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Jay-Z Sues Kids Book Retailer

Jay Z is suing an Australian kids book retailer called The Little Homie. The company has been selling a book called AB to Jay-Z for years. The rapper is claiming they infringed on his copyright for lyrics from his song "99 Problems." The book's back cover reads, "If you're having alphabet problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but my ABCs ain't one." Sound familiar? (via TMZ)

Millie Bobby Brown's New Gig Comes With Big Payday

What were you doing at 15 years old? Probably not making the kind of money Millie Bobby Brown is making: She just landed the role of Enola Holmes in an upcoming movie franchise about Sherlock Holmes' little sister. MBB will make $6.1 million dollars to star in the film—and she could get up to an $800,000 bonus it the movie performs well. She will also be listed as one of the producers, which means an additional base pay of $500,000. (via TMZ)

Cyber Monday or Black Friday?

Cyber Monday has surpassed Black Friday as the preferred day for deals among all age groups. Guess you can't beat next day shipping! (via CNBC)

Twitter To Delete Inactive Accounts

If you're someone who doesn't go on Twitter a lot, your account may be getting deleted soon. Over the course of the next few days, Twitter will be sending out emails to people who having logged into the app in more than six months telling them to sign in by December 11 or risk losing their account and username. (via The Verge)

Proud Family Coming to Disney+

After months of speculation and rumors, it has officially been confirmed that the Disney Channel animated show The Proud Family will be getting a reboot. And guess who confirmed it? Suga Mama herself! Voice actor Jomarie Payton announced the news on the ABC daytime talk show Strahan, Sara and Keke. (via Shade Room)

Pop Stars Hit With Music Lawsuits