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Rihanna will do what she wants with Chris Brown; Tyler Perry accuses police of racial profiling

Rihanna. (Shizuo Kambayashi/AP)

Tyler Perry has accused two white Atlanta police officers of racial profiling. The director was pulled over last month for making a left turn from a right lane, which Perry claims he did to make sure no one was following him. In a note posted to his Facebook this week, Perry said that the two officers were hostile to him until a black officer arrived and recognized him. An investigation into Perry’s claims has been launched, according to police. (E!; AJC)

Kristen Wiig, Andy Samberg and Jason Sudeikis will be leaving “Saturday Night Live” at the end of this season, sources tell Us Weekly. However, a rep for “SNL” told TVLine, “No decisions have been made and won’t be until the end of the summer.” (Us Weekly; TVLine)

Owen Wilson, Ira Glass and Rob Thomas (of “Veronica Mars,” not Matchbox 20 fame) are developing a show based on a “This American Life” segment about a former drug smuggler turned copywriter whose midlife crisis leads him to search for two missing girls. The show is tentatively titled “Thrillsville.” (Variety)

Drew Barrymore and Jay-Z get photographed, after the jump.

Drew Barrymore has been photographed sporting what some people believe is a baby bump. (People)

Jay-Z also had his photo snapped coming out of a jewelry store on his fourth wedding anniversary to Beyonce. He reportedly purchased a blue diamond for his wife. You know — because his baby’s name is Blue? (Daily Mail)

A Brazilian company has obtained the rights to turn Bob Dylan’s “Blood on the Tracks” into a movie. No word on what the heck that’s going to look like. (Collider)

Aaron Sorkin’s “Newsroom” (which looks very Aaron Sorkin-y) will debut on HBO June 24, the same night “True Blood” returns. (TVLine)

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