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Spotted: Breezy Shaking Off GMA Scandal At The Bball Court

Chris Brown lets off some steam in the best way he knows how: on the court. In lew of the very recent GMA fiasco that took place this morning, Chris decided to not dwell on the drama and took to the West 4th street courts to play a game of ball. Shoutout to @jozenc for the twitpic and a quote that followed "Chris Brown ain't in jail, he's right here, playin ball on West 4th St courts. Seriously"

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Bobby Shmurda Shares Honest Thoughts On Criminal Justice Reform

While Bobby Shmurda awaits his prison release in 2020, the "Hot Ni**a" rapper remains vocal and opinionated on certain topics of contention, specifically criminal justice reform. The subject was discussed on SiriusXM's "Hip Hop Nation" on March 25 where the Brooklyn native dialed in to unveil his thoughts on the fight to reconstruct the incarceration and parole system, and Meek Mill's reform initiative.

"Like I tell people all the time, I respect what he doing. I can't do it though," Shmurda admitted. "I can talk to the kids but I ain't about to be sitting here protesting and politicking for no motherfu**ing cops because them motherfu**ers don't care. They've been killing motherfu**ers since Rodney King. People got to realize this sh*t."

Earlier this year, Meek alongside Jay-Z and other board members from the sports and business sectors launched the Reform Alliance. The organization plans to "dramatically reduce the number of people who are unjustly under the control of the criminal justice system." The outlet will look to the parole and probation system as points of change.

Shmurda later referenced Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for equality but shared that he couldn't walk in his shoes given the amount of adversity and negativity that came his way. The 24-year-old artist noted that other modes of action besides "talking" need to take place.

"This sh*t ain't gon' change cause motherfu**ers started talking about it, we gotta take action...They've been beating Rodney King, the motherfu**ers been killing motherfu**ers for how long?" he said. "And it gets the same results."

In 2016, Shmurda began his seven-year sentence for conspiracy to commit murder, drug trafficking, and other charges that include weapons possession.

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Rob Kardashian Will No Longer Have To Pay Blac Chyna Child Support

According to TMZ, the messy custody battle between Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian has come to an end. The site reports that expenses for the former couple's two-year-old daughter Dream will be split 50/50. Kardashian's former monthly payments of $20,000 will no longer apply, and he will not have to pay Chyna a dime.

"The agreement states each parent will only pay for Dream's needs when she's with them ... and things like medical expenses and school will be split down the middle," the site reads. It's also being reported that Rob will have more time with Dream than Chyna will.

While the former couple (who dated, got engaged, had a child and broke up all in the span of a calendar year) has not had the most amicable split, they have appeared cordial enough in court to make the best decision for their daughter.

"Robert and I only concern is what's in the best interest of our daughter that we both equally love," Chyna wrote on Twitter earlier this year. "Additionally, Robert is a wonderful father to our Dreamy!" Despite their differences and messy break-up, it's great to see that their baby will always come first.

Robert and I only concern is what’s in the best interest of our daughter that we both equally love. Additionally, Robert is a wonderful father to our Dreamy! ☘️ https://t.co/zfIcETpriY

— Blac Chyna (@BLACCHYNA) February 26, 2019

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Prepare Thyself: Lil Kim's New Album Will Drop In May

Lil Kim announced via social media early today (Mar. 26) that her new album will drop on May 17. The Queen Bee’s next project is called 9, and will be lead by the single “Go Awff.” In a photo of herself in a blonde wig and a Balenciaga outfit, the big news was unveiled.

Additionally, Kim wrote that a video for “Go Awff” will drop this Friday (Mar. 26). She told fans over the weekend during a performance in Atlantic City, N.J. that the album would drop within the next few months, and will feature a Rick Ross collaboration.

The number 9 bears a special significance in Kim’s life. June 9 is the day her daughter Royal Reign was born, and March 9 was the day her dear friend, the rapper The Notorious B.I.G., was killed. Additionally, this is her ninth project (five albums and four mixtapes).

This will be Kim’s first official album since 2005’s The Naked Truth, which featured the singles “Lighters Up” and “Whoa.” Since then, she’s appeared on multiple tracks from artists such as Remy Ma, Keyshia Cole and Maino, just to name a few.

Watch her announcement and listen to “Go Awff” below.

LIL’ KIM ANNOUNCED HER NEW ALBUM “9” RELEASE DATE....May 17th 2019. Will you be supporting Queen Bee? pic.twitter.com/jvr7wNNGwR

— E S S E N C E O F S E A N (@SEAN_THE_FINALE) March 24, 2019

Drip Too Hard 💧 | #GoAwff Video out Friday 🎥 | New Album “9” drops May 17th 💿 pic.twitter.com/FjPM47dEbo

— Lil' Kim (@LilKim) March 26, 2019

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