Ray J settled a $30 million lawsuit filed against him by former his business partner, Jean Paul, over an alleged business deal to market and promote folding electric scooters.

The reality TV star and first-time father holds his infant daughter Melody Love at the 2nd birthday party for Stevie Rose Weintraub, daughter of talent manager David Weintraub.

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The Game

The Game, who is currently on a world tour, was seen leaving The Westbury Hotel in Dublin, Ireland, wearing an Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh x Champion's camo green cotton-blend hoodie ($735). The 38-year-old American rapper disappointed English fans when he failed to show up for a paid concert at Teesside University in Northern England.

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Swizz Beatz

Rap magnate Swizz Beatz lashed out at designer Balenciaga for apparently lifting his Ruff Ryder record label without permission and putting it on a shirt. A male model wore the shirt on the runway during the fashion house's Spring 2018 collection during Men's Fashion Week in Paris on Wednesday.

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Beyonce and JAY-Z now claim they had always planned to market Blue Ivy's name commercially

 

Beyonce's disgraced former business manager was ordered to give evidence in her legal fight to keep others from trademarking her eldest daughter Blue Ivy Carter's name.

Jonathan Schwartz fell out of favor with the Carters after he admitted to stealing $4.8 million from singer Alanis Morissette. He begins a six year prison term on July 11.

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Mike Tolbert

Being a world class professional football star didn't stop Mike Tolbert from getting shafted by a shady body shop owner.

Tolbert, 30, took to his Instagram page to complain bitterly about a Charlotte body shop owner who called the police after the Carolina Panthers fullback paid his $3,900 bill in coins.

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TI Harris

Rap mogul Clifford "T.I." Harris, Jr. was sued by former employees who claim he owes them back wages. The 12 employees named Harris and his business partner, Charles Hughes, co-owner of Scales 925 Restaurant in midtown Atlanta.

The former employees accuse Harris and Hughes of violating the Fair Labor Standards Act by refusing to pay them wages earned for time worked.

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