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Get Well Soon: Saint West Hospitalized With Pneumonia

Poor baby.

UPDATE, 2:45 P.M.: Kim Kardashian posted on Instagram about her son's hospitalization, writing that her toddler is "so strong" and "resilient."

"After spending three nights in the hospital & seeing my baby get multiple IV’s and hooked up to oxygen machines, our end of year was challenging," she wrote. "Pneumonia is so scary. I just want to thank every nurse & doctor out there who works so hard around the clock. We are so grateful for you all! He’s home and all better."

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Saint West, the two-year-old son of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, rang in the new year recovering from a serious illness. TMZ reports that the toddler spent a few days in the hospital with pneumonia.

Saint was admitted to the hospital on Thursday and was released Saturday. The reality star and the The Life Of Pablo MC stayed at the hospital with their son. A source told the site that things should be A-OK for little Saint, who is currently home and resting. He appeared all bundled up in his mother's recent Instagram post with his family.

With the help of a surrogate, the family will be reportedly be welcoming a new baby girl into the family very soon. Kardashian dealt with a few complications during her pregnancies with her son and four-year-old daughter North, including pre-eclampsia and placenta accreta. Both conditions may result in fatal complications for the mother and her child.

Wishing the Wests a happy and healthy 2018.

Happy Holidays

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Ladies And Gentleman, Missy Elliott Finished Recording Her Next Project

Missy Elliott is coming. With the release of an Instagram video featuring a celebratory dance, the legendary musician signaled that new music is on the horizon.

"I just finished a long project I been working on since last year & this my mood “Keep On Movin” I’m bout to show yall I’m on some next ish," she wrote in the caption of her video announcement on Wednesday (April 17). The video features her boppin' along to Soul II Soul's "Keep On Moving." Her hair is in braids, she's rocking gold hoops and sports a beautiful smile on her face.

The Virginia native's last album was 2005's The Cookbook, which featured the hit single "Lose Control" with Ciara and Fatman Scoop. Since then, she's released solo singles such as "WTF (Where They From)" with Pharrell Williams, "Pep Rally," and was recently featured on Lizzo's new song "Tempo."

Just because she hasn't released a full-length project doesn't mean she hasn't been busy. Missy's hard work has paid off, and she will be the first female rapper inducted into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame this summer. She was also recently named Berklee College Of Music's Honorary Doctorate Recipient.

We can't wait to hear what she's been up to.

 

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I just finished a long project I been working on since last year & this my mood “Keep On Movin” I’m bout to show yall I’m on some next ish😅🤮🤮🥶👽💣🔥🙌🏾🙌🏾

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Kodak Black Arrested At US-Canada Border On Weapons And Drugs Charges

While returning to the U.S. from Canada on Wednesday night (April 17), Kodak Black, as well as three individuals, were stopped by Customs Agents at the border. After the authorities searched the vehicle, they were arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana and criminal possession of a weapon, TMZ reports.

The "Tunnel Vision" artist was scheduled to perform in Boston, Mass., as part of his Dying to Live tour. However, the concert was canceled which generated outrage from fans and confusion from some of Kodak's camp who weren't aware of the rapper's whereabouts. It has been reported that the rapper is still in custody and being held on a $20,000 cash bond or $40,000 bond.

Since the start of his career, Kodak's name has remained in the midst of controversy. Recently, the rapper landed at the center of attention for his back and forth with T.I. The latter removed artwork that depicted the Florida native from the Trap Museum in Atlanta, Ga., following Kodak's comments about Lauren London and Nipsey Hussle. The beef between the two escalated to the point that Kodak released a diss track aimed at T.I. called "Expeditiously."

Kodak's run-ins with the law have also been a topic of discussion. The 21-year-old was released on August 18, 2018, after serving seven months for marijuana possession and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Kodak currently faces criminal sexual conduct charges and faces up to a maximum of 30 years in prison.

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Gas Station Fight Breaks Out Over Possibly Stolen Hot Dogs

A fight reportedly broke out at an Akron, OH gas station over allegations of stolen hot dogs. Per 19 News in Akron, four women jumped a man who was attempting to help a woman they were allegedly beating up.

Per the report, the fight broke out after the women were accused of stealing hot dogs by the woman in the store. They tried to attack the woman when they left the store, which caused the man to step in attempt to intervene.

“I know the video makes it look like he was trying to fight them, but they were actually jumping him,” according to Cam Dancy, who was present during the time of the attack. “They were throwing trash cans and the windshield wiper thing, and one girl ripped the gas pump off and tried to hit him with that.”

“Then I see gasoline flying everywhere and they’re all just jumping at him,” Dancy continues. The New York Daily News, the man was seen "shoving one woman to the ground in the parking lot. Her friends then swarmed him, throwing a squeegee, a gas hose and what appear to be plastic garbage can lids at him."

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