Another selfie, another day.
Totally harmless, right? Wrong.
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It's been 20 years since Eazy-E passed away from AIDS, but with the recent success of Straight Outta Compton – which told the tale of E and all the other artists making up NWA — people are once again wondering just how the icon contracted the deadly disease in the first place.
And now, one rapper claims to know the truth about the late legend's untimely end. Frost, whose real name is Arturo Molina, Jr. opened up about the tragedy in an upcoming documentary called For the Record: The Story of Latinos in Hip Hop.
He says a man who — in West Coast rap — goes by "the devil" made sure Eazy's acupuncture needles contained the virus, saying:
"I'm-a tell you what happened with Eazy getting AIDS and I believe this to this day. I don't care if you guys got it on film. You can tell the world. They gave him tainted needles with acupuncture. Needles that tainted him, they gave it to him."
That's certainly one way to re-open a conspiracy theory. Frost was too anxious to reveal the suspect's actual name, but the late hitmaker was known to have an ongoing feud with Suge Knight.
In fact, after Straight Outta Compton was released, an old Jimmy Kimmel clip of an interview with the Death Row Records CEO made the internet rounds, showing the producer saying:
Caitlyn Jenner requested to legally change her name just ten days ago. And now it's official! Yay!
A judge in the L.A. Superior Court approved it on Friday, granting her name to be changed to Caitlyn Marie Jenner, as well as an official change in gender!
Doesn't her name have such a beautiful ring to it??
Anyway, this is a HUGE milestone for the reality starlet! While she wasn't present for the hearing since she sent her attorneys, we hope this means she's celebrating with a party or something today.
Or at least when she receives her new birth certificate!
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This is great news if you're a Potterhead and somewhat awful news if you have a short attention span…
We were blown away when we heard that J.K. Rowling was crafting a brand-new Harry Potter story, but it was music to our ears when we found out that the new chapter was actually going to be told in the form of a musical!
Well, it's been three months since Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was officially announced, and now the team behind the West End production dropped yet another major bomb.
As it turns out, the musical is so grand that it's actually being cut into two 2-hour long parts that will be shown at different times!
Kind of exactly how Deathly Hallows worked in theaters, now only done on the stage.
J.K. made the big reveal herself on Friday, saying:
Kate Middleton really knows how to rock a classy look!
On Friday, Kate looked like total perfection as she visited female prisoners in a well-fitted heather grey dress. The royal was there on behalf of Addicted Prisoners Trust, an addiction charity that works to help prisoners dependent on drugs and alcohol.
Not only was the mom of two's charity skills on point, but so was her look! The matching clutch and soft make-up really went well with the form-fitting ensemble. Not to mention the outfit was totally event appropriate!
Hopefully Kate was able to learn something from the prisoners stories and that a positive experience was had by all.
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What a good friend.
For those who don't know, Ali's family members were kidnapped on September 4 and then found dead on September 19. Investigators say the two were found in a rural area and sustained traumatic brain injuries. Prosecutors believe the slayings were connected to gang activity in the area.
Needless to say, the tragedy has been especially difficult for Landry and it's no surprise her BFF is lending her a shoulder to cry on. The gorgeous gals have been friends for YEARS and often go to mommy events in Hollywood with their children, so we imagine Richards was one of the first confidantes Landry called upon hearing the news.
We wish the best to Ali and her family during this difficult time.
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