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Rumor has it that rapper DaBaby is the third celebrity to have a nude tape leak online this week. DaBaby is best known for his single "Suge", off his debut studio album, Baby on Baby (2019). "Suge" peaked at no. 7 on the Billboard 100 chart. His 2nd album, Kirk debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

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DaBaby, real name Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Later, he moved with his single mom to Charlotte, NC. He was born under the star sign Capricorn.

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DaBaby, formerly known as Baby Jesus, is a diminutive man (5'-4"), but his chocolate skin and an air of confidence make him a hit with the ladies. He is the father of at least 2 children (that he knows of).

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Some of you ladies and gents owe your existence to this handsome R&B crooner. If not for Jaheim's music, you wouldn't be here. Jaheim's music gave life to a new generation of R&B fans who refuse to let the genre die or be replaced by mumble rap.

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Big Mike Clemmons

Today's Morning Wood is a ruggedly handsome businessman from Virginia named Michael "Big Mike" Clemmons. Mike is a recently single dad and owner of a JuiceBar on Laskin Road at Peninsula Town Center in Virginia Beach.

Big Mike is an inspiration to anyone who is struggled with obesity and yearns to adopt a healthy lifestyle and lose weight.

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Alee Chery

Today's Morning Wood is actor and model Alee Chery, 28. Alee was born in Miami, Florida, but raised in New York for most of his life. The middle child of three children, Alee grew up watching foreign movies and classics films with his stepfather.

His biological father is a well-known actor in Miami's Haitian community. He even appeared in an episode of Miami Vice.

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Abraham D Juste

ABC is desperate to boost ratings for Black-ish spinoff Grown-ish, starring Yara Shahidi as college freshman Zoey Johnson. The first 2 episodes received low ratings and negative reviews, mostly due to Yara's annoying narration and all around bad acting by her supporting cast.

A New York Times' TV critic says Grown-ish is "still finding its identity" -- that's the mark of death in TV critic lingo.

So ABC/Freeform is pinning their hopes on a new character: Cassius "Cash" Mooney, played by tall, dark and handsome newcomer Abraham D. Juste.

Abraham, who goes by the nickname da'Vinchi in real life, plays a star shooting guard on the basketball team at Zoey's mythical California University. He instantly catches Zoey's eye when he asks for directions to the library, and the two hit it off.

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