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  • Apparently Star Jones isn’t one to just sit back and take a verbal punch. When Nene Leakes took to The Wendy Williams Show to dish about her Atlanta costars and her newest stint on The Celebrity Apprentice, it seems like she had a few choice words for Star Jones saying, “I wouldn’t spit on Star if she was on fire.” Well, damn. Seems like Star isn’t taking the bait, though. Instead she opted to take the high road, telling Life & Style Magazine, “I did Celebrity Apprentice to raise money and awareness for a charity [the American Heart Association] that has been instrumental in my life, not to see it reduced to a cliché where black women attack one another for publicity’s sake.” Bravo, Star! [the YBF]

  • Looks Like Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry have called a truce in their bitter custody battle. According to reports, Halle will no longer seek sole custody of two-and-half-year-old Nahla, and Halle wants Gabriel to see their daughter. We hope this means the two have buried the hatchet and can finally come together for their daughter’s sake.  [Radar Online]
  • Did you know Lil Kim is still firing disses at Nicki Minaj? Yeah, me neither. Apparently the Queen B is still feeling like beefing with Harajuku Barbie and has a mixtape to go along with it. Kim recently dropped her “Black Friday” a mixtape that takes even more shots at Minaj. In “Warning” Kim raps over Nicki’s “Did It On ‘Em” beat and indicates she’s ready to take her crown back. What you think? [SOHH]
  • 50 Cent bites the hand that feeds him? Maybe. Apparently, everything ain’t gravy in the Interscope camp. Fiddy recently took to Twitter to air out his feelings over his boss Jimmy Iovine’s displeasure with his business deal with Sleek Headphones. Apparently, Interscope chief Iovine and Dr. Dre have their own deal with Beats By Dre and think their protégé is cutting into profits. Personally, I think Fif needs to reach out and call Dre and Iovine on the phone to sort this out. But, who does that anymore?  [SOHH]
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