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Lil' Wayne suffers another seizure and Omarion and girlfriend calls it quits

Lil' Wayne has suffered yet another seizure. This is the second seizure he's had in two months. People are starting to get concerned and rightfully so. Omarion and his baby mama Apyl Jones have broken up and Jones has taken her thoughts to social media. Jones' words prompted Omarion to issue his own statement. Jones also says the #BlackLivesMatter movement had nothing to do with their breakup in a video via social media. Sources say Omarion's unwillingness to tie the knot played a party in the demise of the relationship. Apryl sees herself as more than just a baby mama and certainly she should. Everyone is baffled over this and some think its a merely a publicity stunt and/or story line for themselves for the new season of "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood". What do you think? If that ain't enough Omarion's friend, Bow Wow continues to make news for all the wrong reasons. He called out Omarion today after the breakup news saying they should go out and go to the strip club and yadda yadda. Many thought Bow Wow was being insensitive to Omarion's breakup but I suppose he was also being a friend. Bow Wow is an idiot though in my eyes. And for the life of me I'm tired of hearing about Ciara and her marriage. I guess if she wants to go on this much about it on social media maybe E! will give her a reality show. I could care less about her sex life too.
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