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Suge Knight Wants to Attend Mother’s Funeral: Record executive and prison inmate Marion “Suge” Knight’s family would like the court to grant him permission to be present at his mother Maxine Chatman’s funeral that’ll be held in California. She died Sunday from a kidney and lungs failure, TMZ reported. The “Death Row Records” CEO hopes authorities will be sympathetic to his request.

Laura Bush Blasts Trump Over Immigration Children Policy: The former First Lady wrote an op-ed piece for the Washington Post and compared children being taken away from their parents at the border to “Japanese” internment camps. She also criticized President Trump administration’s policy and said it’s “cruel and immoral.” The White House has yet to respond.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Drop Joint Surprise Album ‘Everything Is Love’: The music power couple released their nine-track album on “Tidal” Sunday morning. The couple addressed intimate moments of their marital issues. On Beyoncé’s Instagram page, she also posted a new music video shot at the Louvre in Paris for their song “Ape S**t.” The album can now be found on Spotify and Apple.

Suicide Blasts Kill at Least 31 Nigerians: Suicide bombings and rocket blasts that hit northeast Nigeria on Saturday evening left several people injured and dead. Government officials suspect Boko Haram jihadists used little girls ages 7 to 10 years old as suicide bombers to attack the Nigerian town, the Daily Maverick reported. The local government confirmed the death toll of 31 people.

Walmart Gunman Fatally Shot By Civilian: A shooting occurred Sunday evening at a Walmart in Tumwater, Washington and two people were shot. However, a bystander in the department store pulled out a gun and killed the suspect. The gunman’s motive for shooting up Walmart remains unknown according to Komo News.

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