Tracy Morgan and his beautiful daughter hit the pages of GQ, and the shoot was too cute for words.
Inside, Tracy talks about the nasty car accident that threatened his life and career, the people who love him, his recovery process, and his time as a drug dealer.
It’s a very emotional chat. Tracy tells the publication at one point:
I wasn’t in a good place. I didn’t get into a good place until maybe ten months later. I started to remember and think and all of that stuff. They taught me how to walk again, and stand up and sit up again, and it was really painful for a long time. I did therapists, did cognitive what do they call it? Did cognitive therapy. Still doing it.… That therapy, the psychiatrist had to keep going back to see me. People look at you like you…excuse me… [He gets emotional.]
Read more from the candid interview over at The YBF.
It’s Thanksgiving and thankfully, everyone is in the mood to give back.
Some of our favorite hip-hop heavyweights have been making sure they spread the holiday cheer. Jeezy was seen handing out hundreds of boxes of food to Atlanta families, Big Sean gave out over $2,000 worth of turkeys in Detroit, with the help of 50 Cent, Chris Brown gave back to the Queens community, and Fetty Wap and RGF Productions gave back to New Jersey.
Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman has ended her 31-year marriage, according to TMZ.
The site reports:
Marta and Michael Skloff filed divorce docs Wednesday, along with their settlement … meaning they worked it all out ahead of time. Marta, who’s worth a reported $200 million, and Michael have 3 grown children, so custody is not an issue. As for property — there’s a lot of it — and it’s all accounted for in the settlement. And, we’ve learned, there’s no prenup.
Michael has his own money, so maybe things won’t get too ugly:
Marta, who’s repped by disso queen Laura Wasser, is currently raking in the cash with her Netflix series, “Grace and Frankie.” As for Michael, he’s got a big “Friends” credit … he composed the theme song to the show.
We wish them both the best.
It’s been nearly a year since Chris Rock and ex-wife Malaak Compton-Rock split, but the two are still settling their divorce in court. Most recently, Malaak spoke about a third child they cared for in addition to their two biological children.
“Although Chris Rock is a celebrity, Malaak and the children are not. Protecting the privacy of her family remains of utmost importance to Malaak. She is saddened by recent tabloid media reports which are full of erroneous speculation and inaccuracies that are hurtful to three innocent young girls. While the adoption by Malaak is not yet finalized, it is actively in process under the rigorous guidelines and safeguards of international adoption policy. The child is in the country lawfully with the written consent of her birth parents, and while here, has been cherished and adored by the entire Rock family.”
Compton-Rock also stated that the girl “has been raised by the parties as a member of the family and has been solely supported by the parties. She also stated that she continues to be the girl’s primary caregiver.
The site continues:
According to court papers obtained by PEOPLE, the two sides squared off in a New Jersey court on Nov. 16. and the duo continue to dispute child support, alimony, equitable distribution, counsel fees, medical insurance and life insurance. The judge set a tentative trial date for next year.
We hope they’re able to settle their divorce soon.
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