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Misa Hylton Breaks Silence After Diddy Video Surfaces

Misa Hylton, a fashion stylist and designer, addressed a video of her ex-boyfriend, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, assaulting Cassie Ventura. On May 21, Hylton expressed sorrow for Cassie and empathy for her own trauma in an Instagram post featuring her son Justin and Diddy’s other children. She emphasized the importance of supporting children, especially those without their mothers, and urged Diddy to seek help for personal growth. The surveillance footage, released by CNN on May 17, shows Diddy shoving and kicking Cassie in a 2016 hotel altercation, aligning with her previous lawsuit allegations. Diddy apologized on Instagram, expressing remorse for his actions. Hylton had previously criticized the aggressive treatment of her sons during a property raid in March, highlighting perceived racial bias.

Serena Teasing A Tennis Comeback While Venus Gets Her Own Doll

Serena Williams hinted at a potential return to tennis after retiring in September 2022. On X (formerly Twitter), she suggested she’s ready to “hit some balls again.” Williams retired after a celebrated career with 23 Grand Slam titles and over $94 million in prize money. Meanwhile, her sister Venus Williams will be featured as a Barbie doll by Mattel, alongside other athletes. Serena expressed excitement about the Barbie collaboration, which includes a doll with her iconic style and tennis gear. The collaboration aims to inspire young women to pursue their dreams, a mission Serena deeply supports.

Erykah Badu Addressing Beyoncé Copying Style Claims

Erykah Badu recently addressed rumors that Beyoncé copied her style. The speculation began when Beyoncé released her album “Cowboy Carter,” and Badu posted on Instagram, hinting at the issue. Fans reacted strongly, prompting Badu to call on Jay-Z for support. In a recent interview, Badu clarified her post was misinterpreted and emphasized her admiration for Beyoncé and their shared Texas roots. Badu explained that media narratives often misconstrue situations but doesn’t feel the need to correct them as it indirectly benefits her business. Despite the rumors, she maintains a positive relationship with Beyoncé and her family.

Lauryn Hill’s ‘Miseducation’ Crowned Best Album Of All Time By Apple Music

Apple Music has named Lauryn Hill’s “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” the best album of all time. The 1998 debut album topped the streaming service’s top 10 list, surpassing iconic records like Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and The Beatles’ “Abbey Road.” Ebro Darden shared the news with Lauryn Hill in a video, where she expressed gratitude and dedicated the award to her mother. The album beat out other influential works by artists like Kendrick Lamar, Beyoncé, and JAY-Z. The recognition of “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” continues to spark debates but reaffirms the album’s enduring impact and acclaim.