Welcome to the weekly wrap up. We’ve got all the black entertainment news from the week that was!

Columbia Records executives are reportedly bracing for Beyoncé’s new album 4 to bomb. (New York Post)

Kelly Rowland and celebrity trainer Jeanette Jenkins are set release a workout DVD entitled Sexy Abs. (YBF)

Jay-Z stops by to visit Will Smith on the set of Men In Black III. (Pop Sugar)


Sean Kingston tweets a photo from his hospital, saying the he feels better after his jet ski crash. (New York Daily News)

Reggae star Buju Banton is delivered a prison sentence of 10 years on drug charges. (Madame Noire)

Rapper DMX does an interview from jail and says that he dislikes skinny jeans and Jay-Z. (VIBE)

President Obama shows off his fathering skills by soothing a crying baby. (Global Grind)

50 Cent has signed on to write a young adult anti-bullying novel for teens. (Rolling Stone)

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Chris Brown makes lewd gay remarks when getting a parking ticket in California. (TMZ)

Jamie Foxx has snagged the lead role in Quentin Tarantino’s new film Django Unchained. (Huffington Post)


Reggie Bush is now dating Kim Kardashian lookalike Melissa Molinaro. (PopEater)

Swizz Beats covers Paper magazine in a revealing photo shoot. (Paper Magazine)

Beyoncé messes up the lyrics to Queen’s classic hit “Bohemian Rhapsody” during a recent concert performance. (Perez Hilton)

Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj give their first live performance together on Britney’s Femme Fatale tour in L.A. (24 Wired)

Missy Elliott reveals that she is suffering from a thyroid disease called Graves. (Hip-Hop Wired)

Angela Bassett signs on opposite Samuel L. Jackson to star in the new Broadway play The Mountaintop. (Entertainment Weekly)

Flo Rida performs a full hour of his hit songs at a Bar Mitzvah in Canada. (TMZ)

Mike Tyson, Spike Lee and more join forces to create an HBO dramatic series inspired by Tyson’s youth. (NBC New York)

Gaborey Sidibe tells Conan O’Brien about her big crush on ‘N Sync bandmates. (Bossip)

Morgan Freeman ponders aliens and the afterlife on Through The Wormhole, a Science channel show. (Hollywood Reporter)