Coffee Talk: Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker Are Expecting First Child Together

Plus: Empire releases a season two trailer, Janet Jackson and J. Cole to drop "No Sleeep" remix, Drake responds to ghostwriting accusations, and more!

Taylor Lewis Jul, 23, 2015

1 of 5 Michael Rowe

This housewife has a bun in the oven! Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss and her hubby Todd Tucker just announced that they are expecting their first child together (both Kandi and Burruss have daughters from different partners). No word yet on the due date or sex of the baby. Congrats to the happy family! [E! Online]

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It's like Christmas in July! We've been listening to Janet's shiny new song, "No Sleeep," on repeat since she dropped the single last month. Now, she's teaming up with J. Cole to bring us a remix of the song. Word on the street is that the remix will hit radio airwaves sometime today! [Billboard]

3 of 5 Michael Tran

The bad blood between rappers Drake and Meek Mill keeps heating up. Earlier this week, Nicki Minaj's boo Meek Mill began publicly accusing Nicki's bestie Drake of not writing his own verses, and yesterday, Drake decided to break his silence. Well… sort of. In a private Instagram message between Drake and his friend, Drizzy said "I signed up for greatness. This comes with it." Last night, Meek issued a public apology for Nicki for slamming her BFF. Hopefully this will be the end of that feud! [Entertainment Tonight]

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We've been waiting for this, and now the time is finally (almost) here. It was just announced that Miles Ahead, the Miles Davis biopic written by and starring Don Cheadle, will close October's New York Film Festival. "Miles' music is all encompassing, forward-leaning and expansive," Cheadle said in a statement. "He changed the game time after time, and New York is really where it all took off for him." [The Guardian]

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Is there a Space Jam 2 in our near future, with LeBron James stepping into Michael Jordan's shoes? All signs are pointing to yes. LeBron just penned a deal with Warner Bros., the conglomerate that gave us the beauty that was Space Jam, just one month after the production company renewed its Space Jam trademarks. And with that, all 90s children rejoiced. [TIME]

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