A novelist who claimed Melania Trump cheated on President Trump for years has been exposed as a fraud. Monica Byrne, who writes science fiction books, wrote a series of unconfirmed tweets on Tuesday, accusing the first lady of having an affair with Tiffany's head of security.

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Justin Timberlake Jesse Williams

Actor Jesse Williams struck a nerve during his Black Lives Matter acceptance speech for the 2016 Bet Humanitarian Award on Sunday.

Williams, who is mixed race, paused to take a swipe at White people for "appropriating" black culture.

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azealia banks skai jackson

azealia banks skai jackson

Twitter Troll Azealia Banks finally met her match in 14-year-old Disney star Skai Jackson. It all went down on Twitter.com Tuesday after 24-year-old Banks targeted the young actress for online abuse.

But the youngster was ready with both barrels loaded.

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Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King is up to his old tricks again. King deleted a tweet accusing a University of Delaware student of hanging "nooses" on the campus "the day after a #BlackLivesMatter rally."

The "nooses" turned out to be string from paper lanterns that were hung from the tree for an earlier event.

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Nicki Minaj

… and what they're saying is nothing nice. Lol.

Black Twitter holds no bars when it comes to commenting on celebrity flaws and mishaps. In response to a photo of rapper Nicki Minaj without her artificial butt padding, Twitter user Mikey pondered "Where the hell did Nicki's ass go?!"

Another Twitter user suggested Nicki has completed her journey crossing over to white audiences who aren't particularly fond of surgically enhanced buttocks.

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Erika Reidt

FOX Deportes (sports) reporter Erika Reidt was suspended indefinitely after she allegedly posted an intensive tweet about Eric Garner on her Twitter.com account on Tuesday. Garner is the NY man who was choked to death by a NYPD officer. A Staten Island grand jury refused to indict Daniel Pantaleo, 29, for using an illegal chokehold on Garner.

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Viola Davis

Screenwriter and producer Shonda Rhimes may have another hit on her hands with ABC's new legal drama How To get Away With Murder, which premiered last night.

How To Get Away With Murder stars Oscar nominee Viola Davis, 49, as a pop psychology law professor who compensates for her repressed sexual tension by intimidating her best law students.

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Marcus Jordan

Michael Jordan's son, Marcus Jordan, is blaming a hacker for accidentally tweeting a pic of his penis on Saturday. Marcus, who is rumored to be gay, tweeted a pic of his genitals at 10:41 p.m., according to Deadspin.com. The 22-year-old quickly deleted the tweet and followed up with another tweet that read "#mistake my bad."

"Anyway, what's poppin Twitter," Marcus tweeted early Sunday.

When his Twitter followers teased Marcus about his, shall we say, shortcomings he queened out.

"My homies hitting me up talking about some pic that was posted from my account.. I mean really? Y'all think I don't know how to work this?" he tweeted.

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Malik Yoba offensive tweet

This is why I don't place celebrities on pedestals. Many celebrities seek the limelight because they have narcissistic tendencies. But a lot of them have deep-seated issues with women stemming from unhealthy relationships with their mothers.

Men like Malik Yoba often quote scriptures on Twitter, as if they are role models of good character. But every now and then his male chauvinistic side is exposed on social media.

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Sidney Ackerman fake profile

"Catfish' or 'Catfished' are terms used to describe people who become emotionally attached to fake social media profiles. Oftentimes the person who runs the social media account is not who they claim to be.

People who get emotionally attached to fake online profile's -- or to online profiles in general -- usually have some form of emotional or personality defect that allows them to become victims so easily.

Luckily, that was not the case with four unnamed NFL players who were almost 'Catfished' by @RedRidnH00d, a woman (or man) on Twitter.com, who used pictures of an Internet adult entertainer, C.J. Miles, to seduce the athletes into establishing a rapport with her.

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Last night, up-and-coming singer K. Michelle went on a Twitter rant calling out celebrity blogger Necole bitchie for being a bitter wannabe recording artist who blackballs successful studio artists such as herself.

I thought K. Michelle's rants against NB were interesting considering that I've heard rumors about Necole (allegedly) accepting favors and perks from record labels to write favorable posts about lame singers, such as Trey Songz.

Remember I told you last year that NB enlisted the aid of industry exec Michael Kyser to groom her into a recording artist? Many of you scoffed at me for saying NB took up blogging to better position herself to get a record deal.

Well, here's what K. Michelle tweeted about that:

Lets be real @necolebitchie u are one big head hatin ass blogger. U see me fightin 4these girls but u continue 2block my material cuz u ride dicks. U have a real problem with me 4 no reason. Its not my fault u didnt get a record deal. #stupidbitch @necolebitchie I love my job but hollywood people like u R sad. All I wanna do is help women do better. U R a blogger not a artist. Remember Im not kissing yo ass for a post on ur blog. Fuck u take this and sit on it. Keep black ballin me,ima keep singing. Three things I know how 2do 1.sing 2.be honest 3.and fight 4what I believe in. Good night

If you recall, I also wrote a blurb about NB hastily packing her bags and moving to Miami 2 years ago after a breakup with a certain female singer:

Necole was reportedly despondent over her breakup with a not so well-known female singer who was spending a lot of time in Atlanta. So Necole was happy to move to Miami to put some distance between herself and the chick.

Now, I have no idea if the singer was K. Michelle or not. So please don't quote me on that.