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Cardi B will not be able to exclusively cash in on her well known catchphrase after officials shut down the hip-hop star and claimed her phrase isn't all that special. According to documents obtained by The Blast, Cardi was refused a trademark registration after filing to lock down her phrase, "Okurrr."

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Offset is standing strong for his wife Cardi B as she faces time behind bars for her alleged involvement in a New York club fight. On June 25 Cardi B pled “not guilty” in a New York court to charges that she was involved in a coordinated August 2018 attack on two sisters in a Queens strip club. But, while the 26-year-old faces a maximum of eight years in prison for two felony assault charges, she’s confident that she won’t do time. That, in part, is because of the support of her husband, Offset, a source close to Cardi tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSLIVELY.

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Willow Smith recently revealed that she can see herself dating both a woman and a man at the same time. And now, we know how her parents feel about it. Willow Smith got super candid on the June 24 episode of her mom Jada Pinkett Smith‘s Facebook Watch talk show Red Table Talk. The progressive 18-year-old revealed that her ideal relationship would be a polyamorous “throuple” with a woman and a man — at the same time — because she loves both genders “equally”. Willow’s fans know she’s super open minded and they love that about her. But what about her parents? Well, according to a source close to Jada, 47, and Will Smith, 50, they feel the exact same way. In fact, the family friend told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that they’re not only supportive of their daughter, they’re also proud that she shared her controversial view with the world.

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3:07 PM PT -- Patience Carter -- who survived the Pulse Nightclub shooting -- tells us the video was traumatic to watch and was grossly accurate to what she experienced. Carter says the mild disclaimer at the beginning of the video should have been more severe as the music video could put survivors back into a dark place.