She’ll ‘Be My Baby Forever’ – French Montana Alludes To Khloé Kardashian Reconciliation During Interview With Wendy Williams – Watch The Clip!

Originally posted on Radar Online:

Don’t panic! Khloé Kardashian and French Montana might be back together, at least that’s what the rapper told Wendy Williams during an interview on her talk show.

The outspoken host wasted no time when asking him the important questions, immediately diving into his relationship with the reality star. Williams asked Montana if they were, in fact, dating, and he was surprisingly honest with his response.

“Like every relationship you break up and you make up,” Montana said, alluding to a potential reconciliation with the Keeping up with the Kardashians star. “Right now we’re on real good terms.”

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Williams wasn’t yet satisfied with his response. Pushing further, the host flat out said, “So you’re still boyfriend/girlfriend,” to which the “Don’t Panic” rapper answered, “We’re in a real special zone right now.

“She’s gonna be my baby forever.”

But as previously reported…

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Katt Williams Says He Took A Photographer’s Camera Because She Was Being Inappropriate With A Child

Originally posted on AllHipHop:

Earlier this week, Katt Williams and former Death Row CEO Suge Knight were hauled off to jail together over allegedly trying to steal a female photographer’s camera in Beverly Hills back in September.

Katt Williams has since been released and TMZ caught up with him to get to the bottom of what really happened. The Friday After Next  star said he first approached the photog because he was concerned about a child nearby.

“I knew that she was engaged inappropriately with a child,” said the 41-year-old. ” Not with any adult. We’re talking about a five-year-old… She was doing no photographs. She was recording. Her story is clearly she got in an altercation with me, but she didn’t.”

Williams also claims that Suge Knight did not have an altercation with her either.

Since Knight and Williams have lengthy rap sheets, this arrest could lead to both men doing some serious time in prison. Knight faces…

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Utah Jazz Sign Alec Burks to 4 year $42 Million Extension

Originally posted on HoopsHeads:

At 10:00 MT Adrian Wojnarowski, NBA Insider for Yahoo Sports, reported that the Jazz had signed Alec Burks to an Extension worth $42 Million. Wojnarowski also said “With reachable incentives, Alec Burks’ deal with the Jazz could climb to $45 million.” This is great news for Jazz fans all around the globe, as Alec Burks has been one of the most exciting Jazz players to watch over the past three years. The 4th year man out of Colorado University averaged 14 PPG, 3.3 RPG, and 2.7 APG last season (according to Washington Post Stats) and looks to improve even more this season. He has taken the starting spot of former Jazz forward Richard Jefferson, who signed with the Dallas Mavericks this offseason. The future keeps getting brighter in Utah, and the Jazz have made Alec Burks part of that bright future.


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South Carolina, Tennessee meet in SEC matchup

Originally posted on USA TODAY Sports:

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said there’s enough blame to spread around for the Gamecocks’ failures this season.

Much of the heat has been directed at a Gamecocks’ defense that hasn’t recovered from losing five starters off last year’s stellar group, including NFL No. 1 draft pick Jadeveon Clowney.

Spurrier said last week’s 42-35 loss to No. 4 Auburn (No. 3 College Football Playoff) was a group effort with all areas having a hand in the result.

“The offense lost. The defense lost. The special teams lost. We all lost. The coaches lost,” he said. “We weren’t good enough. It wasn’t one side of the ball or the other.”

That leaves the Gamecocks (4-4, 2-4 Southeastern Conference) with plenty to fix before facing Tennessee (3-5, 0-4) on Saturday night.

It’s not the year Spurrier anticipated after the Gamecocks were picked to win the SEC Eastern Division…

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Florida running back expected to be charged for bomb threats against school

Originally posted on USA Today High School Sports:

Andrew Leacock is accused of making false bomb threats against his school and the players in it — South Plantation Engineering

Andrew Leacock is accused of making false bomb threats against his school and the players in it — South Plantation Engineering

South Plantation running back Andrew Leacock, who is accused of a false account of planting a bomb in connection with a series of tweets he made that indicated he was going to attack his high school and the students in it.

Tweeting with the now removed handle @AndrewNeil666, Leacock released a series of disturbing tweets that made clear his alleged intentions. Among them, these truly stood out:

“Once 10:45 hits your chance is over.”

“Next time you see me these pipe bombs will be blowing.”

“I pick who lives and who doesn’t.”

None of those threats came to fruition, but officials were able to trace the threats back to a Twitter account set up in Leacock’s house.

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Starbucks To Deliver?

Originally posted on 103.7 KVIL:

I’m about to make your day. Starbucks is going to start delivering.

Yes, you read that correctly. This is the best news. There are so many times when I’ve said “I wish Starbucks delivered”.

Can you imagine being at work and getting a craving for a PSL and being able to have one delivered to you?

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Vernon Davis: I’ll Do Whatever It Takes To Win

Originally posted on CBS Sacramento:

An extra week to heal has proved beneficial for San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis, who says he can play without thinking again. And that’s a good thing.

“Coming off an injury, it always lingers and it’s in your mind when you’re playing,” Davis said Thursday. “I feel healthy enough to go out, get going, not thinking, just reacting.”

Hampered by ankle and back problems most of the season, Davis hopes to add to his 14 catches for 142 yards in the 49ers’ rematch with the visiting St. Louis Rams on Sunday.

An All-Pro player last year after catching 13 touchdown passes, Davis has been limited to a pair of touchdown receptions, both in the first quarter of the 49ers’ season-opening victory over the Dallas Cowboys.

“You’re always going to have trials and face adversity,” Davis said. “You can grow from it if you deal with it the right…

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