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Fetty Wap Is Getting His Own Mobile Racing Game

Fetty Wap is expanding his influence, but probably not in the direction you expected.

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Video: Southside With You, a Movie About the Obamas’ First Date

Southside With You, a movie about the early days of Michelle and Barack Obama's relationship, premiered at Sundance earlier this year to widely positive reviews. Now, anyone who didn't get the chance to attend the exclusive film festival can get their first look the Richard Tanne-directed movie, with the release of its first trailer.

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Rita Ora Responds To Beyonce "Becky" Rumors

Rita Ora responds to accusations that she is "Becky with the good hair" and Jay Z's former paramour.

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Birdman & Jacquees Share "Lost At Sea" Mixtape Release Date

Birdman and Jacquees are teaming up for a joint project.

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Mick Jenkins Has Completed His Debut Album

Mick Jenkins announces that his debut album, possibly titled "The Healing Component," is done.

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Who's The NBA's MVP? If You Consider salary, the answer will surprise you

Golden State Warriors' superman Stephen Curry will probably be crowned the most valuable player in the NBA this year. But it was Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside who had the most valuable contract for his team.

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Suspect Shot After Threatening To Blow Up Fox Baltimore Headquarters

A contractor who threatened to set off a bomb at the headquarters of Fox 45 Baltimore Thursday afternoon, forcing police to evacuate the building, walked outside before a sniper shot him as cameras rolled. ADVERTISEMENT

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Why Facebook Could One Day Be Worth $1 Trillion

If they make a sequel to "The Social Network," Justin Timberlake's Sean Parker should say this to Jesse Eisenberg's Mark Zuckerberg.

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Cardell Hayes Indictment Will Smith Death

Cardell Hayes, the man who authorities say killed former New Orleans Saints player Will Smith, has been indicted on four charges

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This Man Was Freed After 10 Years in Prison Because Police Lied About A Camera

Chicago police testified there was no surveillance camera in the alley where they arrested Jermaine Walker — but there was. After 10 years in prison, Walker was set free. UPDATE: The Circuit Court of Cook County has granted Walker’s certificate of innocence.

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