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Kanye West Tries To End Tidal Deal… But There’s A Catch

Uh oh, Kanye West has a BIG problem with Jay-Z‘s content streaming service, Tidal. Apparently he’s been unhappy for a while and also contends he’s still owed $3 million by the company. Sources say that a month ago Kanye’s lawyer sent a letter to Tidal, saying the company was in breach and the contract was terminated. Over the next two weeks lawyers for both sides tried to resolve the conflict but failed, re ...

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Ava DuVernay To Create Central Park Five Miniseries For Netflix

By Clarissa Hamlin Acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay will add to her socially conscious repertoire of films with an upcoming Netflix miniseries about a group of five young Black men, known as the Central Park Five, who were wrongfully prosecuted for a violent gang rape of a White female jogger in New York City’s Central Park in 1989, according to The Hollywood Reporter. DuVernay will write and direct the fiv ...

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Kevin Hart Honored In Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — Standing in front of a new mural of his face painted on a cheesesteak spot around the corner from his childhood home, comedian Kevin Hart celebrated his 38th birthday last Thursday in true superstar style: with his very own holiday. The city’s native son returned to Max’s Steaks in his old north Philadelphia neighborhood for the recently dubbed “Kevin Hart Day,” a block party that drew more t ...

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Janet Jackson Heads To Divorce Court

By Sonya Eskridge Janet Jacskon came face-to-face with her estranged husband for the first time in months as they met up in court. Divorce proceedings have begun as Janet and Wissam Al Mana went before a judge. reports that they were each spotted separately outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London. Janet was escorted to court by her assistant, but Wissam came out by himself.The split came just ...

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Judge Relents, Mistrial Declared in Cosby Sex Assault Case

By Stacy M. Brown (NNPA Newswire Contributor) NORRISTOWN—Saturday morning, Montgomery County Judge Steven T. O’Neill finally bent to the will of the jury and declared a mistrial in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case. “The legacy remains intact,” said Andrew Wyatt, the longtime spokesman for the legendary entertainer. “For Gloria Allred and all those other lawyers, tell them to go back to law school and take a ...

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