Today’s ENT Report 11/2/18

Chris Brown and his baby mama, Nia Guzman, have been able to come to an agreement regarding their child support agreement. According to The Jasmine Brand, Brown and Guzman have been in mediation over the past few months, due to Guzman requesting to have her monthly payments increased for their 4-year-old daughter, Royalty. Guzman has requested that the payments be increased to about $21,000 — which is a significant increase from the $2,500 that Brown is currently paying. While the amount will increase, reports are saying that Guzman will not receive the amount that she has been asking for.

Per the couple’s new agreement, Brown will purchase her a new home and will also pay over $100,000 for Nia’s legal fees, as they are also attempting to negotiate the details of their custody split.

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Full Story: The Jasmine Brand: https://bit.ly/2JyHmM7

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T.I. is being sued for $5 million for allegedly defrauding cryptocurrency investors. The Blast has reported that T.I. and his business partner allegedly engaged in a “pump and dump” scheme involving their cryptocurrency and now a group of upset investors are suing them for securities fraud. In court documents obtained by the site, a group of 25 investors claim they poured over $1.3 million “for now worthless securities called FLiK Tokens.”

The group claims the rapper and a man named Ryan Felton  made it seem like Kevin Hart was going to be the face for FLiK and even announced that FLiK was brining Hart on “as owner of the business.” Additionally, investors claim that Felton had gotten Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to invest and even “created fake online posts on behalf of Mark Cuban in order to manipulate the value of FLiK Tokens.”

They are suing T.I. and Felton for securities fraud and seeking no less than $5,000,000 in damages. 

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Full Story: The Blast: https://bit.ly/2AGQLhI

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After much anticipation, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence have confirmed that the follow-up to their 2003 Bad Boys II, Bad Boys for Life, is coming to the big screen. Lawrence posted a picture of himself with Smith and wrote, “It’s official. Bad Boys for Life.” Smith followed up and said, “It’s been a LOOOONG time Coming. But now it’s Here! @BadBoys For Life 🚨 We back!!”


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