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Welp, crisis averted?

After posting a series of tweets hinting at a possible suicide attempt earlier this week, Adrien Broner seems to be in much better spirits, now that he’s hanging with Floyd Mayweather. According to TMZ, Floyd saw Adrien’s scary messages on social media and decided to jump in and help his former foe. The buddies are now roommates, with Broner bunking in Mayweather’s Vegas home until he feels better.

The two boxers were seen riding on the strip, enjoying life and contemplating robbing a bank.

Me and @floydmayweather talking business he say we bout to Robb the bank without a mask #AboutBillions #TMT

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It’s good to see Adrien in better spirits, but we hope he’s also getting the professional help he needs. He still hasn’t spoken about the suicide messages and is acting as if nothing ever happened.


Reports: Mariah Carey Signs With Jay Z’s RocNation



We know Mariah Carey changes managers like she changes clothes, but her next move could be her best move. According to Page Six Carey is in talks with Jay Z’s Roc Nation to manage her career.

Roc Nation manages Rihanna, Shakira, J Cole and DJ Khaled to name a few.

Apparently, the pop diva is hoping Hov and his team can put her back on top now that she parted ways with former manager Stella Bulochnikov earlier this month.

Sources tell HipHollywood Carey is cleaning house, and has also fired her publicist, assistant and attorney Darrell Miller.

But one person who hasn’t gotten the boot is her back-up dancer boyfriend Bryan Tanaka. Rumors were swirling that she hired Tanaka to take over her day-to-day management, but he’s actually her creative director.

Carey just released her holiday movie Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You, and is slated to bring her Christmas concerts back to the Beacon Theater in NYC this month. She hasn’t however dropped a new album in almost four years.

Fingers crossed this new partnership with Roc Nation brings about new music, and a Mariah / Jay Z collaboration. The two did make magic back in 1999 with their #1 single “Heartbreaker.”

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