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Rapper DaBaby couldn't help himself when he spotted a curvy mannequin in a convenience store. The rapper dropped his pants and simulated sex acts with the mannequin until it broke in half.

The "Suge" rapper has been in the headlines for non-music related incidents lately. DaBaby, real name Jonathan Kirk, pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon and "self-defense" after a shootout in a Huntersville, NC Walmart. A 19-year-old man was killed in the shootout. Charges against the rapper were dropped in March 2019.

Earlier this month, DaBaby was arrested in Miami in connection with the robbery and assault of a music promoter. He was released from jail on $1,500 bond.
 

Boston police have arrested a man who is seen in a viral photo performing a lewd sex act with an unidentified woman on a subway platform.

Philip Urban, 50, was identified as the man in the appalling photo. Urban was arrested last night by the Special Crimes Unit, the Boston Globe reports.

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Fan slaps Beyonce's Butt

Like most hot to trot women, cocktail lounge singer Beyonce believes that the way she dresses has no bearing on how she is perceived by men.

Ask any real man if he prefers leering at scantily dressed women or fully dressed women, and if he is honest, he will say he ogles the women who are dressed like sluts. That doesn't mean sluts deserve to be raped, but it doesn't help that they make themselves look like an easy target for men with ulterior motives.

Beyonce learned that lesson the hard way during her Mrs. Carter Show world tour in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Monday night, when a male fan reached up and grabbed a handful of her sequined butt.

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Principal tells students to cover up

It's a sign of the times when parents don't bat an eye as their school age daughters leave home dressed like hookers.

Young girls are inspired to wear skimpy clothing by celebrity idols such as Beyonce and Rihanna. But one high school principal has had enough of the endless parade of stripper outfits in his high school hallways.

Minnetonka high school Principal David Adney told The Star Tribune: "This new trend doesn't seem right, it's troubling. Cover your butts up -- I'm just going to say it straight up. We're seeing too much."

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