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keyshia cole puts husband on blast and kanye west names new album and shots rang out at t.i. concert

HEART BREAKER: So just when we thought Keyshia Cole was reuniting with her husband, we were sadly mistaken. The couple showed up hand in hand at Keyshia's premiere party for her new show "All In". That's when the rumors started with their being a reconciliation. Now it's being revealed through Keyshia exclusively that the chances of them getting back together are slim to none. Keyshia just revealed online text messages her husband sent out to a love interest of a video he invited her too. So now Keyshia is putting him, the messages, and the strained relationship on blast again. Something tells me though this situation is providing Keyshia the material she needs for her new album. "HELP"WANTED: Speaking of new albums Kanye West has revealed that his new album is titled "So Help Me God". The rapper revealed the news last night on Twitter. When the album is being released is unknown at this time. When Kanye was on The Breakfast Club though he said the album was really close to being done. So are you all excited about a new Kanye West album? SHOTS FIRED: I'm not excited to report that during a T.I., Young Jeezy, and Yo Gotti show, shots rang out and two people were injured. Can't people go out and have a good time without worrying about getting shot? Like that is crazy that things like this is still happening. Gosh! EMPIRE UNDERCOVER: And how many of how "Empire", well one of the show's up and coming stars, Jussie Smollett(who plays Jamal) has signed a record deal with Columbia Records. The actor who plays a gay singer on "Empire" was recently outed by mistake by his co-star Malik Yoba(of "New York Undercover" fame). And when I was talking to my friend about this, she said someone asked Jussie was he gay in real life and he didn't confirm or deny it which basically is like him saying yes. I mean I thought he was gay anyway so its just like the show, no one cares if you are. The truth shall set you free! Ha! Well until next time folks! Enjoy your Sunday and what's left of our weekend.
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