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Lil Wayne Applies for “New Dirty Bastard” Trademark: Lil Wayne’s record label “Young Money” has filed a claim to use a portion of “Ol Dirty Bastard’s” name for entertainment productions and ODB’s family was completely caught off guard by the “No Frauds” rapper’s filing. The family is unclear on why Wayne wants to use “New Dirty Bastard,” but they are “willing to work together” with the music label according to the Blast. ODB died in 2004 from an overdose.

Olympic Ski Racer’s Toddler Drowns In Pool: Former gold medalist Bode Miller’s 19-month-old daughter Emeline Grier Miller died in the hospital after drowning at his neighbor’s pool party on Sunday. The paramedics sadly were unable to resuscitate her, TMZ reported. “We are beyond devastated. Never in a million years did we think we would experience a pain like this,” the Miller’s stated on social media.

Chance the Rapper Surprises Student’s with Donald Glover Performance: The Chicago rapper hosted the fundraiser “Open Mike Chicago” on Monday which encourages high school students who are artistically creative. The teens were surprised with a special performance by Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino who performed his hit single “This Is America.” The appearance sent the crowd into overdrive. Chance and Glover have been hinting at a collaboration for years.

Ex-Police Chief Frame Teens for Burglaries: Biscayne Park Police Chief Raimundo Atesiano along with two other officers framed a 16-year-old in four different burglaries to keep a city’s burglary statistics perfect. Atesanio has now been indicted on charges of conspiring to violate the teen’s civil rights and depriving him of those rights. He’s free on a $50,000 bond.

President Trump and Kim Jong-un Meet In Singapore: The United States president and North Korean dictator met for a historic summit in Singapore. In a signing ceremony, Jong-un committed to “building of a lasting and robust peace regime” in Korea. The meeting between the two leaders is historic because it’s the first time an American president met with a North Korean leader.

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