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DAWN RICHARD ISN'T THE SAME: Former singer and reality TV star Dawn Richard recently posted a selfie of herself that has fans wondering what's going on. In the photo, the singer does not resemble herself. She has yet to comment on if she's had any work done.

REGGIE BUSH COMPARES MIKE BROWN TO THE MIDDLE EAST: NFL baller Reggie Bush took to Instagram after the decision in the Mike Brown grand jury. He posted a photo of man holding a sign that read, "The Palestinian people know what mean to be shot while unarmed because of your ethnicity #ferguson #justice."

  • Bush captioned the photo, "No matter who you are, what color skin you have, where you live, we are all in this together! This isn't a Ferguson problem it's a Global Problem! We need change NOW! What happened to humanity? #JusticeForMikeBrown."

'MOESHA' STAR DISSED AT LA NIGHT CLUB: Moesha star Marcus T. Paulk tried to get into the DBA club in West Hollywood Monday night, November 24th, but was denied at the door. Eventually he was told he could go in if he got bottle service but his party never made it inside the venue.

TISHA CAMPBELL MARTIN FILE RESTRAINING ORDER: Tasha Smith and her estranged husband, Keith Douglas, have restraining orders against each other but it was recently made public that Smith's best friend, Tisha Campbell Martin has also filed a restraining order against Douglas. Douglas had threatened to kill his wife.



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