Lyfe Jennings

Chester Jennings, aka Lyfe Jennings, provoked the #MeToo movement by recording his own version of R. Kelly's hit single "When A Woman's Fed Up". The song is sure to irk feminists since Lyfe appears to take R. Kelly's side in his ongoing sex cult drama.

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Quavo Huncho

Migos rapper Quavo Huncho is among the celebrities and football fans who turned their noses up at the "great American" meal of McDonald's hamburgers and fries that President Donald Trump served to the Clemson Tigers during their visit to the White House to celebrate winning the college football championship.

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Don Cheadle, Kathy Griffin

Kathy Griffin attacked Oscar-winning actor Don Cheadle on Twitter.com for turning on her during her 2017 "smear campaign". Griffin lashed out at Cheadle early Tuesday morning for not taking her side when she held up Donald Trump's bloody head in a since-deleted video.

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A porn company issued a stern warning that child pornography is still illegal after searches spiked for a certain R. Kelly tape involving a minor.

Searches for the so-called "pee tape" spiked after Lifetime Network aired the six-hour docu-series Surviving R. Kelly earlier this month.

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Rap artist A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is the latest rapper to experience low album sales after promoting his music on social media.

The Bronx rapper's current album HOODIE SZN is the country's No. 1 album, but his album sales hit rock bottom at a total of 823 physical copies sold.

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Future, R Kelly

Rapper Future said Lifetime Network boosted singer R. Kelly's clout by airing a six-part documentary that analyzed sexual abuse allegations against him. The six-hour series which aired over three nights featured multiple women sharing their experiences with the 52-year-old singer.

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