Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert

Teyana Taylor is embarking on another business venture. This time she is opening a 1990s-themed nail salon in New York City. The salon, which she named after her and basketball star Iman Shumpert‘s 2-year-old daughter, will be called Junie Bee Nails.

Junie is the nickname Teyana and Shump gave their daughter Iman Tayla Shumpert, Jr.

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Casey Neistat Jeff Zucker

Now we know why CNN’s president Jeff Zucker is considering resigning to take a top job at ESPN.

10 years ago, Zucker, 52, famously warned television companies that they were in danger of “trading analog dollars for digital pennies” by turning to digital media.

He changed his mind in 2017 when his son Andrew, then 16, convinced him that social media star Casey Neistat (pictured left) was a modern day Pied Piper who would lead millions of youth to the floundering network.

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Jaybo JAY-Z

JAY-Z sees dollar signs in a cartoon character, “Jaybo”, that is a play on a racist name “Sambo”. The 48-year-old rap honcho wants to trademark the cartoon character Jaybo that was featured in his music video for the single “The Story of O.J.”

JAY-Z envisions his fans purchasing sweatshirts and hoodies featuring the cartoon character painted in blackface and droopy eyes.

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Ray J and Princess Love at CES 2018 in Las Vegas

Ray J and his pregnant wife Princess Love displayed his folding electric scooter at the CES 2018 Gadgets show in Las Vegas on Thursday. The 36-year-old Love & Hip-Hop star responded to a $30 million lawsuit filed by a former business partner who claims Ray J stole his idea for the Scoot-E-Bike.

According to gossip tabloid TMZ, a businessman named Jean Paul sued Ray J, whose real name is William Ray Norwood Jr.

Paul claims Ray J stole his idea for the bike and caused economic harm to his company through unfair competition.

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H&M ad

The mother of the handsome young lad featured in the controversial H&M ‘monkey’ advertisement has a word of advice for Americans who tend to overreact to every little controversy: Get over yourselves.

Terry Mango, the British woman whose son was featured in a H&M ad wearing a green hoodie with the words “COOLEST MONKEY IN THE JUNGLE”, took to social media to diminish the controversy.

[I’m] the [mom] and this is one of hundreds of outfits my son has modelled [sic]……. Stop crying wolf all the time, unnecessary issue here. Get over it,” she wrote.

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