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Serena Williams Serves Up The Sexy, Hits A Few Balls While Wearing Heels!

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Talk about multi-tasking. Serena Williams was spotted wearing a skin tight skirt, sky-high stilettos and serving a few tennis balls — all at the same d@mn time!

The tennis phenom stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman and taught the talk show host a few things about the game.

On a makeshift court outside the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York, Williams went ham on Letterman, even hitting a ball so hard that it broke a window at the nearby Hello Deli.

Check out the pics in the gallery below.

David Lettermen seen playing tennis with Serena Williams outside the Ed Sullivan Theater on the David Lettermen Show in New York City

 

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Problem Solved: Mo’Nique Owes A Cool 560K To IRS … So Duh, Take The $500K Netflix Deal!

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Well isn’t this ironic.

Mo’Nique has spent that past month encouraging folks to boycott Netflix because of the offensive $500k the streaming service offered her for a comedy special. Now, it’s being reported that Mo owes the IRS a cool $560k.

According to AJC, the major sum comes after having a tax lien filed against her from 2013-2015.

Now, we aren’t mathematicians, but if the comedienne would just agree to Netflix’s terms, she would be well on her way to paying the IRS their coins.

The Academy Award winner made a huge fuss last month over the offer because folks like Dave Chappelle and Amy Schumer earned much more. Chappelle and Chris Rock copped a whopping $20 million each for their specials and Amy Schumer banked a cool $11M out the gate for hers.

According to the actress, her resume is loaded AND she’s the most “decorated” comedienne in the business. Therefore, she deserves more than a half million.

Sound off: Should Mo’Nique accept Netflix’s offer even though it completely goes against what she is currently standing for?

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