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R. Kelly's fiancée Joycelyn Savage caused a buzz on Friday when she released a mini tell-all book claiming she was carrying his baby.

The eBook titled "Love and Joy of Robert" revealed the bombshell that Kelly's former live-in lover was pregnant with his baby.

In her pamphlet, available on Amazon, the 26-year-old author claims she learned she was with child in June, a day after Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison for trafficking young women.

"I thought I had contracted Covid-19, but the most amazing news of all was that I was expecting," she wrote.

Kelly, 55, has been incarcerated for three years. Joycelyn didn't explain how she fell pregnant when he was never allowed conjugal visits in jail.

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Joycelyn said she relayed the baby news to Kelly in jail. "Robert is extremely excited about the news that I am having a baby and feel sad that Robert will not be able to be here with us," she wrote.

Joycelyn was 19 when her family first met R. Kelly at an Atlanta Boutique owned by her mother, Jonjelyn Savage.

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A few years later, they attempted to arrange an intervention with her because she had been skipping her college classes, Joycelyn's father, Tim Savage, told 11 Alive in 2019.

Joycelyn eventually dropped out of college and moved into Kelly's leased mansion near Atlanta. She soon cut ties with her heartbroken parents (pictured above).

Meanwhile, Kelly's attorney Jennifer Bonjean told TMZ that Joycelyn is "certainly not pregnant with R. Kelly's child."

Bonjean suggested that Joycelyn may be off her rocker.

She tells TMZ that some "people are just insane."
 

What is Phantom Pregnancy?

Phantom pregnancy is a phenomenon that feels like a real pregnancy, but it is not actually a real pregnancy.

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Phantom pregnancy is a psychological disorder. The physical symptoms of phantom pregnancy include enlarged abdomen, morning sickness, breast changes, weight gain, urinary frequency, food cravings, and more.

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Former President Donald Trump lost a breach of contract lawsuit against Omarosa Manigault Newman and was ordered to pay $1.3 million in legal fees.

Omarosa, who was fired in 2018 as the White House Director of communications, wrote a tell-all book about her experience working in the White House.

In her book titled "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House," Omarosa called her former boss a "racist, a bigot, and a misogynist".

Trump filed a lawsuit against Omarosa for violating the terms of her non-disclosure agreement.

However, an arbitrator ruled against Trump, saying the wording of the NDA was "highly problematic," and Omarosa was incapable of understanding when she was in breach of contract.

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Additionally, the arbitrator said Omarosa signed a NDA while she worked on Trump's presidential campaign. But she did not sign one when she worked in the White House.

The Arbitrator ordered Trump to pay Omarosa $1.3 million to cover her legal fees.

After the ruling was announced, Omarosa, who says she is a first year law student, tweeted:

"First year law student vs. #45’s entire legal team. (David vs. Goliath)... Now pardon me as I get back to studying for my Contract Law final exam."

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August Alsina denies rumors that he is shopping a tell-all book about his alleged "entanglement" with Jada Pinkett Smith.

According to published reports, Alsina was shopping a tell-all book after Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock at the Oscar Awards on March 27.

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Jada, 50, used the term "entanglement" to describe her elicit affair with the 29-year-old singer.

As rumors swirled about a tell-all book, the hip-hop artist told his 6.7 million Instagram followers they need Jesus. He also encouraged them to "go find sum'n safe to do" rather than spread unfounded rumors about him.

"What would be the need to write a book about my supposed "sex life" with ANYBODY, EVER, in life?" he wrote on Instagram.

"[T]hey've written several fantasies, hypotheticals & fictions based about me on wattapad. If vou're looking for that kind of entertainment, go read those! Read the book called "HOLY BIBLE" while you're at it too," he wrote.

"[F]or whomever created and believed these lies. I'm just living my life, trying to create peace, from all the glass and broken pieces of hearts, in the life of my own and ones connected to me. Lastly; Why would one look to make that "type" of money, eating from the lowest of fruit, when God's promise is GREAT HARVEST? I'm Gods very Own, so HE makes me RICH! & Not just in spirit. Be blessed. -King SiNA' now go find sum'n safe2do 9."

August also addressed the rumor on Twitter.

"No!," he wrote in response to a tweet about the alleged book. "It would make you a messy thotBox of a supposed 'man,' for being [on Twitter] based off lies concerning where my stick goes," he said, while adding the eggplant emoji.
 

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Donald Trump and his legal team worked into the night after a bombshell New York Times article quoted a former White House aid who heard Trump say he would withhold aid to the Ukraine.

At least 2 Republican senators appear to be reconsidering their vote to call witnesses during the Senate impeachment trial.

According to the New York Times article, former National Security Advisor John Bolton confirmed there was a quid pro quo by Trump. Bolton said he heard Trump say he would refuse to releases hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to the Ukraine unless they helped investigate corruption by former VP Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

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But Trump accused Bolton (pictured right) of outright lies. Trump sent out a series of late-night tweets insisting he never had that conversation with Bolton or adviser Rudy Giuliani. The president said Bolton made up the allegations to sell books.

House Democrats declined to call Bolton to testify during the House impeachment hearings in December. But House impeachment managers insist Republican senators should call Bolton to hear his crucial testimony.

According to an unpublished manuscript of Bolton's new book, Trump said he would freeze military aid to Ukraine unless it helped investigate the Bidens.

Democrats need at least 4 senators to vote with them to call new witnesses to testify.

Two GOP senators, including Maine Senator Susan Collins, have indicated they will reconsider their decisions not to call witnesses.

The Senate trial was scheduled to wrap up on Friday, but the shocking new developments may extend the trial for weeks.

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This is the same publicist who claimed my exclusive interview with Mr. Sanders was all lies.

What's surprising is Deion even giving Bowyer the time of day.

A quick Google search of Bowyer's name reveals her colorful history, which includes an arrest and wild accusations that comedian Chris Rock fathered her baby.

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