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Americans are feeling anxious and scared as over 93,800 cases of coronavirus are confirmed and 1,428 people have died in the US.

The fear and hysteria has led some families to make rash decisions. Comedienne Luenell Campbell is among Americans who are panic-stricken amid the media-driven hysteria.

The 61-year-old kicked her daughter, Da'Nelle Campbell, out of her home after Da'Nelle apparently laughed in her face.

In an emotional post on Instagram, Luenell shared that she banned her daughter from her home for making light of the coronavirus.

"I have to make the best decision for me and my husband who is Already suffering from COPD," she wrote in the caption of her message.

"I'm sure most of the millennials think we are dramatic and overreacting because they're not as 'woke' as they think they are ... Why am I sharing this publicly? Because maybe some of You might want to think of the activities of Your children outside of your house these days as well. The millennials are not listening and not taking proper precautions. This is our LIVES we are talking about people especially if you are in a certain age category. I’m bummed but it is what it is.
#fukthesekids."

The coronavirus causes no symptoms or mild flu-like symptoms in most healthy adults. Covid-19 causes severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in the elderly, those with chronic illness, and people who smoke.
 

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I meant to say it breaks my damn Heart?? not my damn Geart, thats just how emotional I was when making this decision but when you choose ur friends over your Family, I have to make the best decision for me and my husband who is Already suffering from COPD. I’m sure most of the millennials think we are dramatic and overreacting because they’re not as “woke” as they think they are ? Why am I sharing this publicly? Because maybe some of You might want to think of the activities of Your children outside of your house these days as well. The millennials are not listening and not taking proper precautions. This is our LIVES we are talking about people especially if you are in a certain age category. I’m bummed but it is what it is. #fukthesekids ?

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Kourtney Kardashian deleted her 10-year-old son Mason Disick's Instagram account after he debunked reports that his Auntie Kylie Jenner and her ex-boyfriend, Travis Scott, were back together.

Her official reason for deleting Mason's account is because she was worried about trolls making "mean" comments to the child.

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Mason, the eldest child of Kourtney and her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick, responded to an Instagram Live viewer who asked if his Aunt Kylie and her baby daddy Travis were back together. "No, Kylie and Travis are not back together," he confirmed.

Mason is too young to understand why Kylie and her sisters manipulate social media for relevancy.

Shortly after Mason's video went viral, Kourtney dropped the axe on Mason's brief career as an Instagram influencer.

In an Instagram Live with her website Poosh on Wednesday, Kourtney explained that she'd made the decision to delete Mason's account after Kylie threw a hissy fit because she knows how tough it can be to deal with horrid remarks from followers.

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"I did delete (Instagram) because Scott and I just felt like he isn't... he’s 10. I think there’s an age limit," she said. "The thing that really worries me with kids is just comments, people can be so mean."

But her followers pointed out that she knew people can be mean when she allowed her 10-year-old to create his Instagram account.

Many believe Kylie has been lying all along about the nature of her arranged relationship with the mumble rapper.

According to Instagram's official policies, the age limit for having an account on the social media site is 13.
 

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Sherri Shepherd has been in quarantine at home with her 14-year-old son Jeffrey Charles during the coronavirus outbreak. The single mother reached her breaking point when she learned his school will not reopen until May.

Sherri, 52, took to Instagram to vent her frustration over being at home all day with her developmentally delayed son.

"I'm sorry, I just, I just found out that the Los Angeles Unified School District is pushing school back to May 1st," she said tearfully.

"Jeffrey is going to be here for the rest of March, and he's going to be doing online schooling for all of April. He's going to be doing online schooling for all of May. We're gonna be together 24/7 until the 1st of May."

She turned to Jeffrey and said, "Jeffrey, you're gonna be here until the 1st of May with me...

When Jeffrey assured her that she'll be fine, she said, "Okay, I'll be fine? Are you sure?"

She added: "I gotta cook breakfast, lunch and dinner for you for the next two months."

Through her tears Sherri offered a public service announcement for her followers: "Wash your hands."

Sherri isn't the only working mom who is losing her religion after being stuck at home with her kid during the coronavirus lockdown.

Hospitals in California and New York are reporting a spike in child abuse cases that they believe is linked to stress from parents being forced to stay cooped up with their children.
 


 

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Halle Berry shared a rare peek into her personal life at home with her 2 children during the novel coronavirus outbreak in California.

The 53-year-old Oscar winner shared video footage of her son Maceo Martinez wearing a pair of her white high-heeled boots. In the video he is seen attempting to climb up the hardwood stairs while wearing his mother's boots.

Halle captioned the video: "#Quarantine Day 12."

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The video raised eyebrows amid concerned social media users who are still trying to process the news that Dwyane Wade's son, Zaya Wade, thinks he's a girl.

Child advocates shamed Halle for allowing the boy to play on the stairs in her boots. They say navigating stairs in high heels is risky even for women who have mastered the art of walking in heels.

Halle shares Maceo with French actor Olivier Martinez. The couple divorced in 2015.
 

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Supermom Angelina Jolie took 4 of her 6 kids out to see a movie in Los Angeles. The millionaire actress has a home theater, but she treated daughters Shiloh, 13, Zahara, 15, and 11-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne to a movie outing.
 

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Shiloh was seen hobbling on crutches turned backwards after undergoing hip surgery. Angelina revealed two of her daughters are recovering from recent surgeries. She told Time magazine she "spent the last two month in and out of surgeries with my eldest daughter, and days ago watched her younger sister go under the knife for a hip surgery."

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She said her daughters encouraged her to write about their surgeries. "They understand that going through medical challenges and fighting to survive and heal is something to be proud of."

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Angelina and her ex-husband Brad Pitt adopted Zahara from an orphanage in Ethiopia when she was six months old. Angelina initially believed Zahara was an AIDS orphan. But Zahara tested negative for HIV in the United States.

Angelina and Brad are also parents to 18-year-old son Maddox, who is studying abroad, and 16-year-old son Pax.

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Zaya Wade, 12, made his red carpet debut at a private event with Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union on March 07 in Los Angeles, California.

Wade, 35, posted an Instagram image of Zaya dressed in a multicolor tuxedo at the Better Brothers Los Angeles' 6th annual Truth Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Wade captioned the image:

"Everyone allow her to re-introduce herself her name is Zaya Wade! Last night was Zaya’s first red carpet and we couldn’t have been prouder of how she handled the questions that were asked of her. She has emerged as one of the young faces and voices for the LGBTQ+ community. #truthawards."

Wade's wife, actress Gabrielle Union, 47, posted a video of the family entering the event. Her followers were shocked at the child sashaying in an overly exaggerated sexual manner.

"You're serving fierce runway realness!" one homosexual male follower commented to the adolescent.
 

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Others praised the Wades for not allowing Zaya to wear stereotypical feminine attire. A Hollywood source claims Wade sought advice from NBA legend Magic Johnson, whose son EJ is a cross-dresser.

Magic, 60, reportedly told the Wades they made EJ wait until he was 18 to express his lifestyle by dressing in drag.
 


 

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Blac Chyna suggests that her ex Rob Kardashian may suffer from a social anxiety disorder. The former reality TV personality claims her baby daddy hasn't left the house in months.

The 31-year-old single mom is concerned about Kardashian's mental state amid their ongoing custody dispute over daughter Dream.

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In legal documents obtained by Us Weekly, Chyna questioned Kardashian's ability to care for their 3-year-old daughter, due to his inability to leave his home.

"Respondent tells me all of the time that he is depressed, and has on occasion mentioned that he felt like killing himself," she said, in an affidavit filed on February 18 in response to Kardashian’s request for primary custody of Dream.

"Respondent has trouble leaving the house," Chyna said. "All of the places he says Dream goes during his custodial time, Dream is going there with a nanny or family member because respondent is too afraid to leave the house."

Kardashian's request for primary custody was denied by a judge, probably due to Chyna's allegations that he is a fearful recluse.

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However, in an affidavit filed on February 24, Rob, 32, hit back at the allegations, saying "I deny that I have an issue with depression or leaving the house."

He said negative social media comments about his portly appearance had an impact on him emotionally.

"My family and I are public figures. There was a time when any paparazzi photo of me immediately led to very incessant negative remarks about my appearance. So yes, for a period of time, I did not want to subject myself to that; I am not sure why anyone would."

The feuding former lovers split for good in 2017 after a year of dating.

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Kim Kardashian-West has responded after the parents of 5-year-old rapper Zaza accused the reality star's daughter, North West, of sampling her song while performing at her father's show in Paris, France on Monday.

North, 6, hit headlines worldwide thanks to her surprise rap performance at her dad Kanye West's Yeezy fashion show, during Paris Fashion Week.

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North performed her own cover of ZaZa's viral hit "What I Do". And while she's only six-years-old, Zaza's parents felt that Kim should have stepped up and given credit to their daughter.

Following the show, ZaZa's parents responded on her Instagram page, writing:

"In July of 2019, ZaZa & her dad went into the studio for the ultimate experience! To finally begin making the music she wanted to make. We take PRIDE in creativity, and believe whether a child’s involved or an adult… creativity deserves RESPECT/homage! What @kimkardashian (Kanye west) are doing with their daughter… with the inspiration of ZaZa & our family in mind is okay… we not mad BUT… PLS SHOW LOVE AND SUPPORT TO THE ORIGINAL FIRST!!!"

They added: "We admire Kanye west, and adore his journey. However, we don’t wanna feel like our daughter’s journey in the world of entertainment is being STIFLED."

Kim responded in a comment on the Instagram post, writing:

"We love you, North is a huge fan and records in the studio all the time with her dad and is inspired by ZaZa and loves Lay Lay too! Today’s performance of North’s remix of ZaZa’s song was something she asked to do at the last minute and a complete surprise. I didn’t mean to not give credit where credit was due. Would love for the girls to meet soon."

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Kanye West's eldest daughter, North West, made her surprise rap debut at the rap producer/ designer's Paris Fashion Week runway show in France on Monday, March 2.

In the impromptu performance, the six-year-old rapped up a storm as models showed off the Yeezy Autumn/Winter 2020 collection.

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The youngster showed some of her dad's confidence and swagger, walking onto the stage to the sound of car horns.

"Look at my shoes, they're new and cool," she rapped. "See my school, I'm new, walk to the streets, yeah yeah yeah. Cool, cute, cool, yeah..."

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Her proud mom, Kim Kardashian-West, and her aunt, Kourtney Kardashian, showed their support, cheering the youngster on, before a proud Kanye joined his daughter onstage.

The Season Eight Yeezy show followed another big day for North's dad - he hosted his Sunday Service in Paris for the first time.

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Kim and Kanye share Nori's siblings Saint West, Chicago West and Psalm West. They welcomed Chicago and Psalm via gestational surrogacy.
 

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Pictures and video have surfaced of the male nanny hired by Dwyane Wade to watch his two young sons 24 hours-a-day.

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Wade had just divorced his first wife, Siohvaughn Funches, and received full custody of his young sons. But he was a star NBA player who was often on the road. He needed someone to watch his kids. So, rather than call their mother, he turned to a male nanny.

Wade, 38, recently made headlines when he announced his 12-year-old son, Zion Wade, calls himself "Zaya" and prefers feminine pronouns.

The Internet wondered if someone influenced young Zaya to lean towards an alternative lifestyle.

In one video uploaded to social media by activist Tariq Nasheed, the nanny is seen boating with young Zion, who seems to be every bit a wide-eyed, fun-loving boy.

The Internet believes someone touched Zion when he was very young. Child experts say young children are eager to please adults in their lives. Some children are very easily manipulated by trusting adults.

Was Dwyane Wade a little too trusting with a non-family male around his sons? Is that why all images of the male nanny were scrubbed from Wade's social media?

So many questions.
 


 

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Mike Tyson does not play about his children. The former heavyweight boxing champ debunked a rumor that he offered $10 million to any man he would marry his daughter, Mikey Tyson.

Tyson took offense to comedian Michael Blackson for offering to impregnate Mikey.

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"Where she at? I'll tear her a** up," Blackson wrote on social media. He added: "I'll then go shopping plus she's kinda cute."

He messaged Tyson privately, offering to marry his daughter and give him grandchildren.

"IF this is true, I think I'm finally ready to settle down. I known I've ben dipping n dabbing a few snow bunnies and Asian persuasion but I'm ready for your beautiful queen."

He continued:

"I'm ready to give u some grand kids that will have the complexion of Tyson Bedford [sic], knowledge of Cicely Tyson, talk like you Mike Tyson and hopefully not built like Tyson Fury. I really don't give a f**k about the money but I'll take it. Waiting to hear from you father in law sir."

Tyson was not impressed and allegedly threatened bodily harm if he ever catches Blackson offline. Blackson shared Tyson's private DMs on Instagram.

"Listen u black little bitch, this st ain't real and soon as I find the person that started that meme, imma knock hem [sic] the f*ck out so make sure it ain't you burnt roach looking bitch."

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The 53-year-old father of seven added: "My daughter is happily in a relationship with a nice looking man so she's not interested in an overcooked hotdog like you. Next time you do my podcast, imma knock the black off you. It might take a year because you black as f**k."

He concluded by telling Blackson to stay out of his DM "before I get your black a** deported you geico lizard looking b***h."

Mr. Blackson should heed Tyson's warning. Fathers don't take kindly to social media trolls using their daughters as click bait for likes and follows.
 

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Last November, reality TV couple Ray J and Princess Love called it quits. Eyebrows were raised when the R&B crooner blocked his then-pregnant wife on Instagram.

Ray J, 38, apparently blocked his wife after she accused him of abandoning her and their 1-year-old daughter Melody in Las Vegas after attending the Soul Train Awards.

"Left me and Melody stranded in Vegas and blocked me from calling," she wrote, "now you wanna post family photos #ByeUgly."

But the couple appeared to reunite shortly before she gave birth to their second child, a baby boy they named Epik.

According to TMZ, Ray J and Princess Love remain married, and they are committed to raising their children, but they just can't live together under the same roof.

Sources close to the couple tell TMZ, Princess stays at her luxury Beverly Hills condo while Ray J sleeps at a bachelor pad just a few miles away.

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According to the gossip tabloid, she keeps the kids but Ray comes by to visit daily, and he keeps their dogs at his house. "Ray J and Princess are getting along fine now ... doing family stuff together with no drama or arguing."

It's always better to go your separate ways if your negative energy causes a toxic environment for your children.

But Ray J must work even harder to be there every day for his kids -- if he doesn't want a Dwyane Wade/Zaya situation on his hands.
 

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Steven Spielberg's adopted daughter, Mikaela Spielberg, addressed online bullying after announcing she aspires to be a sex worker.

Mikaela took to Instagram to explain why she chose a line of work that would empower her and embarrass her famous father.

The mixed race beauty said she refuses to let petty comments about her looks and hair get her down.

Mikaela, whose Instagram account is now private, wrote, "Everyone seems to be fixated on a couple of things [right now].

1. Wy I'm not concerned with protecting the concept of virtue
2. If I'm considered attractive
3. Why if I apparently have so much money am I making these personal choices.

Well for the first time in my life I'll be able to pay my own bills and secure my own freedom. I woke up this morning and felt empowered for the first time in my life... I'm going to spend my day taking excellent care of myself. No one wakes up perfect and with makeup on and that's the tea... I'm here for the girls and the sex workers with big noses and 4c textured har."

 

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Hilary Duff called the cops on a photographer for taking pictures of her children. The overprotective mom lashed out at the photog for snapping photos of several children - including hers - playing a game of football.

The photographer assured Duff that he was simply practicing his sports photography.

The former Disney star shared a video of her interaction with the photographer alongside the caption: "Paparazzi shooting KIDS Go 'practice' your photography on ADULTS! Creep! Laws need to change! This is stalking minors! Disgusting!"

Cellphone footage shows the petite actress approaching the man and asking him to stop taking pictures of the kids, to which he replied it's legal to take photos in public places, according to Page Six.

When Duff told him he was making her and the children uncomfortable, he offered to show her his ID.

"I'm asking you human-to-human, as a mother, if you don't know anyone here, would you please stop taking pictures of our children playing football."

She added: "and let people know how creepy it is that this is what you choose to do on a Saturday morning."

Other actors supported Duff on social media. But some of her followers thought she overreacted to the situation when there was no apparent threat to her kids.

Duff is mom to 7-year-old son Luca and 1-year-old daughter Banks.

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Tip "T.I." Harris, his wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris and their daughter Heiress attended the 51st NAACP Image Awards at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Sunday. T.I.'s talent completion show Rhythm + Flow won the Award for Outstanding Reality Program.
 

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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel spend some quality family time with their son Silas as they have a late lunch at Bubby's restaurant in Downtown Manhattan. The power couple overcame Justin's recent dip in the lady pond.
 

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Christina Milian brought her newborn son Isaiah to the Pretty Little Thing store to attend a party. Christina showed off her post-baby body in a white t-shirt and jeans. The 38-year-old is also mom to daughter Violet by music producer The-Dream.
 

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Kourtney Kardashian watched anxiously as her son Reign Disick runs to the restroom for a quick potty stop after having brunch at Croft with two friends in West Hollywood.
 

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British comedienne Jennifer Saunders walked the blue carpet with her granddaughter at the UK premiere of 'Onward' at the Curzon Mayfair Theater. Saunders, 61, is best known for playing drunkard Edina Monsoon in the BBC comedy TV hit show "Absolutely Fabulous" alongside comedienne Joanna Lumley (1992).

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Serayah McNeill weighed in on the controversy surrounding retired NBA player Dwyane Wade and his gender confused child, Zaya Wade, 12.

In a social media video post, the Empire actress urged Wade not to make any "life-changing decisions" for his child.

"Let's not jump to a life-changing decision that will never be undone... That's serious! That's really, really serious," McNeill said.

"I'm accepting of my child being gay, that's OK, but there are so many other things around in society that is pressuring children and parents to be a certain type of way. Let's just take back the reigns, OK?"

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Speaking directly to Zaya, McNeill said:

"I think everything is a little bit too premature. I don't care if you're a boy or a girl. For me, there's things we need to be worried about at this time. What do you wanna do in life? Do you wanna be in any (sports) activities?

"It's OK! We're just not gonna go there right now. Let's wait 'til you get a little bit older, and this is exactly what you want to do and be for the rest of your life."

Studies show that 80% to 90% of all transgenders who were diagnosed as children outgrow their disorder as adults and revert back to their biological sex.

"Detransitioning" is a dirty word in the LGBT+ community. Thousands of "transgender" children who were prescribed hormones have stopped taking the chemicals due to the harsh side effects.

There are as many "detransitioning" videos on YouTube as there are transitioning videos.
 

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Rapper Lil Boosie Badazz was kicked out of an Atlanta area Planet Fitness gym for his comments about retired NBA player Dwyane Wade's gender confused child, Zaya Wade.

Boosie, whose real name is Torrence Hatch, expressed his opinion about Wade's 12-year-old son, who goes by Zaya Wade and prefers the feminine pronouns she/her.

"Dwyane Wade, you have gone too f****** far. That is male... a 12-year-old. They don't know what they next meal gon’ be," Boosie said in a video rant. "They don't have sh*t figured out yet. He might meet a woman, anything, at 16 and fall in love with her. But his d*ck gone - how he gon' - like, bruh, you going too far, dawg. Don't address him as a woman, he's 12, dawg."

In a follow-up video on Thursday, the 37-year-old rapper filmed himself leaving a Planet Fitness after being ejected from the gym on Atlanta's southside.

Boosie lashed out at the gym manager for putting him out.

"Do not go to Planet Fitness, they racist, they haters," he said. "They just put me out Planet Fitness for what I said about Dwyane Wade son. And they said I said in a video one of they employees was a f****t or some shit. Don't go to Planet Fitness... They got roaches in that bitch."

Boosie captioned the video, "MANAGER WHO WAS GAY REFUSED TO LET ME N PLANET FITNESS BECAUSE OF MY PAST ACTIONS ON SOCIAL MEDIA ABOUT GENDER ETC. DO NOT SUPPORT PLANET FITNESS 'Hwy 138 Jonesboro rd' THEy Racist ,THEY HAVE ROACHES , N THEY SHOWER WATER DONT GET HOT!! GET OUT YA FEELINGS LIL BITCH..."

A Planet Fitness spokesman issued the following statement to 11 Alive News:

"Planet Fitness does not tolerate harassment or discrimination of any kind. In this instance, a guest was asked to leave after refusing to comply with gym policies and harassing club staff. We are the home of the Judgement Free Zone and as such, we have policies in place to ensure that we maintain a non-intimidating, welcoming environment for all of our members where everyone feels accepted."

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Boosie's 16-year-old son (pictured) supported his father in an Instagram stories post, writing:

"F*ck Dwayne [sic] and his son, [I don't care if] he gay. My pops said what he said. Stop sending me that. I bet you won't say it to our face. I know this girl that will do sum thangs to DWade son that will make that boy back str8."

 


 

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Dwyane Wade says he dreaded telling his highly emotional wife Gabrielle Union about his break baby when his side piece, Aja Metoyer, told him she was knocked up with their son.

Xavier Zechariah Wade was born on Nov. 19, 2013. In his upcoming documentary on ESPN, Wade, 38, said telling Union about his love child was the hardest thing he has had to do.

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Wade, who is no stranger to sleeping with NBA groupies on the road, forgot to wear a condom when he had a brief sexual liaison with Metoyer, 36.

"I had a child with someone else and I had to tell her." Wade said in his documentary D. Wade: Life Unexpected. He struggled with his secret, knowing it would devastate Union, who is emotionally fragile.

"Hardest thing I've ever had to do is man up and tell Gabrielle Union that I've had a child with somebody else. I couldn't sleep. I wasn't eating. When you hold something in that you know is going to come out and you have this information and you know it's gonna f**k somebody's life up, that you care about, tat you love, if it don't hurt you, then you're not human. Me and Gab just went through something you never want to go through and we still came out of it."

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Wade recently revealed his son Zion Wade prefers to be called "Zaya" and use feminine pronouns - a consequence of Wade's long absences from home when Zion was a toddler.

Wade barely mentions Xavier in interviews or on social media. Despite that, the 6-year-old seems happy and well-adjusted.

His mom, Instagram model Aja Metoyer dotes on Xavier and his sisters Amara, 17, and Aniya, 15 - both by comedian Damon Wayans Jr.

Metoyer makes sure to keep a real man around her son at all times. In one Instagram video, the youngster runs out of the video frame while his sisters are dancing to a rap song.

We find out a few seconds later that he went to join the only man in the room. Even at age 6, Xavier knows that he is a boy who should not be dancing in videos with girly girls.
 

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Sandra Bullock is not ready for her kids to go off to college alone. She's planning to follow them to the college of their choice - as long as the school is on her list of approved locations.

The "Bird Box" star sat down for a chat with Interview magazine and fellow actress and pal Jennifer Aniston. According to WENN.com, Bullock opened up about her concerns that the world may not be as kind to her son Louis Bardo Bullock, 10, and seven-year-old daughter Laila Bullock.

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The proud Mummy is pictured with Laila, Louis and her current boyfriend, Bryan Randall.

"I look at everyone who is trying to raise kids, and I go, 'How are we supposed to raise children outside of a bubble? And, show them the difference between right and wrong, and what kindness looks like, when it's really hard to find it with all the noise on a screen?'" she said, before adding "Screens are everywhere."

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Sandra, who adopted Louis and Laila when they were infants, said she will follow them to any school on her pre-approved list of colleges to protect them from the harsh reality of life outside her bubble.

"I gave them the places where they can go to college because that's where Mummy feels comfortable living," the 55-year-old actress explained. "I said, 'You can go to these three colleges because I'm going to buy an apartment down the street.'"

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She added: By the time Louis and Laila are at the right ages, it'll be: I'll just drive you there every single day. We can even walk and make it a physical experience."

Aniston, 51, said Bullock should start "building a college at the bottom of the hill right now."
 

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Dwyane Wade's 12-year-old son Zaya, who was born Zion, shared an empowering message for other kids struggling with their gender identity.

Zaya, who is seen in a video uploaded to Instagram by stepmom actress Gabrielle Union, encourages other gender confused youth to be true to themselves and come out of the closet.

"Don't even worry about that, just be true to yourself," Zaya said, while riding in a golf cart with retired NBA star Dwyane.

"What's the point of being on this earth if you're just going to try to be someone you're not? It's like, you're not even living your true self, which is like, the dumbest concept to me. Be true and don't really care what the stereotypical way of being you is."

Gabrielle proudly tweeted alongside the video:

"Meet Zaya. She's compassionate, loving, whip smart and we are so proud of her. It's Ok to listen to, love & respect your children exactly as they are. Love and light good people."

Interestingly, Zaya avoids reinforcing the stereotypical feminine style of wearing dresses, wigs and makeup to imitate biological women.

Instead, the youngster wears a gender neutral golf shirt, black jacket and cap.

When Dwyane asks about the struggle to be authentic even when "people are being mean", Zaya added: "I know it can get tough, definitely. But I think you can push through, and you be the best you and especially more recently, it's become more accepting."

Zaya continued:

"But I think even through bad times, you just gotta push through. It's worth it. I feel like it's very worth it when you reach that point of like, yourself. You can look in the mirror and say hi to yourself, 'nice to meet you,' instead of, like, I don't even know who I am. It's like, full identity crisis."

Gabrielle was ridiculed on social media after Dwayne told Ellen Degeneres that his wife turned to the cast of cross-dressers and drag queens on the hit TV series POSE for advice on dealing with her gender confused stepson.

Gabrielle, 47, did not respond to the criticism.

She plans to sue Simon Cowell for smoking around her before she was let go from her gig as a judge on America's Got Talent.

California has a strict anti-smoking policy which bans employers from knowingly or intentionally permitting... the smoking of tobacco products in an enclosed place of employment.

Twitter responded to Gabrielle's threat as the last desperate act of a soon-to-be, if-not-already blacklisted actress.

"Good luck getting any work," one user tweeted. Another Twitter user wrote: "Wow, I use [sic] to like her, before she revealed this crazy side. I'd say she is single-handedly ruining her career."
 

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Rapper Future's 17-year-old son Jakobi Wilburn was arrested on gang and weapons charges. The teen gang banger faces 20 years in prison.

According to Rhymeswithsnitch.com, Jakobi was arrested last month in Georgia during a gang task force crackdown.

Jakobi was charged with criminal gang activity, criminal trespass and altering the ID of a firearm after he was caught carrying a gun with a scratched off serial number.

The teenager is listed as "indigent" on his arrest paperwork, despite being the eldest son of million-selling rapper Future Hendrix, real name Nayvadius Wilburn.

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Future has 7 or 8 other children by as many women, including Ciara Wilson's son Future Zahir Wilburn, 5.

Sadly, Future's busy schedule prevents him from spending meaningful time with all of his children.
 

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Cardi B says she is happy that her daughter Kulture met "rich friends" at Kylie Jenner's daughter's birthday party.

Kulture, 18 months, was one of the moneyed guests at the lavish bash held in honor of Stormi's second birthday.

While the "Money" rapper and her husband, Offset, attended the Super Bowl in Miami on Sunday, Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina and Kulture attended Stormi's birthday.

Cardi took to social media to share her daughter's experience spending time with the rich and famous.

"Kulture making some rich friends and eating all the food at #stormiworld," she said alongside videos of Kulture and Hennessy Carolina at the party.

"Im so happy my baby enjoyed herself!" Cardi continued, before adding a special message to the party girl: "Happy Birthday beautiful Stormi !Keep glowing and growing."
 


 

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Celebrities never miss a chance to hop on the hashtag trend. So when the hashtag "#girldad" began trending in honor of the late Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, every male celebrity posted social media images of their biological daughters and referred to themselves as "girl dads."

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Kobe referred to himself as a girl dad because he could only sire girls with his wife, Vanessa Bryant. As you know, since females lack a male Y chromosome, the father's chromosome always chooses the sex of the child.

As Instagram comedienne Jess Hilarious points out in an IG post, a "girl dad" is a father who has all girls. If a guy has one son, he is not a girl dad.

For instance, Barack Obama could only father girls with Michelle Obama. He is a girl dad.

It's sad that this has to be explained to some people on social media.
 

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Kobe Bryant's daughter Gianna Maria Onore Bryant, 13, died with him and seven others in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, CA on Sunday morning.

The chopper went down at 9:45 a.m. local time. There were no survivors.

Bryant was heading to his Mamba Academy in nearby Thousand Oaks, CA to coach his daughter Gianna's 8th grade basketball team in a tournament. One or more of Gianna's teammates was among the 9 killed in the crash.

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In addition to Gianna, Bryant, 41, and his wife Vanessa share three other daughters - Natalia, Bianca and toddler Capri.

Bryant's private twin engine Sikorsky S-76 helicopter had taken off from John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California. The conditions were "extremely foggy" at the time.

Eyewitnesses tell TMZ the helicopter's engine sputtered before it spiraled to the ground. The crash occurred on a hillside behind the home of reality TV personality Kourtney Kardashian.

Among the dead was John Altobelli, a baseball coach at Orange Coast College.

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Bryant is pictured in 2018 with wife Vanessa and their daughters Natalia, 2nd from right, and Gianna, right.

Vanessa was not on board. Ex-Laker Rick Fox confirmed he was not among those killed in the crash, as rumors suggested.

A memorial to the Lakers legend is forming outside the Staples Center where he spent his entire 20-year career playing for the Lakers.

Bryant's death came one day after his NBA all-time scoring record was passed by Lakers forward LeBron James (left). Bryant is now #4 on the all-time scoring list behind James.

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NBA legend Michael Jordan, 56, paid tribute to Bryant in a statement:

"I am in shock over the tragic news of Kobe and Gianna's passing. Words cannot describe the pain I am feeling. I loved Kobe. He was like a little brother to me. We used to talk often and I will miss those conversations very much. He was a fierce competitor, one of the greats of the game and a creative force. Kobe was also an amazing dad who loved his family deeply and took great pride in his daughter's love for the game of basketball. Yvette joins me in sending my deepest condolences to Vanessa, the Lakers organization and basketball around the world."

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LeBron James' son, LeBron "Bronny" James Jr., made headlines last week when a toddler threw a piece of candy at him during a high school basketball tournament in Massachusetts.

Bronny is a 15-year-old basketball player who attends Sierra Canyon, a private school in Los Angeles. There are reports that the toddler who threw the candy at Bronny was ejected from the gym.

Nearly 20 years ago, another toddler was the target of mean-spirited basketball fans who disliked his NBA All-star father.

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Before social media came into existence, adults relentlessly mocked Trey Jason Kidd, aka TJ, in chat rooms and on message boards.

TJ is the son of L.A. Lakers assistant coach Jason Kidd, 46, and his first wife, Joumana Kidd.

Adults made cruel comments about TJ while hiding behind the anonymity of the Internet. If anyone understands what Bronny James is going through now, it's TJ Kidd.

TJ, a 21-year-old college student, is a mature, well-adjusted young man who seems unaffected by the bullying that occurred when he was much younger than Bronny is now.
 

Heavy.com writer Brandon 'Scoop B' Robinson caught up with TJ before the Lakers took on the Nets at the Barclays Center on Jan. 23.

Robinson asked TJ to share his experience growing up as the son of an NBA star.
 

Brandon 'Scoop B' Robinson: What's your opinion on the kid throwing that object at Bronny?

TJ Kidd: Nobody should be throwing anything at anyone no matter the level of the game that's being played. I get that it was a little kid who threw something. I saw the video. I don't know the whole story and I don't know why the kid did it. But there's no place for it.
 

What's it like being an NBA player's son? Is there pressure?

TJ Kidd: Honestly it's very cool. You are afforded many great opportunities and you meet really amazing people. But there are misconceptions and downsides that come with it. There are haters. People that harass you on social media. There are people who have no clue with what pressure and expectations you have to deal with. But it's what builds your character. Dealing with adversity, pressure, sometimes anxiety. It helps make you better. At the end of the day, it's all noise. You learn how to deal with it at a young age and you learn how to be the best person you can be every single day. You don't always have that parent around, but you know they want the best for you. It's a whole lot of learning and teaching yourself things as you grow up. But you understand the circumstances of their work. You are beyond proud of your parent. You'll love and stick up for that parent until the end of the line because that's your parent and they represent you and your whole family. I consider myself extremely blessed to have my dad be my dad and my mom to be my mom. But, at the end of the day, it's about what you want to do. It's great to celebrate what that parent has accomplished. But, at the end of the day, you have to do you. It's not going to be easy, but the payout of your body of work to whatever it is you do, will be worthwhile.

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One of Antonio Brown's baby mamas has taken legal action against the unemployed NFL star for child custody and financial support.

Brown was slapped with a paternity lawsuit by Chelsie Kyriss. According to the documents obtained by The Blast, Kyriss filed the suit in a Florida court on January 15.

Kryiss, who is Caucasian, asked the court to confirm Brown is the legal father of their three sons. She also wants the court to determine a set amount for child support.

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The lawsuit comes just days after the troubled wide receiver threw Kyriss and their children out of his Hollywood, Florida home and live-streamed himself cursing at her in front of their children.

Brown has five children - four sons and a daughter.
 

Brown accused Kyriss of attempting to steal his Bentley automobile - a gift from Brown to Kyriss during happier times.

In a previous court case in December, Brown filed an eviction notice to legally evict Kyriss from his home.

In the suit, Brown said Kyriss was a "former girlfriend" who had been living at the home as his guest. He said he repeatedly asked her and his kids to leave, but she refused. "Defendants continue to remain in, occupy or otherwise possess the subject property without honest of Plaintiff," reads the document.

Brown gave Kyriss a deadline of December 18 to be gone and remove her personal belongings from the property, but she missed the deadline.

Brown was cut by the New England Patriots after one game amid sexual assault allegations against him.

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Cam Newton is demanding a DNA test from his ex-girlfriend, Kia Proctor, who gave birth to their youngest child after they separated six months ago.

According to Bossip.com, Newton, 30, sued Proctor, 31, for paternity, joint custody and visitation of their four children, Chosen 5, Sovereign-Dior, 3, Camida, 2, and Cashmere Saint, 3 months.

Newton also fathered a child with former Miss Azerbaijan La Reina Shaw, 33, while cohabiting with Proctor and their children.

According to court papers obtained by Bossip, Newton demanded a DNA test from Proctor for their youngest child, who was born in September, and has never lived with the Carolina Panthers quarterback.

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Newton acknowledged that he signed his children's birth certificates and he is voluntarily paying child support but he wants the court to determine a set dollar amount for child support and he wants to be legally confirmed as the father of the youngest child.

Proctor countersued Newton for full physical custody, child support, health benefits, life insurance and legal fees.

Proctor, a former stripper and Instagram model, says she hasn't held down a job in six years and she has no other sources of income.

She noted Newton's guaranteed salary of $60 million out of a $104 million contract, She said Newton also has endorsement deals that she wants a cut of.

Additionally, Newton owns multiple businesses in Georgia and elsewhere. Proctor said she is willing to negotiate a financial deal with Newton that will ensure she is set for life.

She asked the judge to force Newton to hand over $15,000 so she can hire a forensic analyst to scour Newton's financials to determine an appropriate amount for child support.

She also wants the court to enforce a settlement agreement they made before their youngest child was born in September.

She said she moved out of Newton's Atlanta home and moved with their children to her native Maryland.

Newton now lives with Shaw and their infant in Atlanta.

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Damon Dash has filed a lawsuit against WE tv for allegedly breaking a promise not to let his son Damon "Boogie" Dash drink alcohol on reality series Growing Up Hip Hop.

According to TMZ, the music mogul filed papers claiming the network required 28-year-old Boogie to drink in order to boost TV ratings.

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Dash argues that WE tv's actions went directly against a verbal agreement they allegedly made with the record executive not to give Boogie anything to drink.

In court papers, the 48-year-old Roc-A-Fella co-founder claimed WE tv caused his family "emotional distress" by encouraging Boogie to get drunk.

Additionally, Dash alleges that WE tv owes him money. According to the music mogul, a court order is in place directing the network to make payments directly to his creditors. Dash owes millions to creditors including his baby mamas and his company, Poppington.

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The lawsuit is the latest in a string of legal woes for Dash, who was accused of sexual battery by hip-hop photographer Monique Bunn, who filed a $50 million lawsuit against the mogul and his fiancée Raquel Horn in December.

Dash is pictured above with (L-R) son Boogie, daughter Ava Dash, and Horn.

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Blue Ivy Carter turned 8 years old today. The frenzy surrounding the firstborn daughter of Beyonce and Jay-Z began when Beyonce rubbed her belly bump onstage at the 2011 MTV Video Awards.

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After Blue Ivy's birth, photographers waited patiently for Beyonce or Jay-Z to bring the baby outside so they could snap photos of her feet or hands. Photos of any part of Blue Ivy's body sold for hundreds of dollars. Exclusive photos of Blue's face would command $100,000 or more.

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For the first 2 years of her life Blue Ivy was hidden under blankets and other inanimate objects. She was dubbed "the saddest little girl in NYC."

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When Beyonce and Jay-Z finally stopped hiding Blue Ivy, the public weighed in on her looks and her natural hair - which people hated with a passion.

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There are reports that the gossip about Blue's hair, or whether she was really a boy, hurt Beyonce and Jay-Z.

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In response to the gossip, Blue Ivy did not leave the house until Bey's glam team worked their magic on her. The results were nothing short of spectacular.

Blue Ivy has grown into a beautiful little girl. But even now her looks are still up for debate. Black Twitter dragged 2 rude journalists who thought it was funny to disparage a child's looks.

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Megan Thee Stallion celebrated the New Year at a pajama party thrown by power couple Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles-Carter.

A photo the rapper posted of Beyonce and her 7-year-old daughter sparked Black Twitter's first dragging of 2020.

The drama began when Vanity Fair writer K. Austin Collins, who is Black, cracked a joke about Blue Ivy's looks.
 

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Then Harper's Bazaar magazine writer Violet Lucca compared the child to socialite Kylie Jenner, who underwent extensive facial surgery as a teenager.
 

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Author and woman's rights activist Mikki Kendall took offense at the senseless attack on a child and went IN on both journalists.

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Lucca, who is white, offered a half-hearted apology, saying she was busy cleaning her apartment when Black Twitter came for her.

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Kendall responded by reminding Lucca that journalists should remain unbiased, and that what she wrote "was rooted in racist narratives about Black girls & their features..."

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Collins also apologized, calling his tweet a "bad joke."

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Question: What do you think? Should the journalists' comments be protected speech?