The Rewind with Jus Nik, keeping you informed on everything that happened in the culture this week:
Babyface has agreed to pay $30,500 monthly in child / spousal support for his second wife, Nicole Pantenburg. Under the agreement, Babyface will pay for their 14-year-old daughter’s credit card, private school tuition, health insurance, and more. Be on the lookout for Babyface for his upcoming Super Bowl performance, singing the National anthem on Feb 12.
RIP Brandon Smiley:
Rickey Smiley’s 32-year-old son Brandon Smiley, passed earlier this week. The cause of death is unknown. Rickey took to social media and spoke out. Our hearts and prayers are with Rickey and his family at this difficult time.
Following Nia Long dumping Ime Udoka after his cheating scandal, she says she’s got her eyes on somebody new. According to Nia Long, she won’t reveal who the person is; she said, “I have my eye on one person, and no, I’m not saying. I’m never telling.”
During a recent interview, Flava Flav admitted spending over $2000 daily on drugs. Last October, he celebrated two years of sobriety. During the interview, he said, “God wanted me to live because he knew I was a mouthpiece for the world so I can teach people about the mistakes that I made.”
A Chicago prosecutor dismissed R. Kelly’s state charges, but the disgraced singer isn’t happy! Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx said she’ll ask the judge to dismiss the indictments. An R. Kelly victim feels Kim made a mistake, but Kim feels “justice was served” with his other convictions.
R. Kelly’s lawyer says, “There is no real sense of relief. He is still fighting for his life. He is facing decades in prison.”