Word On The Curb: May 16 Diddy Says Goodbye To Social Media, Wendy Williams Wants No Ties to Ex-Husband, DJ Khaled Honors Nipsey Hussle in a BIG Way

Diddy Says Goodbye To Social Media

Diddy has been pretty open on social media, especially after the passing of Kim Porter. On Monday, a day after Mother’s Day, Diddy announced he’s once again taking a social media hiatus. Posting via Instagram “BACK OFF THE GRID.” Since Kim died, Diddy has shared several tribute videos and photos honoring her memory. Throughout his grieving process, he’s expressed regrets of not marrying her and being the man she needed him to be. Most recently, he shared a photo of himself hugging Kim with the caption, “I FUCKIN MISS YOU SO MUCH.  Happy mother’s DAY.” So he’s taking a break for now, but he will most likely return.

Wendy Williams Wants No Ties to Ex-Husband

Not only has she filed for divorce, but she’s fired him as her manager, and removed all traces of him from the credits of “The Wendy Williams Show.” Now Wendy has dissolved their substance abuse awareness foundation, the Hunter Foundation. The mission of the organization is near and dear to Wendy’s heart considering her own struggles with her alcohol and drug addiction. Wendy says, she in accepting the new reality of her life many things have changed but she remains committed to helping others in the struggles of their life.

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DJ Khaled Honors Nipsey Hussle in a BIG Way

Before his passing the two collaborated on a song called, “Higher”. So DJ Khaled is  is donating 100% of proceeds from the single, which also features John Legend to Nispsey’s children. The song will also be on DJ Khaled’s new album, Father of Asahd, that will be released Friday.


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