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For some reason we are singing, “Payback is a bad bitch and baby I’m the baddest.” No we are not talking about Demi Lovato this time around. That “bad bitch” is none other than the consequences of Tina Campbell’s recent revelation that she voted for Donald Trump in last year’s Presidential Election.

Apparently, Tina Campbell, half of music duo, Mary, Mary; is having to “postpone” her It’s Still Personal Tour due to low ticket sales and overall lack of support.

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The gospel singer took to  Instagram with the following:

We definitely do not like to see anyone fail, but this is one of the moments where she shared too much information. Any Trump supporter does not deserve a red cent or any of our support. We guess she learned nothing from Chrisette Michele’s downfall.

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No Money Moves? Tyrese’s Financial Records Allege He is BROKE!

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We are definitely hoping 2018 proves to be a much better year than 2018 has been for singer/actor Tyrese Gibson! As you know he has been marred by a custody battle over his daughter after he allegedly abused her, has an ongoing celebrity beef with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (threatening to quit the Fast & Furious franchise if  he’s in the next one), and then lying stating Will and Jada Smith were giving him five million dollars to help with his legal fees and bills!

Well to add insult to injury it looks like Tyrese really needed that money, because according to his recently released financial statements he is BROKE!

via Love B. Scott & TMZ

Tyrese might need to dance to make some money moves.

According to his latest court filing, he owes a bunch of money.

via TMZ:

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Tyrese submitted legal docs to the court in his ongoing war with ex-wife Norma Gibson, detailing his financials.  

The actor pulls in $105,686 every month. That’s sweet, except when you look at what he spends.  Tyrese says his monthly net is $107,576, which puts him in the red.

The docs say Tyrese has $884,658 in the bank. He also has real property worth around $1.7 mil.

There’s another problem … he owes his lawyers $133,750.

Yikes! This is definitely not a good look for Tyrese. We are really surprised to learn he is not banking. He has had successful albums and movies for years. Perception is one helluva an illusion we suppose. Still, he constantly states how he and his cast members on the Fast & Furious franchise are a family. Maybe he needs to ask Vinn Diesel, Ludacris, or Michelle Rodriguez for a loan.  Tyrese, it might be time to eat a little crow, squash this beef with The Rock, and make friends with the franchise again because you need that check last yesterday!

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Yes! Patti LaBelle (@MsPattiPatti) & Brandy (@4everbrandy) to Join Fox’s “STAR (@STAR)!”

Grammy Award-winning artists Patti LaBelle and Brandy Norwood will guest-star in multi-episode arcs on STAR, beginning this spring on FOX!

LaBelle will play Carlotta Brown’s (Queen Latifah) tough but loving mother, Christine; and Norwood will play Carlotta’s younger sister, Cassie.

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Grammy Award-winning artists Patti LaBelle and Brandy Norwood will guest-star in multi-episode arcs on STAR, beginning this spring on FOX!

LaBelle will play Carlotta Brown’s (Queen Latifah) tough but loving mother, Christine; and Norwood will play Carlotta’s younger sister, Cassie.

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“STAR” cast Season 2

In the next all-new episode of STAR, “Faking It,” airing Wednesday, Nov. 15 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX, Ayanna (Michael Michele) must quickly do damage control to restore Midtown’s image, amidst all of the heat the label is catching from the tragic police incident. Desperate for a spot in the showcase, the girls (Jude Demorest, Ryan Destiny and Brittany O’Grady) work on convincing hot recording artist – Joyce Sheree (guest star Teyana Taylor) – to do a featured verse on one of their songs. Carlotta continues to fight for custody of Simone; a misleading photo of Noah (Luke James) and Alex goes viral; and Cotton (Amiyah Scott) juggles two relationships. Meanwhile, Brody’s (Stephen Dorff) motivation for his return to Atlanta is revealed.

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With a career that spans more than 50 years, Patti LaBelle has earned 13 Grammy Award nominations and two wins, and sold more than 50 million albums worldwide. She was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, the Apollo Theater Legends Hall of Fame and the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2005, she was awarded the “Legend Award” by the World Music Awards. In addition to her success as a music artist, LaBelle is a bestselling author, actress, humanitarian and entrepreneur, with a successful product line, Patti’s Good Life. Her most recent projects include the cookbookDesserts LaBelle (April 2017), jazz album Bel Hommage (May 2017) and forthcoming holiday album Patti LaBelle and Friends – Home for the Holidays (November 24, 2017).

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Brandy Norwood is a multi-Platinum, Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and actress. She was one of the most successful multi-media stars of the past two decades, with a constant presence on pop and R&B charts, the hit sitcom “Moesha” and the TV movie phenomenon “Cinderella.” Her additional film and TV credits include horror film “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer” and TV series “The Game” and “America’s Got Talent.” Norwood made her Broadway debut as “Roxie Hart” in the Tony Award-winning musical “Chicago” and recently appeared on FOX’s “My Kitchen Rules.”

 

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Lalah Hathaway (@lalahhathaway) Covers Rolling Out Magazine (@RollingOut) & Discusses Her New Album, ‘honestly’!

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Nothing is off limits for R&B songstress Lalah Hathaway. The five-time Grammy-Award winning artist and 2017 Soul Train Award nominee officially released her highly-anticipated eighth studio album honestly, available online and in stores last Friday on November 3. 

In a recent cover story interview with Rolling Out Magazine, Hathaway discusses her experience in touring with Mary J. Blige, creating honestly, and protesting the NFL. Hathaway explained honestly as a
“journey that is intimate, disruptive and, time-appropriately, honest.”

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Lalah Hathaway Rolling Out

Photo Credit: DeWayne Rogers

Nothing is off limits for R&B songstress Lalah Hathaway. The five-time Grammy-Award winning artist and 2017 Soul Train Award nominee officially released her highly-anticipated eighth studio album honestly, available online and in stores last Friday on November 3. 

In a recent cover story interview with Rolling Out Magazine, Hathaway discusses her experience in touring with Mary J. Blige, creating honestly, and protesting the NFL. Hathaway explained honestly as a
“journey that is intimate, disruptive and, time-appropriately, honest.”
via Rolling Out Magazine
Lalah Hathaway Rolling Out

The Hathaways, Gays, O’Jays, Jacksons, DeBarges, Ross/Gordy are the most important families in our music history. Their legacies influence and impact, generation after generation. One member of the aforementioned dynasties continues to wow us. Her government name is Eulaulah Donyll Hathaway, with her forename meaning the highest praise when spelled backwards. And to us, this legend is affectionately known as “Lalah.” She’s collaborated with eminent talents like Pharrell Williams on the Hidden Figuressoundtrack, and Kendrick Lamar, to name a couple. Her performance history, meanwhile, has seen invitations to the stage from epic artists including Prince; Stevie Wonder; Herbie Hancock and Anita Baker. With her new album honestly now available online and in-stores, there are no limits.

Hathaway has shaped a career so impressive; having an autographed CD of hers is enviable. It’s a collector’s item, real memorabilia that won’t escape your history box; a selfie as currency isn’t enough. It’s industry veterans like Hathaway who detest social media during live shows for many reasons.

“When it comes to social media, Hathaway’s wish is for fans to enjoy the moment, the live experience. She shares, “When I am trying to connect with people in the crowd and I’m seeing iPads instead of faces, it’s this reminder that people don’t feel like it’s real unless it’s in their phones now. I really hate it for them that they pay for a ticket and basically come to look at YouTube. They are missing the real life experience!”

A five-time Grammy Award winner, including wins as Artist and Producer for 2017’s Best R&B Album Lalah Hathaway Live, Hathaway recently completed a six-week run with the “Strength of a Woman” tour opening for Mary J. Blige and as she sits in our studio at rolling out headquarters in Atlanta’s West Midtown section, she opens up about her yearning to sleep in her own bed, cook a meal and play with her 11-year-old Bichon Frise, Boston, while she catches up on her favorite shows that she’s TiVo’d – especially HBO’s “Insecure.”

Her newest offering, honestly is an invitation to go on a “journey that is intimate, disruptive and, time-appropriately, honest.”

This is true poetry! You can catch the rest of Lalah’s amazing interview by clicking here. Happy reading!

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