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CARDI B AND MEGAN THEE STALLION*Cardi B is making history again as she tops the first-ever Billboard Global 200 chart with 100.9 million “WAP” streams and 23,000 downloads, worldwide.

In addition to their new Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart (which includes all territories minus the U.S.), Billboard launched their newest chart, the Global 200; which Billboard says, “ranks songs based on streaming and sales activity pulled from more than 200 territories around the world.”

While Cardi’s “WAP,” featuring Megan Thee Stallion, leads the charts in its first week, South Korean boy band BTS comes in second with “Dynamite,” racking up 83.4 million streams and 36,000 sold. Finishing off the top five, 24kGoldn‘s “Mood” came in third (60.2 million streams, 12,000 sold), Maluma‘s “Hawái,” fourth (94 million streams, 3,000 sold), and Drake‘s “Laugh Now Cry Later,” ft. Lil Durk, fifth (51.4 million streams, 6,000 sold).

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HU Staff: Ariela Anís @ari.anis Cardi B is making history again as she tops the first-ever Billboard Global 200 chart with 100.9 million “WAP” streams and 23,000 downloads, worldwide. ___________________________________________________ In addition to their new Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart (which includes all territories minus the U.S.), Billboard launched their newest chart, the Global 200; which Billboard says, “ranks songs based on streaming and sales activity pulled from more than 200 territories around the world.” ___________________________________________________ While Cardi’s “WAP,” featuring Megan Thee Stallion, leads the charts in its first week, South Korean boy band BTS comes in second with “Dynamite,” racking up 83.4 million streams and 36,000 sold. Finishing off the top five, 24kGoldn‘s “Mood” came in third (60.2 million streams, 12,000 sold), Maluma‘s “Hawái,” fourth (94 million streams, 3,000 sold), and Drake‘s “Laugh Now Cry Later,” ft. Lil Durk, fifth (51.4 million streams, 6,000 sold). ___________________________________________________ Read more at hollywoodunlocked.com 📸 GIPHY __________________________________________________ If you have a tip or suggestion, or want to talk to us about this story, Text the word “TIP” to 1-310-388-6463

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Mariah Carey’s Memoir Claims Sister Drugged & Offered Her to A Pimp At Age 12 / WATCH

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*As #MariahCarey’s memoir “The Meaning of Mariah Carey” is approaching release, more excerpts from the book are being shared to the anticipating public.

Most Mariah fans are excited to learn more about the intimate inner works and personal life experiences of the superstar singer songwriter. Mariah tells it’s all in the upcoming book, including allegations of abuse by her older sister.

So far from the snippets of Mariah’s memoir we have learned that her lavish baths aren’t just for relaxation, but also a place where Mariah gains musical inspiration. Fans also got a piece of vulnerability from Mariah when she recently sat down with Oprah Winfrey on “The Oprah Conversation”…

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TSR Staff: Cheyenne @thechocolatediva _________________________________________________ As #MariahCarey’s memoir “The Meaning of Mariah Carey” is approaching release, more excerpts from the book are being shared to the anticipating public. Most Mariah fans are excited to learn more about the intimate inner works and personal life experiences of the superstar singer songwriter. Mariah tells it’s all in the upcoming book, including allegations of abuse by her older sister. _________________________________________________ So far from the snippets of Mariah’s memoir we have learned that her lavish baths aren’t just for relaxation, but also a place where Mariah gains musical inspiration. Fans also got a piece of vulnerability from Mariah when she recently sat down with Oprah Winfrey on “The Oprah Conversation”…read more at Theshaderoom.com (📸: @owntv, @appletv)

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Kodak Black Goes Crying to Trump Begging to be Let Out of Prison

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*Just shortly after it was announced that rapper Kodak Black had filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for alleged torture, he’s not taking even bigger steps to get out of the slammer.

According to TMZ, he’s now turning to Donald Trump for help, begging the President to commute his prison sentence or just help him out of prison. The news site notes that the rapper’s attorneys, Bradford Cohen and Jonathan Schwartz, sent a petition to Trump, asking him to give Kodak a break.

In his petition obtained by TMZ lists a number of reasons why he should be let out. Cohen points out that Kodak was sentenced to 46 months behind bars in his federal gun case, and claims the average sentence for the same crime is 18 months. Kodak’s attorney’s also notes that he’s being unfairly punished for assaulting a prison guard in Miami, repeating their earlier claim that Kodak was set up, tortured, humiliated, and possibly drugged.

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HU Staff: Kecia Gayle Kecia.Kae Just shortly after it was announced that rapper Kodak Black had filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for alleged torture, he’s not taking even bigger steps to get out of the slammer. __________________________________________________ According to TMZ, he’s now turning to Donald Trump for help, begging the President to commute his prison sentence or just help him out of prison. The news site notes that the rapper’s attorneys, Bradford Cohen and Jonathan Schwartz, sent a petition to Trump, asking him to give Kodak a break. __________________________________________________ In his petition obtained by TMZ lists a number of reasons why he should be let out. Cohen points out that Kodak was sentenced to 46 months behind bars in his federal gun case, and claims the average sentence for the same crime is 18 months. Kodak’s attorney’s also notes that he’s being unfairly punished for assaulting a prison guard in Miami, repeating their earlier claim that Kodak was set up, tortured, humiliated, and possibly drugged. ___________________________________________________ Read more at hollywoodunlocked.com 📸: Getty Images __________________________________________________ If you have a tip or suggestion, or want to talk to us about this story, Text the word “TIP” to 1-310-388-6463

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KY AG’s Defense of of Cops Who Killed Taylor is Bull Connor Rhetoric: BLM Founder

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*It went down yesterday, but in case you missed it, for the record, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says his office determined that two of the three officers who fired their weapons were justified when they fatally shot Breonna Taylor.

Officer Myles Cosgrove and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly were returning fire and within their rights to defend themselves, according to Cameron, who spoke in Frankfort Wednesday afternoon at the Kentucky History Center shortly after a grand jury announced it was charging only one of the officers involved in Taylor’s death.

The grand jury indicted former Louisville Metro Police officer Brett Hankison on three counts of wanton endangerment, all connected to Hankison firing his gun and endangering Taylor’s neighbors. None of the counts are for firing into Taylor’s apartment, or directly linked to her death.

Check out Cameron’s comments below.

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In response to Cameron’s announcement, Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza suggested on Wednesday that the Kentucky Attorney General is coming off like a notorious segregationist and racist from the civil rights era.

Garza’s comments came on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” after Cameron spoke about the grand jury’s decision to indict one of the police officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s death on three counts of wanton endangerment.

“I think what I saw this morning was a Bull Connor speech in 2020,” she said, referring to the former Alabama politician. “And you’re right,” she told MSNBC host Joy Reid, “unfortunately, it was being given by a Black prosecutor.”

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