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Snoop Dogg to guest on "Empire" and Benzino and Althea expecting baby and Kendrick Lamar new album leaks

DOGG POUND: So we are all awaiting the season finale of "Empire" this week on Fox and for the finale none other than Snoop Dogg will be guest starring. I can only imagine what role he will take on. There have been so many twist and turns this season so make sure you watch this Wednesday. BABY LOVE: Benzino and Althea of "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" fame have announced that they are expecting their first child together. The couple was famously fired from LHHATL after allegedly threatening bodily harm to producer Mona Scott-Young. Congratulations to the couple! EARLY LEAK: Kendrick Lamar is upset at his record label Interscope for prematurely making his new album, "To Pimp a Butterfly" available on iTunes. The album wasn't supposed to be released until March 23 but only the clean version is available at presstime. Should Kendrick be upset or should he just let it slide since his album is now on sale and reviews have been generally good thus far. MOVING ON: Speaking of good, Nick Cannon has covered his tattoo of Mariah on his back and now has full body work, talk about moving on. Looks like someone has. Not too sure about Mariah though but she is taking residency in Las Vegas at Caesar's Palace. What do you all think of today's stories? Chime in if you wish! Until next time folks!
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