Gossip Cop reports,

Quintavious Johnson sang an INCREDIBLE rendition of the national anthem before the Chicago Bears-Detroit Lions NFL game on Thanksgiving. The 12-year-old “America’s Got Talent” sensation flawlessly belted out the “Star-Spangled Banner” to an appreciative crowd at Ford Field. Check out the video below!

Viewers of “America’s Got Talent” know what an insanely gifted performer Johnson is. He received two standing ovations during the show’s season finale in September. Mel B called him a “joy to watch,” adding, “You’re only 12 and you sing with that much emotion and passion.

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Beyonce posted an Instagram pic of her daughter Blue Ivy admiring their huge Christmas tree laced with over sized ornaments. That tree is massive…it looks like is should be in the White House!!

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Rap Up reports,

In the wake of the protests in Ferguson, Tink uses her voice to take a stand on the chilling track “Tell the Children.” Over the Timbaland production, the 19-year-old Chicago rapper-singer fires a warning (“Tell the children to watch out / Keep running”).

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Sandra Rose reports,

Tamir was shot by a police officer who responded to a call about a boy pointing a gun at a playground.

The man who called 911 told the dispatcher that the gun was “probably fake” and the boy was scaring everyone. But the dispatcher did not pass that information on to responding officers.

The grainy surveillance video shows Tamir sitting at a picnic table at Cudell Recreation Center. The boy stood up and took a few steps toward a snow covered grassy area.

A moment later, a police cruiser pulled up in front of Tamir. An officer exiting from the passenger side of the patrol unit immediately opened fire on Tamir — shooting the boy once in the abdomen.

The video showed Tamir reaching into his pocket or waist band as the police cruiser pulled up. It isn’t clear if Tamir was raising his jacket to show the officers that the gun was fake.

What is clear is that the officers did not give the child a chance to raise his hands or react to their orders before he was shot.

The shooting raised questions about the police handling of the case. Tamir’s father, Gregory Henderson, questioned why police chose to open fire instead of using a stun gun.

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