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(CNN) - Caleb C. is his rap name, and golf is his game.  A 5-year-old Pennsylvania boy is gaining fans on the golf course and on the web with a new music video on YouTube.  He's the newest golfer to hit the circuit and the rap scene.  Caleb's dad said after messing around on the putting green at the house, the two started making up rap songs while practicing in the back yard. And then, the two started making a rap video called 'I Love Golf.'  The video even has people doing Caleb's golf dance.  The video has thousands of hits.

Forbes has released its list of the most powerful celebrities.  For the fifth time, Oprah Winfrey takes the top spot despite Winfrey's 88-million dollars in earnings drop.  Claiming the number two position is Lady Gaga, followed by Steven Spielberg, Beyonce Knowles, rounding out the top five is none other than the Material Girl herself, Madonna.
 
More companies are severing ties with embattled celebrity chef Paula Deen.  Walmart is the latest to end its relationship with the 66 year old Deen after she admitted in a legal deposition to using racial slurs in the past.  Deen's name is also being stripped from four restaurants owned by Ceasars.  Earlier this week the Food Network said it would not renew Paula Deen's contract and the and pork producer, Smithfield, dropped her as a spokesperson.

Get this?  PayPal says it will launch inter-planetary payments, a system for buying things in space.  It will take place today at a press conference featuring astronaut, Buzz Aldrin.  It sounds like a PR stunt, but PayPal says it's serious about getting into  space tourism. Companies like Virgin Galactic and Space X are bringing the go-to-Mars dream much closer to reality.  
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