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Hope you enjoyed the weekend and are ready for the last few weeks of summer before everything starts back up in September. Let's check out the news of the day. See what Tyga got for Kylie Jenner on her 18th birthday, find out what Miley Cyrus said about Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift and learn what Eazy-E's daughter had to say about N.W.A. and freedom of speech. Don't forget to check out a classic gallery featuring the incredible Gloria Velez.

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    18 Sexy Photos of Now Legal Kylie Jenner

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    Kylie Jenner celebratesher 18th birthday today, Aug. 10, 2015. XXL is celebrating her now-legal status by making her the Eye Candy for today.

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    Fetty Wap Performs 'Trap Queen' with Taylor Swift at Seattle Show

    Taylor Swift's 1989 Tour stopped by in Seattle, WA, where she was joined onstage by Fetty Wap. The two entertainers performed "Trap Queen" together and got the crowd to join in the singing.

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    MIley Cyrus Says Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift are Not Good Role Models

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    Miley Cyrus appeared in the September issue of Marie Claire magazine. In the article, she cites the "Bad Blood" music video and its seemingly glorified revenge violence as reasons why Kendrick and Taylor Swift aren't good role models.

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    Tyga Buys Kylie Jenner a Ferrari for Her 18th Birthday

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    Kylie Jenner celebrated her 18th birthday over the weekend even though she technically turns 18 today, Aug. 10, 2015. As a gift, her beau Tyga bought her a Ferrari 458 Italia, a car worth $260,000.

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    Eazy-E's Daughter Says N.W.A. Paved the Way for Freedom of Speech

    With the hype around Straight Outta Compton reaching a fever pitch, it's natural that several aspects of N.W.A. would be given the spotlight, like the members' families. Eazy-E's daughter, a singer/songwriter who goes by the stage name E.B., discussed her father and N.W.A.'s role in bringing about freedom of speech.