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Migos rapper Offset spoke with "Extra TV's" Rachel Lindsay about welcoming his second child with wife Cardi B.

"Yeah, she's doing good," he said of his wife who is carrying his fifth child. "It's another blessing. God is good."

Their daughter Kulture just turned 3 in July.

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Offset also opened up to Extra TV about his HBO Max reality show "The Hype", the streetwear competition series on HBO Max.

He said he enjoys working with Cardi, who is guest starring on The Hype.

"Working with her is always a beautiful thing. She's my wife, so working with her is always magical. She gonna come with the sauce and spunk."

The program gives the opportunity to 10 streetwear lovers to compete in a series of challenges focusing on the fashion industry, designing, and the latest street trends.

Offset is hosting and producing the series.

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"I'm happy to not only be a co-signer for the show but a producer," said Offset, who added "We are giving opportunities to the culture."

Offset also called out the online trolls for body shaming Lizzo over her "Rumors" music video with Cardi B.

"You gotta stand up for our Black women 'cause they're always being torn down and beat down the most, I feel like. And they're the strongest... So we gotta uplift them... especially the ones that are uplifted and doing some good. And they comfortable in their skin... It's a beautiful thing."

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Lizzo proudly displayed a custom black tank top with the words "FAKE BOOBS" and "LIZZO" while out on a date with a mystery man.

The morbidly obese singer stepped out on a dinner date with her new beau at celebrity hotspot Craigs in West Hollywood.

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She showed off her curves in a black tank top which she paired with a pair of daisy dukes short shorts with tassels and a custom diamond engraved purse, also emblazoned with her name. You can't say Lizzo doesn't love herself!

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The happy couple tried to keep a low profile as he stepped out of the vehicle first, and a minute later Lizzo stepped out by herself.

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Last week Lizzo stepped out on a dinner date by herself. She wore a black T-shirt with a print of her rear end and the words "Enuff to feed the needy" on the front.

She captioned the image: "Believe me sweetie… I got enuff to feed the needy."

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Lizzo joins Matthew McConaughey and other Hollywood stars who say cleanliness is an overrated experience.

The pop singer, born Melissa Viviane Jefferson, claims she smells better by not using deodorant under her arms.

Lizzo says she agrees with the actor who stopped wearing deodorant and says he doesn't have an odor.

The morbidly obese 33-year-old pop star shared an old article about the actor's decision to stop wearing deodorant back in 2005.

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"Ok... I'm w him on this one," she wrote on Instagram. "I stopped using deodorant and I smell BETTER."

Actress Yvette Nicole Brown, who appeared in "Tropic Thunder" alongside McConaughey, recently revealed he doesn't have body odor issues despite not using deodorant.

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"I remember that Matthew McConaughey said that he did not use deodorant and that he did not have an odor," Brown told the "Today" show.

"My first thought was, 'I'm going to get as close as I can to him to see if he's right.'

"He does not have an odor. He smells like granola and good living. That's all I can say. He has a sweet, sweet scent that is just him. It's not musty or crazy."

Lizzo was impressed by what she heard, and has decided to stop wearing deodorant as well.

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Some celebrities revealed their peculiar hygiene habits after Hollywood power couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher said they rarely bathe their children.

The couple went viral when they revealed they don't wash their children unless they see dirt on their skin.

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Offset is pleading with Internet trolls to leave his wife, Cardi B, and fellow rapper Lizzo alone. The Migos rapper begged trolls to stop harassing Cardi B and Lizzo and just let them "be great".

The Bronx rapper and Lizzo have faced severe backlash after releasing the new music video for their collaboration single "Rumors."

Lizzo was dragged for portraying herself as a goddess in the music video, which was tame by Lizzo's vulgar standards.

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Offset - who has been married to Cardi since 2017 -- told TMZ:

"Let these beautiful black women be great, stop judging. We work hard to be entertainers for the world. Let us be."

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Lizzo recently broke down crying in a YouTube video, as she revealed she's received hateful comments from fat-shamers and "racists."

The R&B/pop star fought back tears as she said:

"I just feel like I'm seeing negativity directed towards me in the most weirdest way. People saying s**t about me that just doesn't even make sense.

"It's fat-phobic, and it's racist and it's hurtful. If you don't like my music, cool. If you don't like Rumors the song, cool."

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The singer confessed to being shocked by the online hate:

"I make music that I like, that's important to me, and I make music that I hope helps people.

"I'm not making music for white people - I'm not making music for anybody. I'm a black woman making music. I make black music, period. I'm not serving anyone but myself. Everyone is invited to a Lizzo show, to a Lizzo song."

Facebook recently deleted comments and blocked dozens of Internet trolls. Facebook officials vowed to monitor Lizzo's timeline for more hate, which will be dealt with swiftly.

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Facebook has deleted thousands of comments and banned trolls who taunted Lizzo's wight and made racist comments about her.

The "Truth Hurts" singer broke down and wept in a YouTube video after trolls hurled "fatphobic and racist" remarks about her new single "Rumors" featuring Cardi B.

YouTube users rated the single a flop and called Lizzo "mammy" because she portrayed a goddess in the music video.

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READ ALSO: Lizzo breaks down in tears (again) on YouTube
 
Wearing a stocking cap on her head and wiping tears from her eyes, Lizzo said:

"On the days that I should be the happiest, I just feel so down... I work so hard. I've been working triple time... doing 12 hours a day of promos and interviews... going to the studio with a f**king root canal...

"I'm putting so much love and energy into the world, and sometimes I feel like the world don't love me back."

The 33-year-old songbird returned to the Internet on Tuesday, after Facebook took action against her tormenters.

She thanked supporters for their positive energy and said it was "important" for her to express her anxiety and depression that day.

"We really need to check ourselves and how we treat people," she said.

"I'm not crying for me. Yeah, I'm successful, I'm happy, I strive for joy every single day. I'm balanced, I'm blessed. But I just be feeling for the world. This sh-t ain't right. We shouldn't talk to people like that. We shouldn't normalize treating people this way."

Following her mental breakdown, social media bosses removed thousands of nasty comments on Lizzo's Facebook and Instagram pages.

According to TMZ, Facebook officials banned the accounts of trolls from both social media sites.

They will continue to monitor Lizzo's timelines and remove toxic comments, so the fragile singer doesn't end up in a mental hospital.

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Lizzo suffered another humiliating mental health breakdown after YouTube users "fat-shamed" her and called her "mammy."

The rapper went live on YouTube on Sunday to call out trolls who fat shamed and her made racist comments, calling her "mammy."

The attacks unfolded after Lizzo premiered her music video for her song "Rumors" featuring rapper Cardi B.

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YouTube users rated the single a flop and attacked Lizzo's weight and the fact that she portrayed a goddess in the music video.
 
READ ALSO: Video Premiere: Lizzo ft. Cardi B – Rumors (Dirty)
 
Wearing a stocking cap on her head and wiping tears from her eyes, Lizzo said:

"On the days that I should be the happiest, I just feel so down... I work so hard. I've been working triple time... doing 12 hours a day of promos and interviews... going to the studio with a f**king root canal...

"I'm putting so much love and energy into the world, and sometimes I feel like the world don't love me back."

The 33-year-old songbird was upset that "racist" fans called her "mammy" and accused her of catering to white audiences.

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"There are a lot of hurtful words that trigger a lot of deep feelings today...," she said.

"I'm gonna keep on bringing this music out and I'm gonna keep on doing what I wanna do. It's just an honest moment. I'm OK.

"Have a good day. Stream Rumors. F**k the haters. That's what this song is all about... God bless you."

Cardi responded to her collaborator's heartbreaking video, writing:

"When you stand up for yourself they claim your problematic & sensitive. When you don't they tear you apart until you crying like this. Whether you skinny, big, plastic, they going to always try to put their insecurities on you. Remember these are nerds looking at the popular table [sic]."

Cardi also denied the song is a flop by noting the single is in the Top 10 on all platforms.

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"Rumors is doing great. Stop trying to say the song is flopping to dismiss a woman emotions on bullying or acting like they need sympathy. The song is top 10 on all platforms. Body shaming and callin her mammy is mean & racist as f--k."

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Lizzo insists Cardi B has "changed the game forever" for female artists in hip-hop.

The 33-year-old singer teamed-up with the "Bodak Yellow" rapper to record "Rumors" together.

Lizzo raps: "If you thought that I was ratched with my a** hanging out, just wait until the summer when they let me out the house B*TCH!"

Asked what she loves about working with Cardi, Lizzo explained: "Cardi B is the ultimate. She, to me, has always done it right.

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"Everything that she said, every way that she's reacted because you know why? It's because she was true to herself the whole time. She's a ground breaker. You can't deny her ability. She's a superstar.

"She has changed the game forever for a lot of us, a lot of women. I don't even think she realizes she's doing it because it's just like, I'm trying to just be successful. I'm trying to get this money. I want to live a happy life. She just follows her heart. That's what I love about her."

Lizzo says she was determined to work with Cardi, 28, as soon as the possibility arose.

She told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1:

"There was no one else for it. There was literally no one else. From the day the ink dried on her Atlantic contract, I said, 'Please get me on a song with Cardi B.' She's just funny. I like funny people and she can rap. You know what I'm saying?"

Lizzo also feels that working with Cardi makes her more "cool".

"I was a nerd. All the people back home in the SWAT and A Leaf who are going to see this music video, I'm in a music video with Cardi B. And I was walking through the hallways with sweaty hair, reading fantasy novels. A nerd, a geek, a band nerd. And I cried because I was like, what a full circle moment. I made it. I always wanted to be cool. You know what I'm saying?"

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Lizzo shared a snippet of her new track "Rumors," featuring Cardi B over the weekend.

After teasing the new track on TikTok over the weekend, the "Good as Hell" singer took to Instagram on Monday to share a FaceTime Call in which the "Bodak Yellow" star confirmed she hopped on the new song.

Lizzo greets Cardi with "Good morning motherf**ker" in the FaceTime clip. "That's who it's featuring y'all, period," she said, before revealing her sleepy-looking pal with the joke: "It's Harry Styles!"

Lizzo first hinted at the track last week with an Instagram post proclaiming, "NEW ERA B**CH. 'RUMORS'. 8/13".

The "Juice" rapper captioned the video, "GUESS WHOS HOPPIN ON 'RUMORS' W/ ME?!?".

The upcoming song is the Grammy winner's first single since her 2019 album, Cuz I Love You.

"Rumors" is due to premiere on Friday, Aug. 13.

Cardi is guesting on a number of tracks in 2021. She's since featured on DJ Khaled's "Big Paper", Migos' "Type S**t," and Normani's "Wild Side."

The pregnant rapper canceled all upcoming concert gigs after she made two unscheduled trips to an emergency room in Atlanta last month.
 

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Songstress Lizzo denies a wild rumor that she crushed a fan while stage-diving during a recent concert.

The 33-year-old "Good as Hell" singer took to Instagram to inform her 10 million followers that they shouldn't believe a word of the vicious rumor.

"So I've seen a lot of annoying things about me on the internet but the thing that bothers me the most is this rumor that I stage-dived at a concert and killed somebody," she said in a video.
 

READ ALSO: Chet Hanks shoots his shot at Lizzo after she was rejected by Chris Evans

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"Like that rumor is a f***ing lie first of all. I've never stage-dived in my life. And b*tch how, like, kill somebody? Y'all really gonna put that on my mother***ing name? Like I know I'm big but b*tch I'm not that f***ing big!"

She then belly-flopped onto her bed to prove her innocence and said: 'B*tch!'

She captioned the video, "STOP THE [cap emoji]."

"Cap" is Internet slang for "lies."

In a previous post, Lizzo addressed her deep fear of catching Covid-19.

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"I don't care who you are. You could be the nicest person. You could be vaccinated. You could be quadruple vaccinated. If you see me, please give me 6 feet. This s**t is coming back. COVID. And people being real sloppy with personal space.

"Because it's not you. It's me. I'm not trying to catch nothing. I don't even want to catch feelings, bitch. You think I'm trying to catch COVID?"

 

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Chet Hanks wants Lizzo to know he's interested in dating her after she was politely rejected by actor Chris Evans.

The "Truth Hurts" singer revealed she drunkenly slid into Chris's DMs on TikTok over the weekend.

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The "Avengers" star let her down easy, saying, "No shame in a drunk DM."

"God knows I've done worse on this app lol," he added. Chris was referring to the penis photo he accidentally posted to Instagram in September.

Now Chet has his heart set on wooing Lizzo after she was politely rejected by Chris Evans.

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He wrote a message to Lizzo on his Instagram stories: "if it don’t work out w captain America im here baby WBS BQS."

WBS means White Boy Summer and BQS stands for Black Queen Summer.

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Chet is newly single after his ex-girlfriend Kiana Parker cracked his head open with a cast iron pot.

Chet, 30, posted images of his bleeding head wound on social media.

Kiana is suing Chet for $1 million, alleging he was abusive to her throughout their relationship.

The couple broke up on Jan. 6, but violence erupted when she went to the home they once shared to pick up her things.

She said Chet followed her around the home, and was "hostile" to her. When he allegedly picked up a knife and lunged toward her, she hit him with a pot.

Kiana's affidavit claims Chet tried to take the phone she used to record the incident. She also alleged he "kicked Parker's legs and caused her to fall as he dragged her across the pavement."

It's a good thing they broke up before they killed each other.

Chet is the son of A-list actor Tom Hanks and actress Rita Wilson. He's an aspiring rapper who performs under the stage name Chet Haze.

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