Coffee Talk: Serena Williams Unveils Fashion Line at New York Fashion Week

Plus: Aaliyah's estate prepares to release a fragrance modeled after her, Bill Cosby accusers will appear on an A&E special, BET announces Hip Hop Awards nominations, and more.

Taylor Lewis Sep, 16, 2015

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Serena Williams does it all. Just days after her run at the U.S. Open came to an end, the tennis star debuted her Serena Williams' Signature Statement Collection HSN clothing line at New York Fashion Week. The models showcased neutral pieces that are attainable for everyday women. Seated front row at the fashion show? Serena's rumored boo, Drake. [The Daily Beast]

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Fifteen women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault will be speaking out in an hour-long televised special on A&E called Cosby: The Women Speak airing this Thursday at 9pm ET. The women will recount their experiences with the actor-comedian, who has been accused of sexual assault by more than 50 women. [Variety]

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A South Carolina judge has denied the bail request for Michael Slager, the former police officer who fatally shot 50-year-old Walter Scott in April. Scott was fleeing from Slager and running from a traffic stop when Slager opened fire, shooting Scott eight times in the back. Slager was indicted for Scott's murder, and earlier this week, a judge concluded that his release on bond would "constitute an unreasonable danger to the community." [NBC News]

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Fifteen years after Aaliyah's untimely death, the singer's estate is partnering with Xyrena to create a unisex fragrance modeled after the colognes that she frequently wore. Five percent of proceeds will be given to the Aaliyah Memorial Fund. You can expect to get your hands on this fragrance sometime next month. [MTV]

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The BET Hip Hop Awards nominees are in, and Drake is the clear champ. The If You're Reading This It's Too Late singer scored 12 nominations, beating out Big Sean, who had 10 nods, and Nicki Minaj, who walked away with 9. Kendrick Lamar, Fetty Wap, Big Sean and J. Cole also scored their fair share of nominations. Catch the awards show Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. ET on BET. [Billboard]

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Maya Angelou's art hit the auction block yesterday, raking in an unbelievable $1.3 million. Many of the late poet's artworks were designed by female artists, including "Maya's Quilt of Life," a quilt given to Angelou on her 61st birthday by long-time friend Oprah Winfrey. The quilt was expected to bring in $250,000, but it sold for a whopping $461,000. [CBS Local]