New Cartoon about Biggie Starring His Children

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#TaniaOnTheScene - Move over Casper, there’s a new ghost in town.  The children of late rapper Christopher Wallace, aka Notorious B.IG., are expected to star in a new animated series. Biggie Smalls will appear as a friendly ghost in the cartoon. House of Wallace will have the rapper’s “spirit” guiding the kids through adversities they face trying to keep the Hip Hop legend’s Brooklyn studio open. The Show has yet to sign with a network.

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#TaniaOnTheScene || Donna Summer, who died today from cancer at the age of 63, was more than one of the disco era’s most successful artists. She earned a string of hits throughout the Seventies and Eighties with her innovative songwriting and powerful, sensual voice that has influenced dance music for decades.
nadinealexand:

Rest in Peace to the beautiful and talented Disco Queen Donna Summers

#TaniaOnTheScene || Donna Summer, who died today from cancer at the age of 63, was more than one of the disco era’s most successful artists. She earned a string of hits throughout the Seventies and Eighties with her innovative songwriting and powerful, sensual voice that has influenced dance music for decades.

nadinealexand:

Rest in Peace to the beautiful and talented Disco Queen Donna Summers

#RIP Dick Clark: Dead At 82 
                          Dick Clark Dies
#TaniaOnTheScene sends her prayers to the family of the TV Legend!
Dick Clark dies after massive heart attack.

Dick Clark is dead after suffering a heart attack, according to TMZ. ABC confirmed the report.

The 82-year-old longtime TV producer and host had been at St. John’s Hospital in L.A. after undergoing an outpatient procedure on Tuesday, according to TMZ. Clark reportedly suffered the heart attack following the procedure and died on Wednesday after unsuccessful attempts to resuscitate him.

Clark had a history of health problems. He was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 1994, which he kept private until 2004, the year he suffered a stroke that forced him to retire as host of “New Years’ Rockin’ Eve.” Clark created the program in 1972 and earned a Peabody Award for his coverage. He was only unable to host twice until his stroke. Though Ryan Seacrest has since taken over, Clark made annual appearances.

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