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Celebrities You Didn't Know Are The Same Age

Keke Palmer and Ariana Grande

We've already discovered the celebrity dobblegangers, but you'd be surprised to know how many are also the same age. While some celebrities have found the fountain of youth, others aren't aging as nicely. For example: did you know Beyonce and Britney Spears were born the same year or that Taylor Swift and Chris Brown are the same age? Flip the page to see celebs that have the same birth year, but look the complete opposite.

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Ariana Grande and Keke Palmer

Born: 1993

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Soulja Boy and Rita Ora

Rita Ora and Soulja Boy

Born: 1990

Chris Brown Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift and Chris Brown

Born: 1989

Derrick Rose and ASAP Rocky

ASAP Rocky and Derrick Rose

Born: 1988

Adele and Rihanna

Rihanna and Adele

Born: 1988

Colin Keapernick and Bow Wow

Colin Keapernick and Bow Wow

Born: 1987

Lady Gaga and K Michelle

Lady Gaga and K Michelle 

Born: 1986

Bruno Mars and Dwight Howard

Bruno Mars and Dwight Howard

Born: 1985

Ciara and Raven Symone

Ciara and Raven Symone

Born: 1985

Chris Paul, T-Pain, J Cole, and Future

Chris Paul, T-Pain, J Cole, and Future

Born: 1985

Trey Songz, Lebron James, Wale, and Carmelo Anthony

Trey Songz, Lebron James, Wale, and Carmelo Anthony 

Born: 1984

Katy Perry, Khloe Kardashian, Fantasia, and Lauren London

Katy Perry, Khloe Kardashian, Fantasia, and Lauren London

Born: 1984

Amber Rose and Macklemore

Amber Rose and Macklemore

Born: 1983

Nicki Minaj and Kate Middleton

Nicki Minaj and Kate Middleton

Born: 1982

Keyshia Cole and Alicia Keys

Keyshia Cole and Alicia Keys

Born: 1981

Kelly Rowland and natalie Portman

Kelly Rowland and Natalie Portman

Born: 1981

Britney Spears and Beyonce

Britney Spears and Beyoncé

Born: 1981

JENNIFER HUDSON AND MEAGAN GOOD

Jennifer Hudson  Meagan Good

Born: 1981

Ashanti, Jessica Simpson, Christina Aguilera, and Kim Kardashian

Ashanti, Jessica Simpson, Christina Aguilera, and Kim Kardashian

Born: 1980

Kevin Hart and Lamar Odom

Kevin Hart and Lamar Odom 

Born: 1979

Mya, Tatyana Ali, and Brandy

Mya, Tatyana Ali, and Brandy

Born: 1979

Tia,Tamera, and Trina

 Trina, Tia, and Tamera

Born: 1978

Kanye West, Robin Thicke, and Floyd Mayweather

Kanye West, Robin Thicke, and Floyd Mayweather 

Born: 1977

Shakira and Tamar Braxton

Shakira and Tamar Braxton

Born: 1977

Rick Ross and Reese Witherspoon

Rick Ross and Reese Witherspoon 

Born: 1976

Fergie, Eva Longoria, Angelina Jolie, and Tameka “Tiny” Cottie

Fergie, Eva Longoria, Angelina Jolie, and Tameka “Tiny” Cottie

Born: 1975
VIBE-Vixen-Will. I. Am, David Beckham, and 50 Cent

Will. I. Am, David Beckham, and 50 Cent

Born: 1975

Victoria Beckham, Lil Kim, Nelly, and Leonardo DiCaprio

Victoria Beckham, Lil Kim, Nelly, and Leonardo DiCaprio

Born: 1974

Nas, Tyra Banks, Pharrell Williams, and Paul Walker

Nas, Tyra Banks, Pharrell Williams, and Paul Walker (R.I.P.)

Born: 1973

Cameron Diaz, Sofia Vergara, and Gabrielle Union
 Cameron Diaz, Sofia Vergara, and Gabrielle Union

Born: 1972

The Rock, Busta Rhymes, and Josh Duhmel

The Rock, Busta Rhymes, and Josh Duhamel 

Born: 1972

Jada Pinkett Smith, Missy Elliott, and Mary J. Blige

Jada Pinkett Smith, Missy Elliott, and Mary J. Blige

Born: 1971



Mariah Carey, Nia Long, and T-Boz

Mariah Carey, Nia Long, and T-Boz 

Born: 1970


DMX, Mike Epps, and Shemar Moore

DMX, Mike Epps, and Shemar Moore

Born: 1970

VIBE-Vixen-Tyler Perry, Sean Combs, and Jay Z

Tyler Perry, Diddy, and Jay Z

Born: 1969

Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Aniston, and Jennifer Lopez

Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Aniston, and Jennifer Lopez

Born: 1969

Will Smith, LL Cool J, and Terry Crews

Will Smith, LL Cool J, and Terry Crews

Born: 1968

Will Ferrell, Jamie Foxx, and Vin Diesel 

Will Ferrell Jamie Foxx Vin Diesel

Born: 1967

VIBE-Vixen-Stacey Dash and Nene Leakes

Stacey Dash and Nene Leakes

Born: 1967

VIBE-VIxen-Adam Sandler, Halle Berry, and Mike Tyson

Adam Sandler, Halle Berry, and Mike Tyson

Born: 1966

VIBE-Vixen-Michelle Obama, Wendy Williams, Sandra Bullock, and Lenny Kravitz

Michelle Obama, Wendy Williams, Sandra Bullock, and Lenny Kravitz

Born: 1964

VIBE-Vixen-Michael Jordan, Brad Pitt, Johnny Deep, and Vanessa Williams

Michael Jordan, Brad Pitt, Johnny Deep, and Vanessa Williams

Born: 1963

VIBE-Vixen-Barack Obama, Eddie Murphy, Forest Whitaker, and George Clooney

Barack Obama, Eddie Murphy, Forest Whitaker, and George Clooney

Born: 1961

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Trina To Address A&R's Comments About Nicki Minaj On Instagram Live

Trina is ready to address the public about comments from her camp about Nicki Minaj.

Earlier this week, Reginald Saunders, the head of A&R at Trina's label and cousin Bobby Lytes slammed Nicki for not promoting their collaborative single, "BAPS." The song was apart of Trina's album The One released on June 21, which was also the same day as the release for "Megatron."

In Saunders' post about Nicki, he also called out the rapper for heavily promoting her guest feature on Megan Thee Stallion's "Hot Girl Summer" but only sharing "BAPS" for a short amount of time on social media.

"This isn’t the first time @nickiminaj has pulled this stunt and trust me it’s cool," he said. "I can’t get over how fake people can be for a Lil fame, likes and followers. when everyone tried to warn me I still gave her the benefit of the doubt."

On Tuesday (Aug. 14), Trina took to Instagram to let her fans know her plans to address how "BAPS" came about and why a video hasn't been shot.

"First of all, everybody that knows me knows anything I gotta say, I will say it and address it," she said. "I don't need anybody to speak for me. Second of all, everything that I have to say, I will address it tomorrow. So catch me live and I will say it one time and one time only. I will not repeat myself."

During her Queen Radio session on Monday (Aug. 13), Nicki addressed Saunders and said she was prepared to shoot a video to "BAPS" when the song was recorded in 2017. She also had Trina as a guest for Queen Radio at the time of the song's release, making it the most-streamed track on the project.

"I have my own schedule and I also have to worry about what makes not only sense/cents but dollars," she said. "And it's not fair that people don’t understand that. I would never have someone from my team disrespect somebody that has been nothing but real to me.”

 

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A little overwhelmed right now but tomorrow 💙💙

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Amber Rose Cancels 2019 SlutWalk

Amber Rose is in protective mode when it comes to her “energy and peace.” The pregnant mom-to-be announced on Instagram Tuesday (Aug. 13) that she’s making some personal and professional changes, including canceling this year’s SlutWalk.

In the lengthy social media post, Rose vented about cutting off a bunch of friends whom she called “abusive” with some having “toxic personalities,” and drug and alcohol addictions. She also called out her “male friends” for “lying and telling people were were sleeping together,” and put another friend on blast for calling social services on her, twice.

“People may not know this but I’m extremely unproblematic. I don’t start fights. I don’t do drugs. I’m as sweet as pie and constantly get walked all over,” Rose wrote before noting that she’s blessed with a baby on the way and an “amazing man,” in reference to current boyfriend, Alexander “AE” Edwards.

“That’s why I’ve been laying so low during this pregnancy.... no toxicity will be tolerated over here only positive vibes. F**k fake friends and their weirdo s**t. I’d rather just have my family and my team.

“P.S. This is also why I’m not having my SlutWalk this year,” she added. “Sorry I just have to protect my energy and peace.”

The Philly native launched her SlutWalk in Los Angeles in 2015 to honor and celebrate women who have been slut shamed, judged and demeaned for being sexual. In a 2017 interview with VIBE Vixen, Rose described the SlutWalk as her “life’s work.”

“All the money that we ever got for donations [to the Amber Rose Foundation] goes to the actual SlutWalk. We don't have any money left over for the next year. We basically have to start over every year, and it takes a year to put on. That's a misconception, I make no money from the SlutWalks ever! I just put in all my work. It makes me happy, babe, it's my life's work.”

Read Rose’s full Instagram post below.

 

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So me. I stopped being friends with about 20 ppl last year. I’ve had friends steal jewelry and money from me, Sleep with my BF’s behind my back, Male friends lying and telling people we were sleeping together, Alcoholic drug addict friends, Abusive Friends, Toxic Personality friends and I even had a Friend call Social Services on me twice ( For no fucking reason) only to Sue me for calling her and Cursing her out (When I found out it was her) smh That Phone call cost me $168,000... Man, the list goes on you have no idea. The funny thing is I never snitched publicly on anyone. Ain’t that some shit? People may not know this but I’m extremely unproblematic. I don’t start fights. I don’t do drugs. I’m as sweet as pie and constantly get walked all over. I’m so happy God has blessed me with a New Baby and an Amazing Man to help me through all the turmoil. That’s why I’ve been laying so low during this pregnancy.... no Toxicity will be tolerated over here only Positive vibes. Fuck fake friends and their weirdo shit. I’d rather just have my family and my team. P.S This is also why I’m not having my Slutwalk this year.... Sorry I just have to protect my energy and peace - Muva

A post shared by Amber Rose (@amberrose) on Aug 13, 2019 at 9:41am PDT

 

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Fashion Roundup: Beyoncé Drops Nostalgic Merch And H&M To Collab With South African Label Mantsho

August just got a little hotter with two new fashion collections dropping this month.

Beyoncé unveiled her '90s-inspired "BeySearch" Friday (Aug. 9) while H&M is set to unveil their South African collaboration on Thursday (Aug. 15).

Queen Bey surprised fans with new a merch capsule on her official website on Friday afternoon. Fanny packs, bodycon dresses, bucket hats, crop tops, windbreakers, and more are designed with Google searched images that highlight every monumental step her in career.

The aesthetic is to appeal to a "90s teenager's bedroom walls combined with the tidal wave of today's meme culture," as said in a press release.

H&M is to release a legendary collection with the South African brand, Mantsho. Essence reports that the collection will feature edgy African-inspired prints that celebrate the elegance and vibrancy of Africa. Mantsho translates to "black is beautiful" from the native Sesotho language.

Established in 2004, the label has appeared on fashion runways in the U.S., Greece, India, Jamaica, Nigeria, Botswana, and Senegal. This will make H&M's first collaboration with a South African brand.

"This is my love letter to the world from Africa," said Mantsho's head of design, Palesa Mokubung. "I hope customers around the world will enjoy this ensemble of my stand-out pieces from my last three collections."

You can shop "BeySearch" here. The latest H&M collection will be available next Thursday (Aug. 15).

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