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Rapper Offset, left, showed his support for fellow Migos group member Quavo Huncho, right, following the rapper's embarrassing elevator altercation with ex-girlfriend Saweetie.

Offset and Quavo are pictured in 2019 with group member Takeoff, center, who keeps a low public profile.

You know the story: TMZ obtained exclusive video that shows Quavo and Saweetie fighting over a Call of Duty video game case inside an elevator. The fight took place sometime last year at her apartment complex in Cali.

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After video of the fight leaked, Offset 'liked' an Instagram comment by rapper Trouble that read:

"@quavohuncho innocent! Ain gon say it noooo moi!... Afta sh swung on em dawg even used da same call of duty case to hold da door open for da lady to get up an walk out. Yall Brazy af man [sic]."

The video shows Quavo struggling with Saweetie over a video game case.

She swings at him and he spins her around and drags her into the elevator, where she fell.

After the elevator reached her floor, Quavo held the door open with the Call of Duty case so she could pick herself up off the floor and limp off the elevator.

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Fans took Saweetie's side in the drama. They say she rightfully dumped Quavo after she found out he cheated on her.

She's 27 years old and her biological clock is ticking. She needs a mature man to raise a family with, not a boy who fights over video games.
 

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Proud mom Vanessa Bryant is celebrating her daughter Natalia Bryant getting accepted into the University of Southern California (USC) on Tuesday.

The 18-year-old is seen jumping up and down in a video shared on her mom's Instagram page.

In the video, Natalia, wearing a USC top, shouts: "I got in!"

'Nessa captioned the clip:

"Tears of joy. I'm SO happy for you Nani! I know daddy is so PROUD OF YOU. I am so PROUD OF YOU!! Your hard work and dedication was so worth it. You pushed through the most excruciating pain imaginable and you succeeded. I wish Daddy and Gigi were physically here to celebrate but I know they’re here in spirit. We love you so much! #USC #Trojan #FightOn."

Natalia is one of NBA legend Kobe Bryant's four daughters. The former Lakers star and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, tragically died in a helicopter crash in January 2020.

Vanessa Bryant was left behind to raise their minor children, Bianka, 4, and 20-month-old Capri, by herself.

She said Kobe and Gianna inspire her to keep going every day.

"I guess the best way to describe it is that Kobe and Gigi motivate me to keep going," she said previously. "They inspire me to try harder and be better every day. Their love is unconditional and they motivate me in so many different ways."
 

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TV personality Michael Strahan has closed the distinctive gap in his teeth by getting veneers fitted.

The "Good Morning America" host admitted his fans and family advised him not to alter the distinctive feature. But he dismissed their advice and had a temporary dental veneer fitted.

Speaking in a video documenting the process, he said: "I go home they say, don't do it, if I post something, it'll be like don't do it, if I talk to my friends, they say, don't do it, my business partner, he'll say don't do it. But I gotta do what I wanna do for myself."

Later in the video, the former NFL player showed off his new smile.

"I love it! Holy f**k!" he exclaimed.

He captioned the video: "I did it. @smiledesignmanhattan #GoodbyeGap."

Michael Strahan wants to be a role model for young people with gaps in their teeth. He recalled an experience early in his NFL career, when he contemplated closing his gap.

"I was at the dentist having him do mock-ups. I thought about it, man... I was in my twenties. I was playing with the Giants. There's so much pressure to be perfect. You can fix anything now. For me, I made the conscious effort to say, 'This is who I am.' I'm not perfect. I don't want to be perfect. At this point, I don't think my kids would recognize me without it."
 


 

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Comedian and TV personality Steve Harvey was a guest on BET TV's "Sip 'n Smoke with Cam Newton."

Newton introduced Harvey as "The man, the myth, the legend himself."

Among the topics of discussion were the keys to success, relevancy, marriage and fatherhood advice.

"The thing I've learned about fatherhood," said Harvey, "ain't no manual, ain't no blueprint for raising yo' kids, and you have to allow them -- because they are going to -- so it's not you allowing them. They are going to make mistakes -- and you have to allot for those mistakes. Because, no matter what you teach them as a parent, they one day are going to make a mistakes that's completely adverse to everything you've ever taught them."

Harvey said his sons are different because he raised them to be head of a household, a husband and a father. "It's going to require toughness so I make them struggle a little bit more."

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Harvey said his daughters are different. "I'm protective of them. If you attack my daughters or my wife, I'm coming for you."

He added: "Cats out here be running they mouth... You don't understand: I will die for them."

Both Cam Newton and Steve Harvey are raising (or raised) stepchildren. The superstar quarterback asked Harvey how he handled a stepchild who challenges him and says, "You ain't my daddy."

"When I married Marjorie, Marjorie had three children," said Harvey. "One time one of them said to me, 'you ain't my daddy.' And my question was, 'Ok, but where he at though?' 'Cause I get tight too. Don't step to me disrespectful. Because I'm doing the job [sic]."

Harvey went on to praise men who step up and take on another man's responsibility ("That's a different kind of man.").

Watch the interview below.
 

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Rapper Jeezy and TV personality Jeannie Mai will soon be husband and wife. The power couple picked up their marriage license one year after they announced their engagement, according to TMZ.

According to the Fulton County clerk's office in Atlanta, Jeezy and Jeannie Mai applied for their marriage license on Monday, March 29. The couple now has a 6-month window before they have to file again for another license.

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This will be Jeannie's second marriage.

The 42-year-old Capricorn was married to her high school sweetheart Freddy Harteis from 2007 until 2017. The couple divorced after she discussed their childless marriage on the Fox TV-owned talk show "The Real."

Jeanie previously discussed having two wedding ceremonies to honor both of their cultures.

Jeezy explained why he proposed to Jeannie in an interview on the Fat Joe Show.

"When you get the one, you can't even play with it," he said. "When you locked in mentally, that's the battle right there. You want to build, you want to grow."

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The 43-year-old Grammy-nominated rapper is a little gun shy about marriage. He was engaged previously to an African woman named Mahi, whose daughter he treated as his own. He also has two grown sons, Jadarius and Shyheim.

The couple started dating in 2018 and announced their engagement following a whirlwind courtship.

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For many couples who wait 3 or 4 years to tie the knot, the Dopamine has already faded and the bare bones of their relationship are exposed.

What happens next depends on how equally yoked they are.

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Saweetie and her ex Quavo had serious issues before she drop kicked him to the curb for allegedly cheating on her.

TMZ obtained surveillance footage from BACKGRID.com of the couple fighting over a Call of Duty case in an elevator.

The fight which went down at Saweetie's apartment complex in North Hollywood in 2020.

The video shows them struggling over an orange Call of Duty case. She swings on him and they both crash to the elevator floor before he gets up and leaves her sitting there -- apparently injured and in agony.

Quavo glanced down at her several times, then glanced up at the camera as they ride the elevator. At no time did he assist her to her feet.

Eventually, as the elevator door opens, a guy who apparently heard the fight decides not to get on with them -- and the door shuts.

When the elevator reached her floor, Quavo got off with the case -- and Saweetie picked herself up off the floor and limps off.

TMZ spoke with sources on both sides who say the minor altercation occurred in 2020 at an apartment building where Saweetie was renting.

Saweetie and Quavo parted ways earlier this year after she accused him of cheating -- which he denied. There were also rumors he repossessed her Bentley -- which he also denied.

When will women stop dating men who were raised by bitter women?

The first question a woman should ask a man when they meet is "How's your father?"

If he says he doesn't have one -- keep it moving!

Go here to watch the video.

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Donnie McClurkin and Hezekiah Walker will be featured on episodes of Uncensored & Unsung this Easter Sunday on TV One.

TV One'S Critically-acclaimed documentary-series Unsung continues with the spotlight on Gospel greats Hezekiah Walker and Dannie McClurkin this Easter Sunday, April 4 at 9 P.M. ET/8C.

Unsung is immediately followed by Uncensored with Donnie McClurkin at 10 p.m. ET/9C.

Upcoming episodes of Unsung features Keith Washington, Mystikal, Syleena Johnson, Bobby V, Lyfe Jennings and The Jones Girls.

New Episodes of Uncensored features KEM, Remy Ma, Marsha Ambrosius, Lisa Leslie and Jaleel White.

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UNSUNG: Hezekiah Walker

Hezekiah Walker is a singer and pastor whose ministry has pushed the boundaries of traditional church and worship. Bishop Walker gets candid about the ups and downs of a trailblazing career and his personal journey that inspired his greatest hits.

UNCENSORED: Donnie McClurkin

The hit autobiographical series UNCENSORED explores the lives of your favorite personalities as they provide first-hand accounts of their success and the obstacles they faced throughout their careers. This week's episode hits a high note with Gospel music trailblazer Donnie McClurkin.

Each episode will be published on TVOne.TV and TV One's social media platforms. Syleena will react to clips, share anecdotes, and provide cocktail recipes for viewers to unwind to as they watch both Unsung and Uncensored. She'll end each episode reminding viewers of their chance to win a $250 Amazon gift card.

For more information on Uncensored and Unsung, visit TV One's Youtube Channel and check out exclusive, behind-the-scenes content on www.tvone.tv. Viewers can also join the conversation by connecting via social media on TV One's Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (@tvonetv).

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Sharon Osbourne was paid up to $10 million to walk away from CBS talk show "The Talk" after her on-set blow up with a co-star.

The 68-year-old Brit clashed with her American co-host Sheryl Underwood during the March 10 episode, when she defended her friend Piers Morgan against allegations of racism following his comments about Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex.

This prompted the network to pause production of the show while they launched an investigation.

The show has been off air for almost two weeks due to the controversy. Last week, CBS announced that Sharon Osbourne would not return to the show as her actions "did not align with our values for a respectful workplace".

An insider told the New York Post's gossip column Page Six that Osbourne took a substantial payout to walk away and not look back.

"Sharon is walking away with a $5 to $10 million minimum payout," a source said, with another source adding that the outspoken TV personality will "talk when she is ready. She still wants to give her side of the story. She has been on that show for 11 years and knows all the secrets".

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The short list of names to replace Osbourne includes actress Holly Robinson-Peete (pictured left), who accused Osbourne of calling her "too ghetto" to be part of the cast.

CBS confirmed The Talk will remain on hiatus for another two weeks before returning with Osbourne's replacement on 12 April.

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Lil Nas X is under fire for worshipping Satan in his new single "Montero (Call Me By My Name)" which dropped last week.

The music video featured the openly LGBT+ rapper giving Satan a lap dance and riding a stripper pole into hell.

LNX was unapologetic as parents everywhere criticized him for exposing their innocent children to Satanic worship.

Rapper Joyner Lucas, 32, was among the parents who called out the 21-year-old one-hit wonder on social media.

The father of one, best known for his rap single "I'm Not Racist," tweeted:

"I think the biggest problem for me is the fact he dont understand 'old town road' is every kids anthem. Children love him for that record. They tuned in and subscribed to his channels. So with no disclaimer he just dropped some left field ish & all our kids seen it. Smh [sic]."

LNX clapped back by blaming Lucas and other parents for not monitoring their children's media.

"I literally sing about lean & adultery in old town road. u decided to let your child listen. blame yourself," he tweeted.

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Resellers managed to get their hands on all 666 individually pairs of LNX's bloody "Satan shoes" on Monday, March 29.

The Nike Air Max 97 sneakers, containing one drop of human blood, were sold out within minutes of the launch.

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Rapper Boosie Badazz was kicked off of Instagram again after a slap video he shared went viral.

The scene was shot as part of his "Period" music video featuring fellow rapper DaBaby. The drunkard was hired and Boosie paid him more than $500 to take part in the scene. DaBaby contributed a sizable tip.

Still, the slap looked so violent and authentic that Instagram deactivated Boosie's account for violating its policy.

Boosie's IG was previously shut down after he posted videos of scantily clad women twerking.

Boosie lashed out at Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter.com on Sunday.

"@zuck u just a racist," he tweeted.

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