Carol Maraj Nicki Minaj

Superstar rapper Nicki Minaj's mother, Carol Maraj, says prayer and her strong Christian faith are the keys to Queens, N.Y. born Onika Maraj's success.

In an interview with Christianpost.com. Carol said, "I believe by her acknowledging the power of prayer, and her strong desire to tithe together with a praying mother, contributed to her success."

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Michelle Williams Beyonce Solange Say Yes

When Beyonce and Solange Knowle's world was rocked by a viral video scandal, Destiny's Child member Michelle Williams galloped to the rescue by enlisting the sister's to join her on a spiritually uplifting gospel-tinged dance track titled "Say Yes".

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Teleka Patrick missing

Police are working to identify the body of a woman that was pulled from a lake in northern Indiana, NBC affiliate Woodtv.com reports.

A fisherman spotted the body floating on Lake Charles around 7:10 a.m. Sunday. He called police and reported "something suspicious" floating in the water.

The Indiana State police SCUBA team and Porter Fire and Rescue responded to the scene and pulled the body out of the water. The body was described as that of a female dressed in dark clothing, according to a press release.

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Teleka Patrick missing

There is a new twist in the mysterious disappearance of a Michigan doctor. Authorities now know who Dr. Teleka Patrick cooked omelets and pancakes for in a scene from a bizarre romantic video. Patrick was reportedly obsessed with gospel singer Marvin Sapp, Target 8 News reports.

Patrick, a resident doctor at the Borgess Hospital in downtown Kalamazoo, vanished shortly after an unsuccessful attempt to book a hotel room on Dec. 5.

Police, who do not suspect foul play, had hoped YouTube videos would hold the key to Patrick’s disappearance. In one video, Patrick talks and sings to someone she refers to as “baby” and “love.”

In a request for a restraining order, the Grammy-nominated gospel singer wrote that Patrick was stalking him.

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Gospel singer Kevin Terry

A video showing gospel singer Kevin Terry performing a graphic sex act on another man has taken the Internet by storm.

Kevin Terry of Kevin Terry and the Predestined took to his Facebook page to call his predilection for men "a mistake."

“There’s nothing wrong with making a mistake, what’s wrong is not taking the effort to make it right. Soooo get up and Make it RIGHT!!!!!!” Terry posted on Facebook earlier this week.

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