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Remy Ma And Papoose Reveal 4-Month Pregnancy At Wedding Vow Renewal Ceremony

Congrats to the happy couple on their wedding vow renewal and new bundle of joy!

Remy Ma and Papoose are celebrating 10 years of wedded bliss. The rapper couple renewed their vows in an intimate ceremony with family and friends to not only rejoice in their happy union but to announce that they are expecting a child.

In a stunning recap video of their wedding vow renewal ceremony, which was shared by the "Melanin Magic" MC on Instagram, the couple was all smiles when making the life-changing announcement.

"We also wanted all our family here when we told you guys," said Remy, while Pap moves in closer to touch his wife's stomach. "We’re having a baby!" he grins, while the wedding attendees cheered on. According to hashtags used in the caption of the photos Remy shared, she is 16 weeks (four months) along in her pregnancy.

"I’ve been eating right, working out, and preparing for this for almost a year," she wrote. "We are so happy; thank you to everyone that prayed for us and sent blessings our way. sidebar: been super sick, lost an extra 7 pounds but I’m soooo much better now."

Remy has a son from a previous relationship, and Pap has a daughter. This will be the couple's first child together.

Congrats on the vow renewal and the bundle of joy!

Oh yea...& then this happened I’ve been eating right, working out, and preparing for this for almost a year. We are so happy; thank you to everyone that prayed for us and sent blessings our way sidebar: been super sick, lost an extra 7 pounds but I’m soooo much better now And a special thank you to everyone who helped me pull this day together in 72hours (y’all know I think I’m an event planner) @verdeflowers My friends Vanessa & Michael- couldn’t have done it without you @jimmysbxcafe - with friends like you, who needs other friends @czinvitations & @doehring- digital invitations @jenn_cakes - DELICIOUS cupcake tower with butterfly cookies @dj_boogie - music was EVERYTHING! @_dvasquez - amazing photos @kaydtv - captured the best videos @karensabagofficial -2-in-1 dress of my dreams @chanel.nine & @youngye2dt - “we are the team” I love you both to pieces, thanx for moving the furniture a million times to create my vision & thank you to All my friends and family that managed to make it on such short notice (and to those that were far away & couldn’t make it - u were there in my heart) #16weeks/4months #BlackLove #BabyMackie #RemyMa #RemyMafia

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Letitia Wright Responds To Backlash After Post Questioning COVID-19 Vaccine

Following a trove of internet backlash for tweeting a YouTube video questioning the ingredients of a COVID-19 vaccine, Letitia Wright went back to social media on Friday (Dec. 4) to explain her reasoning.

“My intention was not to hurt anyone, my ONLY intension of posting this video was it raised my concerns with what the vaccine contains and what we are putting in our bodies. Nothing else,” wrote the Black Panther star.

my intention was not to hurt anyone, my ONLY intention of posting the video was it raised my concerns with what the vaccine contains and what we are putting in our bodies.

Nothing else.

— Letitia Wright (@letitiawright) December 4, 2020

if you don’t conform to popular opinions. but ask questions and think for yourself....you get cancelled 😂

— Letitia Wright (@letitiawright) December 4, 2020

The criticism started after Wright shared a video titled, COVID-19 Vaccine Should We Take It?, on Thursday (Dec. 3). As the post began circulating social media Wright tweeted, “If you don’t conform to popular opinions but ask questions and think for yourself…you get cancelled.”

Wright also liked a tweet reading “Cancel Black Panther 2 immediately,” and another tweet calling for her character to be recast.

Wright, 27,  isn’t alone in being skeptical of COVID-19 vaccines. According to a Pew Research survey conducted in September, only 32% of Black Americans surveyed said that they would take the vaccine. Some of the distrust dates stems from the 1932 Tuskegee Experiment where hundreds of Black men were unknowingly infected with syphilis.

The U.K. is expected to become one of the first countries to get Pfizer and BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine. The region has received 800,000 doses and will begin mass vaccinations next week. A U.S. vaccine could be released by the end of  December.

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Ashanti And Keyshia Cole Sign On For Verzuz Battle

Season 2 of Verzuz is already off to a good start. Ashanti and Keyshia Cole are next in line for a Verzuz battle, it was confirmed on Friday (Dec. 4).

The R&B stars will go up against each other for a “celebration of women empowerment” next Saturday, Dec. 12. The “Legendary Ladies Night” will be streamed on IG Live and Apple Music.

Yeah, it’s official! The paperwork is IN 🚨🚨 It’s a legendary Ladies Night on Saturday, December 12th with @Ashanti and @KeyshiaCole.

Which Libra you got?!

Saturday, December 12th, 5PM PT / 8PM ET. Watch on our IG or in HD on @AppleMusic.

Drinks by @Ciroc Merch by @NTWRKLIVE pic.twitter.com/UCWJvaEl0y

— Verzuz (@verzuzonline) December 4, 2020

Both multi-platinum selling singers have impressive stats. Ashanti’s catalog of solo hits include “Foolish,” “Rock wit U,” “Rain On Me,” “Happy,” and “Baby.” On the collaborative tip, the Grammy winner joined Ja Rule on singles like, “What’s Love?” and “Always on Time.”

She was also featured on Lloyd’s debut single “Southside,” “Into You” by Fabolous, and “Body on Me” with Nelly. And she of course wrote songs for Jennifer Lopez and more.

Cole’s breakout single, “I Changed My Mind,” dropped in 2004 and her career took off from there. The Oakland native boasts a slew of classic R&B singles like “(I Just Want It) To Be Over,” “I Should Have Cheated,” “Let It Go,” “I Remember,” “Heaven Sent,” “Love,” and “Trust.” As a featured artist, Cole appeared on Sean Paul’s “(When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me,” Young Jeezy’s “Dreaming,” and Diddy’s 2006 single “Last Night,” to name a few.

Although they’re technically going up against each other for Verzuz, there’s no beef between the two artists who previously collaborated for the title track off Cole’s 2012 album, Woman to Woman.

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Watch The Trailer For Lifetime’s Wendy Williams Biopic

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William's infamous fainting spell during a live Halloween show in 2017 is also featured in the teaser.

Ciera Payton stars as Williams, and Morocco Omari portrays her ex-husband, Kevin Hunter, in the film, which is produced by Front Street for Lifetime and executive produced by Williams.

Darren Grant directed the film. The script was penned by Leigh Davenport and Scarlett Lacey.

Lifetime will air a documentary special titled, The Wendy Williams Story…What A Mess, directly after the biopic. Wendy Williams: The Movie airs on Lifetime on Jan. 30 at 8 p.m. EST.

Watch the trailer below.

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