Jen Shah made headlines this week when she was arrested and charged with multiple counts of fraud.

Dramatically, the reality star was in the middle of taping the second season of ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ when the swoop took place.

As reported, Shah’s charges allege that from 2012 until the present, she and her on-screen “assistant” Smith (along with others) ran a telemarketing scheme that defrauded older people by selling “lead lists” business opportunities…that didn’t exist.

After entering a “not guilty” plea, Shah has finally broken her silence on the situation.

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In news just in, it’s been reported that rapper DMX has been hospitalized after suffering an overdose.

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Queen Naija and Ari Lennox are set to unleash a scorching new collaboration.

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‘Space Jam’ is aiming to score a slam dunk at the box office in a new adventure led by NBA legend LeBron James. 

Aptly titled ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy,’ the Warner Bros movie hits the court globally on July 16. 

‘A New Legacy’ will arrive 25 years after the original film, which starred Michael Jordan and generated $230 million at the global box office.

With tall sneakers to fill, excitement has been plentiful for the flick which features Black Panther’s Ryan Coogler as producer and co-stars Don Cheadle.

Now, the masses have been gifted a first look at the new ‘Space Jam’ by way of an action-packed trailer…


Lil Nas X reigns atop of the Official UK Singles Chart with controversial new single ‘Montero (Call Me By Your Name).’

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New music from Rick Ross could be on the way; however, he could be joined by Drake once more.

During a recent conversation with Miasia Symone, he revealed that there is “serious consideration” from both artists for a joint project.

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Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin was no stranger to ruling over radio and charts during her 50+-year career, and now her legacy reigns over TV ratings courtesy of the critically acclaimed National Geographic series, ‘Genius.’

Toplined by EMMY, GRAMMY, and TONY Award-winning singer-actress Cynthia Erivo (alongside a cast of familiar faces that includes T.I., Luke James, Tweet, Omar Dorsey, Crystal Rucker, and the late Gospel legend Duranice Pace), the four-part miniserieschronicled Franklin’s humble Memphis beginnings to worldwide fame on the backs of hits ‘Respect,’ ‘Never Loved a Man,’ ‘Think,’ and more.

Despite the legend’s estate vocalizing their disappointment for being excluded from the biographical venture’s conception and planning, their protests did little to quell viewership as updated ratings reports reveal the 8-episode venture is the franchise’s most watched edition to date.

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Nick Cannon sprung a surprise on fans Good Friday 2021 with the delivery of his take on the Fred Hammond classic, ‘No Weapon.’

Unveiled April 2, Cannon tapped GRAMMY, Dove, and Stellar-Award winning Gospel diva Kierra Sheard to assist.  Taking to Instagram, he announced:

“No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper” Isaiah 54:17 Thank to @KierraSheard coming through and blessing us all with an Ncredible Session!🙏🏾❤️

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After blazing ‘Kimmel’ with performances of their latest singles over the last two weeks (as we reported here), fans of chart-topping singers Gwen Stefani and Jazmine Sullivan were given even more of a peek at their respective live sets via ‘Pandora Live: Powered by Women.’

Hosted by EMMY-winning anchor Hoda Kotb, the event came as the ultimate musical salute for Women’s History Month 2021 and also included special appearances from the likes of Becky G and Lauren Alaina.

In addition to rocking the house with her latest hit ‘Pick Up Your Feelings,’ Sullivan stunned with a dynamic delivery of her other ‘Heaux Tales’ tune ‘Girl Like Me’ as well as previous hit, ‘Let It Burn.’  Elsewhere during the show, Stefani sizzled with ‘Let Me Reintroduce Myself,’ ‘Hollaback Girl,’ and even rocked the house with the iconic No Doubt hit, ‘Don’t Speak.’

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Fresh from learning her Maroon 5 duet, ‘Beautiful Mistake,’ had marked her 11th career entry into the Hot 100’s top 40, Megan Thee Stallion is apparently ready to race to #12 with another duet – Bankroll Freddie‘s ‘Pop It.’

Found board his April 2-released album, ‘Big Bank’ (click here to stream), ‘Pop It’ pops with an infectious chorus between the sizzling bars of its performers.

‘B*tches ain’t f*ckin’ with me in this jewelry (Ah) / I need a n*gga that know what to do with me / Guess I’m too hot so these b*tches ain’t cool with me (Hey) / Too f*cking thick, he wish it was two of me (Ah),’ Meg brags over the Bandplay-produced beat.

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If there’s anything more talked about than Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake‘s 2004 Super Bowl performance, it’s the aftermath.

And in recent years much of the critique has fallen at the feet of JT, who has been slammed for leaving the legend out to dry by pressing on with his career unscathed while making no mention of the forces at play that impacted Jackson’s trajectory.

So loud has the backlash been of late that in February Timberlake issued a public apology to the Pop queen and cited racism and sexism as variables his privilege ensured he wasn’t affected by.

And while the diva may have scored a hit with ‘Feedback,’ she didn’t offer JT anything of the sort following his declaration.

Now, his manager has allegedly weighed in.

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Lil Nas X is one of few artists who can boast seeing his first four singles certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) – especially ahead of delivering a debut studio album.

But, thanks to the ongoing success of his controversial new hit, ‘Montero’ (the title track from his summer 2021-due debut LP), the GRAMMY winner is well on his way to nabbing a fifth Platinum plaque and his second Hot 100 #1 single.

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