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April 19, 2014  |  

This week our lives revolved around LHHATL’s Mimi Faust’s sex tape. While we tried to figure out how she did pull ups on a shower rod in the trailer of her sex tape, we heard August Alsina cursed out Keisha Chante of 106 and Park. While August Alsina becomes more controversial with his personality, Common and Kanye West plans on bringing  jobs to Chicago for its youths. Also, Columbus Short and Mike Epps are  in trouble with the law for domestic violence and assault. Speaking of the law, Porsha Williams took the most gorgeous mug shot we have even seen.  For television news, Orange Is The New Black‘s season 2 trailer gave us life and Scandal’s season finale had a shocking ending. Jump into these stories, below.

MiMi Faust Sex Tape To Be Released By Vivid Entertainment Later This Month 

For about a year now, it’s been rumored  “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” star MiMi Faust and her boyfriend, Nikko, had a sex tape floating around. In the newly released “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” supertrailer, the existence of the video was confirmed by MiMi, Nikko, Stevie and Joseline.

“I Just Told Y’all Not To Ask Me That Sh*t”: August Alsina Curses At 106 & Park Host,

Rocsi Diaz Comes To Her Defense

On 106 & Park this week, singer August Alsina was a guest, promoting his new album, Testimony. While doing so, he was asked about his issues with Trey Songz. Alsina claimed he told the hosts of the show not to ask him about his issues with Trey before the interview, but when co-host Keshia Chante did anyway, he calmly cursed at her.


More Than Good Music: Common And Kanye To Bring Jobs To Chicago 

We already know Chicago  is still going through some things when it comes to youth violence and unemployment in the city. In January, a report detailed the depressing landscape for young, black males in the work force with 92 percent joblessness.To remedy the problem the Urban League partnered with rapper and Chicago native Common and songwriter Che “Rhymefest” Smith to create 1,000 year-round jobs for teens. The music festival will raise funds for youth programs supported by Common’s Common Ground Foundation, and rapper Kanye West’s charity Donda’s House run by Rhymefest and his wife.

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