The Quick Read: Kenya Moore Shows Off Her Growing Baby Bump On Instagram

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Kenya Moore showed off her growing baby bump on Instagram with some help from fellow Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss Tucker. Kandi posted the video of the glowing mom-to-be and “Baby Daly” to her Instagram Stories, saying, “Yas for the belly!” (The Shade Room)

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Chrissy Teigen brought her 6-week-old son, Miles, along to give a passionate speech at the Families Belong Together march in Los Angeles on Saturday (June 30). “baby’s first rally. #keepfamiliestogether,” the mother of two wrote alongside a photo of herself carrying Miles onstage. During the speech, Teigen spoke about her experience as the daughter of an immigrant and gave a hilarious Donald Trump impression. (People)

Nicki Minaj has verbally attacked a writer over a critique of latest music. Wanna, a Toronto-based scribe, believes the “Chun-Li” rapper should “put out mature content,” to which Minaj responded viciously in Wanna’s DMs. “Just say you jealous. I’m rich, famous, intelligent, pretty and go,” the rapper wrote, among name-calling and other abhorrent language. Wanna has since received death threats from Minaj’s fans. (Vibe)

Mattel has revealed Robotics Engineer Barbie, a new line of dolls aimed at teaching young girls how to code. Equipped with safety goggles, a doll-sized laptop, and a small robot, this doll is the first-ever geared toward women in STEM. In partnership with kids-friendly computer system Tynker, Mattel will also offer six free coding lessons that focus on problem-solving, logic and other coding skills. (Mashable)

La La Anthony surprised the sister of Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz with a graduation celebration at Sugar Factory in New York. Guzman-Feliz’s sister Genesis was unable to enjoy her personal achievement because of Junior’s death. “Thank you so much @lala for giving me a genuine smile throughout these hard times,” the teen wrote on Instagram. “You’re an amazing person with a heart of gold and I will appreciate you forever, thank you for making me feel so special.” (NBC New York)

LeBron James has signed a four-year $154 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. (Klutch Sports)