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For those unfamiliar, radio program “The Breakfast Club” has a segment titled “Donkey Of The Day”, which is picked and delivered by Charlamagne The God. Yesterday, the blunt radio host called out R Kelly, due to allegations that the singer is dating a 19-year-old girl.  Photographs and details regarding the couple’s relationship have begun to make their way around the internet, and due to Kelly’s questionable past, it hasn’t sat well with very many. Only time will tell how things will transpire at this point. Is it a miracle or were singer Toni Braxton’s words misunderstood? During an interview with “Access Hollywood”, the Grammy winner stated that her son Diezel no longer shows any signs of being autistic. While it’s great to hear that he has improved, some seem to think her words meant that he’s cured. According to  Inverse.com, Diezel is most likely not cured, but on a different spectrum. At any rate, it’s great to hear that he’s doing well. A 2003 silver Infiniti G35, which was a gift he received from his mother at age 16, inspired Chattanooga TN rapper Tut’s new single “G35”. He recruited close friend and Top Dawg Entertainment signee Isaiah Rashad for the Ktoven produced track. Initially intending to become a producer while still attending high school, former football player Tut found himself in rap battles, rhyming off the cuff. One listen to his debut album “Preacher’s Son” and it’s clear that Tut delivers a 16-track set of gospel-infused hip hop inspired by his upbringing as the son of a Baptist minister. As for his new single, Tut says he remembers the days when he was “making friends, smoking weed and selling weed.” He’s well on his way to becoming a mainstay within the genre. Drake’s four day stint  at New York’s Madison Garden came to a close last night with a star studded finale. After bringing out A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, the 6 God brought out Derrick Rose of the New York Knicks and later went on to bring out some of New York’s finest including Cam’ron, Julez Santana, Fat Joe and Remy Ma. Atlanta rapper T.I. appeared for Future’s set while J. Cole made an appearance as well. The Dip Set performed their hits “Dipset Anthem”, “Oh Boy” and “Hey Ma”. Cole performed his hits “No Role Modelz” and “Tale Of 2 Citiez” along with the Jeremih assisted “Planez.” Tip performed his hits “Bring Em Out” and “Whatever You Like” while Fat  Joe and Remy Ma delivered their summer 2016 hit “All The Way Up.” Drake will return to New York City on Oct. 11 and 12 at the Barclay’s Center. His next stop will be Boston’s TD Garden on August 10.