intense search of buildings and cars. The infant was recovered at an undisclosed location after Moore's family members called police to report their suspicions that she may be the kidnapper.

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    A 17-year-old girl who was reported missing two years ago escaped from a home in Washington Park, Illinois this week, according to news reports. The girl who is now 17 told police she was held against her will, beaten and repeatedly raped for 2 years by a man and his mother. The girl told police she gave birth to her captor's child (who is seen being carried out of the home by members of a SWAT team).

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    A gunman opened fire on New Yorkers and tourists as they prepared to enter the Empire State building's observatory deck Friday morning.

    According to news reports, the gunman was killed by police officers after he shot at least 10 people in front of the Empire State Building around 9 a.m.

    Officials said two people are dead, including the gunman, and 9 others suffered gunshot wounds and other injuries related to the shooting. Police aren't clear if the shooting was a dispute between two people, but police say there is no link to terrorism.

    The gunman, who is described as white, was armed with a sawed off shotgun, according to law enforcement.

    The mass shooting renewed calls for gun control after the recent mass shootings in Colorado by a deranged college student who ordered thousands of ammunition online.

    Proponents of gun control say guns should be taken out of the hands of citizens who are not in the military or law enforcement.

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