daily dos: Barack Obama slow jams the news, LMFAO denies break-up rumors and the Kardashians get 40 million

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daily dos: Barack Obama slow jams the news, LMFAO denies break-up rumors and the Kardashians get 40 million

  • Suspecting his autistic son was being bullied by teachers, Stuart Chaifetz sent him to school wearing a wire. Teachers were recorded calling 10-year-old Akian a bastard and bragging about drinking the night before. Chaifetz uploaded parts of the audio in a YouTube video, "Teacher/Bully: How My Son Was Humiliated and Tormented by his Teacher and Aide."
  • LMFAO records a video response to a recent New York Post article alleging the duo were broken up and feuding over millions of dollars.
  • The Kardashian family – Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kris and Bruce Jenner – have reportedly signed a $40 million deal to appear in three more seasons of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."

    (Ethan Miller/Getty)
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  • To some it may smell like a winner, to others it may smell like evil: the New York Yankees have launched official fragrances for both men and women. The men's cologne "captures a sporty and confident attitude," while the women's perfume is an alluring and flirty scent."
  • Zoe Saldana lands the cover for the premiere issue of Cosmopolitan for Latinas on newsstands May 1.
  • Cobra takes over the White House and Roadblock (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) plans a coup in a new theatrical trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation.
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  • The "Preezy of the the United Steezy" Barack Obama joins Jimmy Fallon and The Roots to discuss student loans when they "slow jam the news."
  • Australian radio comedians Hamish and Andy confront Rihanna for song theft. A couple of years ago, Hamish and Andy asked Rihanna about her songwriting process and asked if she calls Jay-Z in the morning and goes "rapapapa"? Hamish and Andy followed that statement with: "By the way, if we hear 'rapapapa' in one of your songs we're going to know where you got it from." The duo believe it sounds like the chorus of Rihanna's song, "Man Down."
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