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Morning Perks: 50 Cent, Lil Wayne & Bobby Brown

50 Cent has been named the 2nd richest African American Entertainer by Forbes magazine.  The criteria Forbes used to rank folks isn't really that clear, but it seems like it could be based off '08's earnings only.  He made an estimated $150 million thanks to more Vitamin Water sales and other business ventures.  He's second behind Oprah and ranks ahe

Morning Perks

Vivica Fox says the Psychic Friends Network is full of B.S. She told Black Voices that Dionne Warwick's friends are "using her unauthorized likeness, footage, voice and photographs as an endorsement of their service." And she's ordered them to cease and desist immediately. Um, this ad we saw yesterday didn't really seemed pieced together. Just sayin' Viv. I mean, were you having a conversation with a friend about your Psychic Friend and they tapped your conversation--and put videos in your home? Because that would be some crazy ish. Whatev. Viv is pretty much livid and denies signing on to endorse the PFN. But there's no word on where all the footage came from. Womp. Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubrey say they're ready for more kiddies. Now that Baby Nahla is almost a 1 year old, the couple say they are "absolutely" ready for more babies. According to Hollyscoop:
When asked if they would be expanding their broad to 8 kids, like Gabriel's own family, he said, "[We're going to] keep it under 4."
Expect to see Halle on Preggers Watch sometime in the near future. More morning perks when you read the rest...

Jennifer Hudson Hits Tampa+Diddy BackTracks About Lil Kim+News On The Aaliyah Movie

J-Hud is readying herself for the Superbowl.  She was spotted arriving in to Tampa last night: With her cute little pup.  She's set to sing the National Anthem at Sunday's big game.  Nice. The director of the upcoming Aaliyah movie Bill Condon has given some info on the movie, including Canadian R&B/pop singer Keshia Chante. According to the NY Post:

“We are going to great extremities to make this movie perfect. We have [Keisha] Chante in extensive training studying, speaking with family members, watching personal footage and in choreography training with Aaliyah’s choreographer and dear friend Fatima Robinson,” he told the New York Post. “This movie will be seamless the same way it was for Selena fans who enjoyed Jennifer Lopez.”

Interesting. More pics of Jennifer Hudson and news on Diddy's backtracking when you read the rest...

Quote Of The Damn Day

Ok so I thought this was an old quote so I didn't post it yesterday. But now that I know this is some new ish, this mess needs to be addressed. Voletta Wallace told Hip Hop Weekly this week that Lil Kim needs to sit down and STFU. Why?  Because she's still talking mess about Notorious. Kim's latest foolywang comment:
"She felt the character we chose for her was 'too dark,' " Wallace said.

Bow Wow: Video Chick Dollicia Bryan Owes Me Sex!

Bow Wow is running his mouth again about video vixen Dollicia Bryan.

Ish Talkers: Khloe Kardashian Says Stop Hating Her Swirl+Charli Baltimore Gives The "Real" Scoop About Biggie

So Khloe Kardashian "needed to vent" and posted some words on her site yesterday about people not respecting the sanctity of her and NBA baller Rashad McCants' interracial coupledom. She says:
My site has been bombarded with cruel and unnecessary remarks about race and I can’t sit back and keep my mouth shut any longer. I personally am shocked that in this day and age people are still so judgmental and racist — it blows my mind! I was raised to believe that all people are created and viewed as equals and never judged by something as meaningless as the color of their skin! I guess I am blessed to have parents that didn’t brainwash me and cloud my thoughts with their petty views. I was raised to judge a person by their spirit and heart. I base my opinions of people by how they treat me and others. Point blank! How does one person’s color,… …weight, height, language define who they are? It is sad that people are so mean and so willing to promote their ridiculous views! It’s almost like they think it’s cool to be racist and prejudiced. Leaving comments like that are just wrong! I love all my fans, I really do! And I love when you guys defend your opinions but I can only read so much foolishness before I feel I have to say something. I hate erasing comments that you guys post because I want you all to feel like your voices are valid but some comments are so brutally heartless that I have to get rid of them. I feel like I am playing a game that I can never win — if I hung out solely with my own race then I myself would be considered racist and someone would comment on that issue. If I have friends of all different races, then what? Is that unacceptable too? I have friends of all different races and ethnicities and I am blessed to be exposed to so many different cultures — I wouldn’t change it for the world. If I want to date a man that treats me great, then I will! I don’t care what color his skin is as long as I am treated and loved the way I want. If I want to be friends with someone who is loyal and lives up to my expectations of a friend, then I will! I don’t care what she looks like. People, we have so many other things in this world to focus on. Get a life! And if you don’t like who my friends are or if you don’t like who I am dating then get off my website! It’s that simple!
I feel you and all Khloe. But it would have been way less hypocritical if you weren't just on the Chelsea Handler show going on...and on...and on about how you only do black guys. Just sayin'... Charli Baltimore's speaking out about Biggie when you read the rest...


LisaRaye has given an "exclusive" interview to Essence.com to clear her name. She says she's not a gold digger like everybody's accusing her of, and she's never claimed to be "hood" since her father was a multi millionaire who owned hotels. motels, and all kinds of things on the South side of Chicago:
ESSENCE.COM: Many balked at your whirlwind romance and marriage and accused you of being an opportunist. How do you feel about that assessment of your character? LISARAYE: First of all, I'm a fan of love and partnership. I would say this to my critics: If a man comes to you there obviously has to be a connection. I had a man who's smart and powerful and who I fell in love with. He's embracing my family. Add the fact that I have an opportunity to bring tourism to his country and be involved in something historical. Who in the hell would say no? But what scared me was the idea of being First Lady? ESSENCE.COM: What frightened you about assuming that role? LISARAYE: I knew nothing about being a First Lady or politics. I'm thinking, What am I going to have to change? I'm on a successful sitcom, my daughter is in high school and I'm the breadwinner. What am I going to do? Then Prince Charming comes my way and I'm saying, "God, did You send this man to me to take me away like Calgon".
Girl stop. The best quote out of this whole interview:
“I like the finer things in life so I don’t make any apologies for the men I choose to date,”
So basically you're saying you ARE a gold digger? Just asking. I mean, if you're not going to make apologies for it, then why deny the "accusations" of your "opportunistic ways"? Again, just asking. And honestly, my attention span isn't even allowing me to care any further than me typing this ish. Here's Kanye and his crew at Paris Fashion week: Ummm. More on this when you read the rest...