daily dos: Prince Royce gets sued, Frank Ocean's new video and Mitt Romney tries to woo Latinos

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daily dos: Prince Royce gets sued, Frank Ocean's new video and Mitt Romney tries to woo Latinos

  • Prince Royce has been hit with a lawsuit by his producer Sergio George, who claims Royce ditched Top Stop Music despite having three more albums on his contract. "Siempre me mantendré profesional sin caer en la tentación de defamar (difamar) a nadie, así que por favor dejen que esto se decida en la corte (I've always remained professional without falling into the temptation to defame someone, so please let this be decided in court)," wrote Prince Royce on Facebook.
  • It's official: Nicki Minaj is a judge on American Idol. And according to TMZ, she and Mariah Carey are already going at it. One of TMZ's inside sources claims that the two kept talking over one another during the taping of their first "A.I." show.
  • Frank Ocean rides through the desert and visits a strange strip club before tripping out on a mystical cameo from John Mayer in a new video, "Pyramids."
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  • Mitt Romney will attempt to appeal to Latino voters during a speech to U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles. Romney, who once suggested that undocumented immigrants "self-deport" and promised to veto the DREAM Act, is expected to criticize President Obama for not tackling immigration earlier in his presidency. Only 26 percent of Hispanics currently support Romney, compared to 68 percent for Obama.
  • Cancer has surpassed heart disease as the leading killer of Hispanics in the U.S., according to the American Cancer Society. Improved heart disease treatments and medications are believed to be part of the reason for a drop in heart disease deaths.

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  • Lindsay Lohan wants to know why young actress Amanda Bynes, who has had various run-ins with the law, hasn't been in jail. "Why did I get put in jail and a nickelodeon star has had NO punishment(s) so far?," wrote Lohan on Twitter. Bynes was recently cited for driving with a suspended license and had her car impounded.

    (Bryan Bedder and Stephen Lovekin/Getty)
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