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Sydney Scott
Apr, 06, 2018

Here's all the news you need to know:

Cardi B's debut album, Invasion Of Privacy, is already gold. The album, which dropped Friday, has already sold 500,000 units and features artists like Chance the Rapper, SZA, Migos, Kehlani and SZA. (Vibe)

Cynthia Bailey has revealed that she recently underwent surgery for a lymphoma tumor that turned out to be benign. Bailey said she noticed a bump on her back near her left shoulder and initially thought it was a bug bite until she realized weeks later that it had gotten bigger. Thankfully, Bailey is okay, taking to social media to assure fans that she's doing just fine. (People)

The trailer for an upcoming André Leon Talley documentary has been released. The Gospel According to André follows the fashion legend's journey from the Jim Crow South to becoming one of the most influential people in fashion. (YouTube)

Jordan Peele is set to produce a Lorena Bobbitt docuseries. Bobbit is infamous for cutting off her husband's penis after he allegedly raped her. The jury agreed that Bobbit could not be held responsible after the defense argued that the rape led to a psychotic break. (Vulture)

HBO has released the trailer for Michael B. Jordan's Fahrenheit 451. Adapted from Ray Bradbury’s novel of the same name, the film tells the story of a dystopian future where books are burned. (Vulture)

A new collective is making animation more inclusive. Black Girls Animate, launched by Taylor K. Shaw, hopes to make the world of animation more accessible for women of color, giving them opportunities to break into the industry. (Teen Vogue)

Singer Lorde has apologized after sharing a photo of a bathtub with the caption, "And iiii will always love you." Fans quickly called out the singer for the comment, calling it insensitive due to Whitney Houston's untimely death in 2012. (The Fader)

Cardi B says the alleged feud between her and Nicki Minaj is just made up by the internet. She told Ebro of Beats 1, "I don't really have the time for that. It's like if you ain't fucking my man, or if you not taking my money from me, or if you not stopping my money then I don't really give a fuck about you." (Beats 1 Radio)

Judge Genece E. Brinkley will no longer decide if Meek Mill will be released on bail after the Philadelphia District Attorney, Larry Krasner, officially filed no opposition to the rapper's release. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will decide whether or not the rapper will be released on bail. (The Blast)