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Columbus Short clearly hasn’t had any chill in a while and does not understand how restraining orders work.
According to TMZ:
Ex-“Scandal” star Columbus Short is playing a dangerous and illegal game of cat and mouse … repeatedly contacting his estranged wife in violation of a court order … so claims his ex.
Tanee McCall-Short‘s lawyer claimed in court Wednesday he repeatedly violated a stay away order … contacting Tanee on 6 separate occasions.
Short’s lawyer could have asked to hold Columbus in contempt, but instead the attorney asked the judge to make the temporary order permanent. The judge is considering what to do … in the meantime the restraining order was extended to July 30th.
Welp! Columbus Short maybe he will learn after this court appearance.
According to TMZ:
Rapper/pastor Mase believes his wife is such an embarrassment to their church, he’s banished her from the pulpit … and it all has to do with hitting the bottle.
Mase is now blocking Twyla Betha from spreading the gospel on their pulpit … all because she was busted for DUI and pled guilty last month. She blew a .14 … nearly twice the legal limit.
Mase apparently thinks drunk driving is blasphemy … so he told Twyla to get flocked. And, we’re told the church elders and parishioners think Twyla is a hypocrite because she preached that drunkenness is a sin … which she committed, so they’re down with the ban.
According to Black America Web:
Fox News is tapping Stacey Dash to join their team as a regular contributor and we actually think it’s a good move for the conservative beauty.
She’s made numerous guest appearances on various Fox News shows, and according to reports the 47-year-old actress is in talks to sign a permanent deal with the network. Although we may not always agree with her stance, there’s doubting her ability to spark heated conversations on the web and social media.
Dash, an outspoken republican, made her first appearance on the conservative radar in 2012 when she endorsed Mitt Romney for president. Following a huge Twitter backlash, she tweeted, “Perhaps I publicly endorsed Romney from a slightly naive place, thinking that I could speak my voice without being criticized in such racially charged and hateful tones.”
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