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Coffee Talk: Lebron James Shares His Unborn Daughter's Name

Plus, Will Smith reunites with DJ Jazzy Jeff, the new HBO Trailer for 'On The Run' is full of love, Remy Ma gives some sound advice and J. Cole responds to Michael Brown's fatal shooting.
Coffee Talk: Lebron James Shares His Unborn Daughter’s Name

Happy Monday. Here’s what we’re talking about over tea and blueberry scones:

Lebron James gave his wife Savannah Brinson a ‘push gift’ this weekend by taking her on an intimate vacation, without their sons. The happy couple traveled to Greece for a pre-baby celebration, squeezing in sometime on a yatch. James even shared the name of his unborn daughter with an adorable Instagram. “Mykonos Greece is spectacular! Push gift to my wife @mrs_sacvannahrj! Zhuri hurry up and get here so your daddy and 2 brothers can annout you! Lol.” The caption was paired with a sunny shot of the couple, while out on the water. [HelloBeautiful]

Will Smith and his former DJ Jazzy Jeff got together at a pool party in Las Vegas, this weekend. Smith’s appearance was totally unannounced, and gave the friends a chance to reunite for their famous hit, ‘Summertime.’ The fun times continued when Smith ripped off his shirt, giving fans another reason party. [EOnline]

After being locked up for six years, Remy Ma (aka the Ruler) is back, in a big way. While visiting BET’s 106 & Park, she gave some sound advice on making the right decisions. “You have to be very careful about the decisions that you make,” she said. “One mistake could literally negate every good thing you’ve done your whole life.” [Sister2Sister]

The September 20 premiere of HBO’s On The Run Tour: Beyonce and Jay Z is nearing. With the first official trailer starting off with Beyoncé serenading Jay, while he puffs on his cuban, and the rest including vibrant clips from the different shows, we couldn’t be more excited. [EOnline]

J. Cole has taken to the track to respond to the turmoil surrounding the fatal shooting of Michael Brown. ‘Be Free,’ was released late last week, dedicated to “Michael Brown and to every young Black man murdered in America.” Cole took things a step further, and visited Ferguson, spending his day talking with protestors and listening to their stories. [Dreamvillain]

Check out his new hit, “Be Free.”