Today in Tha Wire in the season premiere of Iyanla Fix My Life, Karrueche Tran opens talks her relationship with Chris Brown and Marvin Gaye's family goes after T.I.

Karrueche Tran - photo by Cindy Ord via Getty Images
Karrueche Tran - photo by Cindy Ord via Getty Images

For the past five years or so, 25-year old R&B singer Chris Brown and 26-year old model Karrueche Tran have had a very public and turbulent relationship.  After several break-up and make-ups, it appears Chris fathering a love child with another woman was the straw that broke the camels back.

After Breezy's baby news went public, it looked as if Tran was gonna ride or die.  But apparently after giving the situation further thought, she decided cut him loose.  According to TheBoomBox, she broke up with the singer via Twitter March 4 and said, “Listen. One can only take so much. The best of luck to Chris and his family. No baby drama for me.”

Now Karrueche Tran is looking to get her life in order and truly move on.  So, she's seeking a little help from life/relationship coach Iyanla Vanzant.  In a preview for OWN’s Iyanla Fix My Life, the model opens up about her relationship with Chris Brown.

Check out a 30-second clip below of the upcoming premiere.

Vanzant touches some nerves and asks Karrueche Tran some tough questions in the new season of Iyanla Fix My Life airing Saturday March 28 at 7 p.m. CT on OWN.

In more news, Marvin Gaye‘s family scored a $7.4 million verdict in copyright infringement lawsuit against Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke, now their going after T.I. and the label.

According to TheBoomBox the iconic soul legends estate filed additional motions on Tuesday (Mar. 17) asking a judge to amend the jury’s verdict to include penalties for all parties involved including T.I. and the record labels connected to the hit song “Blurred Lines.”

At the end of the day, the Gaye Estate is setting a standard: Which is, if the artists are going to be punished, all entities who assisted in the production, promotion and sale of sampled/copyrighted music, should also be punished.

The Gaye family says in no way are they trying to halt play of "Blurred Lines".  They wanna work out an agreement so that Marvin Gaye will be not only credited, but share the copyright and benefit from future royalties from the song.

In another infringement suit. NY Daily News reports, New Jack producer/singer/songwriter Teddy Riley is suing his former groupmate, Chauncey Hannibal to retain all rights to the Blackstreet name.

Learn more about that below inside Tha Wire, plus get further details on the Marvin Gaye suit against T.I. and find out what celebs are celebrating birthday's.

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