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DJ Traci Steele and DJ Babey Drew won’t be back for the third season of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta. Traci Steele confirmed the speculation explaining: “‘Am I doing the next season of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta?’ No. I didn’t choose. Apparently me and Drew weren’t as turnt up, I guess, as the rest of the cast members. We had some sanity. We were a little bit more relaxed and more grounded. A lot of people come to me and say you had the most class out of everyone else. Well class don’t cut it on Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.“ The person who hollered and screamed about "popcorn ho*s" all season was too classy for the show? Okay. [Bossip]

As for the original Love & Hip Hop, back at the end of the month, there’s already a rumor floating that one of the key storylines is being faked. Imagine that. Yes, Erica Mena will be dating Drake’s ex, Cyn Santana on the show, but a former special friend of Joe Budden says it’s all a farce. Did you get all of that? According to Yaris Sanchez, “Cyn Santana is frontin’ as a lesbian just to be part of the cast.” Perish the thought. [Diary of a Hollywood Street King]

Both LeToya Luckett and Slim Thug have shot down rumors of starring in a Houston-based spinoff of Love & Hip Hop. The actress and singer said, “I woke up one morning and my niece was like ‘so you’re doing Love & Hip Hop?’ I was like ‘wait, what?’ I went and saw it on the blogs...I don’t even know where this could have come from. I never mentioned it, never had talked about it. It just popped out of the sky.” [Hip Hollywood]

Jennifer Hudson has talked about expanding her family with fiancé David Otunga's family, but she has since revised plans on when she should work on baby number two. In a new interview, the Oscar winner said, "I want a little girl so bad. And my son every day, 'Mommy, I want a baby sister. I want a baby sister.' David and I originally said when he turned four, but he's four now so maybe when he turns six because four came a little too soon." [E! News]

Former Disney Channel star Lee Thompson Young, who died earlier this year as the result of a self-inflicted gunshot, was reportedly taking drugs to treat depression. However, per an autopsy report, Young had no illicit substances in his body at the time of his death. At the time of his death, the start had a history “of bi-polar disorder and depression.” So heartbreaking. [NBC News]

Does Judge Joe Brown need Dr. Drew? Many of you saw the now infamous clip of a seemingly inebriated Judge Joe Brown, who lost his show after 15 years of being on air, slurring his words and cursing up a storm. Well, according to one source, “The judge has been at loose ends ever since his show ended. Remember that line ‘so­ber as a judge?’ Well, that’s definitely not Judge Joe Brown!” To quote my lord and gyrator, “Aww man, homie.” [National Enquirer]

When and if Khloe Kardashian files for divorce from Lamar Odom, it’ll reportedly be no fuss, no muss as the two have an iron clad prenuptial agreement. [TMZ]

Usher has been training hard to get in shape to portray boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard on the big screen. The R&B heartthrob shed 25 pounds for the role and says the best training advice he received was from Sugar Ray himself. Usher revealed, “Sugar Ray Leonard said the most potent weapon in boxing is rest. Now I realize you can’t push yourself all the way. You have to pull back a little bit...My commitment to this character demands that I not only physically get ready, but also become him. The hair, the personality, the manner he conducts himself in—all that. He’s an incredible man.” Note to self: Step up on the pushups and ease back on the Popeye’s Chicken. [Concrete Loop]

Toni Braxton has had quite the life, and she’ll be exploring it in an upcoming memoir entitled Unbreak My Heart. The book will be published by HarperCollins and is set for release on February 11, 2014. [The YBF]

I didn’t like the song either, but rapper Ma$e spoke with more authority on the DJ Khaled track, “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie” featuring Rick Ross, Meek Mill, T.I., and Puff Daddy (yes, he brought that name back). Taking to Instagram, the ex-Bad Boy rapper said, “Ni**as sold u out BIG. I hate the way your legacy has been watered down. I don't have to be from Bk. Let him rest. #respect” [OmgMase]

Michael Arceneaux is a Houston-bred, Howard-educated writer and blogger. You can read more of