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Posted: August 07, 2018

Tony Parker, Beyonce, P!nk

By Lee Jenny and @JennyLeeRadio

Tony Parker wrote a "Goodbye" letter to San Antonio and it's incredibly moving (fighting. back. tears. moving.). In it, he thanks Coach Pop for "Giving [him] a second chance to make a first impression." He goes on to attribute the "Spurs" culture to Tim Duncan, calling him "the greatest player" and "the greatest teammate." He also thanked S.A.:

Thank you to Spurs fans, everywhere, for always showing up, always being loud, and always, always having my back. And thank you to the city of San Antonio, for being the only thing that I could ever possibly call it now: home.  READ THE FULL LETTER HERE

Beyonce just revealed that she had an emergency c-section with her twins.  

“I was 218 pounds the day I gave birth...I was swollen from toxemia and had been on bed rest for over a month... My health and my babies’ health were in danger, so I had an emergency C-section.” People 

It has been a tough tour for P!nk. She was admitted to a hospital in Australia and treated for dehydration. She was later released. Then, she was RE-admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with a gastric virus. The news was announced just hours before her sold out show, which she had to postpone. Last week, P!nk had to postpone because of a respiratory illness. Feel better P!nk! People  

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Jennifer Garner took her 12 year old daughter on a kayak tour in in Sweden, and they got lost... and had to be rescued. Luckily everyone is okay! Jennifer posted: 

"Did I get us lost in a kayak? Yes. Did we paddle as hard as we could for 100 hours and end up in a shipping lane? I’m afraid so... Did we have to be rescued? Yup"

Rachel Ray is being sued for $5 million over her dog food brand, which may contain a chemical used for weed-killing. Apparently, the food contains something called, glyphosate - a chemical that has been marketed under the name Roundup. The plaintiff claims there are studies linking this chemical to pet cancers. The Blast 

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