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Last year rapper Future's baby mama, Brittni Mealy, put him on blast for ruining his son's 8th birthday party by cursing out the boy.

Future also allegedly told the boy he was going to shoot his mother.

This week the 37-year-old autotune rapper took things a bit too far when he texted a vulgar message about Brittni to his son.

"HE TEXTS THIS TO A CHILD!" Brittni wrote in all caps on Instagram.

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She took a screen grab of the text message on her phone's lock screen that showed her son's photo and the date, August 10.

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Brittni further alleged that Future was mad because she stopped sleeping with him. But other sources say it's the other way around. They say Brittni is vindictive and bitter because Future has been spending all of his time with his current girlfriend, aspiring rapper Dess Dior.

It's a well-known fact that Brittni always made herself available to Future whenever he needed a booty call.

She wrote in all caps on Instagram:

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In a follow-up post, she wrote: "CHILD ABUSE."

As Brittni's meltdown caught the attention of bloggers, Future's mom weighed in and suggested her grandson's mother was an attention seeker with mental health issues.

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Future's mom struck a nerve with Brittni, who responded in a very disrespectful tone. She told Future's meddling mom to come and pick up Future's clothes.

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She added: "When my kids [turn] 40 I'm staying out they business [sic]."

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Future responded on Twitter by tweeting simply "Pray for Her."

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Former president Barack Obama responded indirectly to leaked text messages that reveal Hunter Biden is comfortable using a racial slur among his friends.

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In a new interview with Anderson Cooper, Obama praised his daughters, Sasha, left, and Malia, right, for their personal views on "cancel culture," saying his girls don't expect everyone to be perfect.

"[T]hey have a pretty good sense of 'Look, we don't expect everybody to be perfect. We don't expect everybody to be politically correct all the time, but we are going to call out institutions or individuals if they are being cruel.'"

Some social media users suggest Obama knew the texts would leak, and he was getting ahead of the scandal by rationalizing Hunter's behavior as imperfect.

"If @DonaldJTrumpJr had just ONE text like this, the media mob would be enraged!!! Where is the #cancelculture," wrote one Twitter user.

Another user wrote: "Imagine if this were Don Jr.

The overload of outrage would break Twitter."

Exclusive emails obtained by DailyMail.com reveal Hunter Biden used the N-word in multiple text messages to his white attorney, George Mesires.

The U.S. president's son dropped the N-word multiple times in text messages to his own lawyer -- who didn't object to the word.

In a December 2018 text exchange, Hunter, 51, wrote, "How much money do I owe you. Becaause [sic] ni**a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates."

In another text exchange with his attorney, Hunter wrote: "And I only love you because you're black."

His attorney replied: "It's so annoying when you interject with frivolity."

Hunter responded: "True dat ni**a."

So far, Mesires has not commented on the brewing scandal publicly.

As of Wednesday, only Fox News, Yahoo News, the Washington Examiner and the NY Post had covered Hunter's text message scandal.

Twitter user and conservative journalist Benny (@bennyjohnson) wrote:

"Weird how everyone who screamed about 'racism' & 'white supremacy' for the last 4 years are completely *silent* about member of the First Family Hunter Biden using the N-word multiple times along with racist stereotypes & memes.

Isn't this what you have been waiting for?"

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Exclusive emails obtained by DailyMail.com reveal Hunter Biden is very comfortable using the N-word among his white friends.

The U.S. president's son dropped the N-word multiple times in text messages to his own lawyer -- who didn't object to the word.

In a December 2018 text exchange, Hunter, 51, wrote, "How much money do I owe you. Becaause [sic] ni**a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates."

In another text exchange with his attorney, who is Caucasian, Hunter wrote: "And I only love you because you're black."

His attorney replied: "It's so annoying when you interject with frivolity."

Hunter responded: "True dat ni**a."

The text exchange was recovered from a laptop confirmed to belong to Hunter.

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Also on the laptop was a meme of former President Barack Obama embracing his then-vice president Biden. Obama is pictured with Joe and Hunter in a photo dated January 30, 2010.

The meme reads: "Obama: Gonna miss you, man Joe: Can I say it? Just this once? Obama: *sigh* go ahead Joe: You my n***a, Barack"

The texts emerged just days after Hunter's father, Joe Biden gave a speech on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre in Oklahoma.

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As the texts went viral on Tuesday, many on social media said Hunter Biden is "cool," and they see no problem with his use of the N-word.

One DailyMail.com reader wrote:

"All the Mail readers cry themselves to sleep every night because Biden whooped their boy in the election and his son is cool."

The story was barely covered by the majority Democrat news media in America.

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The Houston lawyer representing Deshaun Watson's accusers has revealed alleged texts from the star quarterback apologizing to a masseuse for making her uncomfortable.

The 25-year-old is under fire for allegedly sexually assaulting massage therapists in the Houston area.

One of the texts shows Watson attempting to schedule an appointment with a masseuse before asking if she's "comfortable with the glute area." In another text exchange from March 30, 2020, Watson allegedly apologizes to an accuser.

"Sorry about you feeling uncomfortable," Watson allegedly wrote. "Never were the intentions. Lmk (let me know) if you want to work in the future. My apologies."

After posting the messages on social media, the attorney, Tony Buzbee, said more texts will be posted in addition to copies of the lawsuits.

Watson vigorously denied the allegations on Twitter, saying that he rejected "a baseless six-figure settlement demand" and that this is "about clearing my name."

"I have never treated any woman with anything other than the utmost respect," Watson said in his statement.

Buzbee announced the first lawsuit on Tuesday. Four more lawsuits have been filed against Watson, bringing the total of lawsuits to seven.

Buzbee also said there are now a total of nine women who plan on suing Watson.

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Antonio Brown's long-suffering baby mama Chelsie Kyriss responded to Internet users who ask why she continues to go back to him.

Chelsie shares three children with the former New England Patriots wide receiver. Earlier this week, Brown went ballistic on Chelsie, hurling profanity at her in front of their children and a small army of police officers who were called to his Hollywood, Florida home.

Chelsie was there to pick up their sons. But she made the mistake of trying to drive off in her Bentley - a gift from Brown which he took back.

Brown live-streamed his meltdown, as police escorted Chelsie and the children to patrol cars.

According to Snitch, Brown texted Chelsie and begged her for sex prior to her arrival. She had every reason to believe he would be lucid and stable when she arrived, but she was wrong.

In one text message he wrote "U going to be back here we going to recommit for our boys u hear me then I want to feel your love no more basic I miss u."

Chelsie captioned the text: "This is what happens when you refuse to go back!"

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Text messages allegedly sent by Antonio Brown to Britney Taylor, the woman who accused him of rape, have been released. Taylor filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday, accusing the All-Pro wide receiver of raping her on multiple occasions.

After the alleged rapes, Taylor, 28, claims Brown sent her disparaging text messages before apologizing soon afterwards.

Taylor says she met Brown in Bible study when they were student-athletes at Central Michigan University. Brown hired her as his personal trainer in June 2017. The rapes allegedly occurred in June 2017.

The profanity-laced text messages, which are dated June 29, appear to show Brown accusing Taylor and her mother of plotting to "come up" by accusing him of misconduct.

In one message, Brown, 31, tells Taylor, "Next time u n your momma plotting on a come up make sure u all hoes pick the right man dum ass hoes!" [sic].

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The former gymnast said the first rape incident occurred when "Brown exposed himself and kissed [her] without her consent."

Taylor says she forgave Brown after he apologized and promised it would never happen again.

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The second rape occurred not long after the first incident, when Taylor claims "Brown cornered [her] forced her onto a bed, shoved her face into the mattress, and forcibly raped her" from behind.

She said she resisted but Brown was "too strong and physically overpowered her." He continued the assault despite her saying "No" and pleading with him to "Stop."

After accepting his second apology, Taylor believed he was sincere. Then the third rape happened, according to court papers.

Through her attorneys, the attractive born-again Christian says she came forward to help other women and not for monetary gain.

"As a rape victim of Antonio Brown, deciding to speak out has been an incredibly difficult decision... Speaking out removes the shame that I have felt for the past year and places it on the person responsible for my rape."

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J-Lo, 47, and A-Rod, 41, began dating a few months ago, but A-Rod has reportedly been in contact with an ex-girlfriend, who is now demanding money for her silence.

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