The Quick Read: Omarosa Makes Her 'Big Brother' Debut And Compares The Backstabbing To Washington

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Sydney Scott Feb, 08, 2018

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning:

Omarosa Manigault-Newman made her Celebrity Big Brother debut Wednesday night and wasted no time talking about her time working in Trump’s White House in Washington. “There’s a lot of people that want to stab me in the back, kind of similar to the White House,” she said on the season premiere. “The one thing I learned from politics is you have to learn how to watch your own back and in some cases, you have to watch your front too.” (CNN)

T-Pain has a few thoughts on Quincy Jones’ recent sensational interview. The musician shared on Twitter that it seemed Jones was “pissed off at the whole world,” adding that his own experience working with the music legend wasn’t all it was cracked up to be. (Twitter)

Lonzo Ball is reportedly set to become a father. Multiple sources have revealed that the LA Laker and his longtime girlfriend, Denise Garcia, are expecting. Denise is reportedly four months along. No word yet on whether they’re expecting a boy or girl. (TMZ Sports)

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke is working on a memoir. Where the Light Enters will be published by 37 Ink, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, in 2019. (Washington Post)

Drake is giving back to Miami. The rapper recently donated $50,000 to Lotus House, a homeless shelter for women and children. He also gave away Target gift cards to 130 women. (TMZ)

Yvonne Orji has joined upcoming sci-fi flick Spontaneous. The premise? High school students in a small town start spontaneously exploding. Orji will play Special Agent Rosetti. (The Hollywood Reporter

Early reviews of Black Panther have the film sitting at 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Critics are praising the film, which premieres Feb. 16, as a game-changer for Marvel. (HuffPost)

Terry Crews appears to have a key role in the upcoming Deadpool sequel. Crews’ role is unclear from the trailer, but seeing him alongside the film’s titular hero and Zazie Beetz’s Domino must mean he’s one of the good guys. (Shadow and Act)