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We're certainly feeling the effects of the long day and the effects of pollen, unfortunately. Pop some Benadryl with us and catch up on the news. Find out why Los Angeles high school students are being warned to avoid Tyga, see what Bill O'Reilly is saying about the rap industry and why Suge Knight doesn't want the bullet that hit hum during the Tupac shooting removed. Also, be sure to check out a classic gallery featuring Rosa Acosta.

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    Rosa Acosta

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    Drake Likes to Name-Drop Hot Women

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    Drake has name-dropped plenty of hot women throughout his career. Here is a small collection of all the women he's ever mentioned, some he's dated and others he's wanted.

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    Bill O'Reilly Claims Rap Industry Caused Christianity's Decline in America

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    On The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly recently cited "secular media and pernicious entertainment" as one of the causes of the decline of Christians in the country. He went on to say that the rap industry "often glorifies depraved behavior, and that sinks into the minds of some young people, the group that is most likely to reject religion."

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    Suge Knight Refuses to Remove Bullet That Hit Him in Tupac Shooting

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    According to TMZ, Suge Knight is suffering from health issues and needs an MRI, which necessitates the removal of the bullet that's been in his head for nearly two decades. Knight does not want the fragment taken out for fear of death.

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    Young Thug's Engineer Calls Rich Gang Leaks "Heartbreaking"

    Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan have been dealing with their tracks being leaked for the last few months. Alex Tumay, an engineer who has worked with Quan and Thug, has expressed his heartbreak over the leaks because of all the time they've put into them.

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    Signs at a Los Angeles High School Warn Students to Stay Away from Tyga

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    A street artist named Hanksy has put up signs that poke fun of the relationship between 25-year-old Tyga and 17-year-old Kylie Jenner. The signs target Tyga's supposed preference for underage women.