Talented musician Kanye West dropped a new track at midnight on New Year’s. Kanye sings — yes, sings — on the track, titled “Only One”, from the perspective of Kanye’s deceased mother, Donda West.
Reality TV personality Kendra Wilkinson was in deep denial after the story broke about her husband, Hank Baskett, creeping with a male transsexual.
“They claim that there’s proof out there that my husband cheated on me,” said Kendra Wilkinson earlier this week. “But there really is no proof.”
Pop star Britney Spears is busted — in more ways than one. Someone uploaded an audio to YouTube that showcases Britney’s raw, naked vocals without auto-tune to mask her deplorable lack of talent.
President Obama took time out of his busy Asia excursion to comment on the tidal wave of controversy surrounding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
In a phone conversation that was secretly recorded by Sterling’s girlfriend, V. Stiviano, Sterling reprimanded her for taking photos with NBA legend Magic Johnson.
“Don’t put [Magic] on an Instagram for the world to have to see so they have to call me. And don’t bring him to my games,” Sterling allegedly said in the audio.
LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling is in hot water for a racist rant that was caught on tape. In an audio obtained by gossip tabloid TMZ.com, Sterling, who dates a mixed woman, is heard telling his GF he does not want her bringing black people to his NBA games — including NBA legend Magic Johnson.
The conversation took place after Sterling’s girlfriend, V. Stiviano, posted an Instagram.com photo of herself posing with Magic Johnson (she has since deleted the photo).
After a staged fight on location at the Biltmore Hotel, Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Kenya Moore placed a 911 call to Atlanta police to report she sustained a minor head injury during a fight with co-star Porsha Williams.
Tyler Perry’s alter ego Madea mimics Iyanla Vanzant’s distinct pressured speech interview style in this audio clip promoting Tyler’s upcoming movie A Madea Christmas, which opens in theaters on Dec. 13.