Take a look at what’s got our coffee mugs overflowing this morning:
  • It has been 20 months since the Chris Brown/Rihanna debacle, and Breezy has finished his mandatory domestic violence class. He tweeted: “I have enough self-respect and decency to be proud of accomplishing the DV class… Boyz run from their mistakes… Men Learn from them!!! thx” Congratulations to Brown. It’s certainly a huge step in putting this nightmare behind him. [TGJ]
  • Tracy Morgan is recovering from a kidney transplant at a NYC hospital. The comedian underwent surgery in early December and is expected to make a full recovery. Morgan should return to work early next year. [Vulture]
  • Lil Wayne is spreading Christmas joy to one lucky fan’s mother. He purchased an $11,000 motorized wheelchair for the elderly woman. He decided to purchase the chair after receiving numerous letters from a fan while in jail. “I pray for him every night, thanking him for this chair,” Evelyn Austin said. [Vulture]
  • Bossip is reporting that Amber Rose has lost her modeling contract with Ford, but on the flip side, she was seen filming her new reality show, “Behind Her Shades.” Amber doesn’t need that modeling contract, she has so many deals right now that cash shouldn’t be an issue. [Bossip]
  • The troubles for Jermaine Jackson keep mounting. The five bedroom home he’s renting is going into foreclosure and will be auctioned off on January 21st. He now has 60 days to vacate the premises. Earlier this year, he asked a judge to lower his child support payments from $3,000 a month to $215 month. We know how this will end, staying with mom again… [TMZ]
  • Ludacris just made a cool 100K for performing a 45-minute concert at a millionaire’s birthday party. The party took place in Arizona and included other celebs like Snooki, each handsomely paid for to show face. SMH, ever think you’re in the wrong business? [TMZ]
  • Ne-Yo isn’t happy with MJ’s new album. “If Michael was still alive… I don’t think the album would be out yet, ” he said. “I knew this man… and he was very critical about every single detail. He stood in the studio himself, mastering and mixing everything. How can you release a record without that Michael Jackson? It’s not Michael Jackson.” [Black Voices]

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