After Ray J’s wife accused him of leaving her “stranded” in Las Vegas while eight months pregnant, she’s now keeping an eye on him while he’s in quarantine. Tiffany Haddish and Common’s romance is real but there seems to be something off about their “virtual” dates. And DJ Khaled had to shut down a twerker gone wild during his Instagram Live feed.
Here’s a closer look at today’s stories:
Ray J(ust) follow the rules
Remember last year’s infamous debacle in which Ray J’s wife accused him of leaving her “stranded” in Las Vegas while eight months pregnant? Well, she’s now keeping a close watch on him — even while he’s in quarantine by himself
Ray J told Page Six that he’s in quarantine 10 minutes away from his LA home in a luxury hotel. This is all to make sure he’s virus-free before joining Love and their kids at home. And Love is keeping an eye on his Instagram to making sure he’s isolating properly, according to Ray J.
He tells us he has to start his 7-day quarantine over again if he hangs out with anyone.
“I’m lonely right now. I don’t want to quarantine by myself. I keep telling Princess, but she says, ‘If I see one person over there with you, you got to start over,’ ” he says. “So I really have to lock myself in, because I really miss my kids.”
In November, Princess Love accused the singer of ditching her and their daughter in a Sin City hotel after they attended the BET Awards, though they later reconciled. They share daughter Melody Love, 2, and 5-month-old son Epik.
It seems that Common and Tiffany Haddish have signed a — no doubt lucrative — endorsement deal with dating site Bumble, and the new couple has been promoting the dating app’s remote video dating feature during the lockdown. Except for one issue – they are together.
“While we are at home a lot of times alone, alone doesn’t mean lonely,” the rapper told Men’s Health while plugging the app. Last week Bumble even let fans watch the couple’s supposed “first virtual date” on its Instagram account.
“We can’t be in the same place right now,” Common says in the clip, “It’s good to see you.”
Haddish and Common are clearly living together under the same roof for at least four weeks.
Twerkers gone wild
DJ Khaled’s loyal husband status was tested recently on his Instagram Live when he invited one woman for a one-on-one chat — but she wanted to do more than talk.
“Oh s - - t, no no don’t do that,” Khaled — whose real name is Khaled Mohamed Khaled — says to the scantily clad fan as she begins twerking on camera and telling him she “has to get the water.”
“I got love and everything I’m saying like, I got a family and everything … talk to me normal, talk to me normal, don’t do that,” Khaled, 44, pleaded, covered his eyes as the woman pours water onto her butt.
“I can’t, I can’t, I can’t,” he said repeatedly.
Khaled then posted a recording of the clip to Instagram with a caption to his fans begging them to be “respectful,” of his non-single status.
“I have love for everyone please take it easy when I’m on fan luv ig luv. Again I have love for everyone please lets be respectful nothing but love BLESS UP!” Khaled wrote on the post, which has racked up over 4.3 million views since being posted Sunday night.
The “Wild Thoughts,” artist and wife Nicole Tuck, 44, are longtime partners, and welcomed their second child in January.