It’s a girl for Tamera Mowry! Tamera and her hubby, Adam, welcomed Ariah (like “Mariah” minus the “M”) Talea Housley into the world yesterday afternoon. Ariah is the couple’s second child—they had a 2-year-old son named Aden—and the new family couldn’t be more excited. “Aden already made a welcome video for her,” the couple told People yesterday. Congrats on your new addition! [People]
The wait is over! After what felt like months of teasing, Rihanna finally released the 7-minute music video for her boss chick song, “B—h Better Have My Money.” We got a taste of the video during last weekend’s BET Awards, but the full video shows Rihanna kidnapping and torturing an unsuspecting woman. The takeaway? Don’t mess with RiRi! Watch the video here.
Four days before she was found unresponsive in a Georgia bathtub in January, Bobbi Kristina Brown was in a head-on collision with 41-year-old Russell Eckerman. Eckerman, who claims that Bobbi K caused the accident, is now seeking $730,000 in damages to cover his medical and damage expenses. The suit was filed last week, just days after the Houston and Brown families made the decision to admit the 21-year-old into a Georgia hospice facility. [New York Daily News]
We have yet another reason to switch over to Tidal. The eternally mysterious Prince made the decision last night to pull all of his music from all streaming services except for Tidal. His decision coincides with the release of his newest song, HARDROCKLOVER, which he just dropped on Soundcloud. [The Guardian]
Janet Jackson AND diamonds are forever! The “No Sleeep” singer announced earlier this week that she is launching her own jewelry line—Janet Jackson Unbreakable Diamonds Collection (“Unbreakable” is also the name of the singer’s upcoming world tour). The ultra luxe line features fab pieces like a beautiful yellow heart diamond necklace for the price of a cool $2 million. [The Daily Star]
Chris Brown is going back to court, but this time, it’s in the name of fatherhood. Breezy has filed paternity documents against the Nia Guzman, the mother of his 1-year-old daughter, Royalty. According to the suit, Chris is paying $2,500/month in child support, but Guzman is seeking $15,000. He’s seeking legal intervention to determine a fair monthly amount. We hope everything works out! [BET]
Bree Newsome will make her first television appearance tonight since climbing a flagpole to take down the Confederate flag at the South Carolina Capitol last week. Newsome is scheduled to appear on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore tonight on Comedy Central. Considering Wilmore’s statements on Newsome’s actions—”If you want something done, wait around and do nothing until a kick–s Black woman comes along and does that s–t for you…What she did was amazing”—we have a feeling that the segment is going to be good. [St. Louis American]