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Kim Kardashian West and her husband Kanye West are safely ensconced in their apartment in the Tribeca section of Manhattan after Kardashian West was tied up and gagged, put into the bathtub of the reportedly luxury condo she was renting in Paris, France, during Fashion Week, by five men masquerading as police officers, and then robbed of $11.24 million in jewelry, including a $4 million diamond ring by jeweler Lorraine Schwartz that West recently gifted her with. At the time of the robbery, West was onstage at The Meadows Festival in the parking lot at Citi Field in Queens. An assistant came onstage and handed him a note as he was performing “Heartless.” He then told the audience, “Sorry. I’m sorry. Family emergency. I have to stop the show.” Sources say after the horrific event, Kardashian West is contemplating leaving reality TV and just concentrating on her children, who were in New York City at the time of the robbery.

The Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., founder of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, together with the Citizenship Education Fund, presented Jeffrey Webster with an Emerging Leader Award at the 17th annual Global Automotive Summit. Webster currently serves as the director of Diversity and Inclusion for Nissan North America, which includes Canada and Mexico. The award ceremony took place Friday, Sept. 30, at the MGM Grand Detroit Event Center. Webster was one of three recipients recognized as emergency leaders this year. “Receiving this award is most definitely an honor,” said Webster. “I am so grateful to be able to work for a company that allows me to make the impact that makes awards like this possible. I look forward to providing others with the same types of opportunities that I was given.” Webster’s primary objectives as director of Diversity and Inclusion are to continue to grow Nissan’s ethnically diverse customer base and ensure that the company includes females and minorities in

opportunities for executive positions.

This past weekend, MYX Fusions Moscato, Monami Entertainment and VH1 Networks partnered with Amber Rose and the Amber Rose Foundation for the second annual Slut Walk at Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles. Hosted by media personality Perez Hilton, the Slut Walk drew more than 6,000 attendees in support of women’s empowerment and social justice. Monami Entertainment hosted a VIP booth experience where attendees had an opportunity to chat on social media and enjoy cocktails courtesy of MYX Fusions Moscato.

Deadline Hollywood is reporting that FX is moving ahead with “Snowfall,” giving a 10-episode series order to John Singleton’s drama inspired by the early days of the crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles in the early 1980s. “Snowfall” is a one-hour drama set against the infancy of the crack cocaine epidemic. The story follows numerous characters on a violent collision course. There are rumors that Jill Scott is among the cast.

Fall 2016 is on and popping for Double XXposure, with founder/CEO Angelo Ellerbee taking the world by storm! In addition to a fresh-faced website, a new radio show, “Ask Angelo,” and a book, “Ask Angelo: An Inside Look at the Entertainment Industry from a PR Guru,” written by Ellerbee as told to Gia’na Garel, are both set to launch the second week of October.