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Keyshia Cole has agreed not to seek child support or spousal support from Daniel Gibson in their divorce.

The former couple will share joint custody of 10-year-old Daniel Gibson and each will cover the costs of school tuition and other expenses for their son while he is with each of them.

In the court filing, obtained by The Blast, Cole and Gibson also agreed not to say anything bad about the other or their family members.

"The Court finds that both parties waives any right to current spousal support. No court shall have jurisdiction to order any spousal support for either party at any time," the settlement reads.

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The court also found that each parent was independently wealthy and neither required financial resources from the other.

"Any reconciliation between the Parties shall not cancel, terminate‚ modify or waive any provisions of this Judgment unless the Parties so agree in writing. However, nothing in this subsection shall be construed to waive either Party's rights in community property accrued after a reconciliation."

On March 21, 2014, during an interview, Cole confirmed that she and Gibson, 34, had split after 3 years of marriage. She filed for divorce in 2017.

On August 1, 2019, Cole, 38, welcomed her second child, a son, with singer/songwriter Niko Khale, 24.
 

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Pastor John Gray apologized to his long-suffering wife for stepping out on her again. Gray's attorneys claimed he was being extorted by a woman who said he asked her to send nudes.

In a video posted on YouTube, Gray humbled himself and apologized to his wife, Aventer, and his congregation at Relentless Church in South Carolina.

To his wife, Gray said he was sorry for the pain he caused her. "You don't deserve it. You are an amazing woman of God."

The pastor spoke directly to his church and "God's sheep" who looked to him as an example of leadership.

"I want to take this moment to tell you I'm sorry," he said. "I'm sorry for the areas of my life that I left unattended."

He continued, "For every area of behavior that has dishonored the Holiness of God, I want to tell you I'm sorry."
 

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Rihanna says she has forgiven ex-lover Chris Brown for beating the crap out of her in 2009. Rihanna insists she has gotten over the hurt and betrayal and she considers the hip-hop musician to be the love of her life.

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Brown, 31, was arrested in 2009 for beating Rihanna in his car as they left Clive Davis' Grammy party. This photo was taken at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards, hours before the near-fatal beating.

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Brown pled guilty to felony assault and had a restraining order placed on him, preventing him from seeing Rihanna.

The order was later lifted and the pair developed a "very, very close" non-abusive friendship.

Speaking about the relationship during a no-holds-barred interview on Oprah Winfrey's SuperSoul Conversations podcast, Rihanna explains: "We've been working on our friendship again. Now we're very very close friends. We've built up a trust again, and that's - we love each other and we probably always will. And that's not something we're ever going to change. That's not something you can shut off, if you've ever been in love."

She added: "I think he was the love of my life. He was the first love. And I see that he loved me the same way... it's not even about us being together. I truly love him. So the main thing for me is that he's at peace. I'm not at peace if he's a little unhappy, or he's still lonely."

When Oprah asked if Rihanna and Chris have rekindled their romance, she replied: "He's in a relationship of his own. I'm single but we have maintained a very close friendship ever since the restraining order has been dropped. We've just worked on it, little by little, and it has not been easy. It's not easy."

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Rihanna has had difficulty maintaining a stable, healthy relationship with men including Travis Scott, Drake, A$AP Rocky, Hassan Jameel, and others.

Rihanna said mending her relationship with her father, who was abusive to her mother, allowed her to forgive Chris.

"It took me a long time, I was angry for a long time," she admits. "I felt like this is not my fault, this is not me doing this, and still I have to worry - I was resentful, I had a grudge, I was angry, I was dark. It was coming out in my music, in my clothes, in my attitude and I didn't like that feeling, it was heavy."

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She continued: "I repaired my relationship with my dad. I was so angry with him, and I was just angry about a lot of things from my childhood and I couldn't separate him as a husband from him as a father. I felt like if he was a bad husband then he was a bad father. I witnessed a lot as a child. Yes he was (violent)... I remember just thinking one day, why can't I get to a place where I can let somebody in? Why can't I love? I wanted to know why. I would think, 'What is my idea of what is supposed to happen?' I wasn't having a relationship with my father anymore so I wasn't able to connect with a man past a certain point.

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"The minute I was able to realize that my father was probably one of the best fathers in the world. He taught me everything. And as awful as he was to my mom at times, it didn't compare to how great he was as a father. And I had to come to terms with that. And I was able to close that gap with him. And all kinds of emotions started happening after that. All kind of things started making sense."

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She concludes: "I thought I hated Chris and I realized it was love was tarnished. It looked like hate because it was ugly, angry, it was inflamed, it was tainted. And I realized that what it was is I had to forgive him because I cared about him still. And the minute I let go of that, I started living again."

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Irish-born rock legend Ian Mitchell has died at age 62, the Bay City Rollers confirmed in a social media post on Wednesday. He is pictured as a teen at the height of his fame in London, England in 1976.

The British musician's death was announced in a post on the band's official Facebook page, which read: "We are deeply saddened by the news of Ian Mitchell's death.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Wendy, their family and friends," they said, adding, "Rest In Peace, Ian."

The Bay City Rollers were considered the second coming of the Beatles in the 1970s. Their hit song "Saturday Night" was ignored for two years in Europe until the single hit No. 1 on the U.S. Hot 100 Billboard chart in 1976.

Bay City Roller-mania hit the United States like a tornado when the group arrive on U.S. shores in 1976. Medics and nurses were on duty at all venues because female fans fainted when the group toured the U.S. for the first time.

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Mitchell is pictured far right with bandmates (L-R back) Derek Longmuir and Leslie Mckeown, (L-R front) Eric Faulkner and Stuart "Woody" Wood in August 1976.

Ian, who unlike his bandmates hailed from Northern Ireland, was just 17 when he was recruited by the group to replace bassist Alan Longmuir. Ian spent just seven months with the band before leaving in late 1976 due to apparent infighting among its members. He was replaced by Pat McGlynn.

Ian went on to form the band Rosetta Stone before he quit in 1979. The group continued without him before parting ways in 1984.

In later years, he continued working on solo projects as well as joining in reunions for both the Bay City Rollers and Rosetta Stone.

No cause of death was disclosed.
 

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Waka Flocka Flame asked his Instagram followers to keep the same energy for gang bangers as they do protesting police who shoot petty criminals.

The 34-year-old Atlanta-based rapper posted a series of thought-provoking memes on his IG page that revealed his conservative ideologies.

In one meme Waka wrote: "How can we as a community beg the police to don't shoot but we killing each other still? We gotta ask ourself how bad do we want true freedom?"

According to the Washington Post's database on police shootings, 13 unarmed Black men were killed by police in 2019. While hundreds of Black men, women and children have died as a result of gun violence in the U.S. since 2019.

Waka suggested that Marxist organizations use anti-police protests to distract Black people from the very serious problems that plague our community.

In another meme Waka wrote: "I guarantee you if all the hoods in America seen eye to eye police a shit on they-self!!! [sic] Nobody can f-ck with us unified."

In a third post, he wrote: "[How] can we love our gangs more than our Forefathers and Ancestors??? And not understand the reason why they fought for freedom?"
 


 


 


 

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Sorry, ladies, Future Hendrix is off the market. The promiscuous "Life is Good" rapper and one of his baby mamas are apparently back together.

According to Rhymeswithsnitch, earlier this month, Future seemingly confirmed the rumors that he and Steve Harvey's stepdaughter, Lori Harvey, were history.

It looks like things are warming up between Future and his second favorite baby mama, Brittni Mealy.

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The couple never really broke up after she bore him a son, and Future went on to father a baseball team with other groupies. Brittni's bedroom door is always open to her ex. Here they are seen together partying in an Atlanta nightclub.

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According to Snitch, for the past few days Britti has been sharing video from her lavish birthday celebration that included a private dinner party in Atlanta followed by a chartered flight to a tropical island that looks suspiciously similar to the luxury trip Future hosted for Lori Harvey and her girlfriends last year.

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Future and Britti also tipped their hand after posting nearly identical quotes on social media.

You see ladies, good things come to those who wait and stack their coins.
 


 


 

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Adele sparked outrage and concern on social media when she posted a photo that shows her wearing a Jamaican flag bikini top and her hair braided in bantu knots.

The 32-year-old pop singer snapped the photo at London's Notting Hill Carnival, according to the photo caption.

Adele further enraged Americans when she left a comment that appeared to mock the Jamaican dialect during the Monica vs Brandy Verzuz battle on Monday night.

"Wah Gwaan! Yow gyal, yuh look good enuh," she wrote. The rough translation is: "What's going on! Wow girl, you look good you know."

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There are plenty of white Jamaicans on the island, but Adele is not one of them. It is considered offensive to native Jamaicans when non-Jamaicans attempt to speak Patois or Patwa and end up butchering the native language.

The reaction on Twitter was mixed as many defended the pop star, saying the message appeared to be Photoshopped.

While some claimed the singer was profiting off black culture, many pointed out the star grew up in Tottenham, London and has been surrounded by black culture all her life.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell, whose mother was born in Jamaica, commented on Adele's Instagram photo with two love heart emojis and two pictures of the Jamaican flag.

While British journalist Piers Morgan said the entire scandal was "absolute guff" on Monday's Good Morning Britain talk show.
 

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Usher Raymond and girlfriend Jennifer Goicoechea are expecting their first child together, Us Weekly reports exclusively.

The baby will be Raymond's third child and Goicoechea's first, Us Weekly can exclusively confirm.

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A source very close to the couple tells Us Weekly, "They are thrilled and very excited." The couple were spotted in L.A., outside a production studio, on Monday, August 31, with Goicoechea's baby bump on display.

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Goicoechea is Raymond's youngest girlfriend, as he usually prefers older women.

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The Grammy winner, 41, previously welcomed two sons — Usher Raymond V, 12, and Naviyd, 11 - with his then-wife, Tameka Foster, 49. After they divorced in 2009, the Texas native went on to wed record executive Grace Miguel, 51. They announced their separation in 2018 after Usher was sued by several people who claim he gave them the herpes virus.

Raymond and Goicoechea, 36, were first spotted together as a couple at the Hollywood Bowl in October 2019.

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Niecy Nash is off the market. The 50-year-old comedic actress tied the knot with her lover of 2 years, singer Jessica Betts over the weekend.

Niecy posted a wedding photo on Instagram. She captioned the image "Mrs. Carol Denise Betts ... @jessicabettsmusic #LoveWins."

Jessica reposted the image on her IG account, captioning the image, "I got a whole Wife."

The announcement left bloggers wondering who Jessica is and how Niecy managed to keep her a secret for 2 years.
 

Jessica did make an appearance on the TV drama Claws in 2018.

It turns out there were hints all along, but some of us missed them because we've never heard of Jessica until today.

Nash was previously married to Don Nash for 13 years. They share three children.

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She split from her second husband Jay Tucker after 8 years of marriage. Their bitter divorce was finalized in March.

The surprise announcement leaves Niecy's fans wondering if this is all staged since Jessica has an album coming out. But a source close to the photographer confirmed the wedding was real.

Calls to Niecy's manager for comment were not returned.
 

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Sunday night's MTV Music Video Awards was dedicated to Chadwick Boseman and the Black Lives Matter movement.

The awards show, hosted by singer/actress Keke Palmer, was filmed at several outdoor locations in New York City, without a live audience amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Lady Gaga walked away with the most trophies (5), while South Korean pop group BTS and Ariana Grande won four each. The Weeknd won video of the Year.

The following are the top 5 moments of the night.

1. Keke Palmer, first Black female host of the VMAs

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Keke Palmer won praise for her hosting duties as the first ever Black woman to host the VMAs. The 27-year-old Virgo dedicated the night to the late actor Chadwick Boseman and the Black Lives Matter Marxist organization.

Boseman, 43, died of colon cancer after a 4-year battle.

"Before we get to the music tonight, we need take the time to talk about the devastating loss of Chadwick Boseman, an actor whose talent and passion was a true inspiration to all the fans he touched and everyone he encountered. We dedicated tonight's show to a man whose spirit touched so many," Palmer said:

"He's a true hero, not just onscreen, but in everything he did. His impact lives forever."
 

 

"As rough as it's been, there have been incredible moments of inspiration that have given my generation hope," she said in her opening remarks. "We've seen heroes going above and beyond... And with the Black Lives Matter movement, we've seen our generation step up, take to the streets, and make sure our voices will be heard. Enough is enough!"

2. Lady Gaga Wins 5 Awards

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Lady Gaga made her first appearance on VMAs in 15 years. She took home the first MTV Tricon Award - honoring her work in music, acting and fashion.

3. Chloe x Halle's Performance of "Ungodly Hour"

Beyonce's proteges Chloe x Halle upstaged the other performers even though they were relegated to the VMA pre-show. Their stirring performance of "Ungodly Hour" still has social media buzzing.
 

 

4. Rapper DaBaby Protests Police Violence

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DaBaby's performance of his hit "Blind" included references to the ongoing BLM protests in America. The rapper performed while handcuffed in the back of a police car.

5. Taylor Swift Makes History

Pop star Taylor Swift made VMA history as the first solo female artist to win best directing for her music video "The Man." She was the second female ever to win the best director trophy, following director Melina Matsoukas who won for "Formation" by Beyonce in 2016.

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Chadwick Boseman has passed away following a 4-year battle with cancer, his team announced on social media.

Boseman, 43, died at his home surrounding by family, PEOPLE reports.

"It is with immeasurable grief that we confirm the passing of Chadwick Boseman," the Instagram post read. "Chadwick was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in 2016, and battled with it these last 4 years as it progressed to stage IV."

"A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all, and brought you many of the films you have come to love so much. From Marshall to Da 5 Bloods, August Wilson's Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and several more, all were filmed during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy."

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The actor was best known for his portrayal of a Black superhero in Marvel Studio's Black Panther (2018).

Boseman is also known for his portrayals of real-life historical figures such as Jackie Robinson in "42", James Brown in "Get on Up" and Thurgood Marshall in "Marshall."

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Boseman was last seen in public entering a hospital in Santa Monica, Calif. in July. He was accompanied by his fiancée, Taylor Simone.

He was hospitalized weeks after fans expressed concern over his skeletal appearance. His drastic weight loss was explained away as weight loss for a movie role.

In 2018, Boseman became emotional when discussing his visit with two young fans who died of cancer before Black Panther was released.

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"Throughout our filming, I was communicating with them, knowing they were both terminal. What they and their parents said to me was, they were trying to hold on 'til this movie comes," he said during an EW SiriusXM Town Hall.

"To a certain degree it's a humbling experience because you're like, this can't mean that much to them," he said. "But seeing how the world has taken this on, I realize they anticipated something great. Thinking back now to when I was a kid, waiting for Christmas to come, waiting for my birthday to come, waiting for a toy I was gonna get a chance to experience, or a video game, I did live life waiting for those moments. It put me back in the mind of being a kid and feeling those two boys' anticipation of this movie."

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Bella Thorne set a record with a $2 million payday on OnlyFans by promising nude photos in a pay-per-view post.

But OnlyFans p0rn stars say Bella "scammed" her fans and now the service has made policy changes that will affect their payouts.

P0rn stars aren't the only ones who are upset over Bella's PPV post. Her fans are demanding refunds because the "nude" photos they thought they were paying $200 for turned out to be lingerie photos already leaked on the Internet last week.
 

"Naked. NAKED?! Yes naked," reads a screenshot of a message from Thorne's OnlyFans account. The pay-per-view post cost $200, according to multiple Twitter users who shelled out the money only to see the 22-year-old wearing lingerie, not "naked" as the message promised.

The alleged bait and switch trended on Twitter, as hundreds of X-rated OnlyFans members demanded their money back after being duped by the actress.

The controversy caused a policy change overnight, according to the NY Post.

The policy change was tweeted out to OnlyFans members, announcing tips are now capped at $100, and one-time viewing fees for a PPV post can't exceed $50.

OnlyFans creators are worried, too, according to the NY Post. The wait to cash out is now 30 days instead of the usual 7 days.

OnlyFans posted an update Friday morning, announcing the policy change is only in effect for South American and Caribbean countries.

But American creators worry that the policy change will eventually affect them, too.

When reached for comment, reps for the London-based OnlyFans told The NY Post "transaction limits are set to help prevent overspending and to allow our users to continue to use the site safely. We value all of the feedback received since this change was implemented and we will continue to review these limits."

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Brad Pitt's new girlfriend, 27-year-old German model Nicole Poturalski first met the 56-year-old actor at her husband's restaurant in Berlin.

Brad was smitten with the leggy blonde the first time he laid eyes on her at Borchardt restaurant one hot night in August 2019. Brad was in town filming Inglorious Bastards on location.
 

Brad and Nicole hit it off right away - and then she introduced the handsome actor to her husband, Roland Mary, 68.

This might seem like an odd coupling -- a 56-year-old man with a 27-year-old married woman. But Europeans are much more permissive about open marriages.

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Roland is reportedly "philosophical" about his wife's romance with the 2-time Oscar winner who is reportedly in love with Nicole.

Brad and his ex Angelina Jolie divorced in April 2019. They share custody of their six children, Maddox, 19, Pax, 16, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 14, and 12-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

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The 45-year-old actress is pictured dining with her young brood at Nobu in Malibu on Thursday, Aug. 27.

Brad and Nicole couple were spotted on holiday at his luxury $66 million vacation house in the south of France this week. Paparazzi photos show the couple boarding a private jet.

They were spotted cozying up together in the VIP box during Kanye West's concert at the Hollywood Bowl in November 2019.
 

Nicole frequently hooks up with Brad while traveling to Los Angeles for work. But she remains married to Roland in Berlin, according to London's Dailymail.com.

Nicole recently started school in Berlin but was pictured earlier this month in Beverly Hills with her mother Nicole.

Roland declined to comment on the relationship when contacted by Mail Online.

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Tyrese Gibson says Beyonce and LeBron James must be protected "at all costs" because they're such powerful advocates for racial equality.

The 41-year-old singer/ actor just dropped his new single "Legendary" and its powerful accompanying video "8:46," which he says was inspired by the tragic death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers.

In an interview with the Associated Press, Tyrese paid tribute to the celebrities who are attacked on social media for sharing their personal views on the controversial topics.

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"Beyonce's 'Black is King' changed my life and changed me forever," he said. "We need to protect Beyonce at all costs. Whatever visions and ideas this powerful Black queen has bouncing around in her mind, we need to be willing to protect her at all costs. We need to protect LeBron James at all costs. He has decided to boldly and specifically step into carrying the torch of speaking up and speaking out."

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James, 35, has taken a lot of heat as the unofficial spokesman for the entire NBA. He called for a 2-day NBA boycott to protest in honor of Jacob Blake, the Black Wisconsin man who was shot 7 times in the back by a white police officer while trying to detain him on an outstanding warrant. Blake is paralyzed below the waist.

Tyrese also said he's "so proud" of NFL player Colin Kaepernick, who started the practice of bending a knee during the National Anthem as a protest against police brutality. "Long before it was ever cool to speak up and speak out, he took a knee on behalf of peaceful protest. He compromised his own survival to peacefully protest and speak up and speak out about something that’s on his heart."

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Social media was buzzing with fake news that singer Usher Raymond broke The Weeknd's nose in a brawl.

The Weeknd stepped out this week wearing stage makeup that simulated a busted nose and a split lip for VMA rehearsals in NYC. The three-time Grammy winner turned heads on his way to rehearse for the annual fan-voted awards show in a face full of bloody makeup and fake bruises.

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The 30-year-old Canadian singer/songwriter dismissed the fight rumors, saying he and Usher never had beef.

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"He's one of the reasons why I make music," the "Starboy" singer told Esquire magazine. "I have nothing bad to say about Usher. The sweetest, most down-to-earth guy ever," he added.

Rumors spread that the two singers had beef after The Weeknd compared his music to Usher's 2012 single "Climax" in a previous cover story with Variety.

"I hit him up to apologize and tell him that it was misconstrued," he told Esquire. "Of course media blows things out of proportion and takes things out of context. Usher is a King and always an inspiration so it was flattering to hear what him and Diplo did on climax."