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Reginae Carter has come out and officially confirmed that she is indeed dating a man much older than her. Carter, daughter of hip-hop heavyweight Lil Wayne, and star of the WETv reality show “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” was out at a private bash this past weekend with her new boyfriend, rapper YFN Lucci. YFN…

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Recently, celebrities and tastemakers in Atlanta showed up to a private exclusive screening of “Growing up Hip Hop Atlanta,” executive produced by Datari Turner. The guest list included supporting cast members Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat, and Deb Antney; fellow WEtv stars Towanda and Trina Braxton, Mama June, Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson; Cynthia Bailey and…

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  Toya Wright arrested  Reality TV star and boutique owner Toya Wright has been arrested. Public records confirm that the 30-year-old starlet was taken into custody in College Park, Ga. Tuesday for outstanding parking tickets. Coincidentally her arrest was the same day as her husband Mickey Memphitz’ birthday. She has since been released. rolling out recently…

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Reginae Carter and Bria Williams, had their mothers’, Toya Wright and Mia Dumas, support Saturday at their book signing at Books and Books in Coral Gables, Fla. The daughters of Lil Wayne and Birdman are currently promoting Paparazzi Princesses. About Paparazzi Princesses, Birdman remarked to Cash Money Content, the publishers of the book, “There’s no better feeling than watching Bria and Reginae make this dream…

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Lil Wayne’s daughter,  Reginae Carter, celebrated her 13th birthday in royal fashion. Held at the Callanwolde Mansion in Atlanta, Reginae’s bash featured a horse and carriage arrival and a Cinderella theme. T.I., Tiny, Birdman, Phaedra Parks and several other celebrities and their kids were in attendance. Rolling out magazine was on the scene to capture…

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For Sisters Only 2011 kicked off proper here in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center with V103’s Frank and Wanda greeting guests at the gate. The energy was lively, positive and cultural. Thousands of young African American professionals, families, and friends were in attendance. All enjoyed shopping, eating, education and entertainment. For Sisters Only…

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