Halle Berry was spotted taking her little ones Nahla Aubry, 9, and Maceo Martinez, 4, shopping ahead of Thanksgiving at Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills on Tuesday.
Monthly Archives: November 2017
Celebrities, models and European Aristocrats including models-of-the-moment Adwoa Aboah, left, and Chicago native Jazzelle Zanaughtti, right, attended the Louis Vuitton x Vogue ‘Gingernutz’ Fashion Event in London, England on Tuesday.
Singer Ashanti was spotted enjoying a beautiful sunny day in Hawaii on Tuesday. The 37-year-old singer is on a working vacay with rapper Ja Rule with whom she enjoyed #1 chart success with the single “Always On Time” in 2001.
In 2004, then-16-year-old Cyntoia Brown ran away from home to be with the love of her life — a 24-year-old pimp called “Cut-throat”.
According to court records, Cut-throat physically and sexually abused the teenager.
This 1980s singer made the ladies swoon and drop their panties when he performed in concerts. The Boston native helped popularize the New Jack Swing genre with his smooth ballads.
Can you guess who he is?
Television journalist Angela Rye has been targeted with death threats, according to court documents she filed recently.
Rye, who works as a political analyst for CNN, detailed the threats from an obsessed fan in court papers obtained by WENN.com.
Unwed mother Eva Marcille is expecting a baby boy with her boyfriend Mike Sterling, who ran an unsuccessful campaign for mayor of Atlanta. People.com broke the baby news on Tuesday and Marcille posted a link to the report on her Instagram account.
Evelyn Braxton‘s promotional tour made a stop in Atlanta where she appeared on the daytime talk show “Sister Circle” to promote season 5 of her daughter Tamar Braxton‘s reality TV show, Tamar & Vince, which premiered on Nov. 9.
An off-duty police officer is seen on a convenience store video shooting dead two would be robbers while holding his infant son. Sergeant Rafael Souza’s wife was with him in the pharmacy in Brazil when the robbery attempt went down.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania teachers have had enough of violent altercations with students in grades K-12. The Harrisburg Education Association says at least 45 teachers have resigned since July and October. More teachers have resigned after October, according to Association President Jody Barksdale.