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We're almost done with the week, but there's still a lot of news to get through. Let's catch you up before we catch our breaths. Read up on Rick Ross losing the copyright lawsuit against LMFAO, see what Ty Dolla Sign has to say about Kanye in relation to Michael Jackson and find out why a mom is thanking Fetty Wap. Also, check out a classic KING gallery featuring British model Courtnie Quinlan.

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    Marvel Comics Releases More Hip-Hop Variant Covers

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    Marvel has released even more images of their hip-hop variant covers. New covers include mash-ups of Spider-Man and Nas, Guardians of the Galaxy and Kid Cudi, Big Pun and Spider-Woman and more.

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    50 Cent is Pissed About BET Awards and Emmy Snub

    50 Cent had a lot to say when the 2015 BET Award and Emmy Award nominations were revealed this week. He took to Instagram to voice his ire.

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    Mom Thanks Fetty Wap for Inspiring Son to Not Wear Prosthetic Eye

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    Brenda Vaden took to Instagram to thank Fetty Wap for inspiring her son Jayden, who lost an eye to Retinoblastoma, to not wear a prosthetic eye. Becoming a fan of Fetty Wap gave the boy the confidence to step out into the world without a prosthetic.

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    Ty Dolla Sign Compares Kanye West to Michael Jackson

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    Ty Dolla Sign recently spoke out about what it's like to work with Kanye West. He said, "Being in the studio with him is like, shit, like being in the studio with f-ckin’ Michael Jackson."

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    Rick Ross Loses Copyright Lawsuit Against LMFAO

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    Rick Ross claimed that the LMFAO "Party Rock Anthem" phrase "everyday I'm shufflin'" is a copyright infringement of his track, "Hustlin'". A federal judge did not rule in favor of Ross' claim.