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Watch | Kanye West says Kim Kardashian tried to have him locked up, 'Grey's Anatomy' to cover COVID-19, and Noah Centineo visits Cleveland

The "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" star spent the weekend in Northeast Ohio hanging out with family and friends
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Kim Kardashian West, left, and Kanye West attend The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the "Camp: Notes on Fashion" exhibition on Monday, May 6, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

Kanye West's late night Twitter outburst, why "Grey's Anatomy" is not shying away from the COVID-19 pandemic, and what "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" star Noah Centineo thinks about a Cleveland staple are topping Tuesday's Hollywood headlines.

West tweeted, deleted, and repeated bold claims on Monday night. 

The rapper posted his unsettling thoughts on the social media one night after his unconventional and highly-criticized "campaign rally" in Charleston, South Carolina on Sunday. 

West accused wife and mogul Kim Kardashian, as well as mother-in-law Kris Jenner, of trying to have him "locked up" for his mental state. 

The "Yeezy" designer has been open about his struggles with mental health issues in the past, including his battle with Bipolar Disorder. 

During the thread of now-deleted Tweets, West also alleged that the hit Jordan Peele horror film, "Get Out," was written about him. 

West did not delete all of the tweets, however. The rapper left up his final tweets promoting his new album, "Donda," releasing the entire tracklist for the album which launches on Friday. 

Many believe that the presidential run, as well as the recent outbursts were solely done to promote the new music, but many others are seriously concerned for his mental wellbeing, and are hoping he gets help. 

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"Grey's Anatomy" is going to be dealing with a COVID-19 sized storyline on season 17 of the hit ABC show. 

According to Executive Producer Krista Vernoff, the show will handle the current Coronavirus pandemic in a big way when they return for the upcoming season. 

Vernoff said during a recent panel "We're going to address this pandemic for sure. There's no way to be a long-running medical show and not cover the medical story of our lifetime." 

The show's sixteenth season ended early due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so she definitely has a point.

And if you are in the Northeast Ohio area and thought you saw a famous face over the weekend, you might not have been imagining it. 

"To All the Boys I've Loved Before" actor Noah Centineo was spotted hanging out around the "216" over the weekend, and even posted pictures on his Instagram account at Strongsville High School. 

Centineo posted pics with close-friend and Production Club Co-Owner, Kyle McCarthy, who confirmed to 3News that "The Fosters" actor was just in town for the weekend to hang out with "friends/"family." 

RELATED: 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' star Noah Centineo visits Strongsville High School

McCarthy, a Northeast Ohio native, said on Twitter that he also made sure to take Centineo to Swensons during his short visit, and that the actor very much enjoyed his cheeseburgers. 

McCarthy also confirmed that Centineo headed back to L.A. on Monday, so fans in Cleveland will have to catch him next time.