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Blac Chyna's mom, Tokyo Toni is accusing the Kardashians of leaving granddaughter Dream Kardashian with a nanny who "burnt" her twice.

In a new interview, Tokyo claims that Dream Kardashian, Blac Chyna's daughter with Rob Kardashian, was left with an abusive nanny who burned the child twice.

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Dream (left) is pictured with her auntie, Khloe, and cousins True Thompson and Chicago West (right).

In an interview with Night & Day Network, Toni said, "This is why I don't like the rest of them, Kim, Khloe, none of them h*es, is because when Dream got burnt two times, the nanny did it."

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Toni said her daughter, Blac Chyna, called CPS twice when she discovered her daughter's burn injuries.

"Chyna got CPS over there and everything but these b***hes forget," she said. "Chyna done played fair with these h*es for a long time, because I'm going to tell you... if my child over your house and got burnt the first time I don't know about letting that slide. A second time in the same place, oh she ain't coming back over there."

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A judge gave Rob Kardashian full custody of his daughter after proving Chyna was an unfit mother. But Toni says Rob is not a full-time, hands-on father.

Toni questions why her granddaughter's alleged abuser isn't on TMZ.

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"Why the nanny wasn't on TMZ with her face shown in Cook County? I don't know where the f*ck its at... Calabasas Jail," she said.

Blac Chyna and Rob recently settled a lawsuit out of court after she sued him for leaking her nudes online.

Chyna is currently starring in the movie Secret Society 2 on Amazon Prime, which premieres on Amazon Prime on July 29.

Chyna will attend a star-studded private screening of the movie in Atlanta on July 26th.

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"The View" co-host Sunny Hostin criticized Joe Biden for fist bumping Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a recent visit to Saudi Arabia.

The U.S. President visited Saudi Arabia to beg for oil and to improve relations between the two countries.

Biden fist bumped Mohammed after he landed in Saudi Arabia.

Mohammed allegedly ordered the 2018 assassination of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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"This is a murderer. You don't normalize a murderer by this fist bump," Sunny Hostin said during Monday’s episode. "It was the photo op that he wanted and we've normalized these relationships."

Hostin said the fist bump was an "unforced error" on Biden's part.

She continued, "I think this is bad no matter how you look at it, and we shouldn't be here saying, 'Well Trump did it so it's okay that Biden did it.' It's just not okay in my view. I understand he was there because of the oil prices, I understand that we should be taxing American oil companies that are gouging Americans, that's really what we should be doing."

On a positive note, gas prices dropped to $4 a gallon in the United States after hitting a record of $5.02 a gallon on June 14.

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Rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again (left) was found not guilty Friday on a federal gun possession charge.

Police found a gun on the floorboard of his Mercedes Benz following a high-speed chase in Tarzana, California in March 2021.

His attorneys argued that YB didn't know the gun was in his car when he was pulled over and arrested on an outstanding warrant last year.

YB was on house arrest in Utah, but the 22-year-old rapper is now free to go on tour to support his 8 children.

Earlier this month drill rapper Lil Durk dissed NBA YoungBoy in his verse on Cardi B's new single "Hot Sh*t."

Lil Durk raps: "I know that Von hit her / She pulled up on my block in Jimmy Choo..."

Fans say the "Jimmy Choo" line is in reference to Durk's late pal King Von sleeping with YB's baby mama, Jania, then buying her a pair of Jimmy Choos to show his gratitude.

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King Von was shot and killed in Atlanta by an associate of YoungBoy's on Nov. 6, 2020 at age 26.

Lil Durk and YB have beefed for years. Durk routinely disses YoungBoy in his rap lyrics, but YB couldn't clap back because he was on house arrest.

However, YB was seen flexing his muscles in a new Instagram photo. Fans of the two rappers believe the image was a cryptic message to Lil Durk.

The day after YB was found not guilty, Lil Durk took to Instagram Live to say he was "deactivating" his Instagram page.


 
Fans believe Lil Durk is going ghost now that YoungBoy is back out on the streets.

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Best friends Lil Durk (left) and King Von (right) terrorized the streets of South Side Chicago until they were locked up for separate crimes in the early 2010s.

King Von, a Black Disciples gang member, had been in and out of jail since age 16.

Authorities believe Lil Durk's record label, Only the Family, is a front for OTF (Only Trey Folks), a faction of the Black Disciples gang in Chicago.

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Fulton County DA Fani Willis, who indicted YSL rappers Young Thug and Gunna on RICO racketeering and gang charges in May, says she will indict two more "high-profile rappers" on RICO charges in the next 2 months.

Sources say Willis also plans to go after record label executives for financing gang activity in her city.

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has struck fear into the hearts of Atlanta area rappers and their fans.

As you know, Willis locked up rappers Young Thug and Gunna, as well as 26 of their associates on RICO racketeering and gang charges. She blamed the gang for 80% of violent crimes committed in Georgia.

Now Willis tells a Channel 2 Action News reporter to expect two more "high profile" RICO racketeering charges over the next 60 days.

Rap fans in Atlanta were mortified at the news that two more of their faves will soon be locked up with Young Thug and Gunna.

Some fans speculate that the unlucky rappers could be Gucci Mane, Lil Durk, or Lil Baby.

One Twitter user wrote: "I'm praying to god it's not Gucci and baby ... or even f*cking Dirk since he stay out there."

Another person tweeted: "Every rapper in Atlanta ain't getting no sleep for two months."

And a third Twitter person: "Damn she tryna tear Atlanta down."

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Lil Durk, a notorious gangster-turned-rapper from Chicago, is currently awaiting trial on an attempted murder charge in Atlanta.

According to sources, he has since moved again after becoming a target of a home invasion in 2021.

Several masked men broke into his home in Braselton and exchanged gunshots with his girlfriend India. No one was hurt.

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Don Lemon trended in the U.S. on Thursday for saying news journalists must set aside their journalistic standards and treat all Republicans as "dangerous to society".

Appearing on CNN's "New Day" on Thursday morning, Lemon urged the news media to hold Republicans to a different standard than Democrats.

Lemon, a Democrat, said journalists should acknowledge all Republicans are dangerous to America.

"We sit around and we talk about these things and we want to give this false equivalence to Democrats and Republicans. That is not where we are right now. Republicans are doing something that is very dangerous to our society and we have to acknowledge that. We have to acknowledge that as Americans, we must acknowledge that as journalists because if we don't, we are not doing our jobs."

Lemon expressed outrage that Republicans are ignoring CNN's news coverage of the ongoing hearings into former President Trump's role in the January 6, 2021 protests in the nation's Capitol.

"They have a lot to answer for," Lemon told "New Day" hosts John Berman and Brianna Keilar.

"They have to answer for those questions if they come here on CNN," he said. "They must answer for that. If they go on MSNBC, they must answer for that. If they go on ABC, they must answer for that. And they cannot expect to be coddled when they go on to a news organization or if they step in front of a crowd of supporters or voters or Americans."

Question: Do you believe the news media should favor Democrats over Republicans?

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An attorney for WNBA star Brittney Griner said she had a doctor's letter recommending medical cannabis (marijuana extract) for pain.

Griner, 31, was all smiles inside a defendants' cage where she visited with her attorneys during a hearing at the Khimki Courthouse outside Moscow on Friday.

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The defense produced a letter from a doctor recommending she use medical cannabis for pain.

"Among the medical documents is a doctor's appointment for the substance that Brittney Griner inadvertently left among her belongings when crossing the border," said attorney Maria Blagovolin.

"The attending physician gave Brittney recommendations for the use of medical cannabis. The permission was issued on behalf of the Arizona Department of Health."

The defense also submitted drug tests the Phoenix Mercury All-Star center underwent before she traveled to Russia which didn't detect any illegal substances in her system.

Griner was arrested in mid-February after Moscow airport officials discovered vape cartridges containing cannabis oil in her luggage.

Griner's trial has been adjourned for 11 days as the defense requested more time to prepare, NBC News reported.

She recently pleaded guilty to drug smuggling and could face a 10-year prison sentence if convicted.

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The mother of a 10-year-old pregnant girl who traveled across state lines for an abortion gave a bizarre interview to Spanish language TV station Telemundo.

The woman told Telemundo on Thursday that her daughter is "fine," and she suggested that the news media lied about her daughter's alleged rapist, Gerson Fuentes, 27.

A reporter visited Fuentes' home when the victim's mother answered the door. She did not give her name, nor did she want to be on camera, according to The Daily Wire.

The girl's mother seemed anxious and desperate to deny the allegations against her alleged live-in lover.

"Everything they are saying against him is a lie," the woman said in Spanish, that was translated to English by Telemundo.

The mother said her 10-year-old daughter "is fine".

Fuentes was arrested and charged with first-degree rape on Thursday. His arrest came more than a week after the girl's story went national - and only after GOP lawmakers and conservative media outlets questioned the validity of the story.

Fuentes allegedly lives in the home with the girl's mother and other minor children.

Jorge Bonilla, who serves as Media Research Center's director of MRC Latino, speculated that the woman is frightened because she is illegal, and she feared deportation or the removal of her other children from the home.

"The mother's distressed defense of the rapist suggests that, a: She is also here illegally and fears deportation," said Bonilla. "B: The defendant is the family's sole source of income, c: There is a likelihood of other children in the home, d: Mom is exposed to removal of the children under dependency proceedings (failure to protect)."

Twitter expressed outrage after the interview. Many believe an American citizen who raped a child would have been arrested immediately and the children removed from the home by CPS.

Question: Do you believe the defendant was not arrested immediately because he is illegal?

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Tiara Mack, Rhode Island's youngest senator, was suspended from TikTok for posting a video of herself twerking for votes.

In the video, the 28-year-old politician twerks awkwardly while in a handstand.

Mack described the reaction to her twerking video as "misogyny, classism and racism" in a phone interview on Wednesday.

"My behavior on my Twitter, Instagram and TikTok are consistent with a young millennial who is in office and challenging norms," Mack said.

"I'm showing that leadership looks different and welcoming people into the many different facets of my life."

But not everyone agrees with her message. Twitter users called Mack's behavior disgraceful and shameful and they said she had no business being a state senator.

Mack's TikTok account was restored on Wednesday after being suspended on Tuesday.

"My community stands in overwhelming support of me," Mack said, referring to the LGBT+ community. "They know exactly what these attacks are and what these attacks can do, especially for a queer person of color."

Mack, who was elected in 2020, said the video was "a way to show that elected officials can be silly and have fun and enjoy a day off."

She believes the TikTok suspension was politically motivated after she proposed a bill last year that would require Rhode Island schools to provide sex education to children that "affirmatively recognize pleasure based sexual relations, different sexual orientations and be inclusive of same-sex relationships."

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Brittney Griner was back in court on Thursday after pleading guilty on Tuesday.

Last week, Griner pled guilty to smuggling a small amount of cannabis oil into Russia back in February.

The WNBA star did not testify on the third day of her trial, but character witnesses testified on her behalf.

Journalists were denied access to the courtroom. But the director of the team Griner plays for was allowed to take the witness stand.

"Our task today was to tell the court about her characteristics as an athlete, as a person — tell about how she played a big role in the success of the Ektaerinburg club and Russian women's basketball as a whole," said UMMC Ekaterinburg club director Maxim Rybakov.

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"Today is the first day when we have seen our basketball player since February. Thank God, she feels well, looks good," Rybakov said.

Griner's Russian teammate Evgenia Belyakova testified that "Brittney has always been a very good teammate, so my role here is just to be with her, to support her."

"We miss her very much, we miss her energy," Belyakova added. "I was very happy to see her, and I hope this trial will be over soon and with a positive outcome."

Griner joked with Rybakov and Belyakova as she was led into court.

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A team doctor said Griner had some medical conditions, including ADHD, that were alleviated by cannabis oil.

The doctor said ADHD may have caused her to be distracted when she was packing her bag and she didn't realize the cannabis oil was in there.

Griner, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and WNBA All-Star, is expected to be questioned by the prosecution and the defense when her trial resumes on Friday.

A judge ordered her detained until December 20.
 

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Boxing legend George Foreman is going public with extortion attempts by two women who alleges that he sexually abused them.

The former heavyweight champion says the women are trying to extort him out of millions of dollars.

Sources close to Foreman tell TMZ Sports that a lawsuit is expected to be filed in Los Angeles this week by two women.

In a case that sounds similar to convicted R&B singer R. Kelly, the two women's fathers apparently had a working relationship with Foreman decades ago.

The lawsuit, according to TMZ sources, claims Foreman, 73, sexually abused the women in the 1970s.

TMZ sources say the women are asking for $12.5 Million each in what Foreman believes to be an extortion plot.

"Over the past six months, two women have been trying to extort millions of dollars each from me and my family," Foreman said in a statement issued on Wednesday.

"They are falsely claiming that I sexually abused them over 45 years ago in the 1970s."

"I adamantly and categorically deny these allegations. The pride I take in my reputation means as much to me as my sports accomplishments, and I will not be intimidated by baseless threats and lies."

He continued" "I am, and always will be, guided by my faith and trust in God. I will work with my lawyers to fully and truthfully expose my accusers' scheme and defend myself in court. I don't pick fights, but I don't run away from them either."

The two-time heavyweight champion boxer is best known today as a pitchman for the George Foreman Grill. He reportedly has a net worth of around $300 million.

Foreman has 12 children: five sons (all named George) and seven daughters.

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Pastor John Gray is showing signs of improvement after suffering blood clots in his lungs.

In an Instagram post, the pastor's wife, Aventer Gray, said he was diagnosed with a saddle pulmonary embolism, a rare condition named for the position of blood clots in the large artery that feeds deoxygenated blood from the heart to both lungs.

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Aventer, who shares 2 minor children with Gray, went on to explain he "was feeling a little different" over the past few weeks. He went to the emergency room "and was immediately admitted to CCU with a saddle Pulmonary Embolism in the pulmonary artery and more lung blood clots."
 
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On Monday, Aventer updated her Instagram followers on her husband's condition. She said he was stable enough to be transferred to a hospital in Atlanta.

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LeBron James walked back statements he made about WNBA star Brittney Griner who is locked up in Russia.

James made the comments in a trailer for an episode of "The Shop: Uninterrupted." He said he would question returning to the United States if he was stuck in a Russian jail.

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Griner was arrested in mid-February at a Moscow-area airport after officials found vape pens containing cannabis oil in her luggage.

She pled guilty to smuggling drugs, and she threw herself on the mercy of the court.

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James suggested Russia may be a better alternative to the United States where Black lawbreakers are gunned down by police before they can get their day in court.

"She's been there over 110 days," he said in the video trailer. "Now, how can she feel like America has her back? I would be feeling like, 'Do I even want to go back to America?'"

James now say he was not bashing the United States by questioning how long it is taking to bring Griner back to American soil.

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Even though both James and Griner have criticized America as racist, James now calls America a "beautiful country."

"[I] wasn't knocking our beautiful country," the Los Angeles Lakers star tweeted Tuesday.

"I was simply saying how she's probably feeling emotionally along with so many other emotions, thoughts, etc inside that cage she's been in for over 100+ days! Long story short #BringHerHome."

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Donald Trump (right) fired back after Elon Musk (left) said it was time for him to "Sail into the sunset."

The former U.S. President slammed Musk after the Tesla founder suggested it was time for him "to hang up his hat & sail into the sunset."

Trump told Musk to focus on that $$$ lawsuit filed against him by Twitter.

As you know, Musk called off his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter.

Twitter responded by filing a massive lawsuit against Musk.

In several posts on Trump's own social media platform, Truth Social, Trump took credit for Musk's many successes.

Trump bragged that the Tesla executive had told him he voted for Trump.

"When Elon Musk came to the White House asking me for help on all of his many subsidized projects, whether it's electric cars that don't drive long enough, driverless cars that crash, or rocketships to nowhere, without which subsidies he'd be worthless, and telling me how he was a big Trump fan and Republican, I could have said, 'drop to your knees and beg,' and he would have done it," Trump wrote.

"Now Elon should focus on getting himself out of the Twitter mess because he could owe $44 billion for something that's perhaps worthless. Also, lots of competition for electric cars!"

Trump launched Truth Social as a Twitter alternative after the social media platform banned him in 2020 while he was a sitting president.

In previous posts on Truth Social, Trump hinted that Musk only purchased Twitter to compete with him.

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LeBron James says he would question returning to the United States if he was stuck in a Russian jail like Brittney Griner.

The NBA star made the comments during a recent taping of "The Shop" according to TMZ.

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James said Griner has been in jail too long and he'd question returning to America if he was her. He said he wouldn't consider coming back to a country that is taking too long to bring him home.

"Now, how can she feel like America has her back? I would be feeling like, 'Do I even want to go back to America?'"

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James and Griner are among the "woke" NBA and WNBA players who kneeled before games to protest police shootings of Black men.

Both athletes have been heavily criticized for turning their backs on the American flag and military veterans.

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Griner was arrested in mid-February at a Moscow-area airport after officials found vape pens containing cannabis oil in her luggage.

Last week she pled guilty to smuggling drugs into the country and she threw herself on the mercy of the Russian court.

A judge ordered the WNBA All-Star held in detention for at least 6 more months. Her trial is expected to last that long since court is not held there every day.
 

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Former Dallas Cowboys running back Marion Sylvester Barber III died from heat stroke in his Frisco, Texas apartment on June 1. He was 38.

Barber was found dead by police who forcd entry into his apartment to conduct a welfare check after a report of a water leak at the residence.
 
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His body was discovered inside the shower. Water was running in the overflowing tub. Barber had not been seen in public for around 3 weeks before his body was found.

The Collin County Medical Examiner's Office ruled Barber's cause of death was heat stroke caused by exercising in "sauna-like conditions" in his apartment.

According to police, Barber's thermostat was set at 91 degrees. TMZ reports the star athlete had a "history of exercising during sauna-like conditions."

According to the report, there was no sign of foul play. There was no evidence of trauma or drugs found in Barber's body, and "no clear evidence of natural disease found" either.

via TMZ -- In a separate Frisco Police Dept. incident report, also obtained by TMZ Sports, officers say Barber had not been seen for around 3 weeks prior to the discovery of his body on June 1.

In the docs, officers say multiple people told them they tried to make contact with Barber throughout May as there appeared to be a leak coming from his apartment -- though all attempts were unsuccessful.