The Game

Rap mogul The Game put his money where his mouth is and donated $500,000 out of his own pocket to provide bottles of water to the residents of Flint, Michigan during the man-made water crisis.

The Game, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, 36, said he donated the money because his younger sister and her children live there.

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Powerball ticket

Three winners from Florida, Tennessee and California will share the record-breaking $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot — the biggest jackpot in U.S. lottery history.

Lottery officials confirmed three tickets matched all six winning numbers — 08, 27, 34, 04, 19, and the Powerball, 10.

The $1.6 billion jackpot will be chopped down to $930 million if the winners choose the lump sum option. From there the three winners will each take home a check for $187 million after taxes.

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Marie Holmes and Lamarr McDow

The alleged drug dealer boyfriend of $188 million Powerball Lottery winner Marie Holmes defended her for paying $21 million to bail him out of jail.

Lamarr McDow spoke to London’s Daily Mail tabloid exclusively. He defended Holmes for standing by him after the single mother of four won $188 million in the North Carolina Powerball Lottery in 2014.

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Houston oil company gifts

All 1,381 employees of a Houston oil company will receive huge bonus checks in their Christmas stockings this year.

Each employee of Hilcorp Energy Company will receive $100,000 in Christmas bonus money for helping their company make FORTUNE’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list.

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Lil Wayne mansion

Rap mogul Li’l Wayne‘s Miami Beach mansion was back in the news after officers raided the waterfront mansion and seized his personal property on Tuesday.

A Miami-Dade judge ordered sheriff’s deputies to raid Wayne’s mansion and seize property to settle a $2 million debt.

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If you’re a Rush Card member who was affected by the recent computer glitch, you are in luck!

Russell Simmons, the multimedia tycoon who founded the predatory debit card in 2004, has created a fund to pay you back for your losses, the NY daily News reports.

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A technical malfunction has left thousands of Rush Card users without funds to pay their rent, bills and daily necessities.

Media mogul Russell Simmons has reached out to his enraged customers through social media posts. Simmons took to his Facebook page to say Rush Card employees are “working 24/7” to resolve the malfunction.

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Television magnate Oprah Winfrey recently purchased a 10% stake in Weight Watchers. According to USA Today she purchased 6.4 million shares in the company stock with an option to buy 3.5 million more shares.

Oprah saw an immediate return on her investment when the price of Weight Watchers stock spiked Monday on the news that she was a major share holder.

The surge in stock price earned the billionaire a whopping $70 million today!

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