Marquise Jackson

50 Cent‘s Instagram followers knows that he obsesses over his 5-year-old son Sire Jackson, while alienating his dark-skinned son, Marquise, 20.

His IG followers make it a point to remind the 42-year-old rap mogul how much he despises his dark-skinned son while lavishing praise and attention on his favorite child, the light-skinned boy with the good hair.

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Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian tried to break the Internet again by releasing new photos showing her posing boudoir-style wearing nothing but gold glitter. Whether she succeeded depends on who you talk to. The Internet reaction to the photos were mixed from disgust to desire.

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Dylann Roof

With the Charleston Church Shooting dominating headlines, many in the news media are tossing around the words ‘sociopath’ and ‘psychopath’ as if they are interchangeable. But there are distinct differences between the two personalities that sets them apart from each other.

To make it simple, a sociopath is someone with a personality disorder (like narcissism) who is less likely to kill you. A psychopath is an individual with a serious mental defect who is more likely to kill you and everyone in your family.

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Beyonce and Sherri Shepherd

It is a widely held belief that Cajun singer Beyonce Knowles-Carter, 33, hired a surrogate to deliver her and rapper Jay Z‘s adorable daughter, Blue Ivy, 2.

Another surrogate mother was commissioned to carry a baby girl for former ‘The View’ host Sherri Shepherd, 47, and her now-estranged husband Lamar Sally. It can be argued that both narcissistic women hired surrogates for entirely selfish reasons. Beyonce because she wanted a carbon copy of herself, and Sherri because she wanted an infant to complete the perfect image of matrimony.

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Billboard Magazine Rips Beyonce

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery — except when Beyonce brazenly steals from others.

When Beyonce’s career is over in a couple of years, the untalented singer will only be remembered for ripping off the creative works of others. Billboard magazine, which usually writes puff pieces in servile deference to Beyonce, wrote a particularly scathing op-ed piece about Beyonce’s shameless thievery today.

“Any artist, including BeyoncĂ©, can wear whatever another artist wore, but that multiplicity gets suspicious and easily pegged as stealing,” Billboard writes.

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