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

We hope you stayed cool throughout the entire weekend and are ready to take on the week. But first, catch up on the news of the day. Learn why Tyler, the Creator is banned from Australia, what good news Ice-T and Coco have to share with the world and what Kate Hudson and her son were doing while waiting at an airport. Also, take a look at a classic KING gallery featuring the lovely Elise Neal.

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    November 2007 KING Magazine Issue

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    Chris Brown's Child Custody Battle Explained by Family Lawyer Scott Weston

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    The Boombox was afforded an interview with Scott Weston, Chris Brown's family lawyer. He gives some insight on the custody battle between Brown and his daughter's mother, Nia Guzman.

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    Sexiest Moments from Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj's "All Eyes on You" Video

    Today's Eye Candy feature from XXL is a small gallery of sexy screenshots from Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj's music video fro "All Eyes On You". There's quite a bit of PDA to be seen in these scenes.

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    Watch Kate Hudson Rap "Trap Queen" with Her Son

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    Actress Kate Hudson, famous for her roles in films like Almost Famous and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, recently uploaded a video of herself and her son rapping to "Trap Queen" in an airport. Apparently the two were bored in an airport lounge and she recorded the act and uploaded it to her account because she didn't want her son to have an Instagram.

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    Ice-T and His Wife Coco are Expecting a Baby

    After 14 years of marriage, Ice-T and his wife Coco are going to become parents. Coco announced it on Friday on their new talk show, Ice & Coco, which will air on Aug. 3, 2015.

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    Tyler, The Creator is Banned from Australia

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    Tyler, the Creator has officially been banned from Australia. According to The Fader, the ban was probably the work of Collective Shout, a group that aims to protect Australia women.