'RHOA' STAR DREW SIDORA SPEAKS ON ISSUES WITH SHEREE: Real Housewives of Atlanta star Drew Sidora had a lot to say about co-star Sheree Whitfield. When asked about her issues with Sheree, she said, “I don’t regret nothing (about my actions). That is my husband. What I’m not going to do is stand for anyone talking about my husband or my children or my money. And yes, I’m from Chicago and we talk with our hands. I am expressive. But that never gives you the right to disrespect my family.” When asked directly about her issues with Whitfield, Sidora said, “I feel like Sheree comes and she goes. She needs to be worrying about if she’s coming back next season. She really needs to focus on She By Sheree, because I really haven’t seen sh*t by Sheree!”

AMBER ALI CALLS OFF LAWSUIT AGAINST JOSELINE HERNANDEZ AND BALISTIC BEATS: According to The Jasmine Brand, Joseline's Cabaret star Amber Ali has dropped her lawsuit against Joseline Hernandez and her fiance Balistic Beats. As previously reported, Ali filed suit following the reunion show taping, where she claimed that Hernandez and Balistic physically assaulted her. Ali wrote via IG Stories, “Thank you to all my fans that have my back!! After deep thought, I am no longer seeking legal action against @thezeusnetwork Joseline or Ballistic for what took place at the reunion. I am putting this entire ordeal behind me. Thank you all for the support and understanding.”

BLACK LIVES MATTER CO-FOUNDER PATRISSE CULLORS ALLEGEDLY USED CHARITY FUNDS TO PAY HER BROTHER AND CHILD'S FATHER: According to The Jasmine Brand, new tax filings has revealed how Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors spent charity funds. Reports say that the Black Lives Matter Foundation paid nearly $4 milloin in consulting payments to its board secretary, co-founder Patrisse Cullors‘ brother, and the father of Cullors’ child. The former leader previously said that her sister, mother, and brother were employed with the Black Lives Matter Foundation. But new financial filings revealed Paul Cullors is paid more than dozens of other employees. According to tax documents, the co-founder’s brother, Paul Cullors, was paid $840,000 for allegedly providing security services to the nonprofit organization. It has also been revealed that the organization paid a company owned by Damon Turner–with whom Patrisse Cullors shares a child–almost $970,000 to help “produce live events” as well as other “creative services.” Patrisse told sources last week, “While my brother is the head of security, and my mom and sister did work at the property, there are also dozens of people who work in the organization that is black folks and are doing amazing work.”