Happy Monday! Check out this morning’s round-up for news you may have missed over the weekend.

1. After the NAACP issued a travel advisory warning African American passengers to use caution while flying with American Airlines, the airline has now made anti-racism training mandatory. The program’s curriculum is currently being developed, but will include both online and in-person training. (The Root

2. MSNBC’s Joy Reid has apologized after decades-old blog posts resurfaced, which criticizes former Gov. Charlie Crist of Florida using homophobic language. Reid said in a statement, ” I am disappointed in myself. I apologize to those who also are disappointed in me.” (Mediaite)

3. DMX faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to tax fraud. The rapper reportedly owes the government at least $1.7 million. (ABC News)

4. On Saturday, LL Cool J became the first rapper to receive the prestigious Kennedy Center Honor. Lionel Richie, Gloria Estefan, Carmen de Lavallade, and Norman Lear were also recognized during the ceremony. (Vibe)

5. K. Michelle is not holding back when it comes to the Kardashians. The singer recently shared her new single “Kim K.,” which takes aim at the famous family and includes a line or two about Blac Chyna. (The Grio)

6. Netlix has renewed Stranger Things for a third season. The news comes as Black Mirror prepares for its return, sharing teasers on Twitter of the show’s forthcoming fourth season. (Vulture)

7. Things seem back to normal for Tyrese, whose erratic behavior has made headlines over the last few months. The singer was all smiles on Instagram with daughter Shayla by his side. Hopefully, we see a lot more of this Tyrese. (Instagram)

8. Cardi B is bringing New York together. The singer’s hit “Bodak Yellow” got subway riders dancing as they waited for trains, proving that Cardi can get the party started when you’re waiting on slow trains. (Twitter)