• Tiger Woods broke his promise that he would never miss another one of his children’s birthdays. The golfer was not with his daughter Sam on Friday June 18 when she turned 3. [Grio]
  • In other Tiger Woods news, the pilot who flew a banner reading “Tiger Are You My Daddy?” over the US Open golf tournament last weekend says he was grounded by the FBI. [TMZ]
  • Rapper Bun B will be teaching a hip hop and religion course at Rice University in Houston Texas next spring semester. [HHW]
  • Kanye West and Q-Tip took Sports Illustrated model Jessica White out to Tao in New York City for the beauty’s 26th birthday. [NYP]
  • Model turned fashion mogul mommy Kimora Lee-Simmons just opened up a new Baby Phat store in Cape Town, South Africa. Her actor husband Djimon Hounsou was by her side. [SG]
  • The 2010 FIFA World Cup’s host country team, South Africa’s Bafana Bafana, has been eliminated from the championship. [AP]
  • Just before the anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, Jermaine Jackson gives an interview to Larry King at Forest Lawn Cemetery where his brother is buried. [TMZ]
  • Another Jackson brother, Randy Jackson, released a written statement about a court ruling allowing Dr. Conrad Murray to keep his medical license. [AP]
  • Queen Latifah is the latest celeb to make a cameo on HBO’s “Entourage. [SG]
  • Late author E. Lynn Harris’ new novel “In My Father’s House,” will be released this summer. Lynn completed the book one year ago, just before his untimely death. [EURWeb]
  • Late rapper Tupac Shakur has been added to the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry. Other additions include Little Richard and Bill Cosby. [Reuters]
  • Gary Coleman’s ex-wife Shannon Price told Coleman what to write in his will, the actor’s former lawyer Randy Kester says. [RadarOnline]
  • Is Michael Jackson bigger than Elvis? The King of Pop’s businesses have pulled in more than $200 million in the year since his death. [WSJ]

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