The Associated Press reports that legendary singer Chaka Khan and her sister Yvonne Stevens have admitted themselves into a rehabilitation center for addictions to painkillers. Both sited the death of Prince on April 21 as motivation to seek help. “The tragic death of Prince has had us both rethinking and reevaluating our lives and priorities. We knew it was time to take action to save our lives. My sister and I would like to thank everyone for their support, love and prayers.” Prince died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, which happens to be the same medication Khan is addicted to. During her rehabilitation stay, Khan’s scheduled concert performances for the month of July, including the appearance at the California State Fair tonight, have been cancelled. Khan has publicly admitted in the  past that she has battled and beat addictions to cocaine and heroin. Here’s wishing Chaka and her sister a healthy, speedy recovery! Singer Solange Knowles was on the front lines over the weekend. The Saint Heron CEO lives in New Orleans, not far from Baton Rouge where many protests took place against the local police department stemming from the unjust police shooting of Alton Sterling last week. She tweeted about the chaos she saw, including the unjust behavior of the BRPD. A few days ago, she posted a video of her singing a bit of Syreeta Wright’s 1972 hit “Black Maybe”. Healing is definitely needed at this difficult time. Congratulations are in order for singer/songwriter Marsha Ambrosius. Last weekend, she announced that she’s expecting a baby. She revealed the news during a performance at the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans. Showing off her baby bump, Ambrosius rubbed her belly for the cheering crowd, some of whom yelled “Congratulations! She has been dating singer Dez for some time and judging from his IG video, the two appear to be in love. Congratulations to Dez and Marsha on their newest edition! Lil Kim will hold court as both an honoree and performer at the upcoming “VH1 Hip Hop Honors: All Hail The Queens.” The Brooklyn rapper will take the stage for a special performance as The LOX, French Montana, Desiigner, Dej Loaf, Teyana Taylor, Rich Homie Quan and Jessica White all pay homage to the Queen Bee. Lil Kim joins an all female list of honorees who blazed a trail in the male dominated industry of hip hop including Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah and Salt-N-Pepa, with surprise guests scheduled to appear for each tribute. VH1 Hip Hop Honors makes its return after a six-year hiatus airing tonight from New York City’s David Geffen Hall at the Lincoln  Center at 9 p.m. EST. It’s been seven years since rapper Cam’ron released 2009’s “Crime Pays”. Now, he’s back with the visual for  his collaboration with fellow  Dipset member Julez Santana “Oh Yeah” and revealed that “Killa Season 2”, the sequel to his 2006 album, will be released this fall. The video shows the two sporting garb straight out of the Diplomats’ heyday, with the group’s trademark Eagle logo and Santana’s signature bandanna on full display as the duo drops some quotable bars. For Cam, this means putting the release of “Purple Haze 2” and the thought of retirement on the backburner for the time being. He certainly hasn’t been idle since that time. He recorded a collaborative project with A-Trak, titled “Federal Reserve”, which never saw daylight, but he kept himself in the spotlight throughout the second half of 2014 with a six part EP series called “1St Of The Month”, as well as a handful of singles and a mixtape in 2013. He’s currently touring with The Underachievers, G Herbo, Smoke DZA and Nyck Caution for the Smokers Tour, which ends this Thursday in Norvolk VA.