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Remy Ma And Papoose's "Golden Child" Makes First TV Appearance

"When I tell you she makes everything so peaceful."

In December, Remy Ma and Papoose welcomed their first child together after a previous pregnancy complication. Nicknamed "The Golden Child," the married couple's bundle of joy arrived to well wishes and an ecstatic home. Now, the pair shared another first memory with their baby girl by bringing her to the set of daytime talk show The Real (Feb. 28).

"When I tell you she makes everything so peaceful, like, we don't want to disagree on anything. We're like alright, fine, whatever," Remy Ma said. "Everything is just so calm. She really completed the whole circle." Remy Ma continued to state that after she gave birth to her second child, her blood pressure rate alarmingly increased and she nearly experienced preeclampsia. Three days later, Remy says she was still dilated and had to endure a blood transfusion.

In Oct. 2018, Remy Ma wrote an op-ed for Oprah Magazine on her previous battle with pregnancy and a miscarriage that she experienced. "In some ways, I had to open up publicly about my miscarriage, because we had already started filming Love & Hip Hop when I found out I was pregnant," the "All The Way Up" rapper wrote. "So the show had footage of me with the pregnancy test, telling my husband we were having a child, and the two of us shopping for baby stuff. And then I experienced an ectopic pregnancy, which meant that the egg had attached itself to my fallopian tube. I needed an emergency surgery and to have my tubes removed. Suddenly, there was no baby."

The Bronx native continued to state how she and Papoose tried again with the in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment and everything worked for them to reach this point. "My husband calls the baby the Golden Child," she continued to write. "It was a miracle because so many people were saying it might not work. We sacrificed a lot with no guarantees."

Watch their baby girl's TV debut below.

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J. Cole's Dreamville Festival Taps SZA, Big Sean, 21 Savage And More

After 2018's Dreamville Festival was canceled due to Hurricane Florence, J. Cole has returned with a similar lineup to make up for the past cancelation. Working with SZA, Nelly, and more, the two artists add to a stacked roster of old and new faces.

Cole himself is expected to perform alongside Big Sean, 21 Savage, Teyana Taylor, as well as Dreamville cohorts Bas, Ari Lennox, Omen, Lute, and more.

The one-day event will take place April 6 at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, North Carolina. For a limited time, tickets for the festival will be available for purchase for $119, while VIP packages will include JV VIP ($240), Varsity VIP ($289), and MVP VIP ($449). Tickets can be purchased at DreamvilleFest.com.

We backkkkkkkkk.


TICKETS ON SALE AT https://t.co/[email protected] @dreamvillE pic.twitter.com/jDP7Iew5Ce

— J. Cole (@JColeNC) March 19, 2019

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Myspace Loses All Music Posted Before 2016

After losing the bulk of its users to other budding social media platforms, the once popular Myspace reportedly lost every single piece of content uploaded before 2016, including songs, photos, and videos, BBC reports.

According to Myspace, the site is blaming a faulty server migration for its large deletions, which is believed to have happened more than a year ago. This is when members started reporting that access to certain content older than 2016 was made unavailable.

More than 50 million tracks from 14 million artists have been lost, including music introduced by the "Myspace Generation." Beyond the music, pictures and videos stored on the server are nowhere to be found.

Though Facebook's craze led to a decrease in users, the rebrand, which centered around giving artists a place to build a platform, has been made virtually obsolete by years worth of content that's no longer.

Myspace published a statement on the site apologizing for the incident: "As a result of a server migration project, any photos, videos, and audio files you uploaded more than three years ago may no longer be available on or from Myspace. We apologize for the inconvenience and suggest that you retain your backup copies. If you would like more information, please contact our data protection officer.”

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Comedienne Jess Hilarious Under Fire For Xenophobic Comments Toward Sikhs

Jess Hilarious came under fire Sunday (March 17) after she uploaded a video showcasing relief after four Sikhs were removed from her flight. The Lil Rel star defended her statements and said she was scared.

"If I'm scared I'm scared. F**k y'all. F**k how y'all feel," Jess said. "Y'all mad at me because I don't side with any other black person, because I don't side with every other race. F**k y'all. I feel how I feel. I felt threatened and that was it. F**k y'all, and I'm not flying there. We were evacuated, bitch. Why? Why? with no technical difficulties or nothing."

The Internet quickly sent the comic a digital side eye for her xenophobic comments, which came two days after 51 Muslim men and women were gunned down in New Zealand. The youngest of which was 3-year-old Mucaas Ibrahim.

what if Jess Hilarious’ middle name is Notthat?

— Jamal (@JamalJimoh) March 17, 2019

A day after Muslims were ambushed and murdered while praying (death toll now at 51), Jess Hilarious hops on Al Gore’s internet to brag about+defend getting 4 people with turbans kicked off a flight because she didn’t feel safe.

— Candice Marie Benbow (@CandiceBenbow) March 17, 2019

Xenophobia is really disgusting.

The hate for Muslims is disgusting and Jess hilarious is trash and not worthy of a platform. https://t.co/qotZ9AwMLO

— Mistress George M Johnson (@IamGMJohnson) March 17, 2019

One Twitter user, a DJ who goes by the name DJ The Gypsy pointed out Jess' comments run rampant within other parts of the black community.

Jess Hilarious’ anti-Muslim rhetoric sheds light on a very important topic; Islamophobia within the black Christian community

— dylan (@dylanthegypsy) March 17, 2019

The backlash Jess merited did, however, highlight not everyone shared her sentiments.


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