What Did Rick Santorum Call Obama?

In today's link roundup: Was the GOP candidate about to use the n-word? Plus: Bobbi Kristina lands Tyler Perry role. 

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What did Rick Santorum call Obama? "We know the candidate Barack Obama, what he was like -- the anti-war government nig ... ," he seems to say, then suddenly stopping, and changing tack to add: "America was a source for division around the world, that what we were doing was wrong." Was he going or "nik"? Randomly stumbling over words? Having another "blah people" moment? Listen here and judge for yourself.

Reggae album for Snoop Dog? He told MTV he's going in an entirely new direction with his music.

Raven Simone talks Broadway and future plans: She's playing Deloris Van Cartier in the Broadway adaptation of Sister Act. She talked to the Huffington Post about her debut on the Great White Way, her thoughts on returning to the music industry and the secrets of her success.

Bobbi Kristina lands Tyler Perry role: According to Radar Online, the 19-year-old has been offered a recurring role in Tyler Perry’s TBS sitcom For Better or Worse as the daughter of a hairstylist.

Jaleel White addresses ex's abuse allegations: The mother of his child told the press he was abusive and unfaithful to her. The actor has responded to the allegations, which he claims are "hurtful" lies stemming from a "malicious police report" filed in connection with a bitter child-custody dispute, BlackAmericaWeb reports.

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