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It’s a Girl! LeToya Luckett-Walker

LeToya Luckett-Walker is adding a daughter to her family! The actress and original Destiny’s Child member announced Tuesday that her first child on the way with husband Tommicus Walker will be a girl. Luckett-Walker, 37, shared a gorgeous maternity photo to Instagram showing her dressed in a white bandeau top and floor-length tulle skirt, with a bunch of pink balloons trailing …

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Birdman Reportedly Sues Agent For “Toxic” $12 Million Loan Resulting In Mansion Sale

Birdman strikes back. Birdman is facing legal issues, including his involvement with Lil Wayne‘s bus shooting case. While this case is pending, the rapper is dealing with a problem surfaced last year regarding a $12 million loan he acquired from a company called EMG. A lawsuit has been filed against the …

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Usain Bolt Rejects Contract Offer From Maltese Champions Valletta

Sprint superstar Usain Bolt has turned down a contract from Maltese champions Valletta and will remain in Australia to pursue his dream of becoming a professional footballer, his agent said on Thursday (Oct 18). The eight-time Olympic champion has been on trial with A-League club Central Coast Mariners since arriving in Australia in August. …

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Canada Legalizes Recreational Use of Marijuana

The Cannabis Act still needs Royal Assent – the final step the Canadian legislative process – to become law, but that is expected to happen later this week. Built into the bill is an eight-to-12 week buffer period that will allow provinces to prepare for the recreational sale of marijuana. …

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Senate Orders CBN To Suspend ATM Maintenance Charges, Increase Withdrawal To N40,000

The Senate has passed a resolution calling on the Central Bank of Nigeria to suspend the ATM card maintenance charges being deducted from customers. The Senate made this known via a tweet @SPNigeria. This resolution came as part of a motion on the illicit and excessive bank charges on customers …

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