Coffee Talk: Tyler Perry Names Oprah Godmother of His Son

From Vivica Fox's true love to Azealia Banks' Twitter beef. There's a lot to talk about this Tuesday morning!

Jolie A. Doggett Feb, 17, 2015

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Over the weekend, Tyler Perry and his girlfriend Gelila Bekele christend their new born son, Aman Tyler Bekele-Perry with Oprah Winfrey and Cicely Tyson looking on as newly appointed Godparents. Also in attendance at the christening was Jennifer Judson, Yolanda Adams, Bill Withers and Smokie Norful. [Hello Beautiful]

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Comedian Eddie Murphy is getting serious about his music career. Murphy had a hit song, "Party All The Time," back in the 80's and apparently, he's been working on new hits for years. "I just kept writing my stuff and doing my stuff privately because I had no pressure and no expectations," he said. Last month, Murphy released a reggae single, "Oh Jah Jah," about recent news of terrorism and racial tensions. [Huffington Post]

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They say you never forget your first love. Vivica A. Fox sure hasn't forgotten about rapper 50 Cent who she refers to as "love of my life."

"I really, really cared for him and I loved him very, very much and I always will, but he just wasn’t right for me," she said. "That’s hard when you really, really love a person in your heart, you want to be with them." [Hello Beautiful]

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AzealiaBanks has started yet another Twitter war, this time with the Queen of Soul, Erykah Badu. When Badu admitted she "tried" to listen to Banks' music on Twitter, Banks came back at everything from Badu's age to her signature head wraps. Ms. Badu stayed classy responding with a simple "Maybe you're right. I'm just too old to get it." [Clutch]

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20 players in Snoop Dogg's Youth Football League are on their way to Division 1 schools thanks to Snoop's coaching and mentoring. Snoop and his son, Cordell, will appear in an upcoming reality show, Snoop& Son:A Dad's Dream, about grooming Cordell and the other players to transition from playing ball in high school to college. [TMZ]


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