Anthony Weiner

Now we know what stay-at-home father Anthony Weiner does while his wife HUma Abedin is traveling the country with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Weiner continues to embarrass and humiliate his Muslim wife by sexting his family jewels to loose women on the Internet.

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Tameka Harris

Friend of the blog Tameka “Tiny” Harris cleared the air on rumors that she had tummy tuck surgery after the birth of her last child, Heiress Harris.

Some people are miserable and tend to be rude in comments sections. Tameka set those people straight in a language they understood.

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Rihanna and Rita Ora

Do you need more proof that Rita Ora is a bigger star than Rihanna? My paparazzi friend tells me that demand for Rihanna photos has “dried up”. He said no blog or publication is checking for the Barbadian singer any more. Rita wore. Rita wore a sexy French maid outfit. The naughty British chanteuse was on her way to tape an episode of America’s Next Top Model. The British chanteuse landed on this side of pond and took America by storm. And here’s the kicker: she did it without a hit record. Rihanna looked regular as she sipped an iced coffee while strolling the streets in New York City on Wednesday. The 28-year-old singer was barely recognizable in a pink hoodie and black sweatpants, both by Trapstar.

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Nate Parker

Besieged filmmaker Nate Parker will not attend a press conference at the Toronto Film Festival.

Parker, who wrote, directed and produced the slavery movie Birth of a Nation, has come under fire for using a 17-year-old rape case to portray himself as a victim — a black man accused of rape in America.

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Al Sharpton

Fox Searchlight Pictures executives desperately looked around for a black savior to rescue Nate Parker’s slavery movie Birth of a Nation.

“I guess the only Black leader that Fox Searchlight could afford is Al Sharpton,” wrote “What About Our Daughters” founder Gina McCauley.

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