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Bobby Brown's wife suffers seizure and Fetty Wap accused of skipping out on bill

It has been a rough week for Bobby Brown and his family. Just yesterday he laid his baby girl, Bobbi Kristina to rest at her funeral. Some of the family members reportedly came to blows due to the mysterious circumstances of Bobbi Kristina's death. Bobby's sister, Leolah Brown was kicked out of the funeral and spoke to some of the blogs. She accused Nick Gordon and Pat Houston of having something to do with Bobbi Kristina's death. :( At the end of the day hopefully this family can and will find peace but I'm thinking this whole thing is about money. If that's not enough drama for you, Bobby's wife was rushed to the hospital this morning after suffering a seizure. Prayers go up to Bobby Brown and his family. On a much lighter note, Fetty Wap has been accused of skipping out on his bill at Olive Garden. Future reportedly took some shots at Ciara and Russell Wilson on Twitter. Drake's alleged ghostwriter says he's not Drake's ghostwriter. Then who is? :) Drake buried Meek Mill in not one, but two diss records this week. But Meek did come back slightly when he alleged on his diss track, "Wanna Know" that Drake was pissed on(literally) but one of the Hustle Gang members and did nothing about it. What are your thoughts on this continuing drama with Meek Mill and Drake? Until next time folks! Thanks for reading! :)
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