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10 Sep 2021

Cardi B and husband, Offset, welcomed their second child together

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September 10, 2021 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO: Cardi B (Photo: Eugene Powers / Shutterstock)

Michael K. Williams, whose death on September 6 at the age of 54 has shocked the entertainment industry, made himself one of television and film’s most recognizable and compelling actors, says Variety. From “The Wire” to “Boardwalk Empire” to “Lovecraft Country,” which he is nominated for a 2021 Emmy award for Best Supporting Actor, Williams was a compelling performer, as well as a viable contributor to community and charity efforts throughout New York City and the rest of the nation. Through the years, Williams openly discussed his problem with drugs, continuously attempting to get clean. Tragically, after not showing up for an event on September 5, his nephew found “Williams dead of a suspected heroin overdose.” He was slumped over “with what appeared to be heroin on the kitchen table,” according to the New York Post. There are also reports that the heroin may have been laced with fentanyl. He was always so nice whenever I ran into him. Rest in peace……… 

In cheerful news, Cardi B is officially a mom of two! The WAP raptress and husband, Offset, welcomed their second child together, a son on September 5 at a hospital in the New York City area. The Bronx, New York born femcee shared the exciting news on social media alongside a photo of her cradling her baby boy, who was swathed in a blue blanket, in her hospital bed while sitting next to Offset. “We are so overjoyed to finally meet our son,”  the couple said in a statement. “He is already loved so much by family and friends and we can’t wait to introduce him to his two other siblings.”….. 


NeNe Leakes had the support of several of her former “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” castmates following the death of her husband, Gregg Leakes. The TV personality-turned-actress hosted a celebration of  life at her Linnethia Lounge in Atlanta on September 6, and was joined by Lisa Wu, Phaedra Parks, Marlo Hampton, Porsha Williams and Eva Marcille to pay tribute to Gregg, according to US Magazine. Keke Wyatt and gospel stars Yolanda Adams, Kim Burrell and Le’Andria Johnson performed at the lovely service……

Kanye West and Drake currently have the two hottest albums out, “Donda” and “Certified Lover Boy.” Drake reportedly dissed Kanye again on his “7AM on Bridle Path” song from CLB, and now the Toronto native is taking this unnecessary feud to the next level. Now, Drake has leaked a Kanye diss track that was meant for him. This record by Kanye is called “Life Of The Party” and features and features the legendary Andre 3000 from Outkast. Guys, can’t we all just get along?……… 

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