We’ve been waiting for a glance at Kandi Burruss‘ new bundle of joy and we finally got one. The reality TV star and her husband Todd Tucker welcomed their baby boy Ace Wells Tucker on January 6, and the little Capricorn is adorable.
“We really worked hard for him,” Burruss, 39, who struggled to get pregnant before turning to IVF treatment, tells PEOPLE exclusively. “It was a long process and lots of needles.”
“It’s like starting all over,” says Burruss. “We were like, ‘Which bottles do we use? What diapers do we buy?’ Simple stuff that you would think I already know and I don’t. It’s silly.”
Meet Baby Ace above and click here for more from Kandi.
There’s a new app in town, and this one is for all the rappers out there.
If you’re not the best freestyler, Rhymeo will help you get your top-of-the-dome bars together. From ntrsctn:
A new app called Rhymeo touts itself as “the only app that gives visual and linguistic material to help you rap.” How, you might ask? The app’s Facebook page says, “Rhymeo helps you get passed [sic] those difficult moments where you can’t figure out your next line, enabling you to keep flowing with unbroken rhythm.”
Rhymeo allows users to choose from a variety of beats, ranging in name from “Tha F*ck” to “El Fuego,” and themes, including “movie night,” “superheroes,” and “predators” for inspiration. When you record a flow, the app shows a changing list of rhyming words at the bottom of the screen to help you keep things moving.
Rap is life.
Beatles producer George Martin has passed away at the age of 90 years old.
Ringo Starr hit Twitter to thank fans for their kindness, and Paul McCartney released a statement that reads: “If anyone earned the title of the fifth Beatle it was George. From the day that he gave The Beatles our first recording contract, to the last time I saw him, he was the most generous, intelligent and musical person I’ve ever had the pleasure to know … The world has lost a truly great man who left an indelible mark on my soul and the history of British music.”
May the “fifth Beatle” rest in peace.
Under questioning over several hours, Camille, 71, said she learned of the defamation case “through my husband” and was “somewhat” familiar with the allegations against him, according to court documents…
The filings also show that Camille has not read Andrea Constand’s criminal complaint against her husband and that she refused to answer 166 questions at her Feb. 22 deposition.
Head over to PEOPLE for more about Camille’s February deposition.