The Quick Read: Chrissy Teigen Shares First Photo Of Newborn Son 

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Niki McGloster May, 21, 2018

Here’s all the news you need to know:

After giving birth just last week, Chrissy Teigen thanked fans for their well wishes by showing the first pic of her and John Legend’s son, Miles Theodore Stephens. “We are drowning in his little peeps and nuzzles,” she wrote. “Our household feels overwhelmed with love. Thank you for all your well wishes!” This is the couple’s second child. (Instagram)

Over 110 people died Friday in a Damojh Airlines Boeing 737 crash shortly after leaving Cuba. The airline has a history of faulty flights. According to the Associated Press, a similar plane was banned in 2017 due to the crew overloading luggage on flights to Cuba. Mexico’s National Civil Aviation Authority has made plans to investigate. (Buzzfeed)

Diddy made art history after buying Kerry James Marshall’s painting titled “Past Times” for $21.1 million. The mogul’s winning bid of the Chicago artists’ work marks the highest amount paid for a piece by a living Black artist. (New York Times)

Starbucks has announced a policy change following the police harassment of two Black men at a Philadelphia location. Under the new rules, any person can sit in the cafe, including its patios, or use the restroom regardless of whether they make a purchase. (CNN)

Spike Lee won the coveted Grand Prix award at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival for Black KkKlansman, a feature about a Black detective that performs an undercover investigation of the KKK. The film, which received a 10-minute standing ovation, earned Lee his first-ever nod from the French fest. (The Root)

Every detail of Duchess Meghan Markle and Duke Harry’s royal wedding was accounted for, down to each floral arrangement. After celebrations died down, flowers that decorated the outside of St. George’s Chapel were donated to St. Joseph’s hospice patients while the ones inside will remain for another wedding scheduled later this week. (Twitter)

Much like everyone else, Allee Willis, co-writer of Earth, Wind, & Fire’s “September” could’ve done without Taylor Swift’s version of the classic hit. Though she tweeted that “everyone has a right to do with a song what they please,” she also stated that Swift’s cover “was as lethargic as a drunk turtle dozing under a sunflower after ingesting a bottle of Valium.” (Billboard)

Detroit officials announce that pop icon Michael Jackson will have a street named after him in the city. Specifically, a portion of what is now known as Randolph Street will be renamed to Michael Jackson Avenue. The move celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Jackson 5 signing to Motown Records. (Complex)

Transgender man Nino Fortson, 36, was shot to death in Atlanta on Sunday. A witness says Fortson was arguing with two women and two men when he fired a small gun in the air and walked away. Moments later, more gunshots rang out and Fortson was lying on the ground. He later died at Grady Memorial Hospital. Fortson’s death marks the 10th known transgender homicide this year. (Advocate)