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Just weeks after crying her eyes out over her ex 50 Cent (on the Mo’Nique show), it would seem that Ms Vivica Fox is ready to introduce her new Treat ‘Em Mean, Keep ‘Em Keen boo thang to the world! His name? Slimm – of Push Blue Entertainment [you know, Push Blue… lol] – a club promoter from the ‘A’. Well known in Atlanta as a ladies man, Vivica seems to be real happy to be his new “wifey”, and is clearly enjoying the honeymoon season!
Peep more pics of the new couple, taken over the last few weeks in ATL…
Aunt Viv, you ol’ cougar, you. Get it.
According to Karen Civil , Waka Flocka, was reportedly injured in a shooting earlier today in Atlanta. Flocka was approached by men at gunpoint and ordered to hand over his jewelry. After he refused, shots were fired and he was struck twice. He is expect to make a full recovery. Wacka Flocka is known for his single “O Let’s Do It” and association with Gucci Mane.
Nelly on cheating in relationships:
Obviously no one wants to get cheated on and noone wants to hurt the person they are with. I think its one of those things where” to each its own”. No relationship is the same and I think that is what we are forgetting when we look at this. A relationship should be whatever makes those two people happy. That’s what we forget. Everyone is trying to stereotype what a relationship should be. If those two people are happy, that’s the way it should be. I hate when you look at all these books on how to make a relationship work. How the hell you are going to say how to make a relationship work when people aren’t the same? Their environment aren’t the same. They go to marriage counselors telling them how a relationship should be and his relationship ain’t even right.
Nelly on the Tiger Woods drama:
I don’t see how all these wimpy ass cats are coming out talking about how they’ve lost all this respect for Tiger…. If I was tiger i would say “I’m apologizing to my wife and my family. I’m not apologizing to nobody else out here. I don’t owe nobody else anything. This was MY wife. That’s who he owes his apology to. He owes that to his kids. It has nothing to do with golf. That has nothing to do with a public perception. That was a personal relationship. That’s what I hate. He without sin cast the first stone. That’s how I feel. Can’t no one mess with that man on the golf course and I hope he comes out and whips everyone’s ass. I’m cheering for Tiger more than ever now.
Nelly on the “Amber Roses” of today:
If Tiger would have been hanging with the brothas, he’d have been up on his game right now and we could have pulled him to the side and said “yo pimp, don’t do that. That’s not a good move right there. She’s gonna get you caught up homes”…and it would have been alright. There are opportunist everywhere and in everything that you do. It’s hard when you are the biggest at what you do. When you do that, they see dollar signs and even though they may not want to hurt you, survival is the most important top of the food chain. So when people see an opportunity to be successful, however it may come, they think about that. You don’t want people to think about being successful at your expense.”
So far, Wyclef Jean‘s nonprofit organization, Yele Haiti, has raised over $1 million for the victims of Tuesday’s devastating earthquake from mobile donations alone. With a series of urgent tweets, an appearance on CNN and the help of his famous friends the singer has mobilized a massive effort on behalf of his homeland, imploring followers to text “Yele” to 501501 to donate $5 to the effort.
According to Albe Angel, CEO of Miami-based Give on the Go, the mobile-communications company working with Yele Haiti to coordinate donations, the organization has raised over $1 million for relief efforts since the earthquake. Yele’s goal is to up that figure to $1 million a day as part of the SMS fundraising drive.
“Since the disaster occurred around 5 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday and [by] midnight [Wednesday] we cleared $1 million,” said Angel, whose company provides the technology that allows mobile users to make an automatic $5 donation. Give on the Go has announced that 100 percent of the donations raised will go directly to Yele Haiti. More than 200,000 people have donated to the cause, and Angel said he thinks it’s possible that the $1 million-per-day goal could be reached, given the volume of donations that have been coming in. “These types of donations really were spawned by the  tsunami relief effort, and the $1 million that Yele has raised already is a watershed event.”
Wyclef is not the only celebrity who has stepped up to aid the cause. The Jolie-Pitt Foundation, founded by Angelina Jolie and partner Brad Pitt, has pledged $1 million to the emergency medical operations of Doctors Without Borders.
“It is incredibly horrible to see a catastrophe of this size hit a people who have been suffering from extreme poverty, violence and unrest for so many decades,” Jolie said in a statement on Wednesday.
Relief efforts have spawned Facebook and Twitter users to take action, and a number of other celebrities have joined in the fight to send urgently needed supplies to the impoverished Caribbean nation, including Alyssa Milano, Olivia Wilde, LL Cool J, Jessica Alba, Demi Moore and Joel and Benji Madden.
On Thursday, President Obama pledged $100 million in aid from the U.S. The United Nations also announced that $10 million would go to relief efforts in Haiti, while the World Bank pledged $100 million.
While anticipating the forthcoming release of his new album Usher is finding himself to be the latest victim of a robbery.
According to police reports, $1 million worth of jewelry and electronics was stolen from Usher’s SUV outside of a popular Atlanta shopping mall.
A witness to the crime says that after Usher and his friend parked a GMC Yukon, a man drove up next to the SUV in a Chevy Impala with tinted windows. The witness told police a man got out of the Impala, popped open the door to the SUV and made off with the loot.
Usher says there was over a million dollars worth of jewelry, $50,000 in fur and clothing and about $20,000 worth of cash in the car at the time.
The suspect is still on the loose.