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The Game had time on his hands over the Valentine’s Day weekend. The 40-year-old rapper logged into Clubhouse and name dropped all the celebrities he's slept with over the years.

The Game, real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor, signed into Clubhouse on Saturday and named all the women who gave up their goodies to him.

Some of the names you already know (who hasn't slept with Kim Kardashian?). But other names on the list came as a surprise to many (Stacey Dash? LisaRaye?)

Not everyone was impressed with the parade of women lined up outside The Game's bedroom door.

Ernest Owens tweeted:

"The Game went on Clubhouse to reveal celebrities he's allegedly slept with. It should be noted that he's been hit with several sexual harassment & rape allegations over the years. So there's nothing amusing or intriguing that a man accused of rape multiple times is doing this."

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D'Angelo is the latest star to take part in the Verzuz livestream lip-sync series.

The R&B singer/songwriter announced he will take on his "friends" - rather than a single competitor - in the Verzuz battle on February 27 at The Apollo Theater in Harlem.

The 47-year-old Aquarius took to Instagram Live over the weekend to confirm his Verzuz appearance will precede a new album.

"D'Angelo KNEW we been patiently waiting for a new album and not only were getting that were also getting #VERZUZ I'm so grateful," one fan wrote on Twitter.

Another fan commented, "D’Angelo did an Instagram live confirming a new album and a Verzuz battle. I feel like this is a dream and I'm going to be p**sed when I wake up."

Music producers Timbaland and Swizz Beatz launchd their online lip-sync battles as a way to pass the time during the Covid-19 lockdowns last year.

The duo set up battles between stars including Snoop Dogg and DMX, Jill Scott and Erykah Badu, and Monica and Brandy.

D'Angelo toured briefly in 2015 after he released his last album Black Messiah in December 2014.

Social media influencer James Charles sparked a furious backlash on Instagram and YouTube after he shared a photo of himself pretending to be pregnant to support a friend, Laura Mellado, who is pregnant.

Charles, a female-identified makeup artist, titled his video "24 Hours Being PREGNANT!!"

He wrote in the caption: "I'm trying something I'll never get to experience, being pregnant! My best friend Laura is pregnant with her second baby so she challenged me to be pregnant for 24 hours to see if I was strong enough to go through what she does!"

His 24 ours of "pregnancy" included being hooked up to a device that simulates pregnancy contractions.

Many called his antics "insensitive" after he wore a fake belly prosthetic and appeared before a backdrop of flowers, similar to a photo shoot by Beyonce.

Charles added a disclaimer to his video: "This video is not being made in any way, shape, or form to make fun of, to make light of pregnancies and the sensitivities and the complications that come around it."

Charles, who has 52 million followers across 2 platforms, continued:

"It's obviously such a beautiful, beautiful thing that women go through with their bodies and it takes a whole lot of strength as well. I know firsthand from watching Laura do it twice now. This is just a lighthearted video to see if I can last for 24 hours experiencing some of the ‘challenges’ that are even possible for me to actually experience today."

One follower wrote: "I love you James. But be ready to expect backlash. This wasn't a good move. It's very insensitive & I'm generally not a sensitive person. Sorry bud. This ain't right."

Another wrote: "You have gone off the deep end."

And a third wrote: "This is a big NO very insensitive and any backlash you get you deserve."
 

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Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex, are expecting their second baby, the couple announced on Valentine's Day.

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Prince Harry, 36, and his 39-year-old wife announced the news on Valentine's Day, sharing a beautiful B&W photo of themselves, barefoot, in a garden setting.

Duchess Meghan shows off her baby bump as she lay on the grass with her head in her husband's lap.

The photo was taken remotely via iPad by their friend and longtime photographer, Misan Harriman.
 

The news comes just months after the mom-to-be opened up about her heartbreaking miscarriage in July 2020. In America, doctors caution women about falling pregnant after age 35. Meghan will turn 40 on August 4.

The new baby will be a brother or sister for the couple's son Archie, who turns 2 in May.

A spokesman for the pair released a statement: "We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child."

Harry's family has also released a statement via Buckingham Palace, which reads: "Her Majesty, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales and the entire family are delighted and wish them well."

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The new baby will be the first of British royal descent to be born in the U.S. after the Duke and Duchess walked away from their duties as senior royals last year to pursue careers in movies and television in America.

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After living rent-free in Tyler Perry's West Coast mansion, the former royals purchased their own home in California.

Prince Harry's baby news marked a special full circle moment for the Brit - his parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana announced they were expecting him on Valentine's Day, 1984.

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Lisa Bloom has been retained by a second woman who alleges she was drugged and sexually abused by rapper Tip "T.I." Harris and his wife, Xscape singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris.

Bloom, who is already representing one accuser, now says she was retained by a second accuser.

"We just signed our second accuser against TI and Tiny," she wrote on Twitter.com Friday.

"If you have information about this important case, please contact me.

Always free and confidential.

And we understand the fear."

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The women allege that T.I. plied them with pills, such as ecstasy or meth, and then passed them off to his homies for their sexual pleasure. The women also say they were recruited by Tameka.

T.I., 40, and Tiny, 45, have denied the "appalling allegations" made by dozens of women.

The couple threatened possible legal action against Sabrina Peterson, a former friend who accused the rapper of putting a gun to her head.

VH1 didn't hesitate to cancel the couple's reality TV series, T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle, last week.

"We are aware of the allegations, and while they are not connected to our show, we have reached out to T.I. and Tameka Harris, as well as local and state officials," an MTV Entertainment spokesperson said in a statement to Deadline.

"Given the serious nature of the allegations, we have decided to suspend production in order to gather more information."

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In every relationship one person loves the other partner more. That fact was evident when Russell Wilson and his wife, Ciara participated in GQ magazine's pre-Valentine’s Day "Modern Love" relationship issue.

The Seattle Seahawks quarterback and his pop singer-turned homemaker wife participated in "The Couples' Quiz" in which each partner asks the other questions about themselves that their partner should know.

"What's my biggest fear?" Russell asked Ciara, who responds, "Is it L-O-S-I-N...?" But before she could spell out the word "losing," Russell said, "Yes, losing you."

READ ALSO: 11 Signs That Your Partner Loves You More Than You Love Them

Russell's female fans swooned over his undying devotion to his wife. But the men on one forum had a different perspective on Russell's answer.

Some men referred to the effeminate quarterback as a "simp" who is more in love with his wife than she is with him.

"If i was his parent i would have a stern talking with him. Ol simpy mcsimp [sic]," wrote one commenter on the male-domination forum theColi.com.

"Yeah, that brother is starving," wrote another commenter.

Another commenter gave a more detailed analysis, noting that Russell "leveled up" to Ciara.

"Russell seems like a good guy, but she has his nose wide open," writes Crude Superstar.

"You can tell he didn't have anything near her caliber before he became this all pro football player and one of the most recognizable faces in the NFL.

What's funny about that is Ciara isn't anything special. She might have a dynamite personality, but chances are he just leveled up and she also realized that she isn't getting anything better than him either so she's on her absolute best behavior.

Going from a guy like Future to Russell must be like daylight and dark."

 

 

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Justin Timberlake apologized to Janet Jackson and Britney Spears, acknowledging he "failed" both women in the past.

Fans took to social media to slam Justin for using Britney and Janet to reach the top.

The "SexyBack" singer faced backlash following the recent premiere of Hulu documentary "Framing Britney Spears."

The documentary chronicled Britney's rise to pop superstardom, her spectacular 2008 meltdown, and her ongoing conservatorship battle with her father.

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The film briefly explored how Justin capitalized on his 2002 break-up with Britney by boasting about taking the pop superstar's virginity and suggesting she cheated on him with his hit song "Cry Me A River", which featured a Britney lookalike in the music video.

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Two years later, Justin hit headlines again for his role in Janet Jackson's Super Bowl Halftime Show debacle, as he ripped off part of her corset and exposed her breast.

Despite reports that Justin and Janet practiced the planned "wardrobe malfunction” in the days leading up to the halftime show, Timberlake distanced himself from Janet -- leaving her to take all the heat, which harmed her career.

Now, the father-of-two has claims he has seen the error of his ways and he spoke out about his white male privilege in a candid Instagram post on Friday.

In the post, he writes, "I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right.

"I understand that I fell short in these moments and in many others and benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism.

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"I specifically want to apologize to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson both individually, because I care for and respect these women and I know I failed."

"I also feel compelled to respond, in part, because everyone involved deserves better and most importantly, because this is a larger conversation that I wholeheartedly want to be part of and grow from...," he adds, before blaming the culture of the entertainment industry for enabling such behavior.

"The industry is flawed. It sets men, especially white men, up for success. It's designed this way," Timberlake continues.

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"As a man in a privileged position I have to be vocal about this. Because of my ignorance, I didn't recognize it for all that it was while it was happening in my own life but I do not want to ever benefit from others being pulled down again."

He concludes: "I have not been perfect in navigating all of this throughout my career. I know this apology is a first step and doesn't absolve the past. I want to take accountability for my own missteps in all of this as well as be part of a world that uplifts and supports.

"I care deeply about the wellbeing of the people I love and have loved. I can do better and I will do better."

Britney and Janet have yet to respond to the apology.
 

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Candace Owens urged young women to ignore "radical feminists" who preach independence from men and chasing a paycheck.

The 31-year-old conservative activist shared an updated photo of her newborn son on Twitter on Friday.

She captioned the image: "To all the young women that follow me- don't let these radical feminists convince you otherwise: being a mother and a wife is the best chapter.
Trash these modern feminist doctrines before it's too late."

Owens' followers were genuinely happy for her. But not everyone agreed with Owens' message.

One Twitter user wrote: "80% of Americans cannot afford this "best chapter" of life."

Another tweeted: "Radical? I don't know about that but feminists have never told anyone not to be a mother nor be a wife."

And a third wrote: "You are awfully bitter and hateful for someone insisting she’s experiencing the "best chapter. Parenthood changes most people for the better. I guess you're the exception to that rule.”

Owens and George Farmer were married in August 2019 at the Trump Winery in Charlottesville, Virginia.

After welcoming their first child in January, Owens tweeted:

"It's true what they say— the whole world stops when your child is born.

1/13/21 My first born son.

"Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from him"
-Psalm 127:3."

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Social media tried to cancel Morgan Wallen for using the n-word, but the attempt backfired when the country singer's fans rallied behind him and his music sales skyrocketed.

Now Wallen says he regrets using the racially offensive word -- and he wants his fans to stop using it also.

The 27-year-old Tennessee native was captured on video calling someone a "pu**y ass n*gger" outside his Nashville home on Tuesday, Feb. 2.

After the video went viral on TMZ, the "Cancel Culture" came for Wallen on social media, tagging radio stations to stop playing his music.

Following the public backlash, Wallen's record label dropped him and he was also dropped by his talent agency WME.
 

 

Radio corporations including iHeartMedia and Cumulus Media pulled his music from radio airwaves, according to Forbes.com.

Country Music Television (CMT) also issued a statement, saying the channel was working to remove the singer on its platforms.

But, in the midst of all the public shaming and cancelations, Wallen's music streaming sales soared to new heights.

Billboard says Wallen's catalog of albums and songs sales increased by 339% compared to sales on Feb. 2. And his album sales rose 593% compared to sales on Feb. 2.

Wallen shared a five-minute video on Instagram, in which he asked his fans to stop defending him.

"The video you saw was me on hour 72 of 72 of a bender, and that's not something I'm proud of either," he said. "Obviously the natural thing to do is to apologize..."

The country singer said he's been sober for 9 days.

"And lastly, I have one favor to ask: I appreciate those who still see something in me and have defended me. But for today, please don't. I was wrong. It's on me to take ownership for this and I fully accept any penalties I'm facing. The time of my return is solely upon me and the work I put in."

He ended his apology with a Bible verse from 1 Corinthians 13:11 - "When I was a child, I spoke like a child, thought like a child, reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I gave up childish ways.

"That's what I'm a be doing for the next little bit. God bless."

Wallen is best known for competing in the sixth season of The Voice in 2014.
 

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An aspiring rapper called into The Breakfast Club to accuse washed up rapper Safaree Samuels of scamming him out of $1,000 for a feature on a mixtape.

The Breakfast Club radio co-hosts were discussing reports that comedian Kevin Hart was defrauded out of $1.2 million by a former employee.

They opened the phone lines to the public, and one man called in to say he was scammed by Nicki Minaj's ex.

The man said the scammer was Safaree (and not an imposter) because he DM'd the aspiring producer's blue check (verified) Instagram account.

"This how he got me. He hit me up first actually on Instagram," the aspiring rapper explained.

"He was like, 'Yo, your track is hot.' He told me that he could do a little promo for me, throw my track on Spotify, on the playlist for me and all that for $1,000. So, I paid him, and weeks and months go by. So, I'm hitting him up. He said, 'Oh, I forgot you on this tape so I got you on the next project.' It was supposed to drop in November. So, after November, he completely stopped responding and he basically got me out of $1,000, so I just have to take my L."

Safaree, like other broke artists who were hard hit by the pandemic, created an OnlyFans account to make ends meet.

Safaree did not respond to a blogger's message for a comment on the allegations.
 

 

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