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4 Feb 2021

Kelly Rowland had her second child, son Noah Jon, with husband Tim Weatherspoon

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February 4, 2021 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO: Kelly Rowland (Photo: Tinseltown / Shutterstock)

By Florence Anthony

Rest in peace, Cicely Tyson. According to reports, mere hours after Tyson’s death, the multi-award winning actress’ just-published memoir became the bestselling book in America. Released on January 26, “Just As I Am” has hit number one on Amazon. However, it looks like it will be very difficult to obtain. Published by HarperCollins, the 432- page autobiography has become so desirable since Tyson’s sudden death on January 28 at the age of 96, that it is temporarily out of stock, according to Amazon, and there is no word on when they will get additional copies…

Quarantine baby alert! Tongues are wagging that Kelly Rowland has a new bundle of joy. The songstress/actress welcomed her second child with husband Tim Weatherspoon, son Noah Jon, on January 21 at 8:13 PM. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces.  The former member of Destiny’s Child posted on social media, “We are truly grateful.”  Rowland reportedly revealed a few months ago that during the pandemic, there wasn’t much to do in the house, so she and Weatherspoon decided they would try for a baby, because they had no idea how long the pandemic was going to last… 

Grammy nominated saxophonist Tia Fuller is more than a talented composer, bandleader and educator. She is a visionary — a cultural innovator keeping the tradition of women in jazz alive. In celebration of Black History Month, Fuller will kick off her “Talk to Tia” Instagram Live series (@tiafuller1) on Wednesday, February 3 with special guest trumpeter Arnetta Johnson. These bi-weekly conversations will target current and post-graduate students and cover a variety of topics, including transitioning from college to the real-world and the ups and downs of a working musician…

A pop-up food pantry on Staten Island in New York City was a star-studded event on Saturday, January 30. Comedian Tracy Morgan and Staten Island native Method Man stopped by to help hand out food at the Hubert H. Humphrey Elementary School. Sources say around 500 families received fresh produce, canned goods and meals. Said a spokesperson for the Food Bank For New York City, “We are so grateful to have the support of Tracy Morgan, who led the charge to make our distribution in Staten Island at P.S. 57 today possible.”…

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