Get your Obama birth certificate mug: Last year the president said, "I can't spend all of my time with my birth certificate plastered on my forehead." But that was last year, and the whole Birther conspiracy is over, right? Maybe not. This week a new book was released that the publisher says will be a best-seller "of historic proportions." The title is Where's the Birth Certificate? — yes, really. The Obama 2012 campaign has decided to have a little fun with the idea of putting the documentation on display by slapping it on a coffee mug. We can think of a few people who could use a reminder with their morning beverage that it's time to move on.
Keyshia Cole and Lil' Kim duke it out on Twitter: What did we ever do with ourselves before we could bear witness to celebrities' petty fights in real time? According to the YBF, Lil' Kim and Keyshia Cole are going at it on Twitter as we speak. It started out when Keyshia wanted to make it known that she and Kim aren't "friends" but, rather, just work acquaintances. And then it didn't stop … We have to give these two credit for all the attitude they can squeeze into 40 characters.
Ten business-minded athletes: Most professional athletes are pretty comfortable financially, but not all of them quite have it down when it comes to making money outside of sports. The Atlanta Post is taking a look at 10 business-savvy African-American athletes who "easily transition from their jumpsuits to business suits."
Braxton Family Values shows what women want in men: According to Oretha Wilson of Elev8, if you look a little below the surface, the plot actually reveals what's most important to women in a partner ("Each one of these women have a situation that points out what the actual needs are in good relationships. They also point out what destructive behavior undermines relationships"). Can we call it a self-help reality show now?
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