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[] “Omar” From The Wire To Portray Ol’ Dirty Bastard In New Biopic Michael K. Williams has been tapped to play the role of late Wu-Tang Clan member, Ol’ Dirty Bastard in a new film covering the final years of the eccentric rapper’s life, according to Entertainment Weekly. The movie, titled, Dirty White Boy, will center around the rapper’s relationship with Jarred Weisfeld, a former VH1 Production assistant who became Dirt McGirt’s manager following his final prison stint in the early 2000’s. DWB will depict the last few years of ODB’s life as he attempted to make a comeback before succumbing to a fatal overdose in 2004 at the age of 35.(Read)

[] 3.1 Phillip Lim’s Textured Leather Arm Candy for Spring 2012 Looks So Sweet! Phillip Lim never fails to create some of the most coveted pieces of each season, and this collection is no different! Packed with bright bold leather, textured metallic, soft pastel, and perfect colorblocking, this collection gives a little piece of heaven to fashion lovers far and wide. Although the line screams spring perfection, the handbags seemed to stand out most to us.(Read)

[] R. Kelly Bringing ‘Trapped in the Closet’ to IFC Channel R. Kelly will be bringing new Trapped in the Closet videos to the IFC Channel. These will be in addition the 22-chapter series of the musical soap opera that Kelly has already produced. The story will bring back old characters and introduce new ones.(Watch)

[] How Do I Trust My Man After Infidelity? nfidelity — sexual, emotional, or, heaven forbid, both — can really tear a relationship apart. After all, once your partner commits the ultimate betrayal, how can you ever trust him/her again? In this video, licensed psychotherapist, author and YourTango Expert Dr. Tammy Nelson addresses this very issue. The trick, she says, is learning to trust your own instincts about whether or not someone is telling you the truth. “A betrayal can throw off your whole sense of what’s right or wrong in the world,” Dr. Tammy explains. Therefore, you’ll need to focus on trusting yourself if you ever want to trust your partner — or anyone else — again. (Watch)

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