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50 Cent loves to be all about his money, and he’s making sure to try and increase it for the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight this coming weekend. Reports say that the Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ rapper is set to make a fortune this weekend, as he is set to get close to $500,000 for performing at Drai’s, and could get even more if Mayweather wins, as he’s bet $1.6 million. [TMZ]

Jason Derulo is ready to give his fans new music, and he’s got a pretty star-studded lineup to join him on his new album Everything Is 4. The “Riding Solo” singer just dropped the tracklist to the project, which has features from Stevie Wonder, K. Michelle, Jennifer Lopez, and more. [Rap-Up]

Fans are super stoked that there is going to be a sequel to the hit movie Independence Day from the 90’s, but it looks like some original actors who portrayed the characters will be replaced. Mae Whitman played the President’s daughter, Patricia Whitmore, in the first movie, but it looks like her role was given to Maika Monro instead. [GossipCop]

Brendan Philip is making sure R&B is brought back to life in the music world, as he’s dropped his new sensual track “The Feels.” The crooner spreads his harmonic vocals on the hyped up slow jam, which was released onto the Die Alone Records soundcloud page. [Soundcloud]

Zoe Saldana is busy being a mother to her two twin boys at home, and she’s making sure her fans are still up to date on every detail. The actress wrote some news about her boys on her Facebook, stating, “The boys are 5 months and they are teething. We are getting creative every day on finding ways to keep them entertained (mothers, we are open for suggestions) so that we can get some work done.” [E! News]


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