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Hope you've all got some good plans for Independence Day Weekend. Before you get set for BBQs, beaches and what have you, take some time to go over the news. Find out what Kendrick Lamar said in response to Geraldo Rivera's comments, find out who's the latest to pull out of the Miss USA Pageant and learn what Lil Scrappy has to say about transgendered people. Also, take a look at a great gallery featuring Gloria Velez.

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    Model Alexis Sky is Drop Dead Gorgeous

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    She's only 20 years of age and she's already one of the sought after models. Here's Alexis Sky, XXL's final Eye Candy for this week.

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    Trey Songz Kicks Off First Night of Essence Music Festival 2015

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    Trey Songz performed at the 2015 Essence Music Festival, at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. He seemed to have a bit of trouble performing, oftentimes off-key.

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    Flo Rida Pulls Out of Miss USA Pageant Due to Donald Trump's Racist Remarks.

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    Flo Rida is the latest to cut ties with Trump by pulling out of his performance at this year's Miss USA Pageant. Many entities are seeking to distance themselves from Trump due to his recent remarks about immigrants being "rapists" and criminals.

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    Lil Scrappy Says Black People Would Get Assassinated for Being Transgender

    Lil Scrappy, of Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta fame, has made some comments about gender identity. He claims that no Black man can admit to being transgender unscathed.

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    Kendrick Lamar Responds to Geraldo Rivera: "Hip-Hop is Not the Problem, Our Reality is the Problem"


    Geraldo Rivera recently spoke out against Kendrick Lamar's performance at the 2015 BET Awards, saying that hip-hop harms young African-Americans. Kendrick himself offered a response, saying that the song "Alright" is about hope, not violence.