Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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Tameka "Tiny" Harris is setting the record straight!
Prior to the official statement, stories about the rapper's alleged cheating surfaced online. The reports went on to describe how Tameka intended to be a single parent to their 4-month-old and six other children.
Debunking the salacious rumors, the couple's rep stated:
"Tiny has read so much about her marriage in the past few weeks that it's time to set the record straight and really educate everyone on the facts. Certain blogs have 'reported' that she's going to be a single mom, she's getting a divorce, she has a new residence and everything in between. On behalf of Mrs. Harris, this is the truth – Tameka and TI are good. They love each other and they have a beautiful family with seven amazing children. For them, it will always be family over everything."
Phew! We're glad there's no truth to the tabloid reports!
Stay strong, you two!
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Khloé Kardashian and Trey Songz are still an item!!
The flames, who were last linked after the reality TV starlet's 32nd birthday bash, were seen partying it up at a Los Angeles strip club Tuesday night!
While we haven't heard much about the sexy twosome since, multiple eyewitness say they saw the sexy pair walk into Crazy Girls — except they weren't entirely alone.
Rapper T.I. supposedly walked in with them, which must have made for an interesting trio.
This is so sad.
Toya Wright's two brothers Rudy and Josh were reportedly shot to death in New Orleans over the weekend.
According to reports from TMZ and others, New Orleans police found two men suffering multiple gun shot wounds in a car very early Sunday morning.
The police have not yet officially identified Rudy and Josh to the public, but Toya has — and a few hours ago, she posted to Instagram with the picture of them (above) and a message of shock and sadness (below):
Now that's how you kick off a tour!
On Wednesday evening, Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas launched their highly anticipated Future Now Tour with their first stop at the Philips Arena in Atlanta. Miz Lovato certainly made the opening night EXTRA special by covering Live Your Life with T.I. — oh, and by debuting her new single Body Say for her fans in attendance. AH-Mazing!
What on earth was Zonnique Pullins thinking?!
Late Thursday evening, T.I.'s step-daughter was arrested at an Atlanta airport for attempting to pass through security with a concealed weapon. The disappointing news comes just about a month after two people were shot at one of her step-dad's concerts.
Per court docs via Us Weekly, Z.P. "attempted to go through the TSA checkpoint … while carrying a 380 Ruger semiautomatic pistol." After authorities couldn't locate a permit for the weapon, Ms. Pullins was brought to a local precinct.
Upon arrival at the station, the 20-year-old was promptly arrested and her gun was confiscated. The aspiring singer was then transported to Clayton County Jail and then released on bail.
At this point, T.I. and Zonnique's momma Tameka "Tiny" Harris have kept quiet on the scandal. Considering this has been a horrific month of gun violence, we hope they address Pullins' thoughtless actions.
We'll keep you updated as this case progresses.
Shots rang out at Irving Concert Hall, killing one person and injuring three others. Authorities say the shooting took place in the venue's green room, and identified the fallen victim as rapper Troy Ave's bodyguard, Ronald "Banga" McPhatter, who was pronounced dead at Beth Israel Hospital.
30-year-old Troy Ave was among the three people hurt in the incident.
The No Mediocre rapper hadn't yet hit the stage when the violence started, but now he's offering up his condolences following the scary situation.
Not only is this racist AF, it's in unbelievably poor taste.
However, the tragedy didn't end when the gun went off, because NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton just went on a pretty racially charged tirade against rappers on Thursday morning!
Billy stopped by WCBS 880 less than 12 hours after the murder where he called rappers "basically thugs" and blamed the death on the lifestyle associated with rap music, saying: