Happy Friday! The week has finally come to an end. Treat yourself for making it through another work week by grabbing your favorite breakfast and reading this morning’s buzziest news.
1. The Juice got too loose at a Las Vegas hotel. OJ Simpson was reportedly kicked out of the Cosmopolitan Hotel after getting drunk and belligerent. Staff say Simpson became disruptive and angry and “glasses broke at the bar.” (TMZ)
2. Remy Ma chimed in on Meek Mill’s recent sentencing during an interview with “The Breakfast Club.” The rapper broke down how post-release provisions add more time to your sentence, using her own time in jail as an example, “I literally have a curfew still, I have a curfew of 12:30 every day until 2019 and I got out of prison in 2014.” She added that the system is “set it up so that you go back.” (The Breakfast Club)
3. Oprah always has nuggets of wisdom to drop, which is why many of us miss seeing her on daytime TV. However, it seems the media mogul is done with daytime television, telling E! News that while she doesn’t think she’ll return to daytime television, there “may be another format.” (E! News)
4. Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert’s divorce is definitely real. The singer responded to a fan on Instagram assuring her that “ain’t nobody got time for that.” “I wish it was fake, ” she wrote. “It’s the hardest thing I’ve EVER been through.” (The Shade Room)
5. Beyoncé, Solange, and JAY-Z were recently spotted grabbing dinner at legendary New Orleans restaurant Dooky Chase’s, where they posed with owner Leah Chase, who appeared in the visuals for Beyoncé’s Lemonade. (Nola.com)
6. Cardi B’s sister always has her back. Love & Hip Hop star Moniece Slaugher wasn’t quite sure why the rapper’s sister blocked her on Instagram, but quickly found out when Hennessy wrote, “I blocked you cause I peeped you liking f–ked up s–t about my sister and I don’t f–king play that s–t. BLOCK!!!” (The Shade Room)
7. A Brooklyn bar is adding a splash of Beyoncé to its new pop-up. Carroll Gardens bar Leyenda will be renamed “Sleyenda,” for the holiday season. Folks can stop by the pop-up for “cocktails and bites through a Latin lens” with a dash of Queen Bey. (Time Out New York)
8. White nationalist Richard Spencer tried explaining why white supremacy is good for Black people to The Guardian‘s Gary Younge and failed because he’s an idiot. (Blavity)
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