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Issa Rae wanted something timeless and classy to commemorate her wedding to longtime boyfriend Louis Diame.

Issa and Louis tied the knot at a private ceremony in the South of France over the weekend.

Some women only get married once, so Issa wanted custom diamond bridal jewelry that will always remind her of that special occasion.

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So she reached out to Scotty, of Grillz by Scotty aka We Trap Grills, in Decatur, Georgia, to custom order a custom diamond and gold grill for her wedding day.

Scotty called in to Majic 107.5's Ryan Cameron Uncensored radio show on Tuesday to explain Issa's custom order.

He said Issa walked into his West Coast location to order the timeless wedding jewelry.

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Issa wanted platinum fangs with inset diamonds -- and only the best quality diamonds would suffice. Scotty said he had no idea who she was until after she placed her order and left.

It isn't every day that a bride orders a custom bridal grill.

Scotty said he made a backup piece just in case something went wrong or the first one didn't fit.

If you live in Georgia, you can visit Scotty at his Decatur store at 1900 Candler Rd, Decatur, GA 30032.

Question: What do you think of Issa's custom bridal grill?

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Naomi Osaka, who is ranked No. 2 in the world, was upset by world No. 14 Marketa Vondrousova at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on Tuesday.

Osaka was beaten in straight sets 6-1, 6-4 in her home nation of Japan. The Olympics was Osaka's first tournament since withdrawing from the French Open and Wimbledon earlier this year.

She was criticized for avoiding the news media over concerns for her own mental health.

Osaka, 23, made headlines when she declined to speak to the press at the French Open. She was fined $15,000 and pulled out of the French Open in June.

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Osaka ended her boycott by speaking to the media after she arrived at the Olympic Games. She also spoke to the media after her upset loss to Vondrousova.

"I feel like I should be used to (the pressure) by now. But at the same time, the scale of everything has been a bit hard because of the break that I took. I am glad I didn't lose in the first round at least."

When a Japanese journalist asked, "How do you feel?" Osaka fought back tears, then left Ariake Tennis Park, accompanied by her agent.

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Osaka is pictured at the 2021 ESPY Awards in NYC on July 10.

Osaka played down predictions that she would easily win her first Olympic gold medal.

"Well you know, definitely it would mean a lot for me to win gold here but I know it's a process," she said.

"You know, these are the best players in the world and I honestly haven't played in a while so I'm trying to keep it one match at a time. All in all, I'm just really happy to be here."

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Hotel heiress Paris Hilton is reportedly pregnant with her first child at age 40. The father is her current fiancé Carter Reum, according to multiple news reports.

In January, Paris announced she underwent expensive IVF treatments to become pregnant.

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"I'm really excited just to move on for the next step of my life and finally just have a real life, because I really do believe that having a family and having children is the meaning of life," she said at the time.

After watching her former friends start families of their own, Paris acknowledged her biological clock had run out of time. She decided to have a child to fulfill her life.

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"I haven't got to experience that yet, because I didn't feel like anybody deserved that love from me. And now I finally found the person who does," she said.

In February Paris got engaged to Reum, a 40-year-old author, entrepreneur, investor and co-founder of VEEV Spirits liquor.

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Like her former wardrobe stylist, Kim Kardashian, Paris skyrocketed to fame after her sex tape was released in 2003. Hilton is pictured in 2006 with her former stylist, Kim, when Paris was the bigger star.

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In 2003 Paris starred in The Simple Life with bestie Nicole Ritchie. The show was about two wealthy socialites slumming at low paying jobs for the first time in their lives. The show was canceled in 2005.

Paris signed with Donald Trump's modeling agency, T Management, at age 19.

She is the great-granddaughter of the late hotel baron, Conrad Hilton.

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Do you wish your skin glowed and glistened like socialite Lori Harvey's? You're in luck. Lori's new skincare line will be dropping soon.

"@sknbylh coming soon..." the 23-year-old captioned a photo of herself under an outdoor shower.

"Fresh Face Glow," she captioned another photo of herself wearing a powder blue pajama short set.

She shared that she used her boyfriend, actor Michael B. Jordan.

"I tested all my products first on myself, and then on my boyfriend. He has become my live test model. So now he is into his skincare routine as well."

Essence.com editors crowed about Lori's "beautiful, dewy, and flawless skin..."

"The skincare world is a great space for Harvey's business venture because she has beautiful, dewy, and flawless skin that she often displays on her social media.

There are not many details at this time but we do know from the video that a serum and eye cream will be added to the product line. We can predict that it will be head-to-toe products that will put our Selfcare Sundays on point."


 

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Team USA gymnastics fans dragged Simone Biles for quitting after an uncharacteristic stumble on the vault apparatus at the Tokyo Olympics.

Biles landed awkwardly on her vault during the women's team final at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on Tuesday. Her error resulted in a low score of 13.766 for the team, opening the door for Russia to win the gold.

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Shortly afterward, the embarrassed gymnast left the stadium with her trainer and a member of the medical team.

It was later announced that she'd withdrawn from the final because of a "mental issue."

Biles told reporters she pulled out of the Olympics to "focus on my wellbeing... And you know, there's more to life than just gymnastics."

She told the Today Show:

"It is very unfortunate that it has to happen at this stage because I definitely wanted this Olympics to go a little bit better but again, we'll take it one day at a time and we're going to see how the rest goes."

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Her departure drew comparisons to tennis star Naomi Osaka who withdrew from the French Open to focus on her mental health following criticism when she refused to speak to the news media.

Team USA fans complained that Biles spends more time taking Instagram photos with her boyfriend, NFL player Jonathan Owens, than she does practicing for the Olympics.

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Others say young athletes like Biles and Osaka are more interested in the instant gratification of social media than the delayed gratification of working hard to achieve greatness.

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One Twitter user wrote: "I knew it as soon as I seen her boyfriend I knew simone was going to. Be trouble."

Another user tweeted: "I'm telling y'all, man, Simone Biles is performing poorly because of having a boyfriend. Less concentration on her art, more concentration on getting some D when she gets home after training lmaooo."

And a third wrote: "blah blah, excuses, blah blah, weight of the world, this is not your first competition, this is not your first olympics, just say you got a shiny new boyfriend, thats all."

Biles, 24, and Owens, 26, have dated for a year. She previously dated fellow gymnast Stacey Ervin.
 

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Tameka Foster Raymond is set to publish her new memoir titled Here I Stand . . . in a Beautiful State.

The memoir covers Tameka's career, her marriage to pop singer Usher Raymond, her divorce, her son Kile Lyle's death in 2012, and dealing with Instagram stalkers.

According to Eurweb.com, Tameka decided to document her life story after speaking with three women on a beach in Bali.

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Tameka was surprised when they insisted there was no way she could be Usher's ex-wife because his wife had died.

That's when she resumed using ex-husband Usher's last name after going by her maiden name, Tameka Foster, for years following their divorce.

The title of the book is inspired by Usher's fifth studio album, Here I Stand (2008).

The album was followed up by Usher's 6th studio release, Raymond v. Raymond, which was recorded in 2009 amid their contentious divorce.

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Usher married Tameka, his former stylist, in 2007 after dating for two years. They share two sons, Usher "Cinco" Raymond V, 13, and Naviyd Ely Raymond, 12.

Usher filed for divorce in June 2009 in Atlanta.

Tameka said her book will clear up many misconceptions about her life after divorce.

She said the book's title is "a double-entendre. Here I stand after going through all the media crap, the divorce, the loss, the grief."

Here I Stand ... in a Beautiful State is available for pre-order beginning July 25, 2021, online at https://www.tamekaraymond.com. Hardback copies retail for $26.00 and paperback copies retail for $21.00.
 

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Former President Donald Trump's transgender joke about LeBron James drew outrage and criticism from LGBT+ groups.

Trump made the remark during a "Rally to Protect Our Elections" in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday.

He mused about signing male-to-female transgender players if he coached women's basketball.

Trump joked that the Los Angeles Lakers star could "get the operation" to change his sex in order to compete in women's basketball.

"If I were a coach, I wouldn't be talking to too many women as we know women," he said. "I'd be getting some of these people that [believe] they're 'women.'"

He continued:

"Somebody said that if LeBron James ever decided to get the operation, how would he be on the court? How would he be?

"LeBron James, you can have him. Did you see the [NBA] ratings that were terrible? They went up after his team was defeated."

James was a vocal anti-Trump critic while the former president was in office.

Trump called James "racist" and "divisive" after the NBA star tweeted a response to the police killing of Ohio teenager Ma'Khia Bryant in April.

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Rapper T.I. defended DaBaby's homophobic speech at the Rolling Out music festival in Miami, Florida on Sunday, July 25.

During his Sunday night set, DaBaby invited fans to put their "cellphone lighters up" if they don't have HIV or AIDS "or any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases, that'll make you die in two to three weeks".

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He also told males to hold their cellphones up if they didn't give fellatio to men in the parking lot.

Twitter users were quick to protest the rapper's comments, and LGBT+ advocacy groups called him out for stigmatizing people with HIV.

DaBaby attempted to apologize for his comments on Monday, but he failed miserably.

The rapper claimed his words weren't directed at his gay fans because they're not "nasty ghey n**gas" or "junkies" and they take care of themselves. He said his ghey fans don't have HIV or AIDS.
 

In an Instagram Live on Monday, T.I. insisted what DaBaby said was no more disturbing than videos by openly gay rapper Lil Nas X.

T.I. said he had "a lot of respect" for openly ghey artists, but he also felt Lil Nas X's new "Industry Baby" video went too far.

"That s**t ain't for me," he said. "I can't look at it."

"If you gonna have the Lil Nas X video and him living his truth, you gonna damn sure have people like DaBaby who gonna speak their truth."

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T.I., a father of seven, defended his pro-heterosexual stance.

"I respect gheys... If homosexuals have more rights than heterosexual people, just say that... Just let that be the law," he said.

He added he doesn't want his children watching Lil Nas X's video and he feels the same way about the raunchy "WAP" video by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion -- although he enjoyed watching the "WAP" video.

Meanwhile, the 40-year-old rapper and his wife, Tiny, 46, continue to deny allegations of sexual assault brought against them by multiple women, who have accused the couple of drugging and assaulting them.
 

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Another one of Kandi Burruss' restaurants has failed a health inspection. Luckily for Kandi, fans still dine at her establishments after her poor history of failed health inspections.

Last month The Real Housewives of Atlanta star and her husband Todd Tucker's Blaze Steak House on Cascade Road received a second failing score and was forced to shut down.

RhymeswithSnitch reports that Kandi and Todd's Old Lady Gang soul food restaurant has received a second failing score.

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The Old Lady Gang Southern Cuisine restaurant, located at 177 Peters Street in Alanta's warehouse district, received a 78 (Grade C) score from the Fulton County Health Inspector on August 24, 2017. The restaurant scored a subsequent 100 on reinspection in 2017.

According to the Georgia Dept. of Health website, Old Lady Gang Southern Eatery scored a dismal 75 after a third inspection on July 14 found several violations at the establishment.

The health official noted that the manager was not taking steps to "prevent foodborne illness by having repeated risk factors and good retail practice violations."

Atlanta restaurants that fail health inspections are given one chance to clean up their act before they are forced to close down permanently.

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Women who received the Pfizer mRNA vaccine are reporting an unexpected side effect that may boost mammogram appointments in America.

The women claim the Pfizer injections increased their breast size and they have dubbed the side effect the "Pfizer boob job."

According to Australian Department of Health, increased breast size and inflamed lymph nodes are a less common side effect of the vaccinations.

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Doctors in the U.S. have reported an increase in newly vaccinated women making mammogram appointments due to swollen breasts.

Dr. Laura Esserman, director of University of California San Francisco’s Breast Care Center, said women were confusing swollen lymph nodes after the vaccine for signs of cancer.

Dr. Esserman said "hundreds of thousands of women" will be affected by the rare side effect.

"I'm sure hundreds of thousands of women will be affected by this for sure," Dr. Esserman told ABC7 Chicago.