Actor Columbus Short is said to be on the run from the law. The 31-year-old former ‘Scandal’ star has a warrant out for his arrest for allegedly sucker punching a man in a L.A. bar in March. Short decided it was not in his best interests to turn himself in. So he went on the lam.
Miami-Dade police have concluded there is insufficient evidence to charge NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick with rape.
According to a memo obtained by The NY Post, Kaepernick’s female accuser ranted and raved hysterically about the devil the night police responded to a 911 call at a Miami hotel.
Reality TV star Stevie J was rudely awakened this morning by cops who arrested him for failing to pay over $1 million in child support.
According to a source (not TMZ), the cops stormed the Atlanta home of Johnny Cabell — Stevie’s manager — searching for Stevie who thought Cabell’s home would make a good hiding place.
Rapper Mos Def is Banned from Entering the U.S. – But Didn’t Beyonce and Jay Z Fly to Communist Cuba?
Yaslin Bey, the rapper formerly known as Mos Def has canceled his upcoming North American tour after was barred from re-entering the United States from South Africa, where he moved after renouncing his U.S. citizenship.
According to Miss Info, the Brooklyn-born MC was scheduled to kick off his tour with a show in Boston last week, but immigration officials prevented him from boarding his flight in South Africa.
The United States is reportedly barring the rapper due to his political views which were highly critical of the Obama administration.
Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, Hot 107.9′s DJ Beestroh returns to the radio airwaves on Saturday for the first time after Hot 107.9 suspended him without pay.
Beestroh will be on the air from 2-6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays starting this weekend. The 34-year-old DJ was suspended by corporate bigwigs in Washington D.C. after his arrest following a shootout outside Velvet Room nightclub last month.
Chris Brown’s misdemeanor assault trial in D.C. has been delayed again, Hiphopenquirer.com reports.
Brown¹s trial was delayed until June 25th because his bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, invoked his 5th amendment right against self-incrimination and refused to testify on Brown’s behalf until he is sentenced that same day.
Chris Brown‘s bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, is guilty of assaulting a Maryland man, a D.C. judge ruled today.
Judge Patricia Wynn ruled that Hollosy was not justified in punching Parker Adams, 20, and breaking his nose. Wynn delayed giving her decision on Hollosy’s case until today so Hollosy could testify in Brown’s trial.
Judge Wynn will preside over Brown’s hearing on the same assault charges today in D.C. Superior Court.