Good news men (and you ladies who prefer gay men), reality TV star Milan Christopher, left, is back on the market.

Due to contractual obligations, Milan waited until after this week’s episode of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood to publicly break up with his boyfriend, gay rapper Brock Miles.

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2 days after rapper Li’l Wayne‘s sex tape hit the Internets, his name trended on Twitter for an entirely different reason.

Wayne tweeted “R.I.P.” to former NBA star Lamar Odom, who remains in critical condition after overdosing on a cocktail of drugs at a Las Vegas brothel on Tuesday.

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The cast is set for NBC’s ambitious live reproduction of the urban remake of the classic Wizard of Oz musical.

Yesterday, NBC released art for The Wiz featuring lead cast members Shanice Williams (Dorothy), David Alan Grier (the Cowardly Lion), Ne-Yo (the Tin Man) and Elijah Kelley (the Scarecrow).

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Lamar Odom

Former NBA star Lamar Odom, 35, was rushed to a hospital after he was found unresponsive at a Las Vegas brothel on Tuesday.

According to published reports, Odom, who lives part-time in Las Vegas, spent 3 days partying with hookers at the infamous Love Ranch South, a house of ill repute.

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Philadelphia police arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with the shooting death of trans hooker Kiesha Jenkins.

Jenkins, 22, was shot and killed On Oct. 6, after getting out of a car in a rough neighborhood early Sunday morning.

Police say Jenkins was immediately surrounded by a group of men who attempted to rob him.

A tip led police to Pedro Redding, who confessed to firing the 2 shots that killed Jenkins.

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Rap tycoon Tip “T.I.” Harris issued an apology on today after angering feminists everywhere by saying he wouldn’t vote for a woman president.

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A music producer is considering taking legal action against icon Janet Jackson who allegedly accused him of lying about working with her.

It all started when producer Seven Aurelius uploaded a 2005 unmastered Jackson track titled “S.E.X.L.I.N.E.S” to his SoundCloud account. He said the song was “an exclusive gift for Janet fans.”

But Jackson’s people weren’t so giving.

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