KING's editors round up the hottest clicks from around the web so you don't have to.

At long last, we've come to another weekend. We hope you enjoy the last few days of summer and your Labor Day festivities. But first, catch up on the news and find out why Ice Cube supports Kanye's decision to run for president in 2020, see what Jay Z did for Beyonce's birthday and find out how Talib Kweli was assaulted recently. Also, check out a classic KING gallery featuring the lovely D. Woods.

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    D. Woods

    May 2007 KING Magazine Issue

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    15 Reasons You Should Follow the Gorgeous and Sexy Model Aylen Alvarez

    via Instagram

    XXL closes out the week in Eye Candies with model Aylen Alvarez. She's got over two million followers on Instagram alone, proving that she's worth keeping an eye on.

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    Jay Z and Family Celebrate Beyonce's Birthday with Photos and Music

    Today is Beyonce's birthday. Her husband Jay Z and his family have banded together to give her a little birthday treat in the form of a musical video tribute.

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    Top 5 Sneakers Coming Out This Weekend

    It's Friday and it's time to check out what sneakers will be dropping this weekend from brands like adidas, Nike and the Jordan Brand. Here are five of the very best sneakers to keep an eye on when heading out to the stores.

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    A Woman Throws Shoes at Talib Kweli

    Talib Kweli recently performed at a show in Ithaca, New York, where he had a shoe thrown at him by a woman during a "Black Lives Matter" speech. This resulted in Kweli calling the woman "Miley Cyrus" and having the crowd chant "Get the f*ck* out, Miley!" until she left.

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    Ice Cube Supports Kanye West's Decision to Run for President

    Daily Mail

    Ice Cube was recently interviewed by The Daily Mail and asked about his opinion on Kanye running for the presidency in 2020. He said he would vote for him and would have no problem with Kim Kardashian as the First Lady.