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A man is going viral for kicking a woman out of his hotel room when she refused to have sex with him after he paid $5,000 to fly her out.

In a viral video, a man explains the woman refused to have intimate relations with him even though he paid $5,000 for airline tickets, an Uber and the price of the hotel room.

The man was outraged because he communicated with her on Instagram for three months before booking her tickets.

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There was a time when women would gladly have consensual sex for $20 and a Happy Meal. Nowadays, women expect a lot more.

They see Instagram models showing off handbags, designer shoes, homes, jewelry and cars - and they believe they should get that too.

The man in the video could have avoided the drama by asking one simple question: "You know what you're coming here for, right?"

If you don't ask the right question, then she won't know what you really want. It's a woman's prerogative to say no.

So have that conversation with her before you spend one thin dime on her. Tell her what your expectations are and ask her what her expectations are before you book an airline ticket.

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Rapper Kevin Gates is trending again for saying women with hormonal imbalances are better in bed. The 36-year-old father-of-two made the statements on The Breakfast Club.

Gates was asked if he'd ever "met his match" in the bedroom. The promiscuous rapper said he hadn't, but he did meet "somebody that's really close." He added: "The reason I say she really, really close - oh God, don't kill me - she got acne in her face."

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Gates then explained why he believes women with acne have high sex drives.

"A lot of women with acne in they face got good pu--y," he said, "'Cause they hormones are so imbalanced that it cause them to have congestion. So they not releasing properly."

He added: "See, once I really put it on her, her face start clearing up... a lot of the things that go on with us are really internally. I'm not just saying it for that, but she up there. She in my top three."

Gates also discussed semen retention and discipline. He said a man can choose to pleasure himself or transfer his "morning wood" energy into a vigorous workout in the gym.

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Wendy Williams' fans are concerned for her mental health and safety after a fan video went viral this week.

In the video, Wendy shows off an enormous wedding ring. When asked to say something for the camera, Wendy seemed confused by the question.

The 58-year-old responded, "Ah, he's out, buying... getting stuff. I'm waiting for him to come back."

The enormous ring and her response to the question prompted fans to speculate that she recently tied the knot with someone.


The fan who recorded the video stopped recording the moment he noticed her altered mental status. He said he was concerned that someone might be taking advantage of her.

"I hope she is okay this is so sad :(," wrote a fan in the comments section. "Praying for her health," another person wrote.


According to Hollywood Unlocked Instagram blogger Jason Lee (pictured right), Wendy secretly married an NYPD officer named Henry.

Wendy has yet to confirm the rumor.

While celebrating her son Kevin Hunter's 21st birthday in August last year, Wendy shared a picture of her and her new man inside a car. "My son's 21st birthday party on the yacht in #Miami was everything he wanted! Even my boyfriend," she captioned the image.

UPDATE: Wendy Williams is not married to a New York City cop, despite the claims made by her pal, Jason Lee.

"That's inaccurate," William Selby tells Page Six exclusively. "She is excited about a new relationship and probably got carried away in conversation."

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A viral video shows a mascot avoiding a Black child. The video posted on Twitter shows a Chuck E. Cheese mascot avoiding a Black toddler while giving high-fives to white children.

After this video went viral on Monday, I called a friend who works for a company similar to Chuck E. Cheese in Atlanta. She explained that most mascots are not racist. They simply avoid interacting with certain children because we live in a litigious society.

My source said don't assume that every mascot is white inside. Most mascots are Black or people of color who work for minimum wage.

She recalled several incidents in which mascots accidentally bumped into Black children causing them to fall. The children were not injured, but the parent(s) filed lawsuits or threatened lawsuits if they didn't settle out of court.

She said, don't blame the mascots, blame the litigious society that we live in. Lawsuits are a $310 billion a year business - and everyone wants a slice of the pie.

Black radio listeners are bombarded daily with advertisements from lawyers urging them to sue companies for millions of dollars.

Mascots have the right to protect themselves. They are not avoiding the child, they are avoiding having to testify or sit for lengthy depositions in frivolous lawsuits.

My friend suggested the following tips to parents who take their toddlers or minor children to theme parks or restaurants that employ mascots.

Hold your toddler's hand.

Sometimes a mascot's suit prevents them from seeing small children underfoot.

Keep your child close to you at all times.

Your child is your responsibility. Mascots are not obligated to touch, high-five, hold, or take pictures with your children.

Consider the human beings inside those hot suits.

They have a difficult enough job as it is without having to worry about stepping on your toddler.

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Wendy Williams entertained a pair of fans who began recording when they spotted her in a limo in NYC recently.

In the video, Wendy shows off her stunning diamond ring.

She seemed to misunderstand when a fan asked her to say something for the camera.

She responded, "Ah, he's out... getting stuff. I'm waiting for him to come back."

It isn't clear who she was referring to.

Wendy, 58, has opened up about her battle with Graves' disease in the past. Graves' disease is an autoimmune disorder that causes the immune system to attack the thyroid gland located at the front of the neck.

The disease can cause swelling around the eyes, causing the eyeballs to protrude.

Wendy was on hiatus from her daytime talk show when her production company replaced her with Sherri Shepherd, who said she was "truly concerned" for Wendy.

Shepherd paid tribute to Wendy in an emotional final episode of The Wendy Williams Show in June. "You are loved by so many," she said.

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Kelis is on a roll. The "Milkshake" singer continues to drag Beyonce for sampling her record without having the common decency to call her first.

Kelis doesn't own her masters or songwriting credits to her single "Get Along With You," which The Neptunes produced for her 1999 debut album.

Beyonce sampled "Get Along With You" on her track "Energy" off her new album, Renaissance which dropped today, July 29.

Kelis addressed the issue on social media before dropping a video to clarify her comments.

"The issue is that not only are we female artists... there's not that many of us, right?" said Kelis. "We've met each other, we know each other, we have mutual friends. It's not hard, she can contact, right?"

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She continued: "It's just common decency, right, it's common decency. Especially because... I know what I own and what I don't own... People are swindled out of rights. It happens all the time."

Kelis said it was "stupid and disrespectful" for Beyonce to sample her song without asking her first. She said her issue is with songwriter/producer Pharrell Williams whom she fell out with in the past.



Kelis also threw a subtle diss at singer Rihanna for copying her style.

"I feel like Rihanna rode a wave created by Kelis," a fan wrote in Kelis's comments. To which the singer responded, "Let's not open that Pandora's box today lol one step at a time friend."


Coi Leray brushed off criticism over her Verzuz battle against rapper Megan Thee Stallion.

Coi Leray bumped into Megan at a nightclub and challenged her to a twerk off. Coi wasn't impressed after a recent viral video displayed Megan's twerking skills.

So Megan accepted the challenge. Poor Coi struggled to keep up with the "WAP" rapper. The pint-sized rapper gets points for making an effort.

Coi also dismissed fans' concerns after she appeared to pass out drunk in a bathtub filled with water recently.

In the video, the 25-year-old rapper appeared to be passed out in a bathtub, while a woman tapped her, saying "Come on, come on, come on."

Coi took to her Instagram Story and said, "It's so crazy how happy I be after I drink I see why people be alcoholics... She added, "Y'all leave me alone!"

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Sean Combs praised his baby mama, Sarah Chapman, at their daughter Chance Combs' 16th birthday party on Thursday, July 21.

The hip-hop mogul, 52, shared an Instagram Story clip of him admiring Sarah, who was pregnant with Chance at the same time the late Kim Porter was pregnant with Combs' twins D'Lila and Jessie James.

"I want y'all to get a whole entire drip [of] this gorgeous, beautiful," Combs said in the video.

"I definitely got good taste," he added.

Sarah, 42, turned around slowly for the camera, then replied, "I'm shy. You know I'm shy."

Combs is allegedly dating rapper Yung Miami, 28, of rap duo City Girls. But insiders say their relationship is nothing but a publicity stunt.

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Kevin Gates has a future in wrestling when his rap career ends. The 36-year-old Louisiana native dropped AEW wrestling star Tony Nese with a roundhouse right hook.

According to Vlad TV, the incident happened during AEW's weekly primetime broadcast on TNT at Gas South Arena in Duluth, Georgia.

The AEW had just crowned Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland as the new tag team champions of the world.

But Mark Sterling and Tony Nese disagreed. They jumped into the ring with a petition claiming that Lee and Strickland used foul play to win the tag team championship belts.

Kevin, who was sitting in the front row with girlfriend Jojo Zarur (pictured above), declined to sign the petition.

Then Tony got in Kevin's face, which resulted in Kevin throwing a right hook that put the professional wrestler flat on his back.

Tony recovered quickly. Only his feelings and pride were hurt. Word is that wrestling managers are recruiting Kevin to fight for their teams.

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Boxing icon Mike Tyson says he expects to die "fairly soon." The former heavyweight boxing champion made the stunning statement on his podcast, "Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson."

In the video, Tyson suggested that he may not be long for the world.

"We're all gonna die one day of course," Tyson said. "Then, when I look in the mirror, I see those little spots on my face, I say, 'Wow. That's my expiration date. It's coming close, fairly soon.'"

Tyson could be referring to benign moles and skin tags that multiply with age, particularly on Black skin. The medical term is dermatosis papulosa nigra.

Benign (noncancerous) skin tags or moles can be easily removed by a dermatologist. But some people believe the dark spots are a sign of a terminal illness.

The 56-year-old father of 8 also said money doesn't bring happiness and security.

"Money don't mean s–t to me," Tyson said. "I always tell people — they think money's gonna make them happy. They've never had money before — when you have a lot of money, you can't expect nobody to love you. How am I gonna confess my love to you when you have $500 billion?"

He continued: "The false sense of security. You believe nothing can happen. You don't believe the banks could collapse. You believe that you're invincible when you have a lot of money, which isn't true. That's why I always say money is a false sense of security."

Tyson explained why he no longer flies on private planes.

"When I'm on that private plane, that's all I think about is cocaine and prostitutes - that's my trigger. That's my trigger, that's why I don't fly private. I fly commercial because that's a real bad trigger... Private planes are out of my f***ing league."

"Anything that could allow me to be the boss of everything... If I'm the one that can set everything up - hey baby, you do this, you suck, you go here, hey bring the cocaine over here. If I'm ever one of those guys, I want to get the f**k out of there. I don't want to be that guy."

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Kim Burrell has apologized after she threatened to sue bloggers for criticizing her recent sermon at Pastor Brian Carn's Kingdom Church, according to Icecreamconvos.

The 49-year-old gospel singer took to the pulpit and advised churchgoers not to make friends with broke people.

Burrell warned parishioners to interview potential friends to make sure they aren't in debt or have a history of not paying their bills on time.

She suggested that broke people who are always late paying their bills have bad character and poor judgment.

"You got to choose up. Find you some value, you know?" she said. "Sometimes before we get friends we have to do an interview. 'How long have you been broke? How many times have you changed your name on your light bill? How many of your bills are in your little cousin's name? Do you live in a trailer or a house?'"

She clarified: "And it's not about status or material things. It's just about choices. You know, life is different now. We are at church. Thank God that we're here — those of us who are walking by faith without a mask and no vaccine. And, so, we honor the Lord. God is good."

She went on to ask other church leaders to invite her to speak at their churches.

"I'm not as expensive as I seem. I don't know, maybe you got a little left over from your PPP loan — Prayer, praise and power. You understand," she joked.

A video of Burrell's speech went viral. Some viewers say her message could have been delivered with a little more tact and grace.

Burrell threatened to file defamation lawsuits against bloggers who dragged her on their blogs.

On Tuesday, Burrell apologized via her official Instagram page. She admitted her words were taken out of context, and that even a joke can be offensive.

"As a kingdom citizen, and a woman of integrity, I can acknowledge that some of my words, even if said in jest, can be offensive," she wrote.

"My intention is never to hurt anyone, but to spread love, laughter and more importantly, the gift which God has given me in song. If anyone was offended, I can sincerely say I apologize."

Burrell wasn't done. She mentioned messy bloggers who are guilty of the same things they accused her of.

She wrote: "With that being said, the irony in this is that those who are criticizing my statement are displaying the very thing they have accused me of. However, it's not been humorous or in jest.


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Sesame Place Philadelphia has announced bias training for its performers after one character is seen allegedly ignoring Black children in viral videos.

Multiple videos show a furry character hugging and interacting with white children at the Sesame Street-inspired theme park in Philadelphia.

The same character is seen waving off two Black girls while dismissively shaking his head "no," and continuing to walk past them.

Other videos show the character ignoring several more Black children while engaging with white children next to them.

In a statement on Monday, Sesame Place Philadelphia said the performer was following policy by not taking pictures with children or holding children.

Sesame Place spoke with the performer, who "has confirmed that the 'no' hand gesture" seen in the video was "not directed to any specific person" but was instead "a response to multiple requests from someone in the crowd" who asked them "to hold their child for a photo which is not permitted." The performer "did not intentionally ignore the girls and is devastated about the misunderstanding."

But the videos contradict the statement that the performer "did not intentionally ignore the girls."

As the public backlash escalated on social media, Sesame Place apologized to the family, promising, "We are taking actions to do better." Sesame Workshop also announced "bias training" for employees "and a thorough review of the ways in which they engage with families and guests," as "what these children experienced is unacceptable."

The family of the two girls has retained an attorney and are exploring potentially filing a lawsuit.

Attorney B'Ivory LaMarr told TMZ, "While we hate to rush to judgment to consider 'race' as the motivating factor to explain the performer's actions, such actions both before and after the young girl's request only lead to one conclusion."

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Tariq Nasheed is calling out Sesame Place's character, Rosita, for apparently ignoring Black children at Philadelphia's Sesame Street-inspired theme park.

Tariq called out Sesame Place for allowing the character to blatantly ignore Black children.

Tariq posted two videos that seem to show the furry blue character walking past Black and brown children while stopping to engage with white kids.

"The employee who performs in the Rosita costume seems to engage in a pattern of deliberately ignoring Black children who tries to engage with the character," he wrote in one post.

"This employee needs to be fired TODAY, unless Sesame Place condones this type of anti-Black energy."

"@SesamePlace Black children should not be repeatedly subjected to this type of targeted neglect at your establishments. So again, your bogus statement you released give the appearance that you condone this pattern of behavior."

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A new video has surfaced online showing jailed rapper Gunna smiling while talking to his godson during a video call.

The rapper is seen smiling in the video while his toddler godson laughs at his image on the monitor.

Gunna was arrested in May on RICO racketeering and gang charges. He was denied bond twice and is in jail awaiting trial.

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Fans were shocked by a recent jailhouse photo that shows his dramatic weight loss.

However, Gunna looks well-nourished and happy in the newly surfaced video.

According to reports, Gunna lost weight after suffering apparent drug withdrawals from a chronic addiction to lean and cocaine.

Rapper Young Thug and 26 others associated with his Young Slime Life record label were also charged in May. All were ordered held without bond.

Fulton County DA Fani Willis said YSL Records is a front for the Young Stoner Life street gang, responsible for 80% of Atlanta's violent crimes dating back to 2012.

Gunna's trial is set for January 9, 2023.

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Yesterday, social media influencer Christian Walker confronted singer Kehlani for calling him an as-hole in a Starbucks drive-thru.

Christian was upset that Kehlani called him an as-hole, but he didn't explain what preceded the outburst.

Then Kehlani posted a video, saying Christian was upset that the Starbucks location displayed Pride flags in the windows, but no American flags.

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"I see behind me, that kid, Christian Walker, visibly losing his sh-t in the car... This Starbucks is covered in gay flags, trans flags, like, American remixed gay flags. I see him losing his sh-t the whole time."

Meanwhile, Christian also posted a video in which he offers to buy an American flag for the Starbucks location. The confrontation with Kehlani occurred after he questioned the Starbucks barista about the an American flag.

She said she got to the window and informed the Starbucks workers that the guy behind her was a "Republican Trump supporter" who "has a habit of harassing" the LGBT+ community.

"They're like, yeah, I know that kid... I'm like, he's a f---ing as-hole."

You know what happened next.

Both Kehlani and Christian are members of the LGBT+ community who have differing opinions.

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