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It seems like majority of the female population can hardly wait for the upcoming male stripper movie, Magic Mike XXL, and now they’ve added on another hunk in the mix. Childish Gambino has joined the cast of the sexy film, and his ab-bearing poster for the film has just been released. [Entertainment Weekly]

Wiz Khalifa certainly loves tattoos, as his whole body is covered in them, but it looks like he’s got some competition for his admiration. The rapper and Scarlett Johansson are set to take over SNL this weekend, and the two compared their ink work in the latest promo for the sketch show. [Miss Info]

The first teaser for the Fifty Shades Darker movie is finally here, and things are already heating up, despite it not releasing until Valentine’s Day of 2017. While Dakota Johnson is noticeably absent from the trailer, Jamie Dornan is back, and is putting his mask on for the big movie. [Just Jared]

Nick Lachey and his wife Vanessa Lachey have one of the best looking families in Hollywood, and they’re finally showing off their newest addition, their baby daughter Brooklyn. The couple shared their first official family photo with the new baby girl, who came into the world on January 5th. [Celebrity Gossip]

Momma Dee already has enough drama to deal with on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, and now it’s only increasing, as she was involved in a car accident this week. The mother of Lil’ Scrappy was riding in the back of an Uber car, when it was struck from the rear by another oncoming car. Momma Dee claims that she is in severe pain, and may have injured her back in the accident. [TMZ]

Grandmaster Flash is arguably one of the founding fathers of hip-hop, so of course fans would be seek his opinion on many topics within the genre. The DJ recently revealed his thoughts on graffiti art, stating that the craft is actually not a part of hip-hop culture, despite being included as one of the four elements. While speaking in a discussion with pioneers Fargo and Blade, the trio state that they believe graffiti was grouped with hip-hop culture by the media, but there is no actual correlation. [How To Rap Book]