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Rapper Offset was arrested while live-streaming himself driving through a pro-Trump rally on Saturday. The Migos rapper was pulled over by Beverly Hills police after he drove through a crowd of Trump supporters and allegedly waved a handgun.

Police surrounded Offset's vehicle with guns drawn. The rapper, who was born Kiari K. Cephus, refused orders to take his hand off his steering wheel and turn off the engine.

Offset: "I'm not finna do that."

Cop: "Why not?"

"Because you got guns out. I'm not finna move my hands from my steering wheel."

Offset live-streamed the traffic stop, telling police "Do you know who I am? I'm Offset from the Migos!"

When a female officer told him he was seen waving a gun in the air, Offset said, "You just watched somebody beat my car up with a flag. What are you talking about?"

Another officer approached the car, reached in the driver's side window and unlocked the car door. The officer then snatched Offset out of the vehicle.

The Beverly Hills police confirmed they detained a man for pointing a gun at Trump supporters who attended a large rally on Saturday.

Offset is best known for being married to rapper Cardi B.
 

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The mask hysteria that has gripped parts of the U.S. has extended to Jamaica.

Reggae dancehall legend Buju Banton triggered two of his daughters by urging Jamaicans to ditch face masks.

According to Urban Islandz, Buju's daughter Jodian Myrie took to Twitter on Thursday, Oct. 22, to criticize her own father for choosing not to wear masks.

"Let us all as Jamaicans play our part in flattening this curve by continuing to wear our masks and practicing social distancing!" she tweeted. "Follow the protocols set in place to protect not only your life, but the life of your loved ones."

Buju's other daughter, Abihail Myrie, also tweeted, "So anyway y'all wear your masks!!!"

The blatant disrespect angered Buju's concubine, Tasha Rodney, criminal defense attorney. Jamaicans are very big on respecting elders and particularly showing obedience to one's father.

"Go study your books and stop allowing them to use you to tear down your father," Tasha wrote.

Abihail responded: "If it is that you were studying yours enough you wouldn't be on twitter.com advertising your ignorance. It's a shame. Wear a mask, certified rebel."

Tasha reminded Buju's ungrateful daughter that she paid her college tuition and other expenses.

"You are the one showing your ignorance. Those who want to wear masks are doing so. Before you disrespect me, please send me back every dollar I ever sent you. Please and thanks. By the time I was your age, I already had a degree and was working on my second one but carryon."

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Abihail replied in the third person: "Whatever monies you think you have sent Abihail Myrie please post those as opposed to old photo memories you so sadly hold on to. I guess with all those degrees you still couldn't calculate not to sleep with a married man who at the time had 13 kids and counting."

She continued: "I hope the second degree made a difference with your life choices. And let's not get carried away here. A degree at 20? Carryon."

"Yes dear. I had a degree at 20," Tasha wrote, defending her concubine status. "Don't worry about my life choices. You and your mother are still hurt that she couldn't hold him. Don't be upset with me. Be upset with him [crying laughing emojis]."

Abihail was livid at the mention of her mom by one of her father's mistresses.

"My mom??? From mask to man. Your bitterness is showing. You were oh so praying for a man you thought you'd have when he got here you were the one who had to eat all of your unwanted kids. Using all the money you have to pay mortgage for his house that you've never even been to...

"moved all your shit here in jamaica thinking when he got here he would've moved in with you and he didn't even visit you. Defending a man that doesn't even want you. Be blessed, champion [crying laughing emojis]."

"Rude as hell. I don't even argue on here," Abihail continued. "But don't think you're gonna talk down to me AND mention my good good mom and i not say anything. Go roun gyal. Not one of his wh*res arguing with me."

"I'm not Buju's b*tch dear," said Tasha. "And unlike your mother, I never needed him to give me a dime."

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The entire thread was deleted on Twitter. It is beneath the dignity of Jamaicans to argue about personal drama on social media.

Los Angeles-based physician Dr. Simone Gold agrees with Buju that masks do not work against a coronavirus. Watch the video below.
 

 

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A man-hating lesbian is racking up 5 star reviews for her book, titled Lesbian Genius.

"We have to erase men," said Alice Coffin, a lesbian activist and Paris city councillor. According to DailyMail.com, Alice said she doesn't listen to music, read books, or watch films made by men.

Alice and her partner, a male-identified lesbian named Yuri, belong to a growing sisterhood who see men as a danger to women everywhere.

"We have to erase them. Erase them from our minds, from our pictures, from our representation. I don't read books by men anymore, I don't watch their movies, I don't listen to their music", she writes.

Alice, who is a male-identified lesbian, says she "imagined" herself as a boy when she was younger. But she now believes being a lesbian is a "greater" achievement than being male.

She claims men are waging a "permanent war on women" and her book is a response to the favor men continue to receive in society.

Alice said society erects monuments to men and celebrate their male heroes, while women are objectified and reduced to their feminine parts.

Alice's book received a flood of 5 star reviews on Amazon as readers gush that the author makes points they haven't heard before.

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A Mississippi judge was found dead in her home in an apparent homicide. Longtime justice court judge Sheila Osgood was found deceased on the floor of her home in Moss Point, Miss. on Wednesday morning.

Officers responded to the home to conduct a "welfare check" at the 3600 block of Davis Street, OANN reported. They knocked and attempted to make contact with anyone inside the residence but there was no response.

An hour later, officers responded to a second call to investigate a domestic disturbance at the residence. Upon arriving, officers heard gunshots and requested additional backup, according to a press release.

Police encountered a man in the front yard armed with a handgun. The man, who was later identified as a family member, complied with orders to drop the weapon.

An officer then entered the residence and found 65-year-old Osgood deceased on the floor.

While police were securing the home, Osgood's 45-year-old son, Gregory Jackson, approached and charged at the police with a knife. When Jackson refused orders to drop the knife, officers were forced to discharge their weapons, killing him.

The family member who fired the first gunshots was not arrested.

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Judge Amy Coney Barrett could be seated on the Supreme Court as early as Monday, Oct. 26, barring a last minute Hail Mary from Senate Democrats.

Democratic senators were noticeably missing when the Judiciary Committee voted to advance Barrett's Supreme Court nomination on Thursday.

There are a few more procedural hurdles in the way before Barrett is confirmed to the Supreme Court on Monday.

First, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will ask the Senate to move to executive session on Friday afternoon. Once that vote is complete, McConnell will immediately file "cloture" on the nomination.

A cloture petition to stop a filibuster -- which could delay Barrett's nomination -- can't be voted on until Sunday because it requires an intervening day (Saturday), according to Fox News.

Once the cloture petition is approved (on Sunday), Senate Democrats have 30 hours to throw that Hail Mary to disrupt Barrett's nomination.

This is the phase when the Democrats "found" an accuser who claimed she was raped by Justice Brett Kavanaugh when he was a teenager. That strategy delayed Kavanaugh's nomination to the bench.

That isn't likely to happen in Barrett's case.

After the 30 hours expires Monday evening, the crucial and much-anticipated confirmation vote begins Monday night.

If this timetable holds, the Senate could confirm Barrett as the 115th Justice on the Supreme Court around 8:15 p.m. EST Monday.

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Old school rapper Busta Rhymes (left) showed off his dramatic weight loss on Instagram after fellow rapper T.I. (right) dissed him as too old to battle rap.

Busta, who has a new album coming out, asked T.I. to battle him on Verzuz. But T.I. turned him down flat, saying, "I salute and respect Busta a whole lot. I just think the generational gap might be just a little too much."

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Busta responded, saying "age don't make no difference, and "it don't matter when you came out. I know people that been out before me that I put out more albums than them after I came out after them. This ain't got nothing to do about generation."

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The 48-year-old rapper, born Trevor George Smith Jr., continued:

"Just let the world know truly that you don't want this bust a** that you was about to get. It's okay. Cause, see, the difference between me and you, my brother, and we're both kings. I'm actually a god."

Busta then took to Instagram to share before and photos after working out in the gym to prove he's never too old to compete with the younger generation.

He captioned the photos:

"DON'T EVER GIVE UP ON YOURSELF!! LIFE BEGINS RIGHT NOW!!! MY DEDICATION IS DIFFERENT!! I WOULD NEVER PUT OUT AN ALBUM AND NOT BE IN THE BEST SHAPE OF MY LIFE!! I RESPECT MYSELF TOO MUCH AND I RESPECT Y’ALL TOO MUCH!!! I’M ONLY HERE TO INSPIRE!!"

 

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Fans of rapper Young Buck are happy to know he is safe and sound after his girlfriend was arrested for trying to kill him.

According to The Tennessean, Buck, real name David Darnell Brown, was arrested Thursday on assault charges, unlawful possession of a weapon and vandalism over $10,000.

He was booked into the Sumner County Sheriff's Office, jail records show. He was still in custody Friday, being held on $60,000 bail.

If you recall, the rapper's girlfriend was arrested Tuesday and charged with reckless endangerment after she discharged a firearm at him during a verbal altercation.

Police say Lucresia Neil took aim with her pistol and fired multiple shots at the rapper as he fled their home in the Tower Hill subdivision in Hendersonville, Tenn.

Police were still searching for Brown a day later to determine whether he was wounded or he was in hiding because he feared for his life.

Jail records show Neil posted a $3,500 bond and was released from jail on Tuesday.

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Brown, 39, was a member of 50 Cent's hip-hop group G-Unit. 50 Cent (left) and Brown are pictured at a liquor store in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Sept. 6, 2015.

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Jordyn Woods trolled Khloe Kardashian earlier this month by wearing masks printed with the phrase: "I don't need your situation" -- her response to being accused of hooking up with Khloe's baby daddy, Tristan Thompson.

If you recall, the 23-year-old Libra made headlines after she was fired as personal assistant to Khloe's half-sister, Kylie, for allegedly creeping with Tristan.

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The entire family turned against Jordyn (pictured left with Kylie). Jordyn initially fled overseas before returning to the U.S. and remaking herself as a social media star.

This week Jordyn announced she is selling the custom masks on her personal website www.jordynwoods.com.

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36-year-old Khloe (pictured left with Kylie) has undergone drastic changes to her face and completely overhauled her body. Fans now dub her "Newface Khloe" because she is unrecognizable. Check the gallery to take a trip down memory lane.
 

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LisaRaye is the latest celebrity to join OnlyFans to pay her bills amid the weakening pandemic that threw many entertainers out of work.

According to Rhymeswithsnitch, LisaRaye made the announcement on her Instagram account. Her basic subscription price is $20 a month.

Other celebs, including Blac Chyna and Cardi B, have earned millions on the British content subscription service where p0rn stars earn enough cash to make ends meet.

In a video posted on her IG page, LisaRaye is seen fixing her lacefront wig while speaking to a friend who encourages her to join OnlyFans.

"I actually could get with that," she responds. She added that scrolling through all the negative opinions from haters on IG "makes me exhausted."

She promised to post "special stuff and all this behind-the-scenes stuff."

It isn't clear if LisaRaye will bare it all for the real cash. Some socialites earn $200 per view.

At 53, LisaRaye's body is still bringing the boys to the yard. Cougars like LisaRaye can do very well on OnlyFans if she takes it all off.
 

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Singer Aubrey O'Day dropped shocking allegations about the family of U.S. President Donald Trump.

The 36-year-old Danity Kane star was a contestant on Trump's TV series Celebrity Apprentice back in 2011. She claimed she had an affair with the President's son Donald Trump, Jr.

According to reports, Don Jr. ended the entanglement when his then - wife discovered steamy text messages between Don Jr. and Aubrey.

Now, Aubrey vocally criticizes the President and his family whenever she gets the chance.

On Thursday, she took to Twitter during the final presidential debate between Trump and Joe Biden, and made a string of shocking claims about the first family.

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"since trump has now lowered this debate to trashing family," she wrote, "-don jr HATES his father. -ivanka is a lesbian on the low. -eric f**ked miss universe on the apprentice board room table while with his now wife. #Debates2020."

Aubrey also included a GIF that said, "I have the receipts," and went on to share more apparent insights into the family, writing: "I have texts of don jr telling me what a little s**t a**hole barron is...

"That they were on the private jet and barron didn't like his food so he threw the plate across the plane at the attendant. NONE of these people are INNOCENT of being a*sholes & liars!"

"We need to stop discussing kids.. because Ivanka is a lesbian, yet doesn't support women's rights in this administration that she RUNS on the low."

Aubrey also accused Trump of being a "racist", sharing: "on apprentice, Trump used to say DAILY 'they think I don't like black people.. Arsenio (Hall, host) tell them, you are one of my blacks."

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MSNBC interviewed three undecided Black women voters in Atlanta the day before the third and final presidential debate. The segment aired on Thursday, Oct. 22, hours before the debate.

The women were passionate and very vocal about what they view as the Democrats taking their votes for granted. They each expressed their opinions that they want to hear what the Democrats are going to do for Black people NOW - not after the election.

Every four years Black people stroll to the polls and get nothing in return for their votes. They then watch as every other community benefits, while the Black community continues to struggle.

If you missed MSNBC's segment last night, I posted a clip below. I also posted a reaction video from a young man who digs deeper into the problem of Democrats courting the Black vote before every election and then ignoring the needs of the Black community for years.
 

 

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A Texas judge lost his patience with a juvenile Crips gang member who removed his ankle monitor and shot a 1-year-old baby. The judge sentenced the 12-year-old to 7 years in a juvenile detention center.

The boy broke down and cried during a Zoom detention hearing in September. But the judge told him to save his tears.

"Every time you come in here you cry. You know that, right?" Judge Kim told rapper Lil Rodneyy. "Every single time, you beg me for one more chance. You swear to God, 'On my mama's name,' 'I'm not gonna cut off the monitor, I'm not gonna run off,'" said judge Kim.

The boy, who also answers to "30 Shotz," admitted he cut off his ankle monitor to attend a friend's funeral. But he couldn't recall the friend's name. He told the judge he only knew the friend by his nickname.

The boy's grandfather, who helped raise him, also attended the Zoom hearing.

Judge Kim told the boy he would be detained in a juvenile detention center until he turned 19.

Rodneyy's mother was interviewed after the hearing. She is a single mom who gave birth to Rodneyy when she was 16.

The boy's father abandoned his family, and Rodneyy's mom chooses not to seek child support. She said she was sent away to prison twice when the boy was a toddler. Rodneyy was raised by her father, who lovingly refers to his grandfather as "Paw paw."
 

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Former socialite Amber West revealed ex-fiancé Kanye West has bullied her for a decade, and she's tired of it.

Amber, who dated Kanye for two years, revealed they split on bad terms in 2010. She claimed Kanye's wife Kim Kardashian-West was one of the reasons that she and Kanye split.

Amber may sound bitter, but she claims Kanye continues to bully her a decade after they split.

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"Even if someone is picking on me which he has for 10 years. He has picked on me, he has bullied me for 10 years," Amber said on the No Jumper YouTube channel. "He just called me a prostitute and, like, 10 years later, just leave me alone."

She added: "And then I'm a woman... you're bullying me, like, just move on with your life!"

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Amber assumed her ex is calling her out to make his wife more comfortable. The mom-of-two suggested she may be the wedge between Kanye and Kim that drove him to move to Wyoming two years ago.

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"I always stood up for Kim," said Amber. "I always, like, she had an ex-boyfriend that she loved at the time and she made a sex tape... it's just not a big deal to me.

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Amber, who shares a son named Sebastian with rapper Wiz Khalifa, has a son named Slash with current boyfriend Alexander Edwards.
 

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Shonda Rhimes reveals why she parted ways with ABC in 2017 after writing and producing hit TV series on the network for 15 years.

Rhimes' hit shows include Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away With Murder.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Rhimes said she decided to leave ABC in 2017 and go over to Netflix because she was tired of the disrespect.

According to THR, Rhimes and network bosses clashed over budget issues, content, and, in 2016, an ad for then-presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

"I felt like I was dying," Rhimes told THR, "Like I'd been pushing the same ball up the same hill in the exact same way for a really long time."

Rhimes, 50, recalled an incident that left her disillusioned with ABC.

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The showrunner had been given an all-inclusive pass to the theme park as part of her deal with the network, and when she asked for an extra pass for her sister and her daughter, Harper (pictured), an ABC executive allegedly asked her, "Don't you have enough?"

Rhimes made her decision to leave ABC and join her pals, Barack and Michelle Obama at Netflix.

She shared her concerns with Netflix's co-CEO Ted Sarandos over breakfast in 2016.

"I said, 'I just want to be in a place where I can make stuff and no one's going to bother me or make me feel like I'm beholden, and he was like, 'That sounds great to me.'"

But Rhimes said the grass wasn't much greener on the other side.

She said she experienced a "real culture shock" at Netflix, having to get comfortable with large crowds of people in her meetings.

"50 people, if you're as introverted as I am, is terrifying," she said.

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Former President Barack Obama hit the campaign trail to drum up support for Joe Biden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, Oct. 21.

The small turnout for Obama was in stark contrast to the huge audiences he once commanded during his two terms as U.S. president.

Biden is polling ahead of President Donald Trump in the battleground state of Pennsylvania that Trump narrowly won in 2016.

But you couldn't tell judging by the light turnout for Obama's speech. Normally, an Obama appearance attracted thousands of adoring supporters. But only about three dozen people turned up at a drive-in campaign rally to hear Obama speak in a Philly park.

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Afterwards, Obama strolled through the neighborhood with his Secret Service protection. He stopped to speak with a handful of Biden/Harris volunteers at a Voter activation Center (VAC).

There, he picked up a megaphone and spoke to the handful of volunteers, who didn't know what to make of the odd scene. The gaggle of reporters and photographers outnumbered the volunteers and onlookers.

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Obama is hoping to motivate young Americans and Black voters in the final stretch of the White House race. Polls show Black male voters are shifting away from the Democratic Party.