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Congrats are in order for rapper Lil Kim…
According to TheUrbanDaily:
Lil Kim has given birth to her first child, a baby girl she named Royal Reign.
She was born June 9 at 9:58 a.m., according to Entertainment Tonight, at at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. Royal Reign weighed 6 pounds and 5 ounces and measured at 19.5 inches long.
She first announced she was pregnant at The Blonds Fashion Week after party back in February.
The Actor who played Biggie Smalls from the “Notorious” movie was recently arrested.
According to TMZ:
Jamal Woolard was arrested Saturday night in Gwinnett County, GA after police responded to a call about a domestic dispute.
According to law enforcement sources … Woolard’s 15-year-old stepson made the call to cops … and said, “Dad hit Mom.” We’re told Woolard’s wife told the boy to make the call.
38-year-old Woolard — who played Biggie Smalls in the 2009 biopic “Notorious” — was booked for battery, cruelty to children, and simple assault.
According to CNN:
The deal is off. The suit is on.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is withdrawing his support for the sale of his team and is asking his lawyer to go ahead with a $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA.
“From the onset, I did not want to sell the Los Angeles Clippers. I have worked for 33 years to build the Team,” Sterling said in a statement, forwarded to CNN by his lawyer Max Blecher.
Referring to NBA commissioner, Sterling added, “I believe that Adam Silver acted in haste by illegally ordering the forced sale of the Clippers, banning me for life from the NBA and imposing the fine. … The action taken by Adam Silver and the NBA constitutes a violation of my rights and fly in the face of the freedoms that are afforded to all Americans.”
It’s exactly the kind of move that made Silver wary of the litigious Sterling.
“He’s unsold his club several times over the years,” Silver told CNN’s Rachel Nichols in an exclusive interview this week.
“There’s well-noted incidents in the league when he was right there at a closing and at the last minute decided not to sell.”
Sterling, 80, has been embroiled in controversy since a recording of a conversation with friend V. Stiviano revealed he made a series of racist comments.
The comments sparked outrage among NBA players, executives and fans. The commissioner fined Sterling $2.5 million and pushed to terminate all of his ownership rights in the franchise.
“To be clear, I am extremely sorry for the hurtful statements I made privately,” Sterling said in his statement. “I made those statements in anger and out of jealousy all in the context of a private conversation. While this is not an excuse for the statements, like every other American, I never imagined that my private conversation would be made public.”
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