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Karrueche Tran wants a judge to freeze her ex-manager's assets in her bid to recover at least $1.4 million she claims he stole from her.

In her court filing, obtained by The Blast, Karrueche says she fears Jacob York is spending all the money she earned from bookings and club appearances.

Karrueche is asking for an injunction against her former manager and his company Electric Republic. She believes Jacob failed to pay her $1.4 million in revenue. The two are currently in the middle of a nasty lawsuit.

In the newly filed documents, Karrueche says Jacob has refused to open his books and give her an accounting of the money she earned. She says her ex-manager dragged out the case for weeks with fake promises of a settlement.

She recently learned Jacob has been having issues paying his own lawyer which concerns her. Karrueche believes Jacob's financial difficulties "indicates Defendants have likely squandered the monies fraudulently withheld from Plaintiff and will either be required to liquidate assets in order to satisfy debts or will be incentivized to secret away such monies to place them beyond the reach of their creditors.”

Karrueche is asking the court to grant an immediate injunction and freeze Jacob’s assets.

Karrueche is best known for dating singer Chris Brown from 2010 to 2015. She is currently engaged to former NFL star Victor Cruz since 2018.


Kanye West just wants to put his divorce behind him as he begins his journey as a single father of four.

The "College Dropout" rapper is reportedly "less than thrilled" that his estranged wife Kim Kardashian plans to air their dirty laundry on the final season of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."

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According to Us Weekly, the upcoming final season of the E! reality show, which premiered in 2007, will feature an extensive breakdown of their amicable divorce.

But West, 43, is "less than thrilled" about it, the insider exclusively tells Us Weekly.

A rep for Kim, 40, recently confirmed reports that the couple had separated and were living in two different states.

"She will continue to focus on her business empire," the insider told Us. "Kim has been in individual counseling and is at peace with where her life is headed."

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But another source reported that Kim and Kanye abandoned marriage counseling because it wasn't working out.

Kim began meeting with divorce attorneys in July, but she and Kanye worked hard to stay together for their children, North, 7, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 20 months.

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The hip-hop world is mourning the loss of popular rapper Baby CEO who died exactly three years after the death of his mentor, Fredo Santana.

The baby faced Memphis rapper was 20 at the time of his death, which was first reported by Twitter user @Mymixtapes.

According to reports, Baby CEO, real name Jonathan Brown, died Tuesday, Jan. 19, from a drug overdose.

Brown is best known for his 2016 rap debut "Youngest in Charge" and a series of controversial social media posts in 2013 when he rapped amid a backdrop of guns, cash and drugs.

According to reports, Brown's social media posts drew the attention of authorities due to his age. He had a lengthy criminal record and was arrested in 2015 for violating the terms of his probation.

In a social media post on Wednesday, Brown's brother noted the rapper had recently witnessed the birth of his son. He also asked fans to stop spreading rumors about his brother's death.

"He wasn't shot or killed by anyone... please stop spreading false rumors and pray for our family," he wrote.

Brown was the protege of Chicago drill rapper Fredo Santana, who died on January 19, 2018 after suffering a seizure.

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Singer T-Boz lashed out at medics who responded after she suffered a sickle cell crisis recently.

According to TheJasmineBrand, the 50-year-old TLC legend took to social media this week to vent her frustration after encountering rude first responders.

She wrote:


After a follower urged her to contact a patient care advocate, T-Boz wrote:

"I'm just venting and I know because I've been dealing with these idiots for 50yrs now since birth and we ALWAYS HV ISSUES TRUST."

"They automatically treat you like your [sic] uneducated and assume you have no knowledge."

T-Boz, real name Tionne Watkins, has been in and out of hospitals all her life due to painful sickle cell attacks that occur spontaneously without warning.

Sickle cell disease is a blood disorder that causes the oxygen-carrying red blood cells to become rigid, deform and clump together in blood vessels, causing extreme pain in joints and extremities.

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A Missouri woman tracked down her teenage brother's killer, murdered him, then sent her dead brother a text message saying she avenged his death.

Prosecutors say Tityana Coppage, 21, fatally shot 36-year-old Keith Lars in a Kansas City parking lot on January 13.

Coppage is charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action. She is being held on $200,000 bail.

Police found Lars dead in the back of a grey Toyota near Virginia Avenue and Admiral Boulevard.

Coppage believed Lars was responsible for the murder of her 16-year-old brother, Jayson Ugwuh JR., according to Fox 4 News. Ugwuh was killed while walking home with two friends on January 10.

Police collected 23 spent shell casings from two different guns in the area.

Coppage told police that she met Lars in the area of Independence Avenue and Benton Boulevard and followed him to a nearby parking lot.

When they arrived, a black SUV pulled into the lot and parked, but no one exited the vehicle.

She claimed that Lars started shooting at the SUV and that she was also going to shoot at the SUV, but Lars told her to remain in her car.

She said she fired her weapon out of her passenger window and Lars "got in the way" of the gunfire.

Police reviewed Coppage's cell phone and discovered text messages sent to someone she referred to as "Auntie" after the shooting.

Coppage requested more bullets and wrote: "Lol I used to many on bro [sic]."

A text was also sent to her dead brother's cell phone: "sent a Ni**a to my brother I owe em that body [sic]."

Coppage's nine-year-old brother Jayden Ugwuh along with their 8-year-old cousin Montell Ross were killed in 2016 when someone fired more than 20 shots into the family home.

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In the above screenshot, tears roll down Jayson's face as he talked about the deaths of his little brother and cousin in 2016.

Jayson, who was 12 at the time, was asleep in his room when his little brother was struck by a stray bullet.

Jayson Ugwuh Sr., the boys' father, said little Jayden "Didn't even cry, just got hit and ran and laid up under his big brother, you know. Like he knew exactly where to go for comfort."

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Lil Wayne and Kodak Black were granted pardons by President Donald Trump on his last day in office.

Wayne, real name Dwayne Carter, received a full pardon on the federal weapons charge he pled guilty to in December.

Black, government name Bill Kapri, received a commutation of his 46-month sentence for falsifying information on federal forms to buy firearms in 2019.

Black made headlines last year when he tweeted that he would donate $1 million to charity if Trump released him from prison early.

"President Trump and his administration have been tireless advocates on behalf of the African-American community," Bradford Cohen, attorney for both rappers, told Rolling Stone in a statement. "These pardons are a perfect example of this administration following up on its reforms and commitments."

The pardons were granted on Tuesday night - Trump's final full day in the White House before Joe Biden takes over as POTUS.

Among Trump's list of 143 pardons and commutations is Death Row Records co-founder Michael "Harry-O" Harris who served 32 years in prison for attempted murder and drug trafficking charges.

"That's great work for the president and his team on the way out," said rapper Snoop Dogg who quietly worked with the Trump administration for Harris' release. "They did some great work while they was in there, and they did some great work on their way out. Let them know that I love what they did."

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Trump also commuted the prison sentence of former Detroit mayor Kwame Malik Kilpatrick.

Kilpatrick will walk out of prison a free man after serving nearly 8 years of his 28-year sentence for bribery, racketeering, extortion and fraud charges.

Kilpatrick, 50, cannot hold public office for 20 years after his conviction.

"Tiger King" star Joe Exotic will not be released from prison where he is currently serving a 22-year sentence for masterminding a murder-for-hire plot against rival Carole Baskin.

Exotic was so confident he'd be granted a pardon that he booked a limousine to wait on standby outside the prison walls if his pardon was granted.

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On January 20, 2017, Joe Biden attended the Presidential Inauguration ceremony where Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States. Former President Barack and Michelle Obama were also in attendance, and they gracefully welcomed Trump and his wife, Melania, to the White House afterwards.

Even Hillary Clinton, who lost a hard fought battle for president in 2016, attended Trump's inauguration because it was the right thing to do.

However, Trump will not be in attendance when Biden is sworn in as the nation's 46th president on Wednesday.

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The Trumps departed the White House for the final time early Wednesday morning. After a small ceremony at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, they flew home to his Mar-a-Lago estate in West Palm Beach, Florida, to spend the final hours of his presidency.

There will be no photos of the former and current presidents chatting in the Oval Office while their wives tour the private residence.

There will be no traditional handoff of the nuclear football between the outgoing and incoming presidents.

Trump becomes the first president in more than 150 years to refuse to attend his successor's inauguration or welcome him to the White House.

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Rumors are running rampant that Michael B. Jordan paid Atlanta socialite Lori Harvey for discrete beard services.

These rumors have cropped up about Lori before. Lori's beard services are legendary. The 24-year-old has a history of briefly dating effeminate rappers, music moguls, and pro athletes.

Rumors have plagued Jordan for his entire career. Then there's this from a young man on TikTok:

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Internet sleuths claim the paparazzi is paid to leak photos of Jordan, 33, and Lori to the Instagram blogs to improve his public image -- particularly among Black women who despise him for certain comments he made back in the day.

The sleuths also point to Jordan's body language in the photos as proof that he is not that into her.

They're saying the couple is going overboard with all the trips, vacation photos and public displays of affection. It all looks absolutely staged, they say.

But, according to the actor's rep, there is no deception or beard services: just a young couple that is really in love.

The rep told HollywoodLife that the paparazzi pictures do seem a bit excessive, but "Love is in the air."

"No one should anticipate an engagement between Lori and Michael this year, although it would not be a bad thing. But, they are enjoying being a couple, traveling and celebrating birthdays together. Things are really positive between them both and they have a really deep connection. They both respect each other’s work ethic as well. Michael would like more privacy and will not be talking about his relationship much or at all, but to say it’s going well would be a drastic understatement. Love is definitely in the air for them both."

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Miami police offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to the gunman who shot up a child's birthday party, wounding three people including a 6-year-old girl.

According to WPLG, Chassidy Saunders died from her injuries at Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center in Miami on Saturday night.

Two other people were wounded by gunfire and were transported to the same hospital. They’re conditions are unknown.

The shooter fled the scene and is still at large, according to Crime Online.

Police towed a bullet-riddled vehicle from the scene to search it for evidence. There was no description given of the shooter or shooters.

Family members described Chassidy as a happy, energetic girl who was "full of life" and loved making TikTok dance videos.

"We gotta go through real pain, man. People don't know what we gotta go through, man,” said family friend Santonio Carter in an interview with WPLG. "Stop it! Just stop it."

Carter's 6-year-old son was struck and killed by a stray bullet five years ago.

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President Donald Trump has reportedly pardoned Death Row Records co-founder Michael "Harry-O" Harris, reported.

Harris is among 100 pardons and commutations set to be announced by the Trump administration before the president leaves office at 12:01 p.m. on January 20.

Harris, who was convicted in 1988 of attempted murder and narcotics distribution, has served 32 years in state and federal time for attempted murder and for his role in operating an 11-state drug trafficking ring. He will be set free immediately.

Rapper Snoop Dogg, who openly criticized Trump during his 4 years in office, worked quietly with prison reform advocates in the White House to release his friend.

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"The president knows about it. I've spoken with Ivanka [Trump] and I've spoken with Jared [Kushner], and I've been told that President Trump is aware of the case and has been reviewing it," said Alice Johnson, whose life sentence for a drug conviction was commuted by Trump.

"Snoop brought this case to me, and I brought Alice Johnson on board to help it with me, and she brought it to the West Wing," said activist Weldon Angelos. "In the past, the president has given her the ability to select cases. And she doesn't get [clemency for] all of them. But with Mr. Harris, she is not taking no for an answer."