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Rihanna Still Rides For LeBron James After Game 1 Loss: "The King Is Still The King"

In response to a Warriors fan, the "Work" singer said, "the king is still the king in this house."

Court-side seats were filled with celebrities whose net worth probably amounts to a billion dollars combined. From Jay Z to Kevin Hart to Marshawn Lynch, everyone tuned into Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors (June 1). Although the latter went home with an advantage (113-91), the talk of the town was Rihanna.

The ANTI artist voiced her support for LeBron James and the Cavs during regulation and even decided to keep her encouragement going once the game finished. In response to a Warriors fan, the "Work" singer said, "the king is still the king."

While sports analysts dissected the match-up between James and Kevin Durant, social media users had their eyes on the latter and Rih.

Game 2 will take place on Sunday (June 4).

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Jada Pinkett Smith Admits Having A Threesome Once: "It's Not For Me"

Part of what makes Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table Talk so captivating is her ability to keep it real. Now, the actress is taking things one step further when it comes to her sex life.

In a clip seen on People for an upcoming episode of RTT, Pinkett Smith shares how she engaged in a threesome when she was "very, very, young." The episode, which will air Monday (June 23), Pinkett Smith answered a fan question in an honest way. She also added how it wasn't her cup of tea because of the lack of intimacy she felt during the experience.

“I didn’t like it. It just didn’t have the level of intimacy [I wanted]," she says as her daughter Willow closed her eyes. "But I tried it once and I was like, ‘Well, that’s not for me.’"

The recent "Trailblazer Award" recipient for the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards, goes on to say in the episode that if she was in love with two people that the sexual experience could be different. "But I always think if I was in love with two people, that’s another level," she said. "I could see and join a threesome then, but I was a kid. I saw two cute people and I was like, ‘Hey.'”

Currently in season two,  Red Table Talk, has 6.2M followers on its Facebook platform. The series takes on conversations in an intimate setting with Pinkett Smith, her mother Adrienne Banfield Norris, and Willow.

Topics discussed on the show have ranged from breaking destructive cycles to healing emotional scars to unpacking white privilege and prejudice.

Check out the preview for next week's episode below.

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Maleah Davis' Casket Decorated With "My Little Pony" Rainbows

Maleah Davis' family laid their little girl to rest in a private ceremony, despite her disappearance and subsequent death meriting public attention. The 4-year-old's final resting place was a casket decorated as "My Little Pony."

The funeral was reportedly held last Saturday with close friends and relatives. A photo of the casket shows Maleah's full name--Maleah Lynn Davis-- written on the side and a copy of the obituary described the little girl as "happiness personified."

"She touched the lives of many; our shining, beautiful little girl, the light of our lives and the star of our hearts who leaves us smiling through our tears. She was happiness personified."

Maleah's disappearance earned national attention when Maleah's mother left her in the care of her fiance, Derion Venice. On May 4, Venice alleged he, his son and Maleah were attacked by three men that knocked him unconscious. When he came to, Venice alleged he and his son were fine but the attackers took Maleah.

After an exhaustive search that lasted weeks, investigators found Maleah's remains inside a garbage bag near Hope, Arkansas about 30 miles northwest of the Texas-Arkansas border. Investigators said Venice's story was inconsistent and he was charged with "tampering with evidence, namely a corpse." His bond was set at $1 million.

The cause and manner of Maleah's death has not be determined.

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Beyoncé And Donald Glover Sing 'Can You Feel The Love Tonight' In New 'Lion King' Teaser

The CGI-remake of The Lion King will officially theaters on July 19, and we're getting a little glimpse of the star's singing the legendary songs featured in the Jon Favreau film.

Donald Glover (Simba) and Beyoncé (Nala) are finally heard singing the film's classic love song "Can You Feel The Love Tonight?" in the latest trailer. Elsewhere, James Earle Jones as Mufasa (a role he reprises from the original cartoon) is heard discussing the great kings of the past.

The highly-anticipated film also stars Seth Rogen, Billy Eichner, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Alfre Woodard and many more.

Listen to and watch the new trailer below.

New #TheLionKing international TV spot featuring Beyoncé and Donald Glover singing "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" 🦁👑 pic.twitter.com/L5FzVyKcXD

— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@BeyLegion) June 20, 2019

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