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Boo on them...ain't nobody tryin' to hear allllat!
The rumored event will be more in line with the couple's original plans for a ceremony and celeb-filled celebration. That gathering at the Hamptons home of record exec L.A. Reid was canceled at the last minute on July 28 in favor of a small private gathering days later on August 3. Guests are rumored to include Jermaine Dupri, Janet Jackson, Ashanti, and Diddy.
We hear that Raymond, 28, and Foster, 36, are holding the party in Atlanta so friends and family will be able to attend easily. [SOURCE]
Barnes-Joseph, who says she is currently confined to her bed, will undergo more surgery in October and sees a physical therapist every other day. This is all because allegedly Remy thought she stole $3000 from her purse while at a club.
"They think that because they're rappers that they need to make a name for themselves."
Barnes-Joseph is still recovering from the two bullets that cops say Remy Ma, 26, pumped into her midsection on July 14.
When Brown, 27, got into trouble again last week, Barnes-Joseph was not surprised.
"It's ridiculous, the stupid things she's doing," Barnes-Joseph told the Daily News.
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“There has been a rumor circulating that I have been diagnosed with breast cancer. After feeling something uncomfortable in my left breast, I went in for a screening. I was very fortunate that they did not find anything and I am in great health. However, I encourage women to take their annual tests and suggested precautions to prevent this disease that continues to affect so many women.”
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"I have not seen or spoken to my daughter since early June and I have no prospect of speaking to her anytime soon due to Whitney's actions," Brown declared in Orange County Superior Court filings released last week.
Brown has been trying to overturn a judge's default judgment to nullify the couple's marriage and grant Houston sole custody of 14-year-old Bobbi Kristina.
During a court hearing in April, Houston testified that Brown was "unreliable" and that she didn't need spousal or child support.
Brown disputes her claim, saying he's been involved in their daughter's life and was her primary caretaker when the couple lived in Atlanta. [SOURCE]
Giles Fielder-Civil said he believed Winehouse and his son, Blake Fielder-Civil, had used cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin and were in "abject denial" about their problem.
"I think they believe they are recreational users of drugs and they are in control," Fielder-Civil told British Broadcasting Corp. radio Tuesday. "Clearly they are addicts."
He said fans should send a message to Winehouse "that her addiction and her behavior are not acceptable."
"Perhaps it is time to stop buying records," Fielder-Civil said. "It's a possibility, to send that message."
However, Winehouse's father said a boycott would do little good.
"It's all clutching at straws," Mitch Winehouse told the BBC. "There's only one way out of this, and anybody with any drug experience will tell you ... that the only way out of this is not sectioning them, not locking them up. At some point they are going to reach rock bottom ... and at that point they will say, `Listen, I don't want to do this anymore.'" [SOURCE]
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