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Ever since the online community saw the elevator fight heard around the world between Jay Z and his wife’s sister, Solange, rumors about the Carter couple have been never ending.
We’ve heard everything from Jay Z cheating on his wife with low level R&B stars, to Beyonce going to her A list friends for divorce advice, but now the newest rumor about the Hip Hop power couple involves a baby.
And no, I’m not talking about Blue Ivy.

Rumors say that Beyonce and Jay Z are actually pregnant with their second child, and that they’re hoping this baby will help their dissolving marriage.

Mmm-hmm, sure girl!

I can’t be the only person who’s over all of these rumors and bullshit stories.
Matthew Knowles already explained (although I’m not sure if what he said was true or not, but it wouldn’t surprise me) that the divorce rumor was created by the Carter camp to drum up buzz for their “On The Run Tour.” So there’s a good chance this pregnancy rumor is probably false too.

I guess only time will tell!

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A 9-year-old girl being taught how to use an Uzi sub-machine gun lost control of the powerful

weapon and accidentally killed her instructor, authorities said.

The shooting happened at 10 a.m. Monday at Arizona Last Stop shooting range, a tourist spot

southeast of Las Vegas.

According to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, the instructor –- identified as Charles Vacca, 39

–- was standing next to the girl, teaching her how to use the Uzi. The girl’s parents, who are from

New Jersey, stood nearby, capturing video of the experience.

The girl, in a gray T-shirt, pink shorts and her hair in a braid, can be seen in the video being

advised to adjust her feet. “All right, go ahead and give me one shot,” Vacca is heard telling her.

The instructor praises the girl for the shot and then tells her, “All right full auto.”

As the girl pulled the trigger, and the recoil caused her to lose control of the gun, with Vacca

accidentally shot in the head, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office said. Vacca was flown to the

University Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead, authorities said.

Sam Scarmardo, the gun range operator, was distraught about Vacca’s death.

“It’s like losing a brother,” Scarmardo said. “These aren’t employees or associates of ours, these

are family. We’re all family.”

Many gun ranges allow children who are 8 years and older –- with parental supervision –- to

shoot firearms, Scarmardo said.

“We instruct kids as young as 5 on .22 rifles, and they don’t get to handle high firearms, but

they’re under the supervision of their parents and of our professional range masters,” Scarmardo


A New Jersey woman struggling to make ends meet died in a sports utility vehicle parked outside a New Jersey Wawa store.
Police said it appeared Maria Fernandes of Newark was trying to nap in her SUV parked at a Wawa convenience store parking lot on Spring Street in Elizabeth.

Lt. Daniel Saulnier tells The Star-Ledger of Newark that she sounded like someone who tried her best to earn a living. The paper reported that she had four jobs.

“This sounds like someone who tried desperately to work and make ends meet, and met with a tragic accident,” Saulnier told the paper.
Elizabeth police say it appears a deadly mixture of carbon monoxide and fumes from an overturned gasoline container overcame Fernandes.
The 32-year-old was found dead inside her 2001 Kia Sportage around 4 p.m. Monday.
Police said Fernandes worked at several Dunkin Donuts stores in the area and it wasn’t unusual for her to park in a public access parking lot in between jobs to get a few hours of sleep. She was scheduled to lend her SUV to a friend two hours after she parked her vehicle in the lot that afternoon, police said.
Workers at the Wawa store became concerned when they saw Fernandes in her car and called 911. Responding EMTs were able to get into the vehicle but were immediately overpowered by some sort of chemical smell, police said.
Once they determined the woman was dead, the workers backed away and alerted firefighters and hazmat crews.
Hazmat officials later determined the smell was gasoline from a gas can that had apparently spilled in the back of the vehicle. Investigators say Fernandes apparently traveled with the can because she had run out of gas in the past while commuting between jobs.
Fernandes has family in Portugal, and they have been notified of her death, police said.
An official cause of death is pending toxicology results, but an autopsy has determined that there’s no reason to suspect foul play in Fernandes’ death, police said.

Police rushed to a South Jersey hospital Wednesday morning after a man drew a gun and

killed his wife inside the hospital.

Camden County Prosecutors Office spokesman Jason Laughlin said that the man shot his

wife then himself inside Kennedy University Hospital – Stratford Campus on E Laurel Road

in Stratford around 10:15 a.m.

The Unidentified woman died while her husband was treated for his injuries at Cooper

University Hospital, according to authorities.

As SkyForce10 hovered overhead you could see police gathering outside the emergency room


The hospital wasn’t evacuated since the shooter was considered contained.

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Former undisputed middleweight champion Jermain Taylor is free on a $25,000 bond after

the former middleweight champion was jailed overnight in Little Rock in connection with

the shooting of his cousin.

Taylor appeared via video from the Pulaski County jail for an initial appearance Wednesday.

District Judge Wayne Gruber also granted a defense request for Taylor to travel out of state

to train and compete in a bout against Sam Soliman in October.

Taylor was arrested Tuesday night at his home in Maumelle, Arkansas, a suburb of Little

Rock, according to police.

Taylor was taken into custody, booked into the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility

and charged with two felonies — first-degree domestic battery and aggravated assault –

Lt. Carl Minden, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office spokesman, told

The cousin was in serious condition at a hospital after being shot multiple times, Minden


Minden said the police responded to a 911 call from Taylor’s wife, Erica, at around 7 p.m. ET.

“Mr. Taylor’s cousin and another individual came to his residence, and there was some sort

of altercation,” Minden said, adding that the two who showed up at Taylor’s home were un-

armed. “At some point, Mr. Taylor retrieved a handgun and fired several rounds. His cousin

was struck multiple times. The cousin is alive and in serious condition at an area hospital.

He has pretty serious injuries. The other person was not struck, but Mr. Taylor had fired

several rounds and missed.”

Minden said that when police arrived at Taylor’s residence, he was “very cooperative with

our investigators. He was very calm, and there were absolutely no difficulties.”

Minden said police were investigating what led to the shooting.

The incident comes just two weeks after Taylor (32-4-1, 20 KOs), 36, finalized a deal for an

unexpected shot at world titleholder Soliman of Australia.

The fight is scheduled to headline an ESPN2 boxing special Oct. 8 at the Beau Rivage Resort

& Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi.

“ESPN had committed to carry the fight and was working towards a contractual agreement.

We are now reviewing the situation and will make a decision once more details emerge,” an

ESPN spokesman said in a statement.

Taylor, a 2000 U.S. Olympic bronze medalist, was middleweight world champion from 2005

to ’07. He won the title by outpointing Bernard Hopkins, ending his record-setting title run

at 160 pounds, and then beat him again in an immediate rematch.

Taylor made four successful defenses before getting knocked out by Kelly Pavlik in the

seventh round of a dramatic fight.

In 2009, Taylor suffered a small brain bleed as a result of a brutal 12th-round knockout loss

to Arthur Abraham in a super middleweight fight that was part of the Super Six World Boxing


After the injury, Taylor dropped out of the round-robin tournament and took off 26 months.

But after going through extensive neurological testing, Taylor secured a boxing license in


He returned to the middleweight division, reunited with original trainer Pat Burns, who had

led him to the title, and has won four fights in a row, including three by knockout, since

launching his comeback in December 2011.

The 40-year-old Soliman (44-11, 18 KOs) won the belt by outpointing Felix Sturm in Germany

in May and got a lucrative offer to make his first defense against Taylor.

NEW YORK — Tulsa Shock guard Skylar Diggins is the WNBA’s Most Improved

Player of the Year.

The league announced Wednesday that Diggins received 29 of a possible 38 votes

from a panel of national and local sports writers and broadcasters.

The No. 3 overall pick out of Notre Dame in 2013, Diggins averaged 8.5 points as

a rookie. Her scoring average jumped to 20.1 this season, second-best in the lea-

gue. She also averaged 5.0 assists, fourth in the league, and improved her field

goal percentage from 33 percent to 42 percent. She had 27 points and seven

assists in the All-Star Game.

Washington’s Emma Meesseman, Tulsa’s Courtney Paris and Chicago’s Allie

Quigley tied for second with two votes apiece. Connecticut’s Alex Bentley,

Chicago’s Jessica Breland and Phoenix’s Brittney Griner each received one


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