“It was a mutual decision,” says a rep for Brandy. “They’re both taking a step back regarding their relationship. They’re definitely friends and will continue to be friends. There’s nothing malicious or negative about [their split].”
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 29, arrived at the Hollywood nightclub Tru just after midnight with a large group of friends Monday night that included her best friend Malika Haqq and rapper The Game (real name: Jayceon Terrell Taylor).
The Game made headlines this week when he, along with Drake, donated $20,000 to Anna Angel, an Ohio woman who lost her five children and boyfriend in a horrific fire.
But the rapper from Compton, Calif., isn’t stopping there. The Game, 33, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, plans on channeling $1 million of his own money into the Robin Hood Project, with the goal of giving money to people around the world.
Entourage star and budding director Kevin Connolly has signed on to direct a music video for The Game and Ne-Yo, he reveals exclusively to PEOPLE.
“I got hired on Wednesday and we’re shooting on Tuesday. I’ve been scrambling around all weekend!” Connolly says, laughing about the pace of the video-making industry. “It’s fun because the turnaround is quick. You shoot it, you edit that week, and a week later Game will have his video. It’s amazing.”
ENDED: His voice slightly hoarse, Dan Rather, 73, was all business for the first 20 minutes of Wednesday’s broadcast – his final appearance after 24 years – on CBS Evening News. Then he recalled what he called the most important story of his career – the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He opened the news that evening by saying, “You will remember this day as long as you live.” He thanked viewers at the end of Wednesday’s newscast, then mentioned Sept.