Future Ciara Harris

Uh oh, it looks like songbird Ciara Harris might have an airtight case against rap mogul Future Hendrix after all.

As you know Ciara filed a $15 million lawsuit against Future, 32, for willful slander and defamation of her character.

Future, whose government name is Nayvadius Wilburn, is reportedly angry that Ciara, 30, left him and moved on with Super Bowl champion Russell Wilson.

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Ciara and Russell Wilson

Songbird Ciara Harris has filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit agains her baby’s father, rap mogul Future Hendrix (not pictured).

According to gossip tabloid TMZ, Ciara, 30, wants Future, 32, to stop slandering and defaming her on social media and on blogs.

In court documents obtained by TMZ, Ciara is asking for $15 million for her pain and suffering.

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Jay Z

Rap mogul Jay Z refused to promote his fragrance, Gold Jay Z, so says a $18 million lawsuit filed against him.

Jay Z, whose real name is Shawn Carter, refused to make appearances to promote the Gold Jay Z toilet water after pocketing $2 million, says the licensing company that filed the lawsuit.

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Sheree Whitfield

In 2011, Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Sheree Whitfield began construction on her dream home, the fittingly named Chateau Sheree.

Whitfield can’t move her belongings into the 15,000 sq. ft. mansion off Mt. Paran Road in SW Atlanta because of construction delays due to structural problems, a water leak and money issues.

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T.I.'s jeweler sues him

Rap tycoon T.I.‘s jeweler is suing him for $700,000 for jewels he reportedly forgot to pay for.

The jeweler, Aydin & Co, of Atlanta, says they delivered an 18.5 karat white gold bracelet, a ring and yellow gold rosary to T.I. who paid down $20,000 toward the purchase in 2014. The jewels were Christmas gifts for his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Harris.

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Rev. Peter Miqueli

Most churches collect tithes to pay salaries, utility bills, maintenance and repairs, the pastor’s Bentley payments, etc. Churches require their flock to voluntarily drop one tenth of their annual income into the collection plate.

Skeptical parishioners can demand an accurate accounting of where their tithes go if they suspect improper record keeping. That’s how parishioners discovered Rev. Peter Miqueli stole over $1 million from the collection plate to finance his fantasy homosexual lifestyle.

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