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Da Brat opened up about her intimate relationship with Atlanta entrepreneur Jesseca Dupart on the season premiere of "Growing Up Hip-Hop."

"There's so much going on in my life and my world right now," the 46-year-old rap artist said. "Recently, I decided to let y'all in on my life a little bit, you know what I'm saying?"

The "Funkdafied" rapper, whose relationships rarely last longer than 3 years, said the Coronavirus lockdown made her and 38-year-old Jesseca's bond stronger.

"I think we're a great couple together. Quarantine can make you or break you and we are still here, baby. So we must be doing alright. And it feel good to be happy out loud."

Da Brat is self-conscious about her weight gain as her body transitions into menopause.

After the two women met in Atlanta, Brat said she initially didn't want Jesseca to "look" at her for "too long" because she didn't want to expose her many "imperfections."

"I was just real nervous and scared," she said. "At first I would hide behind furniture when she would talk to me. I would cover up my face when I laughed."

"It was the cutest thing ever," said Jessica.

"Like nobody probably would ever expect me to act like that," Da Brat added.

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Damon Dash has filed a lawsuit against WE tv for allegedly breaking a promise not to let his son Damon "Boogie" Dash drink alcohol on reality series Growing Up Hip Hop.

According to TMZ, the music mogul filed papers claiming the network required 28-year-old Boogie to drink in order to boost TV ratings.

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Dash argues that WE tv's actions went directly against a verbal agreement they allegedly made with the record executive not to give Boogie anything to drink.

In court papers, the 48-year-old Roc-A-Fella co-founder claimed WE tv caused his family "emotional distress" by encouraging Boogie to get drunk.

Additionally, Dash alleges that WE tv owes him money. According to the music mogul, a court order is in place directing the network to make payments directly to his creditors. Dash owes millions to creditors including his baby mamas and his company, Poppington.

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The lawsuit is the latest in a string of legal woes for Dash, who was accused of sexual battery by hip-hop photographer Monique Bunn, who filed a $50 million lawsuit against the mogul and his fiancée Raquel Horn in December.

Dash is pictured above with (L-R) son Boogie, daughter Ava Dash, and Horn.

(L-R) Da Brat, Jermaine Dupri and Bow Wow attended So So Def and WE tv hosts the exclusive screening of Power, Influence & Hip Hop: The Remarkable Rise Of So So Def and the Season 3 premiere of Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta, held at the London Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. on Tuesday.

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Power couple Tammy Rivera and Waka Flocka joined other reality TV stars at the WE tv premiere of Marriage Boot Camp Hip Hop Edition and Growing Up Hip Hop at Nightingale Nightclub in West Hollywood on Wednesday. Tammy and Waka have had their ups and downs as a married couple, but they've stayed the course and managed to avoid divorce court.

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