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The end of the day means an evening of rest and relaxation. It also means that you get to catch up on today's news. See why Chrissy Teigen might have thrown a lot of shade at Iggy Azalea at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards, listen to the new Boosie Badazz track and find out why the camera crew for The Game's new dating show feels unsafe. Also, check out Maria Allure in a classic KING article.

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    Maria Allure

    Summer 2010 KING Magazine Issue

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    Hot Girls Rocking Septum Piercings

    Today's XXL Eye Candy feature gives us a look at hot women wearing septum piercings. Find out just how hot they can be in this gallery.

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    Iggy Azalea Receives Major Shade from Chrissy Teigen on 2015 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet

    Here's a video of Chrissy Teigen seemingly throwing some shade towards Iggy on the red carpet of the 2015 Billboard Music Awards by rolling her eyes. Viewers believe that she rolled her eyes when the crowd cheered at Azalea's arrival on the carpet behind Teigen and John Legend.

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    Listen to Boosie Badazz Feat. Keyshia Cole and J. Cole, "Black Heaven"

    Boosie Badazz has released his latest single, "Black Heaven" a week ahead of the release of his next album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell. The track features Keyshia Cole and J. Cole.

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    Watch the Trailer for the New 2Pac Documentary

    Gobi Rahimi has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for his documentary on Tupac. He has directed and produced several of Tupac's music videos and now looks to crowdfunding to help production of the doc.

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    Camera Crew for The Game's New Dating Show Feels Unsafe

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    The Game's upcoming dating show, She Got Game, might be scrapped because he waved a loaded gun around while addressing his beef with Young Thug and Lil Wayne. Because of this, the film crew no longer wants to shoot the show because they believe their lives to be in danger.