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Four people were killed in a fiery Learjet crash near San Diego, California on Monday. The private Learjet 35A crashed shortly after 7 p.m. in unincorporated El Cajon, according to Eurweb.com.

The plane was carrying two passengers and two flight crew when it hit several power lines and crashed into a residential neighborhood while on approach to Gillespie Field.

The passengers were identified as two flight nurses who worked for an air ambulance service.

The plane departed earlier from John Wayne Airport in Orange County, NBC Los Angeles reports.

In audio leaked online, the Learjet pilot requested to land and asked an air traffic controller to turn up the approach lights a little bit more.

The air traffic controller said the approach lights were already at 100% brightness.

Seconds later, the pilot screamed "Oh sh*t! Oh sh*t! Oh SH*T!" followed by a scream before the transmission ends abruptly.

No injuries or fatalities were reported on the ground but one house was damaged. The fiery crash was captured on a resident's Ring doorbell camera.

Listen to the disturbing audio below.


 

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FYI: This post contains disturbing allegations about the sexual assault of a minor child. No one has been charged, and the accused is considered innocent until proven guilty.
 
A Florida woman claims her ex-boyfriend, Doodie Lo, sexually assaulted her 5-year-old son for a month before the child told her what happened.

FTN Bae, a former stripper, shared the disturbing details in graphic posts on social media. She also shared audio of her son crying and explaining what allegedly happened to him.

FTN Bae captioned the audio clip:

"What your hearing is my 5-year-old son Wesley cry to me about what my ex-boyfriend @otf_doodielo (david) did to him [sic]."

She said she reported the incident to the Broward County Sheriff's Office, and an investigation is currently under way.

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The aspiring rapper has lawyered up and is denying the allegations.

FTN Bae captioned the post:

"For the last 2 months my son was pooping in his pants it was so bad i had to put diapers back on him," she continued. "October 1st my son finally told me what had happened to him. i'm thankful to God because a lot of kids DONT speak up because they were scared just like my son. I have been dealing with this for almost a month and its been the hardest thing I HAVE EVER HAD TO DO IN MY LIFE & I WILL NOT remain quit for one more second."

She added:

"August 6th i had a show in Orlando & @otf_doodielo was at my house along with my roommate and my son and his 3 year old cousin. Once i left this SICK man welted 3 screws (that he found in my toolbox) and shoved them up my sons anus. Scared and afraid my son hid the screws outside so he 'couldn’t find it & do it again' and never told me about it. He was trying to be sooo tough that he dealt with this for 2 months and it clearly was AFFECTING him. NEVER IN A MILLION YEARS i would think this would be my story ('my boyfriend sexually assaulting my son') My son and my life will never be the same. This is not a sympathy post or a clout post this is simply me a heartbroken mother WHO IS DOING EVERYTHING i can do for justice for MY SON ! While i'm patiently waiting for the police to complete there investigation I NEEDED to speak up and expose this SICK MAN to warn other females with kids and maybe other girls who dealt with him should talk to there kids. This couldn’t have been his first time but he picked the right family to f**k with. You just never know who people really are & what there capable of. Stay blessed."

 
READ ALSO: YouTuber Arrested Amid Child Abuse Reports; Loses Custody of Daughter
 
The audio below is very disturbing. Discretion is advised.
 


 

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Donald Trump is catching heat for statements he made about Haitian migrants at the U.S. border.

The U.S. border patrol expects 60,000 Haitians to arrive at the Texas-Mexican border within days.

In a phone interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News last night, said many of the Haitian migrants will probably have AIDS.

The former President said:

"So, we have hundreds of thousands of people flowing in from Haiti. Haiti has a tremendous AIDS problem. AIDS is a step beyond. AIDS is a real bad problem.

"Many of those people will probably have AIDS and they're coming into our country. And we don't do anything about it. We let everybody come in."

Trump added: "Sean, it's like a death wish. It's like a death wish for our country."

 

The U.S. resettled 15,000 Haitian refugees across the country following public uproar over border agents on horseback corralling Haitian migrants in September.

Many on social media said Trump's words were far worse than current Pres. Joe Biden ordering the migrants deported back to Haiti on U.S. Coast Guard planes.

Others noted that Trump was correct because Haiti has the highest rate of AIDS in the Western Hemisphere.
 

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Atlanta mayoral candidate Kasim Reed recently spoke exclusively with Shelley Wynter, co-host of "Word On the Street" on WSB Radio.

Reed, right, posed with Wynter, left, and his co-host, MalaniKai Massey, while attending a Frank Ski forum with other candidates at WHUR 96.3.

Reed discussed Atlanta's crime rate and his vision for Atlanta's future in his interview with Wynter.

When Wynter told Reed he was 23.5% "within a margin" of City Council President and mayoral candidate Felicia Moore, Reed corrected him.

"I'm not within the margin, I'm in first place," Reed said confidently. "I'm winning this race for mayor with 47 days left to go."

"Y'all done had two public polls now," he added, "and both of them have me in first place. And I'm very grateful to the people of Atlanta for giving me fair consideration."

Wynter asked: "What about the undecideds? Does that concern you any?"

"It doesn't concern me one bit," said Reed. "Any politician that tells you they don't want to be in first place isn't telling you the truth."

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Wynter and Massey posed with other mayoral candidates who trail Reed in the mayoral race.

Listen to the interview below.
 

 

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Future Hendrix's baby mama, Brittni Mealy took another swipe at the rapper after she accused him of sending a vulgar text to their minor son.

Brittni, 31, accused Future of sending a vulgar text to their son, Prince, during a text exchange about school clothes.

"HE TEXTS THIS TO A CHILD!" she wrote in all caps on Instagram last week.

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READ ALSO: Rapper Future sends vulgar message about Brittni Mealy to their son
 

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Over the weekend, Brittni, who is one of Future's 7 or 8 baby mamas, shared audio of someone who sounds like Future dissing his ex Joie Chavis.

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Future and Joie, 32, share a three-year-old son named Hendrix.

In the audio, the person who sounds like Future tries to convince someone that he has no love for Joie.

"I don't look at Joie as somebody like I look at you. Me and Joie always been friends, super cool. Like you don't even know that me and her was just always been super cool to the point where we still could be cool right now."

He continued:

"I don't look at her like someone I love, I never loved her like that. She know that. I never loved her, I never been like, told her 'I love you'. You know what I'm sayin'? I never told this girl, I never told Joie 'I love you' but we had a good a** friendship. You know what I mean? I ain't never tell her I love her like that there. I love you."

What do you think? Is Future the man begging for a booty call in the audio clip below?

In related news, there are reports that Future is expecting three more child support checks children by three random women. He reportedly impregnated two of the women during a threesome.
 

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Bill Cosby's former friends, Rev. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Andrew Young and others, took his money then abandoned him when he reached out to them for support.

Cosby, 83, was released from prison on Wednesday, June 30, after serving two years of a three-to-10-year prison sentence on sexual assault charges.

Andrew Wyatt. Cosby's personal spokesman, shared the details in an exclusive interview with Shelley Wynter that aired on WSB Radio's "Word On the Street" on Tuesday, July 13.

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Wyatt said Cosby and his wife Camille gave Jesse Jackson $1 million when he ran for president of the United States in 1984.

Wyatt said the Cosbys paid all of Jackson's bills, paid off his home in Chicago (that he still lives in), purchased another home for him and Mrs. Jackson in Washington, D.C. (that they still own), loaned Jackson his private jet, and other perks.

Yet, when Cosby turned to Jackson for help during his time of need, Jackson turned his back on him.

Cosby was also generous to Ambassador Andrew Young when the Atlanta politician ran for Congress as a Democrat in 1970.

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And Cosby gave $50,000 to the family of Tawana Brawley when Rev. Al Sharpton called Cosby for help.

Wyatt said when Cosby reached out to Sharpton during his trial, Sharpton told him he would call him right back and then never called.

Listen to the audio of the interview here.

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Cash Gernon's father, Trevor Gernon apologized to Cash's mother, Melinda Seagroves, for abandoning their twin sons at an ex-girlfriend's home in Dallas.

4-year-old Cash Gernon was found dead in the street on the 7500 block of Sallerdige Drive on Saturday, May 15. A coroner determined the boy had been stabbed multiple times.

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Darriyn Brown was arrested later that day and charged with kidnapping and burglary. More charges are expected pending the results of forensic evidence.

Gernon left Cash and his twin brother, Carter, in the care of his ex-girlfriend, Monica Sherrod.

In the audio, Gernon said he knew Sherrod for some time and that the two got together because they were both single parents.

Gernon departed Sherrod's home in March because he had multiple outstanding felony warrants.

He said he moved back to Houston, where he was from originally, "after an unsuccessful job hunt amongst other things."

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He left his twins with Sherrod (pictured) because he didn't want to "disrupt their routine." He did not tell the boys' mother where her sons were.

Carter has since been reunited with his mother.

Gernon said he doesn't want to turn himself in to police because he fears going to jail on the outstanding warrants.

"To make matters worse. I have to fear for my freedom, as it is the goal of some to see me go to jail rather than grieve the loss of my little boy. All I want to do is have that one thing every parent deserves: to say good-bye and be with my son one last time before I return him home".

A GoFundMe page created by Cash Gernon's maternal grandmother has raised over $12,000 to transport the child's body back to his hometown for burial.

Patty Seagroves wrote: "Please do not donate to any other GoFundMe or anything associated with Monica Sherrod."
 

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Legendary singer/songwriter, Maxwell, celebrated his 25th anniversary album, Urban Hang Suite, with his very good friend Ryan Cameron on Majic 107.5/97.5 radio in Atlanta on Monday.

They discussed what the album meant at that time, and how it inspired the next generation of R&B.

Maxwell explained why he turned down a Verzuz battle against D'Angelo in March.

Maxwell said it "was a question of timing". He was also dealing with the loss of family members to Covid-19.

"I got love for my brothers and I know that the people needed something. I did my best and my best wasn't able to come through in that way," he said.

"So, I couldn't commit to it at the time, but I'm always open to doing anything I can to bring entertainment to the people that I love and respect who have made my life what it is for sure."

Maxwell told Ryan he got the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine the day before the interview and he's still feeling the effects from the shot.

Listen to a snippet of the interview below.
 

Click here to hear the full interview. Maxwell and Ryan discuss:

  • The COVID-19 pandemic
  • If he's heard Tank's latest single, "Can't Let It Show"
  • Watching the Derek Chauvin trial
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    Keyshia Cole dropped a new single titled "I Don't Wanna Be in Love" after participating in a Verzuz lip-sync battle with R&B singer Ashanti.

    The new track comes a week after the mom-of-two released a music video for her single "2:35."

    "I Don't Wanna Be" tells the emotional story of a woman who doesn't want to be that girl who breaks up another woman's relationship.

    "We both got a situation, hesitation
    Whenever we hook up, it's all love
    Never any expectations
    I know you went much further
    I met your girl, never wanna hurt her
    Never wanna be that chick, but lately, this is really feeling like torture."

     

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    Actor Louis Gossett Jr. is recovering from Covid-19 at home after he checked himself out of a Georgia hospital because people around him were dying.

    Gossett, 84, spoke by phone to Ryan Cameron, host of WAMJ-Majic 1075/975 in Atlanta, about the reason he left the hospital against medical advice (AMA).

    Gossett told Cameron on Monday that he contracted the virus from a nurse who visited his home. He arrived at an emergency room on Dec. 27, but left shortly after seeing the chaos inside the hospital.

    The Grammy-winning actor said he left the hospital because the staff was "extremely tired" and they were "losing the battle," he said he called his son and other family members, and they got him out of there.

    Gossett said he wanted to thank his fans in Atlanta and around the world for the love, prayers and well wishes over the last few days.

    "When there was a threat of me leaving the planet -- I didn't know I had that done that positive for so many people and I am grateful to the bottom of my heart. I want to say thank you so much for y'all. The love bounces back to you in a million fold. God is good all the time and I am so grateful that you've been there. It's just what the doctor ordered."

    He said four or 5 doctors around the country sent him some medications, including eucalyptus tea and vitamins, to help his recovery.

    When asked if he was for or against the vaccine, Gossett said, "I don't know what the vaccines is but I want it. It gives us a head start to go in the direction of taking better care of ourselves and one another. That's all it is. There's no Democrats, there's nothing but making saving mankind."

    Gossett also discussed the lack of "purity" in young "girls of 6, 7, 8-years-old with that innocence that I've forgotten to see, I don't see it anymore. I see the young men, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10-years old with deep voices and getting ready to shoot one another. We need to take a chill pill. We all need to be saved."

    Gossett had a message for so-called anti-maskers:

    "Covid is real. Even it's not real -- just for the hell of it, wear a mask anyway. Cooperate with us. There's no such thing as impossible. Take the word 'impossible' out of your dictionary. We need to be together to take better care of ourselves, our children and one another."

    Gossett is best known for his Academy Award-winning role in the 1982 film An Officer and a Gentleman and for portraying the character of Fiddler in the ABC miniseries Roots in 1977, among hundreds of film and TV roles.

    Listen to the audio below: