According to sources, during the ceremony, members of both the Brown and Houston families spoke, as well as family friend Tyler Perry. And, Whitney’s Jesus Loves Me was the final song played as the funeral came to a close.
Apparently, Bobby Brown — though not listed as a speaker for the event — also delivered a special message to Bobbi Kristina, writing in the program:
It seems like the Drake and Meek Mill debate is not coming to an end any time soon. Azealia Banks took to Twitter yesterday to add her two cents to the matter and it seems like Meek Mill’s last response, “Wanna Know,” at least has one fan: Mrs. Banks. Most were not very impressed with the track, but according to Banks “It’s not flames but it’s def not trash. I liked it.!” and she went on to say that it “had a nice little bounce and edge to it.”
Yo. Yall some bandwagon ass niggas cause u know that meek mill track had a nice little bounce and edge to it. Stop frontin
It got a lot more interesting though when Banks went on to say that she wants to “see Drake’s nudes so I can compare his thing thing to Meek’s.” The rant stopped with the following: “I need to know who has the meanest penis.”
I just wanna see Drake's nudes so I can compare his thing thing to Meek's … Let's see who the real winner is.
The penultimate day of the Women’s British Open was dominated by Asian golfers Jin-Young Ko and Teresa Lu, who share the lead after Round 3. Both ended the day on eight under par.
The Korean matched the Taiwanese player shot for shot, with both women scoring three under on Saturday.
Here is the leaderboard after Round 3 at the close of play:
The weather conditions were once again challenging at Turnberry, as wind and rain dominated early proceedings.
However, the Women’s British Open highlighted how this was helping many of the players, focusing on the par-five seventh:
Asian golf once again dominated the tournament on Saturday, with five representatives in the top 10. Ko and Lu led the charge, with Japan’s Mika Miyazato in fourth and Korean superstar Inbee Park tied in the fifth spot.
Park was one of the winners of the day, scoring three under par for her round to move herself up two places on the overnight leaderboard. She is looking to make it a full sweep of career Grand Slam competition trophies, and she is in contention to land the only top prize that has eluded her.
Ko and Lu continued to set the pace on Saturday, with both looking to be in supreme form. Ko hit four birdies and one bogey in her third round, while Lu scored five birdies and two bogeys.
It was an excellent day for the home nations, as England’s Melissa Reid and Wales’ Amy Boulden shot magnificent rounds. Reid carded a score of 69, three under, on Saturday afternoon—and it could’ve been so much better for the former Ladies European Tour Rookie of the Year.
Reid started her round with a disaster at the first hole, hitting a double bogey, and scored bogey on both the fourth and sixth holes, but the Derby-born golfer rallied to make a fine recovery. Six birdies and an eagle in 11 holes rescued her round and kept Reid in with a shout of winning the title.
However, it was Boulden who produced one of the performances of the day, shooting a 68, four under, to break her way into the top 10. Five birdies in her first 11 holes were punctured with only one disappointment on the eighth, finishing with her only bogey of the day.
The British Open highlighted Boulden’s effort on social media:
World No. 5 So Yeon Ryu had a disappointing day on the course, carding a one-over third round, which took her from second place on Friday night down to eighth. Six bogeys ruined the Korean’s best hopes of lifting the title, and with the golfers above her all in top shape, her challenge appears over.
There are several major stories developing at this championship, with youngster Ko battling it out with the brilliant Lu. The 20-year-old Korean is playing the best golf of her two-year professional career, but Lu’s experience could drive her to her first major prize.
But the romantics will be looking closer to home, with both Reid and Boulden in with a chance.
The two players will need to see significant decline ahead of them if they are to rapidly rise up the leaderboard on Sunday, but with just four shots separating England’s Reid from the leaders, anything is still possible.
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A Florida man attempted to chew off his fingerprints while in a patrol car to avoid being identified by the police.
On Thursday, Lee County Sheriff detectives noticed a 2015 Mercedes that had been reported stolen and after stopping the vehicle, they found the driver, Kenzo Roberts, was using a fake ID, had a concealed firearm and possessed three fraudulent credit cards.
Surveillance video shows Roberts unsuccessfully trying to bite off his own fingerprints while in the backseat of the patrol car. Lee County Sheriff officials say Roberts has two felony warrants for his arrest for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.