In every relationship, one person wields more power over the other. The one who wields more power is usually the one who is least pressed about being in a relationship. This is the case with troubled singer Chris Brown and his ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, who he turned into a talentless star.
Monthly Archives: June 2015
It took 10 years, but it finally happened: millions of Beyonce fans woke up to see Beyonce for the self-centered narcissist that she is.
Hip hop impresario Kanye West celebrates his 38th birthday today. Other notables who share Kanye’s birthday are actress Maria Menounos, 38; and the still sexy actress Sonia Braga, who turned 65 today.
See who else shares your birthday after the break.
A sad video of a little boy valiantly protecting his mom who is fighting with another woman inside Walmart, is making its rounds on the Internet.
The video, which is in 2 parts, doesn’t show how the fight started between the two women (you hear arguing in the background). Part 2 shows the two women scrapping on the floor of the Beech Grove Walmart. The boy’s mother is the woman on top (in black).
The death knell has sounded for narcissist Brian Williams, the former NBC anchor whose grandiose lies may cost him his anchor job.
Sources tell the NY Post’s Page Six that NBC’s rather lengthy investigation into Williams’ lies about his experience during the Iraq war is nearing completion.
Bajan singer Robyn Rihanna Fenty celebrated her niece, Majesty‘s 1st birthday with an elaborate Flintstones themed birthday party.
Proud mother Jennifer Lopez stepped out with her twins Max and Emme on the Upper West Side neighborhood of NYC on Sunday. Mom and twins attended a street fair where the kids got their faces painted.
Photos: J. Webber/Splash News
Golden State Warriors’ fans stood in stunned silence as LeBron James and Matthew Dellavedova led the Cleveland Cavaliers to an overtime win over the hapless GSW in game 2 of the NBA Playoffs on Sunday.
Game 3 is in Cleveland on Tuesday.
Beyonce had the Internet buzzing in anticipation of her “big announcement” this weekend. Many of her delusional Stans thought she was pregnant (ha ha) or that she was announcing her intention to run for president.
What a big letdown it must have been for them when they found out Beyonce was just promoting her vegan diet book and delivery service.
The Brittney Griner/Glory Johnson annulment fiasco is still dominating sports headlines.
As you know, both WNBA players got “married” last month — just weeks after they were arrested for domestic violence.
Then last week, Johnson announced her pregnancy on Instagram. The next day, Griner filed for an annulment. Sources say she has finally come to her senses after first being rushed into purchasing a house with Johnson, then getting rushed into a marriage she did not want.
Now insiders are saying another WNBA player is headed for the same fate as Griner.
Rapper Meek Mill brought his girlfriend, ropper Nicki Minaj, onstage at the Summer Jam concert series at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ Sunday night.
Once again, a racist incident involving white cops and unarmed black youths has divided the country along color lines.
The incident involves an end-of-school pool party held in a McKinney, Texas gated community, that dissolved into chaos when several fights broke out between white residents who objected to black youths swimming in their community pool.
Less than 24 hours after Glory Johnson announced her pregnancy on Instagram.com, her “wife”, WNBA star Brittney Griner has filed for an annulment.
ESPN reports that Griner filed papers today to dissolve her less than 1-month-old “marriage” to Johnson.
Bruce Jenner’s six kids are struggling to accept his radical transformation from a closeted cross-dresser to a public one.
According to People magazine, Jenner allows his kids to call him “dad” to make it easier for them to adjust to his transition.
Actor Omari Hardwick, 2nd from left, attended the season premiere screening of his TV series Power at Atlantic Station in Atlanta on Thursday. Also attending the screening were local notables Tichina Arnold, far left, Monyetta Shaw, and others. Power stars Hardwick as James “Ghost” St. Patrick, a nightclub owner who doubles as a drug Lord.
Photos by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net