The Quick Read: Jada Pinkett Smith and Gabrielle Union Dish On Their 17-Year Silent Feud
Jeff Kravitz

Here’s all the news you may have missed this weekend:

After 17 years of unspoken tension, Jada Pinkett Smith and Gabrielle Union sat down to hash out their long-standing beef. On Pinkett Smith’s Red Table Talk, the two spoke about the rift and what caused the miscommunication. While Union opened up about hitting rock bottom, Pinkett Smith admitted it was “some petty ass s–t.” By episode’s end, both actresses reconciled and began healing their friendship. (People)

Mike Epps will join Viola Davis in Troupe Zero, an Amazon Studios project set to film in New Orleans. Epps will play Dwayne Boudraux in the Bert & Bertie-directed movie about a group of elementary school kids who start a Girl Scout troupe. No release date has been set. (Deadline)

Richard “Tre” Jenkins who was once homeless will attend Harvard University in the fall on a full scholarship. Jenkins, 18, has maintained an “A” grade average at Girard College, a college preparatory boarding school in North Philly, and is valedictorian of his class. The Harvard-bound teen found out he was accepted to the Ivy League school while on a school trip to Paris. (Vibe)

Pandora now offers a premium family plan. Similar to its competitors like Tidal, Spotify and Apple Music, the music streaming giant’s new family-friendly plan will feature ad-less listening sessions, offline playback, customizable playlists and host up to six accounts for $14.99. (Billboard)

The Golden State Warriors are back in the NBA Finals. After beating out the Houston Rockets in Game 7, Steph Curry and his team of 3-point-shooting players will go on to face LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers for the fourth time. (Twitter)

Mariah Carey reportedly sold her 35-carat diamond engagement ring from ex-fiancé James Packer. The massive symbol of love was worth $10 million and Carey secretly sold it to a Los Angeles jeweler for $2.1 million, a source says. The pop star diva is now openly dating Bryan Tanaka. (Page Six)

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