The Week in News

This week, the world mourned the passing of DMX, a talented rapper known for hits such as “Party Up (Up in Here)” and “Get at Me Dog.” We, at “The Real,” would like to offer our condolences to his family, friends, and colleagues for their devastating loss.

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DMX Passes Away at 50 After Suffering Heart Attack

Woman Shoots at Burger King Employees Over Long Wait Time, Police Say

Social Media Reacts After Isley Brothers Include 2 R. Kelly Songs in Verzuz Battle

‘Big Ang’ Star Linda Torres Passes Away at 67

Rihanna Turns Up at #StopAsianHate March in NYC!

Derek Chauvin’s Use of Force on George Floyd Was Against Policy, Police Chief Says

Kim Kardashian Is a Billionaire, Declares Forbes!

Larsa Pippen & Malik Beasley Split After Montana Yao Drama

Henry Golding Is a Dad!

‘Harry Potter’ Star Paul Ritter Passes Away at 54

Doormen Accused of Doing Nothing to Stop Attack on Asian Woman Fired

Black Food Truck Owners Demand Justice After White Man Brandishes Gun at Business Meeting

L.A. Driver Points Loaded Gun at Rush-Hour Traffic

Claudia Jordan Apologizes for Mistakenly Tweeting About DMX’s Death

CNN Legal Analyst Midwin Charles Passes Away at 47

LeVar Burton Really Wants to Be the Next Host of ‘Jeopardy!’

Asian Olympian Allegedly Attacked with Racial Slurs While Training at Park

Caitlyn Jenner Considering Run for CA Governor: Report

‘Romeo + Juliet’ Star Quindon Tarver Passes Away at 38

Woman with World’s Longest Fingernails Cuts Them After 29 Years!

Amanda Gorman Says She Turned Down $17M in Endorsement Deals After Inauguration

World Leaders Pay Tribute to the Late Prince Philip

Rosie Perez Says ‘It Hurts’ She Hasn’t Been Invited to the Oscars Since 1994 Nod

Travis Barker Gets GF Kourtney Kardashian’s Name Tattooed on His Chest!

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