Teyana Taylor and fiance Iman Shumpert

Actress and singer Teyana Taylor‘s Lil Kim tribute stole the evening at the 2016 VH1 Hip Hop Honors’ All Hail the Queens tribute show at the Lincoln Center in NYC on Monday. Here she poses with her fiancé and life partner Iman Shumpert, star of the NBA champions Cleveland Cavaliers, on the red carpet. Taylor wears a black catsuit, sleeveless black fur jacket and a canary yellow wig.

If you missed the show (like I did), check out part of her performance below.

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Wendy Williams Lil Kim

Wendy Williams is not a fan of rapper Rich Homie Quan. The 26-year-old Atlanta native embarrassed himself when he forgot the lyrics to the Notorious BIG‘s hit song “Get Money” at the VH1 Hip Hop Honors.

Quan forgot the lyrics while performing the song with rap icon Lil’ Kim — who recorded the original track with Biggie in 1995.

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Minnesota Lynx

Off-duty Minneapolis cops walked off the job at a Minnesota Lynx WNBA game after four players wore Black Lives Matter warmup t-shirts on Saturday.

The Lynx players, Lindsay Whalen, Maya Moore, Rebekkah Brunson, and Seimone Augustus, held a press conference prior to the game to lend their support to the pro black activist movement.

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Steph Curry

Last week, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry, 28, surprised the youngsters at his basketball camp in Hawaii by knocking on dormitory doors and yelling, “I’m selling Girl Scout cookies!”

The team posted an adorable video of one boy opening the door and falling to the floor after seeing his idol.

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Kasim Reed Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter occupied the street in front of the governor’s mansion for hours in Atlanta’s wealthiest neighborhood on Monday night.

The crowd of mostly Caucasian suburbanites and black college students yelled and called for Governor Nathan Deal to meet with them outside the mansion’s gates. But according to reports, Deal was out of the country.

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Delrawn Small

A Brooklyn NYPD officer was stripped of his gun and badge and placed on modified duty after new video evidence shows he lied about a fatal road rage incident.

Delrawn Small, 37, was killed after he got out of his car and confronted Officer Wayne Isaacs during a road rage incident on July 4.

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