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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 7.26.16

Rob Kardashian purged his Instagram account of all traces of his relationship with Blac Chyna yesterday and unfollowed his fiancée on the social media platform.  Kardashian also cleaned out his Instagram account, leaving only a single photo of himself.  Apparently the two were filming their reality show and had an argument leading Rob to over react.  He has now followed her again…. Phew.

Moving onto another person airing their dirty laundry out on social media, Lindsay Lohan is pleading for privacy as her relationship with Egor Tarabasov unravels.  She says “I would appreciate if these speculations regarding my personal life would respectfully come to a halt. Unfortunately, a private matter has become more public than I can control and I would be extremely grateful if my fiancé and myself could discuss our personal matters on our own. There are more important things going on in the world than our relationship. Please leave us be to solve our personal matters.”  It is unknown if she realizes she is the one who made their private life public in the first place.

A Beyonce fan had quite the freak out at her concert in France when a fellow concertgoer was playing PokemonGo right next to the stage while Beyonce was about 15 feet away.  The fan posted a video from the show and is super angry about the Pokemoner until Beyonce walks by and touches his hand.  After that he says he is never showering again and one can assume he completely forgot about his earlier anger.

Lamar Odom’s family and friends attempted to stage an intervention for the former NBA star, but the effort was derailed by a close friend who told Odom what was happening, causing him to bail.

Kylie Jenner has added to her cosmetics line.  Now you can not only have lips like the reality star, but eyes as well, as Jenner launched her Kyeshadow kits….


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