Chris Brown reportedly welcomes 2nd child with girlfriend

Chris Brown has reportedly welcomed a second child with his girlfriend, Ammika Harris. [ThristyForNews]

Chris Brown and girlfriend, Ammika Harris welcomes first child together.

Chris Brown has reportedly welcomed a second child with his girlfriend, Ammika Harris.

According to TMZ, the music star and his girlfriend welcomed a baby boy. Even though Chris hasn’t outrightly come out to announce the good news, he, however, posted a cryptic message on his Instagram page two days ago.

Chris Brown had taken to his Instagram page on Thursday, November 20, 2019, where he shared a photo of himself looking down smiling at what is perceived as his baby boy.

He went on to caption the photo with a quote of a date that appears to be the date of the arrival of the baby.

Chris Brown has reportedly welcomed a second child with his girlfriend, Ammika Harris. [Instagram/ChrisBrownOfficial]

Congratulations to Chris Brown and Ammika Harris on the arrival of their first child together. Chris Brown already had a five-year-old daughter, named Royalty with Nia Guzman.

Chris Brwon already had a five-year-old daughter, named Royalty with Nia Guzman. [Instagram/ChrisBrownOfficial]

About a week ago, the music star had a yard sale in his house which was abruptly stopped after the police stormed his premises.

The yard sale gone wrong…

Chris Brown is pointing accusing fingers at the Los Angeles Police Department for harassing him during his yard sales event. [Instagram/ChrisBrownOfficial]

According to TMZ, Chris Brown had planned a yard sales at his San Fernando Valley residence on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. However, things took a different turn when police officers arrived at the venue to stop the yards sales from happening.

More than 100 celebrities have signed the open letter

Celebrities who have signed the letter include; former Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi; Spice Girl Mel B; and the comedian Ruby Wax.

A group of celebrities have called themselves “hypocrites” in a letter backing climate change protesters Extinction Rebellion.

More than 100 celebrities, including actor Jude Law, and Radiohead singer Thom Yorke, have signed the open letter, which says that journalists who have called them “hypocrites” are “right”.

“We live high carbon lives and the industries that we are part of have huge carbon footprints,” it says.

“Like you – and everyone else – we are stuck in this fossil-fuel economy and without systemic change, our lifestyles will keep on causing climate and ecological harm.”

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 12:  Grayson Perry attends the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards 2019 at The Royal Festival Hall on May 12, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage)

Other celebrities who have signed the letter include; former Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi; Spice Girl Mel B; actors Sienna Miller, and Benedict Cumberbatch; and the comedian Ruby Wax.

But the letter goes on to say the media should “tell the public the truth” about the climate crisis.

“The stories that you write calling us climate hypocrites will not silence us.

Rihanna attends an event for 'FENTY BEAUTY' artistry beauty talk with Rihanna at Lotte World Tower on September 17, 2019 in Seoul, South Korea

Speaking to US Vogue, the star also hit out at Donald Trump for not describing recent mass shootings in America as “terrorism”.

Rihanna has confirmed she turned down this year’s Super Bowl halftime show in support of former NFL star Colin Kaepernick.

Asked to confirm whether or not the reports were true, the 31-year-old replied: “Absolutely. I couldn’t dare do that.

“For what? Who gains from that? Not my people. I just couldn’t be a sell-out. I couldn’t be an enabler. There’s things within that organisation that I do not agree with at all, and I was not about to go and be of service to them in any way.”

Maroon 5 were eventually announced as headliners, and went on to perform at the show.

Agreeing to discuss politics, the star was also asked about gun laws in the US and how she felt following the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, which happened within hours of each other in August.

At the time, Donald Trump focused on mental health as the cause of the shootings, saying: “Mental illness and hatred pulls the trigger – not the gun”.

Responding on Instagram, Rihanna posted a screen-grab of a tweet by the US president calling the El Paso shooting “an act of cowardice”, saying: “Um . . . Donald, you spelled ‘terrorism’ wrong!”

“It is devastating,” she told Vogue. “People are being murdered by war weapons that they legally purchase. This is just not normal. That should never, ever be normal.

“And the fact that it’s classified as something different because of the colour of their skin? It’s a slap in the face. It’s completely racist.

“Put an Arab man with that same weapon in that same Walmart and there is no way that Trump would sit there and address it publicly as a mental health problem. The most mentally ill human being in America right now seems to be the president.”

Rihanna, who released her last album, Anti, in January 2016, was also asked about her ninth record, and said conflicting projects had stopped her from working on it.

Named the richest woman in music by Forbes earlier this year following a string of hits including Umbrella, We Found Love and Diamonds, the star has also founded a fashion empire which includes her Fenty Beauty cosmetics line and Savage x Fenty lingerie brand.

“I have been trying to get back into the studio,” she said. “It’s not like I can lock myself in for an extended amount of time, like I had the luxury of doing before.

“I know I have some very unhappy fans who don’t understand the inside bits of how it works.

“I like to look at it as a reggae-inspired or reggae-infused album. It’s not gonna be typical of what you know as reggae. But you’re going to feel the elements in all of the tracks.”

She added that the Navy, her fan club, have “earned it”, saying: “They got me here.”

Rihanna also denied claims she is over making music now she has projects to work on.

“Oh, nooo. Music is, like, speaking in code to the world, where they get it. It’s the weird language that connects me to them.”

The full interview can be found on Vogue’s website.

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November 2019