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Sydney Scott
May, 03, 2018

Here's what's trending today:

The two Black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks while waiting for a friend have settled with the coffee giant. Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson settled for $1 each and $200,000 to fund a young entrepreneur program. The two men said the settlement was "the best way to see that change that we want to see." (Associated Press)

Blac Chyna is not pregnant by her 18-year-old boyfriend. Rumors have been swirling that Chyna and her new teen boo YBN Almighty Hay are expecting, but a source reveals that the rumors are definitely not true. However, the source adds that she is in love with the young rapper and hopes to have more kids in the future. (TMZ)

Kanye West has reportedly headed back to Wyoming to add finishing touches to his upcoming album. On Wednesday, the rapper reportedly flew back to the secluded mountaintop home he's been renting while working on his album and expects to have a steady stream of friends visit to help finish the album. (TMZ)

Donald Glover's Saturday Night Live promo is here. The actor and musician is set to host and perform as Childish Gambino, joining the ranks of Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, and Janet Jackson as hosts who have done double duty. Glover will host on Saturday, May 5. (YouTube)

A number of Chicago charter schools are facing criticism because girls are bleeding through their pants due to strict bathroom policies. It was revealed that students in the Noble Network of Charter Schools have school policies that one teacher called "dehumanizing." One student revealed that when bathroom escorts are unavailable, students are either forced to remain seated or reprimanded for leaving class to use the bathroom. (NPR Illinois)

Cicely Tyson is not retiring anytime soon. When asked by Variety if she's ever thought of retiring, Tyson said, "And do what?" (Variety)

The Television Hall of Fame has removed Bill Cosby from its list of honorees along with his statue after the comedian was found guilty of sexual assault. The decision comes after a number of universities revoked Cosby's honorary degrees. (The Hollywood Reporter

Viacom is being sued by Rovier Carrington, the great-grandson of Three Stooges actor Moe Howard, who alleges that he was raped by now-deceased former head of Paramount, Brad Grey, and sexually exploited by former MTV exec Brian Graden, who promised career opportunities in exchange for sex. Carrington is seeking $100 million in damages from the company. (Variety)

Washington Redskins cheerleaders are speaking out after some were required to go topless during a photo shoot, while others were made to wear nothing but body paint. An all-male group of sponsors and FedExField suite holders were allowed access to the shoot. The women allege that in a separate situation they were also forced to act as escorts for some of the male sponsors. (NY Times)

Fox has renewed Empire for a fifth season. The series, now in its fourth season, is still killing it in its Wednesday night time slot and Fox reports that the show is its second most watched in multi-platform viewing. (Variety)