• LeBron James graced the September cover of GQ and quipped about how he hated Cleveland as a kid growing up in Akron, Ohio. “[Clevelanders] were the bigger-city kids when we were growing up [who] looked down on us, so we didn’t actually like Cleveland. We hated Cleveland growing up,” the baller told GQ. [Huff Po]
  • Jay-Z reigns supreme as the top hip hop millionaire for the second year in a row. Hova topped Forbes’ “Hip Hop Cash Kings 2010” list, raking in $63 million in the last 12 months. Diddy came in second. [Forbes]
  • Want to know if your co-worker could be a good match? Check out this quirky, resourceful flow chart before you step to him. [Jezebel]
  • Have you played the Naomi Campbell blood diamond video game? Spend your whole lunch break throwing virtual diamonds at the supermodel in this game called 24 Carat Campbell, or you know, go for a walk and get some sunlight and fresh air. [Gloss]
  • Gabrielle Union is officially off the hook. Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife, Siohvaughn, filed a lawsuit against Union and Wade citing that the couple engaged in “sexual foreplay” in front of the kids. The judge dismissed the entire case claiming “improper jurisdiction.” [TMZ]
  • And the bro-mance continues. Kanye West and Justin Bieber will be sharing the stage together at the VMAs. According to Hollywood Life, the collaboration will benefit both artists… maybe so. [Hollywood Life]
  • In other Kanye West news, the rapper/producer will attend a lawsuit mediation (by phone) with Suge Knight on August 26 — related to a 2005 Miami Beach party, hosted by West, where Knight was shot in the leg. [AP]
  • Get your credit cards ready. Starting this Friday, Target will team up with Gilt Groupe to bring you more affordable and fashionable clothes. [WWD]
  • She’s gone. Dr. Laura made headlines last week for using the n-word several times, and now the famous personality will end her show this year at the end of her contract. She reportedly wants to “regain her First Amendment rights.” [CNN]
  • Who ever thought Wyclef was qualified to run for President of Haiti? Apparently, he truly may not be. Jean’s eligibility for the office is in question because it’s unclear whether or not he has lived in Haiti for five consecutive years — a requirement to run. A final decision will be made this Friday. [CNN]
  • A homeless man, Gregory Taylor, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison for stealing food from a church, will be freed in the coming days. He reportedly served 13 years of his sentence. Taylor was a victim of California’s three-strike law system. [Huff Po] 
  • Barack Obama’s Kenyan Aunt is now legally allowed to stay in the U.S.A. This after a judge granted her asylum because the federal government gave away her status. [Huff Po]

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