VIDEO DISCUSSION: DuVernay&rsquo;s Central Park Five to be a Netflix limited series; Blue Ivy Carter is getting a lot of attention; Blac Chyna takes Rob to Court What's The 411 Episode 113 consists of QUICK TAKES of topical news about Ava DuVernay; Chrissy Teigen, RYSE TV, Blue Ivy's Boom Shakalaka and lively discussions about Tupac and Madonna, Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian, and Japanese men who are turning to life-sized anatomically-correct dolls for companionship. QUICK TAKES: Film director Ava DuVernay is tackling another tough subject affecting African-Americans. Using the Central Park Five case, DuVernay will explore the subject of social and criminal injustice. Central Park Five, a five-part miniseries will debut on Netflix in 2019. Chrissy Teigen would like you to stop sending her photos of babies that look like John Legend. She&rsquo;s sick of it already, so just stop it! Be on the lookout for RYSE TV. What started out as a magazine is growing into a VOD streaming entertainment platform and mobile app. Based in Atlanta, RYSE, which stands for &ldquo;Recognizing the Young Successful and Empowered,&rdquo; will soon become a multimedia group, offering the magazine, TV content, and an app. Rapper and business mogul, Jay Z&rsquo;s new album, 4:44 is out and when the confessional album dropped, it had the world talking. But, when the world heard five-year-old Blue Ivy's Boom Shakalaka freestyle, let&rsquo;s just say that the little rumble you heard was the Internet breaking yet again with people signing up for #IvyLeague! Pictures of Khloe Kardashian, North West, and Tristan Thompson surfaced online and the Tristan Thompson haters did not hold back, from wondering why he&rsquo;s not with his own child to God is going to punish him, to hoping the Cleveland Cavaliers dump him. Kendall and Kylie Jenner's T-Shirt Debacle The lawsuits keep piling up for Kylie and Kendall Jenner over their T-shirts infused with pictures of themselves and iconic rappers Tupac and Biggie. First, Voletta Wallace, Biggie&rsquo;s mom, hit fast and furiously, and now according to Billboard, photographer Michael Miller is suing the sisters for copyright infringement over the use of photos he took of the late rapper Tupac Shakur. WHAT&rsquo;S POPPIN &ndash; AMERICAN CULTURE A letter that rapper/actor Tupac Shakur wrote to pop star Madonna breaking off their relationship is going up for auction July 19th through the 28th on the Gotta Have Rock and Roll website, with bids starting at $100,000. The letter shows Tupac as very sensitive, thoughtful, and well-educated. Tupac seemed to have broken off the relationship with Madonna because of what half of his fans would think of him dating a white woman. However, he was hurt by a comment in the press that she was &ldquo;off to rehabilitate all the rappers and basketball players&rdquo;. Prior to reading that comment, Tupac thought he was the first rapper Madonna dated. Q. What are your thoughts about this revelation of the Tupac letter to Madonna? WHAT&rsquo;S POPPIN &ndash; RELATIONSHIPS In more Kardashian news, it looks like Rob Kardashian has gotten himself into a whole lot of hot water. In a series of extremely graphic and expletive-ridden posts, which have since been taken down, Kardashian blasted his ex-girlfriend and mother of his only child, Blac Chyna. Chyna responded to the onslaught of messages in a since-deleted Snapchat post, alleging that Kardashian hit her. She has also lawyered up. Famed attorney Lisa Bloom is now representing Blac Chyna and it is not looking good for Rob Kardashian. In fact, Kardashian now has a temporary restraining order against him. A source close to Blac Chyna told People magazine that Chyna is the victim in this situation: &ldquo;She&rsquo;s had to have a new phone number every month and constantly has to change her number. While everyone is writing stories and thinking it&rsquo;s fun gossip, it&rsquo;s actually dangerous.&rdquo; Q. Does Rob need psychological help? Are we being sucked into the marketing machine of a new season of Rob and Chyna? WHAT&rsquo;S POPPIN &ndash; RELATIONSHIPS The NY Post had an article about a new trend in Japan. It seems that Japanese men are turning to life-sized anatomically-correct dolls for companionship because they feel that their wives are neglecting them. What happened to the notion that women are supposed to do whatever their husbands want? PHOTO OF THE WEEK Our Photo of the week is a photo of Madonna and Tupac hanging out at the club. THE 411onBOOKS INTRO Coming up next, Troy Johnson, CEO, and webmaster of AALBC.com and Ruth Morrison are giving a shout out to Go On Girl Book Club for the way it gives back to the community. And, they can help you to find a good book to read! MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Our Motivational Quote of the Week is: Success belongs to those who chase it. This is a quote from Chris Louis. Chris posted his quote in the comments section in one of our YouTube videos. So, keep posting motivational quotes and you never know where we&rsquo;ll find your quote. CARIBBEAN COOK-UP ONIKA: And now&hellip;.here&rsquo;s Ms. Kizzy with her Caribbean cook up. What&rsquo;s in the pot, gal!? KIZZY: Now, Fay Ann Lyons might have made the song famous, but this is what I call "Heavy T Bumper!" Soca artist Destra invited a man from Belize onto the stage and had him lay down. Destra dropped herself butt first onto his groin area. That did not go well, she burst the man&rsquo;s bladder and he sued Destra for medical fees, 2 months of missed work as well as pain and suffering. A Belizean judge ordered Destra to pay the man just over $55,000 TT dollars which amount to less than 10,000 USD.