Coffee Talk: Will Smith Shuts Down Divorce Rumors (Again!)

Plus: Zendaya explains cultural appropriation, Bobbi Kristina is laid to rest next to Whitney Houston, Jill Scott's new album debuts at number one, Ice T and Coco announce they're having a baby girl, and more.

Taylor Lewis Aug, 04, 2015

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Bobbi Kristina Brown has been laid in her final resting place following her funeral last weekend. After the Atlanta services, Bobbi's body was flown to New Jersey, and yesterday afternoon in a private ceremony, she was buried alongside her mother, Whitney Houston. [NBC News]

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Jilly from Philly just scored the No. 1 spot on the Billboard R&B album charts with the release of her new album, Woman. This is the second time that the R&B songstress has earned the coveted spot (The Light of the Sun took the title in 2011). [Forbes]

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It's going to be a pink bundle of joy for Ice T and Coco, who announced last week that they were expecting their first child together. The couple announced on their talk show yesterday that they would be having a girl (and that Coco was already five months pregnant!). As a matter of fact, they already have settled on a name: Chanel. Awww. [E! Online]

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Just days from the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown's death, a new profile in The New Yorker magazine is giving readers a closer look at Darren Wilson. In "The Man Who Shot Michael Brown," the former police officer said that he hasn't had time to reflect on who Michael Brown was as a person, and that "everyone is so quick to jump on race." What do you think of the story? [Yahoo]

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Nichelle Nichols has been preparing for this moment for her entire adult life. The 82-year-old Star Trek actress announced last week that she would be joining the crew of NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy on their upcoming mission in September. Sadly, she won't technically be traveling into space, but the shuttle will be flying as high as possible within the earth's atmosphere. "You get a totally different perspective than from Earth," she said in a Reddit AMA. "I do hope someone gets some great pictures." Just tell us who to follow on Instagram! [People]

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Zendaya expertly broke down the difference between cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation in an interview with Nylon magazine. She explained that you must understand the history behind a culture before you can borrow from it. "Some things are really sacred and important to other cultures, so you have to be aware—politically—about those things before you just adopt them," she said, adding that she never adopts a new trend without knowing what's behind it. We think Zendaya and cultural appropriation slayer Amandla Stenberg need to hang out! [Huffington Post]