Love-Dont-Live-Here-Anymore: Selita Ebanks & Terrence J Break Up + Bishop Eddie Long Sued By Church Members

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I had high hopes for these two, so I’m kinda sad that it’s reportedly a wrap for these two. Reportedly, supermodel Selita Ebanks and former “106 & Park” host Terrence J (currently of E! News) have ended their romantic relationship. The two, who have been dating since 2011.

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So what happened?

Honestly, we really don’t know, as we’ve never heard of these two having infidelity issues, however, Page Six says it’s because they’re just too freakin’ busy. Selita’s working in NYC and was spotted working on a TV pilot (no clue as to what the show is about yet). Over the weekend, Terrence (who now lives in LA) was in Houston, at the NBA All-Star weekend, while Selita celebrated her 30th birthday with a dinner party, a night of dancing, and a TV crew. We guess living on two different coasts posed too big of a challenged. Nonetheless, we wish the best for these two! P.S. Who would you like to see Terrence and Selita with next? 


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And other news, the saints are mad at Bishop Eddie Long…again. For the past few years, the leader of New Birth Missionary Church has had a difficult time in the public eye. And now, we’ve learned that some church members are taking him to court. Literally. Why? They claim an assistant of Long’s had been warned that an individual brought to New Birth soliciting investments was running his business with a $3 million deficit. Black Enterprise reports that the suit states that if Long had not described Ephren W. Taylor as his “friend,” they would have never invested — and then lost. What was the end result? They lost nearly $1 million. The church released the following statement:

“We remain hopeful that Ephren Taylor and companies related to him restore the funds that were taken from congregants at New Birth and churches around the county. We continue to cooperate as the case proceeds.”

What do you think? Should the church or the Bishop be responsible for ‘misleading’ members into an investment? Or is it their own responsibility to be educated about their finances?