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Entertainment: Jim Carrey Lawsuit, Kevin Hart New Single & Mariah Carey in Hawaii

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Actor Jim Carrey is being sued over the death of his former girlfirend.  A wrongful death lawsuit was filed by the estranged husband of Carrey's ex-girlfriend, Cathriona White.  The suit accuses the actor of providing her the prescription opioid, oxycodone, that led to her overdose.  Carrey says the suit is a heartless attempt to exploit him and he vowed to fight the case.

Actor Kevin Hart is serious about his music career.  He just dropped his first single...it's a rap song with T.I. and Migos....and Kevin can be heard talking on the track.  The actor's rap alter ego is known as Chocolate Droppa....on the single called "Baller Alert."  In August Hart reportedly signed to Motown.  "Baller Alert" is the first tune off the planned album "What Now? (The Mixtape)" which is scheduled for release on October 14.  The musical project is timed to coincide  his new comedy tour film also titled "What Now?"
This is in addition to Kevin Hart being in Hawaii right now; he's starring in the remake alongside Dwayne The Rock Johnson and Jack Black...
Hart posted a picture to Instagram where the caption read: "Day 1 of shooting "Jumanji" is officially in the can. We had a amazing first day. The chemistry & energy of our cast & crew was beyond amazing!!!! This movie is going to be dope as hell....Can't wait to get back to work tomorrow."  The movie is due out next summer.

    Mariah Carey is coming back to Hawaii!  She'll be performing at the Neal S. Blaisdell Arena on Friday, November 25th for one night only.  Tickets go on sale for Kamaaina and military on Saturday, September 24th at 9 a.m.  We're told that we're getting access, before anyone else.  You can buy up to eight tickets each. Tickets go on sale for everyyone else October 1st.  This will be Mariah's first performance here in almost 20 years.  The last concert was February, 1998... at a sold-out Aloha Stadium.  The "Sweet Sweet Fantasy" tour comes on the heels of her Las Vegas residency. 

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