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Sienna Miller serves up legs and cleavage in a VERY sexy LBD at Moet and Chandon event in NYC

Sienna Miller wore a stunning and sexy little black dress to Monday evening's Moet and Chandon event in New York City.The 40-year-old actress put on a leggy display in the strapless mini dress, which also had a plunging neckline.The blonde beauty bared her perky cleavage and the frock's front had a round cutout that showed her taut midriff. Outstanding! Sienna Miller wore a stunning and sexy little black dress to Monday evening's Moet and Chandon event in New York CityThe Anatomy Of A Scandal star wore her lustrous blond locks in light, sultry waves that fell over her shoulders.Her look was styled in a flattering center part that flashed her darker roots and framed her face.  The longtime entertainer looked typically beautiful in a face of complementary makeup.Miller's eyebrows were expertly shaped and she dusted pink blush along the apples of her cheeks, finishing with a matching matte lip stain.

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Vic Mensa donates $10,000 in fuel alongside weed joints to Chicago residents
Vic Mensa donated $10,000 (£8,779) in fuel and also gave away some pre-rolled weed joints to Chicago residents earlier this month.The Chicago rapper visited his Southside neighbourhood over the recent Labour Day weekend (September 3-5) to promote his new cannabis business, 93 Boyz, with plenty of freebies for unsuspecting locals.According to a press release [via HipHopDX], Mensa helped fuel approximately 200 vehicles at a local BP gas station and handed out a pocket-full of pre-rolled cannabis joints.In a video clip shared by TMZ, an emotional woman is seen telling Mensa that she showed up at a pump with $5 (£4.39) and was worried that she wouldn’t be able to buy enough fuel to get her granddaughter to work.A post shared by @vicmensaMensa founded 93 Boyz, which is Chicago’s first Black-owned cannabis business, over the summer.Cannabis has been legal in the state of Illinois since January 2020 and as part of the brand’s mission the company will continue performing acts of charity for inner city minorities.“The brand was founded by Chicago-born musician and activist Vic Mensa with a vision of lifting up the neighbourhoods around him while lifting spirits across the state. That vision paired with the heaviest, headiest gas available anywhere is what fuels 93 Boyz today,” a statement on the company website reads.Elsewhere, Mensa recently joined forced with Chance The Rapper to launch a music festival in Ghana.The Chicago rappers are set to launch The Black Star Line Festival on January 6, 2023 in Accra, Ghana’s Black Star Square.“Everything we’re doing is with the goal of uniting and building a bridge between black people of the diaspora and the globe, with the continent,” Mensa previously said.
Vic Mensa arrested at airport after officials discover drugs in his baggage following trip to Africa
Vic Mensa was arrested at Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C., after he was allegedly found carrying drugs.The 28-year-old rapper was taken into custody after arriving on a flight from Ghana, US Customs and Border Protection officials said in a statement.The agency supplied a photo that allegedly depicted the substances Mensa was found with, which included LSD and psilocybin, commonly known as 'magic mushrooms.' Airport arrest: US Customs and Border Protections officials said Vic Mensa, 28, was arrested Saturday at Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C., on felony drug possession charges; seen in August in NYCCustoms officials wrote in their statement that the rapper was found with41 grams of liquid LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) in his luggage, along with six grams of psilocybin mushrooms,124 grams of the substance in capsule form and another178 grams of the drug in prepackaged gummies.Both substances are known as psychedelic drugs, and they can cause a sense of euphoria along with visual hallucinations. Agents allegedly discovered the drugs after Mensa was taken for a secondary set of screenings.Following the discovery, he was arrested on felony narcotic possession charges.Requests for comment from Mensa's representatives by have not yet been returned.