Monica Brown Code Red

Singer Monica Brown's new CD, Code Red, is estimated to sell 30K-35K units in 1st week sales.

At best, Code Red is expected to sell or stream 37,000 units in the 1st week.

This comes after Mo and her management put together a well-organized promotional campaign that saw the Atlanta songbird performing promo shows around the country to promote her album and appearing on talk shows.

Monica's estimated 1st week sales provide more evidence that social media follows and 'likes' are worthless and often do not translate to sales for artists.

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Khloe Kardashian

Socialite Khloe Kardashian went ballistic on rude Twitter trolls who dared to question if she was still dating NBA star James Harden.

If you think Khloe is stalking your timelines -- you're right. But she has a good reason for doing so: she aims to prove you're the hypocrites she thinks you are.

"I click on their pages and their bios say, "believer in God" "Put God first" etc. But how is judging and hating being a child of God?" she asked on Instagram.com.

That's a good question. She's right you know.

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Ayesha Curry

NBA star Steph Curry defended his wife, Ayesha Curry, for statements she made on social media.

Ayesha gained newfound respect among conservative women when she took to social media to defend her traditional style of dress, saying she covers herself up in public. Ayesha added that her goodies are for her man's eyes only.

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Christina Milian and Violet

Singer-turned-reality TV star Christina Milian responded to criticism about her 5-year-old daughter Violet Nash's excessive hair weave on Instagram.com.

Milian took Violet to meet her bestie Zendaya Coleman at the Inaugural World AIDS Day Benefit on Tuesday night.

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Magic Johnson Charlie Sheen

The most famous HIV positive athlete in the world reached out to the most famous HIV positive actor in the world.

NBA icon Earvin "Magic"Johnson, 56, showed his support for Charlie Sheen on Twitter.com after the 50-year-old actor announced his HIV status on the "Today" show on Tuesday.

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Steven Hildreth, Jr., of Tucson, Arizona, was pulled over by 2 white officers for driving with a broken headlight on Oct. 27.

In a Facebook post, Hilbreth said he was "wearing a hoodie and strapped."

After approaching his car, one of the officers asked Hildreth if he was armed. Hildreth replied that he was armed with a Glock handgun. He said his gun was holstered on his right hip and his conceal carry license was in his wallet in his right back pocket.

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