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Melanie Brown, aka Mel B, has requested more child support from Eddie Murphy to help her through some financial troubles.

The Spice Girls singer, who is mom to the comedian and actor's 13-year-old daughter Angel Iris Murphy, has asked for Eddie's financial records to determine how much more child support she can request.

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"Eddie and Melanie have both established careers in the entertainment industry," her lawyers write in the court documents.

"Melanie is a singer, songwriter and television personality. Eddie is a legendary comedian and actor. Until recently, Melanie has been fortunate in her career to sustain a comfortable lifestyle for herself and Angel. Unfortunately, Melanie’s income has dramatically reduced, such that she must consider modifying child support for the first time."

Mel B's lawyer insist she made "numerous efforts to resolve the case without court intervention," adding, "Melanie was left with no choice but to file this."

According to court records, Murphy, 59, previously agreed to pay Mel $25,000 -a-month in child support, as well as cover Angel's health insurance and her educational costs.

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Angel (far right) is one of Eddie's nine kids, who range in age from 22 months to 31.

Mel B, 45, has two other daughters: Madison, 9 (2nd from left), and Phoenix Brown, 21 (left), and a stepdaughter Giselle Belafonte, 16 (2nd from right).

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By now you've heard that Tiffany Haddish convinced Common to take her back again.

By last count, this is the third time the spoken word rapper and the comedic actress have split up and reunited this year.

Speculation ran rampant that they broke up again after Common "unfollowed" Tiffany on Instagram.

But the couple appear to be a romantic item again after Common and Tiffany appeared in an Instagram live on Friday, Oct. 30.

When Tiffany and Common spoke about Commons' new project, Tiffany said, "I love it."

He responded, "Well, I love you."

"I love you too," she replied.

Tiffany and Common have been open about their emotional issues and psychological disorders. This is the second time they split up due to emotional conflicts.

The rapper broke up with CNN political analyst Angela Rye before dating Tiffany.
 


 

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Actress Nia Long turns 50 today (Oct. 30). The gorgeous actress rose to fame in the 1991 iconic film Boyz n the Hood. She is considered one of the most beautiful Black women in Hollywood.

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Nia's movie roles include Friday, Love Jones, Soul Food, The Best Man, Big Momma's House and Are We There Yet?.

The Brooklyn native was 2 years old when her parents divorced. She moved with her mother, Talita, to Iowa City, Iowa, to study fine arts. They moved to South Los Angeles when Nia was 7.

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Nia's earliest role was in the Disney television movie, The B.R.A.T. Patrol. Later she starred in the television series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Third Watch and Empire.

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Nia shares a son, Kez Sunday Udoka, with her longtime fiancé Ime Udoka. Her firstborn son, Massai Dorsey, 20, played her screen son in Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club (2014).

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Nia is pictured with her sons in 2012 and below in 2019. Take a trip down memory lane with Nia Long in the gallery!

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A woman was tasered on a Spirit Airlines plane during a brawl over face masks. Video footage recorded by another passenger shows a woman in a striped shirt throwing punches at passengers who complained about her not wearing a mask.

The woman, later identified as Nyasy Veronique Payne, was tasered by police who boarded the plane after it landed in San Juan, Puerto Rico from Newark, New Jersey on Sunday.

Payne, who wore a mask under her chin, was traveling with a female companion who is seen in the video attempting to break up the fight.

"Stop! Stop! Calm down! she is heard screaming in the video. Payne is seen climbing on seats and swimming wildly at a man in a white T-shirt.

The other passengers described the male-identified lesbian as "aggressive, hostile and defiant" during the flight.

Payne was arrested and booked into jail, where she is being held on $150,000 bail.

Fights over face masks have become a common occurrence on domestic and international commercial flights amid the coronavirus outbreak.

All U.S. based airlines require passengers to wear face masks over their noses and mouths throughout the duration of the flight.
 

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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris has discovered a breakthrough treatment in the race to find a cure for Covid-19.

Dr. Tip shared his advice for curing Covid-19 during an interview with Complex News' 360, hosted by Speedy Norman.

During a discussion about about Atlanta's "one hundred percent wide open" nightclub scene, the 40-year-old record label owner said he's taken 13 Covid-19 tests and the results were all normal.

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Explaining why he and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, attended his LIBRA album release party last week without masks on, Tip said: "I just refuse to live in fear."

The father-of-7 said he boosts his immune system to defend against Covid.

T.I. said his wife Tiny has antibodies to the virus. She caught the virus and "fought it off and did not give it to me."

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He added: "If I can be as close as I've been to my wife, she had it, developed antibodies and fought it off and I still didn't catch it, I think I'll be okay in a club."

As for his breakthrough Covid-19 treatment: T.I. said he drinks warm tea three times a day to keep the Covid away.

After doing his own research, he discovered that Covid starts in the throat before it travels to the lungs.

"If you catch it while it's still in the throat and you drink warm liquids, the warm liquid wash it down to the stomach where the stomach acids then kill it."

He believes people are dying from pre-existing conditions, "not necessarily from the virus."

FYI: While tea and warm liquid do nothing to cure a virus, T.I. and other anti-maskers prove that the coronavirus is not as deadly or as contagious as the "experts" claim.

Watch the interview below:
 

 

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Village People lead singer Victor Willis has asked U.S. President Donald Trump to stop playing "Y.M.C.A." and "Macho Man" at campaign rallies.

Videos of Trump dancing to the hits went viral online earlier this month.

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In an interview with BBC News, Willis (pictured far left) said the group objected to Trump using their disco classics - although he admits they can’t legally stop him since the campaign legally licensed the hit songs for use at his campaign rallies.

"I don't endorse Trump, I've never endorsed Trump, nor has the Village People," Willis said. "Donald Trump does what Donald Trump does. I've never seen him actually put his hands up and make the Y.M.C.A. He's changed it to M-A-G-A or something."

On Saturday Night Live last week, a Weekend Update segment focused on the subject of Trump - in a segment in which Keenan Thompson played Willis, singing a version of "Y.M.C.A." that demanded he stops playing the song.

Other musicians who have objected to Trump's use of their music include Elton John, Neil Young, and The Rolling Stones - with representatives of the estates of Tom Petty, and Prince also raising objections.

All of the artists who object to Trump playing their songs are Democrats or their allies.
 

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A tiny notice in a small-town newspaper about a meeting to enact a local mask mandate resulted in more than 100 angry citizens packed into the town hall Tuesday night.

On Monday, Waynesville, NC Mayor Gary Caldwell told The Mountaineer newspaper he supported a mask mandate and he would "more than likely" sign it into law after the City Council meeting on Tuesday.

"To keep the citizens here in Waynesville safe, this will be a good step," Caldwell told the paper on Monday. "It's gotten to the point where we gotta do this to try to get those numbers to come down."

But the mayor and five board members did not expect the angry backlash from more than 100 people piled into town hall screaming their heads off about their rights being violated.

When told they had to wear a mask to participate in the meeting, they refused, and chanted "take it outside" since the tiny town hall wasn't large enough.

Residents were tired of city government mandates telling them what to do. Many demanded the right to make their own medical decisions.

More police were called in to control the crowd. Those wishing to speak were asked to fill out a form and wait until their names were called.

According to The Mountaineer, the five City Council members entered through a back door and were ushered into a back room to wait until police reinforcements arrived.

Attempts to disperse the angry crowd were futile. The residents were told only 20 people could enter the board room at a time. The others would have to wait outside.

Eventually the doors to the board room were closed to drown out the loud cheers and clapping by those in the hall.

Attorney Bill Cannon finally called the meeting after 32 minutes, saying the allotted time for the hearing was up. The hearing was expected to last 90 minutes.

Many outside still waiting to speak were furious. Waynesville resident Janet Presson told The Mountaineer that board members were "unprepared" for the backlash to a mask mandate.

"I think they were dumbfounded and horrified," Presson said. "Mask mandates are a major issue that affect every single person. It is a hot-button issue. They should have done some better planning."
 

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Fashion model Karlie Kloss is expecting her first child with businessman Joshua Kushner, brother of one of President Donald Trump's top advisers Jared Kushner.

"Karlie is overjoyed to be expecting her first child in 2021," a source tells People magazine. "She will be the most amazing mother."

Karlie, 28, is best known as a former Victoria's Secret Angel. She began dating Joshua, the founder of Thrive Capital, in 2012. They tied the knot in October 2018 and had a second wedding in June 2019.

Karlie's besties include Kendall Jenner and Taylor Swift.

Joshua, 35, was previously named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 and Crain's 40 Under 40 lists. He graduated from Harvard University in 2008 and Harvard Business School in 2011.

He is the brother-in-law to Ivanka Trump through marriage to his brother Jared.

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Dr. Dre's estranged wife Nicole Threatt Young just put his three alleged mistresses on front street.

Court records obtained by DailyMail.com show Nicole's attorneys subpoenaed three women: singer Jillian Speer, model Kili Anderson and hip-hop artist Crystal Rogers to testify in Nicole's bid to overturn Dre's ironclad prenup.

All three women are fighting Nicole's efforts to force them to testify amid Dre and Nicole's bitter public divorce.

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Nicole wants them to sit for depositions conducted by her legal team who will attempt to extract Dre's secrets that he may have spilled during pillow talk.

According to the Mail, all three woman have hired lawyer Kris LeFan, who filed a motion to quash the subpoenas, saying none of the women have "information relevant to the enforceability of the pre-marital agreement."

Nicole claims Dre tore up the original prenup she signed before they married in 1996.

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But Dr. Dre, real name Andre Young, wants a judge to determine whether his prenup is valid and enforceable.

Dre's substantial wealth is estimated at $1 billion -- and Nicole believes she's entitled to half after 24 years of marriage.

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Another bold name rapper has come out in support of President Donald Trump for re-election. Lil Wayne shocked his fans by announcing he is voting for Trump in a tweet on Thursday, Oct. 29.

Weezy, whose Twitter handle is @LilTunechi, wrote: "Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he's done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done."

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Trump's platinum plan promises $500 billion in economic, education, and financial investments in Black communities over the next 5 years.

Wayne's endorsement gives Trump a big boost five days before Americans go to the polls to choose their nation's leader on Nov. 3.

The rapper shared a photo of himself meeting the President, giving him the thumbs up for his attempts to reform criminal justice in America.

Another influential rapper, Ice Cube has also worked on the platinum plan with members of Trump's team, but he made it clear he is not endorsing Trump for another four years in office.

Trump also has the support of fellow rappers Lil Pump and 50 Cent (despite what his ex Chelsea Handler has said).

Black Twitter users and former fans went ballistic, some calling Wayne "coon" in angry tweets.