Beyonce

Beyonce sent her loony Stans into a frenzy yesterday when she released a short video announcing something was going to happen at 9 a.m. eastern time today. Well, it’s way past nine. We know that Beyonce can’t read or write, but maybe she can’t tell time either?

Update: Beyonce premiered a snippet of a song, “Grown Woman”, in a new commercial.

In the one-minute video, Beyonce says, “Embrace your past, but live for now.” :yawn:

Watch the video after the break.

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NeYo and Chris Bosh

Last night, Miami Heat star Chris Bosh continued his 29th birthday celebration in Miami. Other notables in the house included Miami Heat superstar guard Dwyane Wade, R&B powerhouse Ne-Yo, comedians DeeRay Davis and Gary Owens; DJ Irie, A&R Exec Shawn “Tubby” Holiday, and more!
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Missiles stand ready

America is at war with North Korea. You kids may not realize this because the liberal media is largely controlled by the White House.

North Korea’s boy dictator, Kim Jong-Un, has been threatening Nuclear war strikes against the U.S. for months now. ABC News reports that the Pentagon is finally taking action.

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Keyshia Cole Blackballed by Beyonce

The last person who dissed the almighty Beyonce was singer/songwriter Keri Hilson. Soon afterwards, Hilson’s career sank like the Titanic. Hilson found herself blackballed throughout the industry when music producers loyal to Beyonce refused to work with her.

Now it appears that R&B Diva Keyshia Cole will meet the same fate as Hilson.

Update: Keyshia responds:

Keyshia Cole Blackballed by Beyonce

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Chris Brown and Karrueche

Don’t call Chris Brown a playa (at least not to his face). The troubled R&B star is juggling 2 women in his life — his main squeeze Karrueche Tran and Rihanna, whom he needs to keep his career afloat. It isn’t very difficult to tell which woman he’s really in love with (it ain’t Rihanna).

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Lauren London and Regina King

Actress Regina King gave Lauren London acting tips at the BET Networks’ 2013 Los Angeles Upfront at Montage Beverly Hills on Tuesday, April 2. King recently broke up with longtime boyfriend Malcolm Jamal Warner, who played young Theo on TV’s Cosby Show. London made her debut as a new cast member on BET’s The Game. She replaced actress Tia Mowry who played Dr. Melanie Davis. Mowry left the show after amid salary negotiations.
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  • Mike Rice

    Welp, that didn’t take long.

    Rutgers University has fired men’s basketball coach Mike Rice less than 24 hours after ESPN’s Outside the Lines aired shocking video footage of Rice verbally and physically abusing his players.

    The video footage shows an unhinged Rice physically attacking his players and throwing basketballs at their heads during practice.

    The video sparked anger and outrage on Wednesday. NBA star LeBron James vented his anger on Twitter.com Tuesday, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was “deeply disturbed” by the video.

    LeBron reacts to Rutgers video

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    Beverly Hall

    The arrest (and eventual conviction) of 35 educators continues a shameful legacy in the Atlanta Public School System cheating scandal.

    The Atlanta Journal-Consitution reports that 35 teachers, testing coordinators and school administrators were given until midnight Tuesday to turn themselves in after being indicted in one of the biggest school cheating scandals in modern history. Only four of the 35 educators had not turned themselves in by the deadline.

    The biggest fish — former Atlanta school superintendent Beverly Hall — turned herself in at the Fulton County jail just after 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. She was surrounded by her counsel who whisked her past the mob of shouting reporters. Hall, 66, wore her Sunday finest, adorned with pearl necklace and matching earrings. She was fingerprinted and sat for a classy mugshot before posting a $200,000 bond. Her bond was originally set at $7.5 million. “I don’t think there was really any serious entertainment of that,” her attorney, David J. Bailey, told the AJC.

    After the break is a roll call of some of the former educators who took the walk of shame into the Fulton County jail yesterday.

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