Floyd Mayweather, Kodak Black

Floyd Mayweather Jr and rapper Kodak Black say they will continue wearing Gucci despite calls for boycotts amid accusations of racism.

Gucci was accused of racism after social media users complained one of its sweaters resembled blackface. The ensuing controversy prompted the fashion house to pull the balaclava sweater from online stores.

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Usher, Rich the Kid

Rapper Rich the Kid was the apparent victim of a violent armed robbery outside a West Hollywood recording studio on Tuesday, according to TMZ.

Rich the Kid, whose real name is Dimitri Roger, posted an Instagram image that shows him holding stacks of cash and wearing expensive jewelry while standing next to a Lamborghini Urus.

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Rap icon Lil Kim, and socialites Karrueche Tran and Paris Hilton walked the runway at "The Blonds" Autumn/Winter 2019-20 Collection runway show during New York Fashion Week on Tuesday, Feb. 12.

The Blonds runway show made NYFW history by featuring some transgender models.

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Jussie Smollett

Jussie Smollett tried his best to shed a tear during his first televised interview after he claimed he was attacked by 2 Trump supporters in Chicago on Jan. 29.

Smollett, 36, sat down with Robin Roberts for an interview on Good Morning America that will air Thursday morning on ABC affiliate stations (check your local listings).

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Donald Trump Jr, Kamala Harris

Donald Trump, Jr clapped back at California Rep. Kamala Harris who tweeted misinformation about President Trump's tax reform bill.

Trump, Jr. retweeted Harris' tweet that referred to Trump's tax cut as a "middle class tax hike."

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Singer Maxwell, 45, dropped to one knee for a mock proposal to Tina Knowles-Lawson, 65, who is happily married to veteran actor Richard Lawson, 71.

Maxwell and Mrs. Knowles-Lawson were among the well-heeled stars attending the 2019 National Cares Mentoring Gala in New York City on Monday.

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Travis Scott is apparently still depressed after his emotional loss at the 61st annual Grammy Awards broadcast on Sunday in Los Angeles. The rapper was scheduled to perform during his "Astroworld" tour stop in Oklahoma on Monday night. Angry ticket holders rioted after the promoter announced the concert was postponed.

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Cardi B, Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande is not here for Cardi B winning her first-ever Grammy Award after just 1 album. The Bronx rapper made history on Sunday when she became the first female rapper to win best rap album. Ariana was beside herself when she learned that Cardi beat out her ex-boyfriend, deceased rapper Mac Miller, who died of a drug overdose last year.

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21 Savage, Heather Joseph

21 Savage missed his performance at the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles, because he was picked up by ICE agents in Atlanta on Super Bowl Sunday.

The British rapper's mother, Heather Joseph, was invited to attend the Grammy Awards before her son was locked up in an immigration detention center.

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Black Twitter is still simmering with rage over the Grammys Motown tribute featuring 50-year-old Jennifer Lopez incorporating her Las Vegas show into a Motown revue. Many believe The Academy of the Recording Arts could have found someone more suitable than "culture vulture" J-Lo to represent the historic label.

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Karen White

The HM Prison Service in the United Kingdom has ended the controversial policy of housing male-to-female (MtF) transgenders in all-female prisons.

The new policy calls for MtF prisoners to be housed in separate wings over concerns for the safety of genetic female prisoners.

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Kristen Haynes, Juanita Tyler

A Catholic school in Durham, NC canceled classes after they received threats of protests if a lesbian councilwoman spoke at a planned Black History Month event.

Councilwoman Vernetta Alston was invited to speak to students at Immaculata Catholic School's Black History Month event this week. Alston is an alumna of the school.

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Jemele Hill

Former ESPN journalist Jemele Hill is back in the news. This time she is accused of making a veiled threat on President Trump's life.

Hill, who now works for The Atlantic, made a reference to Malcolm X's assassination during Trump's nationally televised State of the Union Address on Tuesday.

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