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Detroit City Youth reppin' the D before their America's Got Talent semifinal performance.

Detroit Youth Choir kicked butt last night with their amazing performance during the quarter finals on America’s Got Talent!!!

The performance earned a standing ovation from the audience AND all four of the judges!

—–> Check out the performance HERE! 

Detroit Youth Choir


Dave Chappelle Goes After Michael Jackson Accusers And More In New Netflix Comedy Special

Dave Chappelle isn’t holding anything back…

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He touches on the Michael Jackson, R Kelly, and Kevin Hart controversies in the first 20 minutes of “Sticks & Stones.”
“This is he worst time ever to be a celebrity,” Dave noted. “You’re gonna be finished. Everyone’s doomed. Michael Jackson has been dead for 10 years, and this n— has two new cases.
“Speaking of Michael, the comedian doesn’t believe the claims in HBO’s “Leaving Neverland.” After stating flat out, “I don’t think he did it,” he went on to say that ifMacauley Culkin hasn’t mentioned it, it probably didn’t happen.
Chappelle defended Kevin Hart in the wake of the Oscars controversy…
“I don’t know what you know about Kevin, but I know that Kevin Hart is damn-near perfect,” he stated. “As close to perfect as anybody I’ve ever seen. In fact, Kevin is precisely four tweets shy of being perfect.” 

Lori Loughlin Appears In Court, Facing A Possible Twenty Plus Years…

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If Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli [[ja-NOO-lee]] are going down – they’re doing it together. The couple, who has plead not guilty to charges they paid bribes to get their daughters into the University of Southern California, have waived their rights to separate attorneys.

This means they’ll be represented by the same law firm – even though the Magistrate Judge Page Kelly strenuously warned that it wasn’t the best idea for a good defense. But we’re also learning more about the defense their legal team appears to be mounting: what some refer to as the “See No Evil defense.”

Essentially, sources say the pair view their $500-thousand payment as little more than a donation and never realized that they were doing something wrong. That said, there doesn’t appear to be any sort of explanation for the fake profiles created, which painted Loughlin’s daughters as rowing and soccer athletes.

Loughlin and Giannulli are facing more than 20-years each in prison if they are found guilty on charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, honest services fraud and money laundering.

Do YOU think the penalty is too harsh?