Ludacris, Jeezy

Last night (Saturday) rap tycoon Young Jeezy, right, hosted an intimate private dinner for his 39th birthday at American Cut Steakhouse located inside the trendy Shops of Buckhead. Special invited guests included rap mogul Ludacris.

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Kasim Reed Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter occupied the street in front of the governor’s mansion for hours in Atlanta’s wealthiest neighborhood on Monday night.

The crowd of mostly Caucasian suburbanites and black college students yelled and called for Governor Nathan Deal to meet with them outside the mansion’s gates. But according to reports, Deal was out of the country.

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UNCF Mayor's Masked Ball

Celebrity blogger Tami of Talkingwithtami.com attended Mayor Kasim Reed‘s Mayor’s Masked Ball held at Atlanta Marriott Marquis inside The Atrium over the weekend. Notables in the house included former Atlanta mayors Andrew Young and Bill Campbell; actor/comedian Chris Tucker, singer Jennifer Holiday, comedian Jonathan Slocumb, actress Terri Vaughn, radio personality Egypt Sherrod (V-103); broadcast journalist Jaquitta Williams, local businessman Walter Jackson (RHOA), celebrity attorney Precious Anderson-Scott and her husband KK Scott, and more!

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Mayor Kasim Reed sues Lipstick Alley

I would love to see Lipstick Alley’s attorney bills. The gossip forum owners are constantly being sued for slander. It seems that Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is the latest victim of LSA’s resident gossipmongers, who are spilling his most personal intimate bedroom secrets.

Mr. Reed is not a married man — which means he can sleep around with whomever he wants to. But there is a line that even he will not allow others to cross.

Mr. Reed sent his legal goons after the website, which was initially shut down. But LSA found another host to quickly reinstate their Internet presence. Now Reed’s lawyers are going after that new host. The only problem is the law is on LSA’s side in regards to the forum users’ Constitutional rights to free speech — even if that speech is hateful gossip.

Mr. Reed should be applauded for being a black man with a healthy sexual appetite for women, rather than for other men. I mean, this is Atlanta.

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