Beyonce has been keeping a low profile for some time now, and for a very good reason. She’s been quietly gestating. The singer announced via an Instagram post that she’s pregnant with twins. The photograph featured Bey in a veil, bra and panty set while showing off her baby bump. No word on the sex of the babies or a due date. Multiple births seem to be on the rise within celebrity families: yesterday, it was announced that rapper/producer Pharrell Williams and his wife Helen welcomed triplets earlier this month. Congratulations to the Carters! Following the season finale of her E! docu-series “Mariah’s World”, Mariah Carey has released the single “I Don’t”, which features YG. The track, produced by Jermaine Dupri and Brian Michael Cox, is a breakup anthem in the wake of the singer’s nixed engagement to billionaire James Packer. Carey sings passionately about the breakup while YG adds some West Coast flavor to the mix. The visual for the single has been shot. Filmed at an opulent mansion with chandeliers and a grand staircase, it shows a shirtless YG in a black blazer and shades. He later joins Carey in a white  Rose Royce Phantom. Dressed in white lingerie and a black inspired S&M ensemble, Carey drapes herself over the hood of the rain soaked car as YG rides shotgun. Yesterday, talk show host Steve Harvey welcomed Nehemiah, a 2016 Neighborhood Award recipient for “Good Neighbor of the Year.” He grew up under difficult circumstances, but after realizing he was traveling down the wrong path, changed his life and now runs a foundation and community center to help the members of his community. He asked Steve Harvey for help with another life change. He wanted to propose to girlfriend Silvina. Silvina was under the impression that the two were on the show to discuss Nehemiah’s charity work when she received the surprise of a lifetime. A proposal with a special appearance by her favorite artist singer/songwriter Maxwell. It was a moment she’ll never forget, no doubt. Congratulations to the couple. Last month, Soulja Boy and Chris Brown hurled insults at one another via social media. The heated exchanged resulted in Brown challenging Soulja to a boxing match, which the rapper accepted. The highly publicized fight gained more star power after boxing champs Floyd Mayweather, Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield threw their hats in the ring to help orchestrate the match. While Mayweather initially signed on to train Soulja Boy, Soulja swapped him for Holyfield. Mayweather’s busy schedule prevented him from taking on trainer duties for Soulja, but he has no ill will. He says the promotion company thought that Holyfield training him would be better. Holyfield’s history with Brown’s trainer Mike Tyson also factors into Soulja’s decision. Rapper 50 Cent, who serves as promoter, recruited Mike Tyson as Brown’s trainer after Soulja recruited Mayweather. While there’s no word on a date or location for the match, which is slated to take place in March, Soulja Boy is ready to put on the gloves.