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Wendy Williams Allegedly Set To Divorce Husband Kevin once He Reportedly fertilised His reported Mistress

Veteran day time broadcast host Wendy Williams has been through plenty over the previous few weeks... From gap up concerning Associate in Nursing arm injury to apologizing to fans for her recent performance, it appeared like all of Williams' problems stemmed from her health, however if new rumors are true, she includes a ton additional occurring than many of us expected. According to Love B. Scott, Williams goes through some serious bother in her wedding. The popular web log revealed a post with alleged details from an internal supply UN agency discovered the previous radio temperament recently discovered stunningdetails concerning her husband Kevin Hunter and his alleged mistress. "She’s allegedly pregnant and still living simply down the road from their house. Word round the show is that they’re visiting divorce someday currently that small Kevin has gone school," the supply explained. The Wendy Williams corporate executive conjointly told addressed issues concerning her health. "She’s wobbly all the time, and has been cussing out Whoopi Goldbergsub-rosa — while not Whoopi being anyplace close to." Opening up concerning the impact that it's on her in style show's workers, the supply continuing, "[The staff] is habitually having to regulate to her health problems — i.e. not walking out for the start of the show, partition out throughout segments, etc. They’re extremely embarrassed concerning the full scenario." Despite recent reports Wendy Williams has nonetheless to publically address rumors of a possible divorce or whether or not or not her husband is expecting a toddler with another lady. The one issue she has addressed is her performance. « Back

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Watch Trailer...‘Night School’ : Kevin Hart Teams Up With Tiffany Haddish

Who needs the Rock when you’ve got Tiffany Haddish? After pairing with Dwayne Johnson in the smashes “Central Intelligence” and “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” Kevin Hart is teaming up with another star, Ms. Haddish, in the forthcoming comedy “Night School,” which has just released its first trailer. Mr. Hart (who also co-wrote the script) plays a barbecue-grill salesman who yearns for a career as a stockbroker but learns he must complete his G.E.D. first. In comes Ms. Haddish as the no-nonsense teacher, who declares he’s “clinically dumb.” I am so excited about this movie. It is truly a full circle moment for me. To be co-staring in a movie with @kevinhart4real just Proves to me that God is real. Back in 2005 Kevin and I were costars in a sketch Comedy Show at a comedy club in LA. I was homeless as hell, and I didn’t want anyone to know. Kevin noticed a bunch of things in my car and actually took the time to talk to me. He Gave me $300 and told me to get a hotel for a week. ( mind you that is impossible in Los Angeles y’all) He also told me to write out a list of Goals, get my shit together and start working toward those Goals. I did just that and over the years Kevin has always been the Big little Brother I never had. Thank you Kevin for always being willing to teach me and letting me know when I was making mistakes. You are a Comedy Angel. Now when I am In Forbes Magazine as one of the highest paid actresses in the world I will pay you that $300 Back. That is just one of the many things on my list of goals I have yet to Accomplish. So check out #nightschool y’all where I get to be The teacher. A post shared by Tiffany Haddish (@tiffanyhaddish) on Apr 3, 2018 at 7:25am PDT “Night School” reunites the actress with Malcolm D. Lee, director of her 2017 breakout hit “Girls Trip.” The film comes from the prolific producer Will Packer, whose credits include “Girls Trip” as well as Mr. Hart’s “Ride Along” movies. Among the familiar faces spotted in the teaser are “Saturday Night Live” alumni Taran Killam and Rob Riggle. Ms. Haddish can also be seen alongside another “S.N.L.” veteran, Tracy Morgan, in the TBS series “The Last O.G.” “Night School” will be in theaters on Sept. 28.

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Meek Mill Heads to Prison to Start His Sentence Despite Public Outcry

Meek Mill is inmate ND8400 at state prison in Camp Hill, but how he ended up there is the source of much debate. His supporters see the man behind the musician, a 30 year old suffering from an opioid addiction and being made an example of by a Philadelphia judge. He popped some wheelies on his dirt bike, traveled outside of Pennsylvania for shows and got into an altercation with a St. Louis airport employee who was taking his photo. That unfairly yielded 2 to 4 years in prison, according to more than 250,000 people who've signed a petition asking Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf for help. Dozens of celebrities have also expressed support for Mills and slammed the racial disparities in the criminal justice system. Common Pleas Court Judge Genece Brinkley is part of that system. She sees a man who has been in an out of her courtroom for a decade, defying her 10-year probation order. "I gave you break after break, and you basically just thumbed your nose at this court," she said during sentencing Monday. She sees the man known legally as Robert Rihmeek William, who was on probation since a 2008 conviction for dealing drugs and gun possession. He's the Philly rapper with a national audience, who was arrested twice this year: March. He was charged with a misdemeanor for an altercation with a St. Louis airport employee who was trying to take his photo August. He was charged with reckless driving while filming a music video and illegally riding his dirt bike in Manhattan. Charges were dropped in the first case and Mills took a dismissal deal in the second, according to the New York Times. 'Enamored' judge Brinkley is a focal point in the case, partially because critics disagree with her sentence and partially because Mill's attorney has made her one. One of Mill's attorneys, Joe Tacopina, told the New York Times that Brinkley has acted inappropriately during the case, including giving advice on who should be his manager. The judge has also been vindictive, he said. Tacopina said Brinkley asked Mills to do a remake of Boyz II Men's "On Bended Knee" and mention her name, according to Philly.com. Mill laughed it off, the attorney told Philly.com, ultimately telling the judge, "I can't do that. It's not my music. I don't sing that stuff. And I don't do, like, you know, shout-outs to people in my songs." Brinkley responded with, "OK, suit yourself," Tacopina said. He told CNN Brinkley's behavior was "a little stalkerish," claiming last year she showed up at Mill's "community service for the homeless" and "watched him do community service." The judge hasn't responded to the allegations. The Philadelphia court system spokesman, Gabriel Roberts, on Wednesday issued a short statement: "Because this matter is subject to future litigation, there will be no comment at this time." Tacopina said on CNN he will appeal the sentence issued by Brinkley, who has "exhibited enormous bias" and is "enamored" with Mill and takes "a personal interest in the case." 'I'm asking for mercy' The New York City lawyer describes his client as "frustrated." "He's being treated different than anyone else," Tacopina said on CNN Thursday. "If his name was John Smith, he wouldn't be in jail and he certainly wouldn't be on probation. He's been on probation for nearly 10 years. Nobody goes on probation for 10 years." Mill initially had a five-year probation. Brinkley extended it after after additional violations. The rapper was previously sent to prison in July 2014 for parole violations related to performing out of state without permission. Brinkley ordered Mill to take etiquette classes. Mill told Billboard magazine he spent most of that prison stay in solitary confinement. He spoke briefly in court this week before sentencing. "I'm human. I'm not perfect," Mill said, according to a report from Philly.com. "I'm asking for mercy. You gave me the ladder to do what I have to do to prevail in my struggle. I made it this far, I can't really go back and start over." That's when Brinkley said, "I gave you break after break, and you basically just thumbed your nose at this court." Brinkley issued the 2 to 4 year sentence, going against the recommendation of the prosecution. Both the district attorney and Mill's probation officer recommended "no incarceration." Seeking help from Gov. Wolf Celebrities and supporters on Monday joined a chorus of people admonishing Brinkley for her sentence. "The sentence handed down by the Judge -- against the recommendation of the Assistant District Attorney and Probation Officer -- is unjust and heavy handed," rapper Jay-Z posted on Facebook Monday. "We will always stand by and support Meek Mill, both as he attempts to right this wrongful sentence and then in returning to his musical career." Comedian and actor Kevin Hart shared this: "Praying for my brother @meekmill right now. God sometimes puts the toughest battles on his strongest soldiers. I'm here for you man!!!! My brother for life...Always here for you man!!! This storm will pass...Stay strong & keep your head up" A petition for Mill's release started almost immediately. It's called "Somebody Save Meek Mill" and it had more than 257,000 signatures as of early Saturday morning. The thousands of signers are asking Gov. Tom Wolf, Lt. Gov. Mike Stack and the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons for help. The petition says: "We humbly ask for the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons to grant relief in his sentence and call on Governor Tom Wolf to closely look into this matter and address why Meek, and thousands of other young, black men throughout the state are unnecessarily incarcerated for minor parole and probation violations."  

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