Rihanna is famous for her selfie’s, but recently the R&B diva suffered a selfie mishap, when she dropped L.A. Police Commission President Steve Soboroff.   Find out what happened next.

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According to the Los Angeles Times,   it all started last week during a Los Angeles Clippers game.  Sitting next to L.A. Police Commission President Steve Soboroff, Rihanna decided to take a selfie of the two with his cell phone.

While posing for the pic, the singer dropped Soboroff’s phone, which cracked the screen.  Somebody else snapped a picture of the pair and the image has since gone viral.  Shortly afterward Rihanna went on Twitter to apologize for the mishap saying, “Sorry I broke your phone.”

Reportedly Soboroff wanted to take the photo hoping it would help boost morale after the LAPD lost five officers within the last two months.  In spite of the phone being broken, the veteran officer came up with a plan to it auction off with the Rihanna selfie included.  Ironically, last Sunday Soboroff bumped into Rihanna again at the Clippers game and explained what he his idea to sell the phone on eBay.

Find out what Rihanna did and learn how much the bids are for phone now.  The scoop is below inside Tha Wire.

Finally, though Michael Jackson is gone his musical legacy continues to live on. The video for his new single ‘Love Never Felt So Good,’ featuring Justin Timberlake is now out and was wonderfully done by Rich.  The clip is a reminder of how great Michael really was and includes footage of MJs influential videos, i ‘Beat It,’ ‘Smooth Criminal,’ ‘Bad,’ ‘Remember the Time’ and others all spliced together with Justin Timberlake and his friends singing the uplifting lyrics from ‘Love Never Felt So Good.’  Here's a look at the video, let us know what you think.

There’s also scenes of young dancers mimicking Michaels famous moves from the moonwalk, to his foot stomps, right on down to the glowing sidewalk in ‘Billie Jean’ dance scene.  Look for Tha Wire post to check it out and pick up the new Michael Jackson, Xscape, now in stores.

In quick news, The Daily Beast reports a former child star by the name of Safechuck who appeared alongside Michael Jackson in a 1987 Pepsi commercial is now accusing the late superstar of sexually molesting him.  Believe it or not, Safechuck is a new claimant in the ongoing Wade Robson-Michael Jackson molestation trial, which has been going on for over a year now.

For more details about this case and listen to Tha Wire now.