6 Things You Need to Know This Morning

7 Things You Need to Know This Morning
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1. Rob Kardashian is going through the motions right now after revealed on Snapchat that his fiancée Blac Chyna left him and took their daughter, Dream Kardashian, with her. "Chyna knew exactly what she was doing to get me. I can't believe she did this to me," he wrote on Snapchat. "Didn't know I was just part of her plan. I really believed she was in love with me the way that I was with her and I am so hurt and never felt this before." (E! News)

2. Zsa Zsa Gabor has passed away at age 99. It has now been confirmed that the socialite died of a heart attack. Months after that incident she had to have her right leg amputated above the knee to prevent the spread of gangrene. Gabor had some notorious affairs in her life including Porfirio Rubirosa, the Dominican playboy and Rafael Trujillo Jr., the son of the Dominican dictator. (The Hollywood Reporter)

3. Beyonce is getting her fans into the Christmas spirit by showing off her Christmas tree inspired by her hit album, Lemonade. The tree was covered in lemons and lights perfect for anyone who wants to have a little slice of Beyonce in their house. (Jezebel)

4. Khloe Kardashian shared a cute PDA moment with her boo Tristan Thompson. The 32-year-old posted a photo with the basketball player and captioned it, "Him (heart emoji)." The pair was wearing matching camo outfits. (People)

5. Airzona sheriff Joe Arpaio is facing another lawsuit accusing his office of racial profiling just a month after losing his reelection. Jacinta Gonzalez Goodman filed her lawsuit against "America's toughest sheriff" and the couty claiming she was racially profiled and unconstitutionally detained. (Huffington Post)

6. Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry sat down with Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte to give him a reading that would blow his mind. The medium spoke to Lochte about his life post-Rio and it seems that he sees nothing but "great opportunities in the future involving him in television and involving opportunities," he said. (E! News)