Aaron Hernandez

Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez may have been involved in a double murder last Summer, the Boston Globe reports. Hernandez, 23, is being held without bond on first degree murder and weapons charges in the death of his friend Odin Lloyd, 27. Hernandez pleaded not guilty to the charges on Wednesday.

According to a report in the Boston Globe, Hernandez was involved in a fist fight at a Boston nightclub that ended in the shooting deaths of two men. Two law enforcement sources tell The Globe that Lloyd was executed because he had information about Hernandez’s involvement in the shootings.

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Paula Deen dropped by Target Wal-Mart

When it rains it pours. Embattled TV chef Paula Deen has been dropped by Target and Novo Nordisk following her admission that she uttered racial slurs in the past. The Food Network declined to renew Deen’s contract on Friday. And on Wednesday, Wal-Mart announced it was dropping Deen as a sponsor. Deen’s other sponsors, online shopping giant QVC and Smithfrield Foods are awaiting the outcome of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Deen’s brother, Bubba Hiers.

Deen, 66, could lose $17 million in endorsement revenue as a result of the controversy.

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Chris Brown and Olga Gure-Kovalenko

The Russian tourist who accused troubled singer Chris Brown of a hit-and-run says Brown looked scary and his tattoo’s intimidated her.

Olga Gure-Kovalenko told gossip website TMZ.com that her “blood pressure shot through the roof,” the day her car bumper was tapped by Brown’s Range Rover in May.

She said she didn’t recognize the singer who is a household name in the states. “I was so afraid because he looked scary for me because it was a big car, he had a lot of tattoos, and I didn’t know he was a celebrity. For me he looked kind of scary,” she said.

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Nas

Aging rapper Nas was seen walking talking on his cell phone while strolling the streets of NYC on Wednesday. Rapper J. Cole’s recounted how he acted like a groupie the moment he played his Born Sinner track “Let Nas Down” for the god MC. The encounter took place at a Houston airport at 6:30 a.m. “My homeboy’s like can I hear that song you just did?” Cole recalls. After letting his friend hear “Let Nas Down” they spotted Nas, 39. “He’s handing me the laptop back and he says ‘Yo is that Nas right there?’ I never run into this dude, I had only met him like one other time” said Cole. “I ran on the plane. He was in the seat directly behind me” Cole then played him the song, “He went nuts!”
Photo: Blayze / Splash News

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Pierrera Mullins

A loyal reader writes:

Good morning Auntie. I pray everything is going good for you. These are photos of my niece. Her name is Pierrera Mullins and she is trying to get her modeling career started. She currently attends Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida. Please consider her for your “Morning Glory” post.

Be blessed!

Ladies, submit your photos: If you think you have what it takes to be considered for a Morning Glory post, email your best studio quality photos and bikini shots to sandra @ sandrarose.com (remove spaces).

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2 Chainz driver's license

Rapper 2 Chainz isn’t a part of the geriatric club of aging rappers after all. At 35, 2 Chainz is at least a decade younger than his elders Jay Z, Dr. Dre and Nas, who will soon be card-carrying AARP members. The same gang bangers who robbed 2 Chainz at gunpoint during a brazen daylight heist in San Francisco, tweeted a photo of his driver’s license and his VISA debit card as proof.

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Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was formally charged with first degree murder in the death of a friend on Wednesday, hours after he was taken from his North Attleborough mansion in handcuffs.

Also on Wednesday, Connecticut police detained Carlos A. Ortiz near Bristol, CT on a fugitive from justice warrant.

Ortiz, 23, is believed to be one of two men who was with Hernandez the night semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd was shot to death in an industrial park about a mile from Hernandez’s home. Ortiz is being held on $1.5 million bond. His charges have not been released.

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fanMAIL

Former reader Stanley McNeal writes:

Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
From: Stanley McNeal (tonynky@gmail.com)
To: Sandra Rose
Subject: Your Anti-gay messages

I hate to see a person that’s apart of the Gay community using their platform to discredit the hardworking Americans that’s currently fighting for equal rights in this country by labeling it the “gay agenda”. How big is the paycheck you receiving from Anti-gay groups? I hope their check makes you sleep at night. I lived long enough to know, that all the negative things you do in life will always come back on you, Karma will hit you so hard you won’t even see it coming.

I use to be fan of your blog, But I made the decision to not visit your website anymore. You seriously have an issue with the gay community, and you need to diagnose this problem within yourself just like you diagnose the “issues” of the celebrities you frequently write about. Are you prefect? or are you a narcissist too?

Peace Out Sandra…

SR responds: Good riddance, Stanley.
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And loyal reader Chakita writes:

Good Afternoon/Evening/Morning Ms. Rose,

I enjoy your website immensely and enjoy reading it (and the comments from your readers, lol). As a Floridian, I appreciate the support and attention you have brought to the Trayvon Martin case. But, I really don’t want anyone to forget about Jordan Davis, the young man who was senselessly murdered at a Jacksonville gas station because his music was “threatening”. Along with Kendrick Johnson, who was found rolled up in a mat in his high school gym in Valdosta but, his death has been ruled as “accidental” (btw,you can Google his death picture but, be warned, it is gruesome).

Please encourage your readers especially those in Florida and Georgia to continue the fight for justice for Trayvon Martin, but please don’t forget Jordan Davis and Kendrick Johnson.

Thank you.

Barack Obama DOMA

President Obama praised today’s Supreme Court’s decision to strike down certain provisions in the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The court also overturned Prop 8 allowing gays to marry in California.

In its decision, the court cleared the way for states that allow gay marriage to pay federal benefits to married gay couples. But 36 states still ban gay marriage and those states will not be affected by today’s supreme court ruling.

In a statement following the court’s ruling, Obama said he would not force religious institutions to hold gay weddings.

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