Prayers Up! Bill Cosby’s Daughter Ensa Passed Away at 44

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Bill Cosby’s daughter Ensa passed away on Friday night at the age of 44.

According to TMZ reports, Ensa was always in her dad’s corner, releasing a statement last year, “My father has been publicly lynched in the media and my family, my young daughter, my young niece and nephew have had to stand helplessly by and watch the double standard or pretending to protect the rights of some but ignoring the rights of others.”

She went on to say … “I strongly believe my father is innocent of the crimes alleged against him and I believe that racism has played a big role in all aspects of this scandal.”

The cause of death is unknown, although we’re told she had significant medical issues in the past. We’re told she had kidney issues and possibly was in line for a transplant.

Bill Cosby’s son Ennis Cosby was murdered in 1997 by an 18-year-old in a failed robbery attempt.

Last year, Erinn and Ensa Cosby defended their father in audio statements shared The Breakfast Club in the midst of Andrea Constand legal battle.

Ensa stated:

“The accusations against my father have been one-sided from the beginning. When he tried to defend himself, he was sued in civil court. I’ve seen the accusations become more horrific and extreme with time and I’ve witnessed my father’s reputation and legendary works be dismissed without any proof. I strongly believe my father is innocent of the crimes that are alleged against him and I believe that racism has played a big role in all aspects of this scandal. How the charges came against him, how people believed them before they were ever scrutinized or tested, how people who questioned the claims were shut down and ignored,”

“The media created the story and the outcome before any court will ever test the claims. How my father is being punished by a society that still believes that black men rape white women that passes off as ‘boys will be boys’ when white men are accused. How the politics of our country prove my disgust. My father has been publicly lynched in the media. My family, my young daughter, my young niece and nephew have had to stand helplessly by and watch the double standards of pretending to protect the rights of some, but ignoring the rights of others and exposing innocent children to such appalling accusations about someone they love dearly and who has been so loving and kind to them is beyond cruel.”

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Trey Songz Assault Victim Tells Her Story

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Last week news leaked that Trey Songz was being investigated for assault after a woman accused him of hitting her in the face at a party in the Hollywood Hills.

According to reports the victim says she and Trey Songz have been friends for years and that she was invited to a party at his weekend rental in the Hollywood Hills.

The unidentified woman claims Trey became enraged after she started talking to one of his friends and began calling her names, choking her and repeatedly punching her in the face.

No one at the party attempted to help her.

When she tried to call an Uber to escape Trey allegedly snatched her cell phone and threw it over a cliff. When she pulled out a second phone he threw that one over the cliff as well, preventing her from leaving.

Once she was able to get away the accuser went straight to the hospital and then to the police station. 

The victim’s lawyer Lisa Bloom is asking anyone at the party to please come forward and assist in the investigation.

Omarosa Evicted From The ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ House

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It’s a wrap!

Last night, Omarosa got evicted from ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ House.

A brief recap…

After nearly 30 days of fighting, silly costumes and competitions, asthma attacks and a hospital stint, the former political aide and notorious reality TV villain’s time on the CBS series came to an end during the show’s season finale. And her time in the Celebrity Big Brother house, as well as her recent exit, was almost as dramatic as her firing from the White House.

Omarosa Manigault Newman was unanimously evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house but not before she compared the White House to a plantation, said that the president tweets in his underwear and that the situation inside 1600 Penn was bad, like “so bad,” the Washington Post reports.

During her exit interview with “Big Brother” host Julie Chen, Omarosa said “Julie, I would have evicted me five evictions ago,” she told host Julie Chen in an exit interview during the broadcast. “I can’t believe I lasted this long. I took out the biggest target in this game, and that was James (Maslow). Once I did that, I knew there was no chance of me staying in the house any longer.”

Asked if she “really believes” things won’t be OK, she said she changed her mind: “I think that we can — I’ve had a lot of time to think inside of the Big Brother house — we can if we make a pivot as a nation. I was a part of and on the front row of probably one of the most divisive elections in our history. And as a nation, we’re better than that, we’re bigger than that, and we’re bigger than just two parties, am I right?” she said to applause from the studio audience…  “I’ve never had a chance to let my hair down, and just really be authentic and engaged with people, and this was a chance, without television, without sunlight, without family, to let my light shine, and let people know who the true Omarosa is.”

 

Michelle Obama’s Memoir to Arrive in November

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Michelle Obama’s memoir, “Becoming,” will hit bookstores on Nov. 13.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s much anticipated memoir, Becoming, will be published November 13 by the Crown Publishing Group. The Penguin Random House unit announced on Sunday that the book will be released simultaneously in 24 languages.

Becoming is part of the landmark deal PRH struck with the Obamas in February 2017. The two-book agreement, for one title by Barack Obama and one by Michelle Obama, wound up earning the couple a reported $65 million advance.

Writing BECOMING has been a deeply personal experience. I talk about my roots and how a girl from the South Side found her voice. I hope my journey inspires readers to find the courage to become whoever they aspire to be. I can’t wait to share my story.

 

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