Coffee Talk: Six Officers Indicted in Freddie Gray Case

Plus: Nicki Minaj hints a new collaboration with Jay Z, Gabrielle Union to star in new movie with Jamie Foxx, Kanye West makes a massive donation to a Chicago youth program, and more!

Jolie A. Doggett May, 22, 2015

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State's Attorney for Baltimore, Marilyn Mosby, announced Thursday that a grand jury has indicted the six officers involved in the death of unarmed Black man Freddie Gray. “On May 1st our investigation revealed that we had enough probable cause to bring charges against the six officers,” Mosby said. Their arrangments are scheduled for July 2. [Huffington Post]

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Gabrielle Union and Jamie Foxx haven't starred in a film together since the 2004 comedy Breakin' All The Rules, but the two are reuniting for a new action thriller Sleepless Night. Foxx is playing a crooked cop trying to save his kidnapped son from a crime boss while Union will play his ex-wife, who assists in their son's rescue. [Madame Noire]

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Are the rumors true? Nicki Minaj tweeted that a new collaboration between her and Jay Z could be only three days away. The two haven't appeared on a song together since Nicki dominated Kanye West's "Monster" track. Here's hoping we get a surprise Memorial Day jam from those two. [Complex]

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Kanye West made a massive donation to ensure his Chicago arts institution, Donda's House, would remain open. West reportedly donated $133,000 of the proceeds from his Louis Vuitton Foundation concert series to the youth program, which lost state funding this year. West launched Donda's House in honor of his late mother, Dr. Donda West. It offers a 12-week program of creative writing, recording and wellness education to artists between 14-24 years-old in Chicago. [Huffington Post]

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Flavor Fav's Memorial Day weekend is off to a bad start. He was arrested under suspicion of driving under the influence and possession of marijuana in Las Vegas on Thursday. After being pulled over for going 73 miles per hour in a 45-mile-per-hour zone, marijuana nd a container of Alcohol were found in his car. [People]


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