Mother Of Fetty Wap’s Late 4-Year-Old Daughter Slams Report She Died From Heart Defect Complications

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The mother of Fetty Wap’s 4-year-old daughter Lauren Maxwell is slamming reports about the child’s cause of death this morning. After the toddler’s death certificate was cited by TMZ, who reported that the beautiful baby girl died of complications from a heart defect she allegedly had since birth, her mom Lisa Pembroke aka ‘Turquoise’ issued a denial.

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“Her death certificate says fatal cardiac arrhythmia due to congenital heart defect BUT THAT’S NOT THE FULL CAUSE OF HER DEATH THAT”S WHY THE AUTOPSY HASN’T COME BACK,” Turquoise wrote in frustration on her Instagram story earlier.

The mom continued,

“How dare y’all still my child’s death certificate and announce the cause of death before anybody was ready. There is a reason why!”

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Previously we reported that Lauren’s short life tragically ended on June 24. TMZ reports that her place of passing was at her home in Riverdale, Georgia, according to the death certificate they obtained.

Lauren was one of Fetty Wap’s six children. The child’s mother described her as “amazing, beautiful, funny, vibrant, loving, talented and smart” as she opened up for the first time about the toddler’s death on social media for the first time last week.

Fetty also shared a touching tribute to his baby girl, going live with fans and asking them to send butterfly emojis in her memory.

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Spotted: Cinema Crasher Jennifer Hudson Pops Up At ATL ‘Respect’ Screening, Says Megan Thee Stallion Should Portray Her In Her Own Biopic

The actress/songstress handpicked to portray Aretha Franklin is on a press run for “Respect” and she recently did some cinema crashing.

On Tuesday, Jennifer Hudson surprised guests at Atlanta’s IPIC Theaters at Colony Square where they were attending a Christina Granville-hosted private screening of the biopic.

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According to Jenn, she just wanted to “put eyes on the crowd” and she hoped they enjoyed the film…

Jennifer Hudson Surprises Fans At A 'Queens Night Out' Screening Of Her Movie 'Respect' In Atlanta

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she also posed for pictures with attendees.

Jennifer Hudson Surprises Fans At A 'Queens Night Out' Screening Of Her Movie 'Respect' In Atlanta

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Prior to the screening, J. Hud told Christina and the rest of V-103’s “The Big Tigger Morning Show” her thoughts on the film and shared ideas for her own biopic. According to J. Hud who played a game of “10 Seconds Or Less” with the crew, she’d surprisingly like Megan Thee Stallion to portray her.

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“When we met each other at the BET Awards, she said, ‘I know we’re supposed to be like sisters or something,” J. Hud told V-103. “Sometimes, people think I’m her apparently.”

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Do YOU see the resemblance between The Dream Girl and The Hot Girl?


As previously reported BOSSIP was part of an audience of media professionals who attended a preview event for the “Respect” trailer reveal and were also on hand for the ATL premiere. We can confirm that the Queen of Soul picked the right one to play her as J. Hud effortlessly epitomized Aretha down to her speech pattern and voice. Hudson previously said she challenged herself to become a better piano player while playing the role and she also faced an interesting decision about whether to sing Franklin’s songs “like Franklin” would or to do them as “Jennifer Hudson influenced by Franklin would.” Based on the film, we’d say J. Hud did a bit of both.

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Call Karl Marx: Draya Michele Gets Slammed After Fans Say She Uses ‘Sweatshop’ Labor For Her 7-Figure ‘Kini Line

What’s going on here????

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Former “Basketball Wives” star turned model-entrepreneur Draya Michele is no stranger to getting slammed after putting her foot in her mouth on the Internet, but this time she might want to reconsider sharing anything else in the future at all!

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Yesterday, folks on social media called Draya out after she posted a pic of factory workers making her bikini line, Mint Swim. People are convinced that the operation looks like a “sweats shop.”

Mint swim has racked up over a million dollars in revenue for Draya and now people are convinced the star used cheap labor to get her products made according to a photo she shared on her Instagram stories.

Does THIS photo look like Draya is using sweatshop labor to produce her bikini line to YOU?

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We can’t call it for sure, but Twitter users are going in on the 36-year-old for sharing the “weird” and “insensitive” image altogether. She seems to be humble-bragging that all of her friends are “in Europe”  in the caption, adding that she’s “CEO-ing.”

Weird flex, but okay.

I wanna know how much she’s paying them. She should’ve kept this weird insensitive post to herself

— dani (@seize_socrates) August 4, 2021

Back in 2016, Draya confirmed in an interview with Forbes Magazine that she made her first 7-figures in revenue from her swimsuit line. The ex ‘Basketball Wives Star” dubbed herself as “self-made.”

This will be the first year I sold over $1 million in swimsuits. Just to be able to see my numbers on paper, and actually have proof of these profits and have to pay taxes on it was surreal. You know, nobody likes to pay taxes, but once you get to a certain level there’s a part of writing this big check to the IRS that makes you feel kind of good because you feel accomplished. I can honestly say that for the first time in my life, I’m a self-made millionaire.

SIGH! We’re not sure if Draya realized how sharing an image of factory workers would make her look on social media, but the comments are looking bad for her.

Scroll down to see what else folks are saying.

Not Draya supervising a sweatshop during a pandemic.

— Slay woke. 🇹🇹 (@Oni_ono) August 4, 2021

Draya been a whole ass bird, but this…

— L E X (@iamlexstylz) August 5, 2021


Draya :

— Adonis Kain (@TaintedAdonis) August 5, 2021

Draya brain on smooth. Not a wrinkle in sight.

— No Relation, Esq. (@TheCosby) August 4, 2021

Draya making sure they making no kewchie space in them swimsuits

— sleeveless turtleneck hate account (@lucidnee) August 4, 2021

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Aaliyah’s Estate Issues Statement About ‘Unauthorized’ Projects ‘Leeching Off Of Aaliyah’s Life’s Work’

Aaliyah’s estate has issued a statement aimed at those trying to “leech off of” the late singer’s work by releasing “unauthorized projects.”

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On Wednesday, August 4, the Estate of Aaliyah Haughton put out a statement about some unnamed parties who are allegedly trying to release unauthorized projects associated with the late artist. Within the strongly worded message, her estate reiterated their commitment to protecting Aaliyah’s legacy, but warned fans that some people may try to attack their character.

“… For 20 years we have battled behind the scenes, enduring shadowy tactics of deception with unauthorized projects targeted to tarnish,” the statement reads. “We have always been confused as to why there is such a tenacity in causing more pain alongside what we already have to cope with for the rest of our lives.

The statement continues, “Now, in this 20th year, this unscrupulous endeavor to release Aaliyah’s music without any transparency or full accounting to the estate compels our hearts to express a word – forgiveness. Although we will continue to defend ourselves and her legacy lawfully and justly, we want to preempt the inevitable attacks on our character by all the individuals who have emerged from the shadows to leech off of Aaliyah’s life’s work.”

The estate went on to say they strive for “closure” so they can continue their mission to grow the “Aaliyah Memorial Fund and other creative projects that embody Aaliyah’s true essence.”

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Of the 1,500+ comments on the statement when posted to Instagram, 99% of them are fans reiterating that they just want her music to be released. Not only that, they’re confused at how never making her life’s work available to stream or purchase is “preserving her legacy.”

While this message from her estate doesn’t specify who they’re targeting, it was posted shortly after Blackground Records began hinting at the release of Aaliyah’s music on streaming services. They just launched the website, and have been promoting it across social media using the same hashtag.

Blackground Records was co-founded by Aaliyah’s uncle Barry Hankerson in 1993. Though the imprint shut down following the singer’s death in 2001, Hankerson has maintained ownership of the singer’s masters ever since.

It’s safe to say, at this point, fans just want the music.

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