Pop star Usher celebrated one of the entertainment industry’s crowning achievements yesterday when he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The singer reflected on his journey in the industry and took time to thank loved ones for their ongoing support. While Usher’s family was present for the event, celebrity friends including Stevie Wonder, Kelly Rowland, Miguel and will.i.am were also present. BJ the Chicago Kid and Maxwell shared their congratulations via social media. It looks like singer Kelly Rowland has become the queen of multitasking. She’s working on several projects at once. In addition to developing the girl group June’s Diary for her reality show “Chasing Destiny”, she’s also completing the follow up to her 2013 album “Talk A Good Game.” There’s also reportedly a book, movie and makeup line in the works as well. Fans can certainly expect to see and hear a great deal of Rowland in the coming months. The Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour finally made it’s way to Madison Square Garden in New York City over the weekend, and Sean “Diddy” Combs and company didn’t disappoint. The concert was an emotional one for Combs, a New York native, who is the mastermind behind the operation. It was the seventh time he’d performed at the venue. Before the show began, Combs thanked God, his family and the Bad Boy family for all the wonderful records they recorded over the years. Then, it was party time. Combs performed some of his hits with Ma$e. Then, the rest of the family took the stage: 112, Total, Faith Evans, Carl Thomas, French Montana, Ma$e, The Lox and Lil Kim. The crowd went ballistic as each act performed their hits. All in all, the Bad Boy Reunion Tour was one New Yorkers won’t likely forget. In other Sean “Diddy” Combs news, the mogul has landed at the No. 1 spot of Forbes magazine’s “2016 Hip Hop Cash Kings” list. Combs has been busy with the Bad Boy Reunion Tour in addition to releasing a short film as part of his Ciroc vodka campaign. All this helped Combs earn an estimated $62 million this year. Jay Z took the No. 2 spot earning $53.5 million and Dr. Dre took the No. 3 spot, earning $41 million on the strength of the N.W.A. biopic “Straight Outta Compton.” Drake, Wiz Khalifa and Nicki Minaj follow the top three cash kings.