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Rihanna to Cops: Chris Brown Threatened to Kill Me
Earlier today, the Los Angeles District Attorney asked police detectives to dig up more evidence for their case against Chris Brown. The police are getting cooperation from Rihanna, and what she has told them so far is chilling. A source close to the investigation tells E! News exclusively that Rihanna has alleged to police that Brown choked her while threatening to kill her and, subsequently, she lost consciousness. They began squabbling after leaving Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party late Saturday. Shortly after midnight, things blew up. Brown pulled his silver Lambourghini to the side of a street in L.A.’s Hancock Park neighborhood. That’s when, per the source, Rihanna grabbed the car keys and tossed them out the window, sending Brown into a rage. He tried in vain to find the keys, then came back to the car, put his hands around her neck and, according to the insider, said, “I’m going to kill you!” (Continue Reading…)

Kanye West: I’d Do Anything to Help Rihanna
Kanye West is shocked by Chris Brown’s alleged assault of Rihanna, West said Tuesday. “I don’t want to speak too much on it, but I was completely devastated by the concept of what I heard,” West, 31, told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS FM radio show Tuesday morning. “[Rihanna] has the potential to be, you know, the greatest artist of all time and, in that sense, I feel like [she is] my baby sis,” added West. “I would do any and everything to help her in any situation.” West, who has previously toured with Rihanna, said he preferred not to get into specifics about whether he’s spoken to her personally but labeled the situation “so devastating.” “I feel like, just as a person, I don’t care how famous she is or even if she just worked at McDonald’s, that should never happen. It should never come to that, to that place.” (Continue Reading…)

Young Black Males Say They’re Energized by Obama’s Example
Keith Berry is in the midst of pulling his life together, and he gives some of the credit to President Barack Obama. As a 19-year-old African-American, Berry said, he identifies with Obama’s adolescence and sees him as a model on how to reform. “He went through a lot of struggles when he was younger — hanging out with the wrong crowd, smoking things he shouldn’t been smoking,” Berry said. “I have a lot of struggles in my life, too. But he turned his life around by putting his head into books, just like I want to do. … It’s, like, stop trying to be a thug, making bad choices.” After some troubles with school and the law, Berry is now finishing his high school studies at Kalamazoo’s Phoenix High School and also is taking classes at Kalamazoo Valley Community College. (Continue Reading…)

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