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Chris Brown's ex denies car repossession and Kenya Moore revealed boyfriend is married

Chris Brown's ex, Karrueche Tran has come out and denied reports that Chris Brown had her car repossessed. The story goes Brown bought Tran a new car in order to get back in her good graces. Why? Because duh it was discovered he fathered an infant child with some groupie girl. And since Tran hasn't taken Brown back yet, he reportedly wanted the car back, a Porsche to be exact! Speaking of exes, the infamous Kenya Moore of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" revealed on social media a day or so ago that the man she met on "Millionaire Matchmaker" and subsequently started dating is married and its not to her. Kenya claims to had learned of the news the same as we all did. But Kenya's onscreen arch nemesis Porsha Williams had the tea weeks ago. During last week's airing of Part 2 of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion, Porsha revealed via Twitter that Kenya's new man was married. And I'm sure Kenya, at that point knew he was as well. She was just trying to save face when the story of him being married came out. And that's exactly what happened according to the man's wife. I'm sure all this and "Moore" will be revealed on season 8 of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta", that's if and when the show gets picked up and the new cast is announced. I can't see why Kenya wouldn't be on the new season unless she quits. Someone who refuses to quit is Ciara and I have to give it to her. She takes a lot of heat for her less than stellar album sales. That's the case with her new album "Jackie" which only sold 25K copies in its first week. Ciara's last album sold 59K copies in its first week. Then again I'm not sure why people are clowning her so hard though. I wasn't expecting the album to sell huge anyway. With these kind of records sales, Ciara is better off going indie, at least she would be seeing some coins off this. 25K is good in a first week for an indie artist but when its a major label artist such as Ciara its frowned upon unfortunately. So did you all go out and support Ciara's new album or nah?
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