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Kris Kross rapper Chris "Daddy Mac" Smith broke down in tears today during the funeral for his former KK partner Chris Kelly -- telling the congregation, "It's been like a struggle for me every day ... I know Chris is in heaven." During the service, which took place at a Baptist church in Atlanta, Smith said, "He was a true friend ... I just wanna say I love you man ... and I'm gonna miss you dearly." He added, "My life ... it ain't ever gonna be the same, but I just hope our legacy for hip-hop is never forgotten. I'm gonna do my part to make sure Chris' legacy will live on." The funeral was filled with Chris Kelly's famous friends -- including R&B singer Keke Wyatt and the members of Xscape, all of whom performed songs. Jermaine Dupri and rapper Da Brat were also present. Da Brat was wearing her pants backwards as a tribute to the dead rapper.
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MYSTERY SOLVED!!!Chris Brown is the artist behind the weird graffiti murals in front of his Hollywood Hills home ... the same renegade artwork that just got him in trouble with the City of L.A.. Chris was cited last week for having "unpermitted and excessive signage" outside his home ... after his neighbors complained to their councilman. No one could confirm initially whether Chris was the artist behind the paintings ... until now. The photos were snapped on April 26th, and the graffiti is still there. Which is a problem. Because if Chris doesn't remove the paintings soon, he'll be fined. In addition to a possible fine, Chris has already been charged $376.32 by the City just to pay for the inspector that was sent to his house. That bill will increase to $1,176 if Chris doesn't pay within 30 days.
At just 17 years-old, Yoshihide Kiryu is a new, lightning-fast star of the sprinting world. On April 29, the teen from Japan finished a 100-meter race in an incredible 10.01 seconds -- which means he tied for the junior world record and he is one of only three men in the world (under-20) to have ever run that fast. Now, the teen has set his sights on a new goal: he wants to beat his own world record. According to New Straits Times, Kiryu wrote down the new time he's aiming to achieve, 9.96 seconds, on a blackboard in his high school. If Kiryu accomplishes his goal he will also break Japan's national record.
This picture of me below in the 9th grade has NOTHING to do with my man up top! Just lettin' y'all know..bro' was gettin it in too!