Kim Kardashian and Katie Couric are not friends. The two fell out after Katie wondered out loud why the Kardashians were famous. Katie was quoted telling In Touch, “I don’t understand – why are they so famous? I think it’s mostly teenage girls that are interested.”
Earlier today, Kim posted a photo of Katie's baby gift for her and Kanye's infant, North West. Katie's card reads in part: "Dear Kim and Kanye, Congratulations on the birth of your baby girl..."
While everyone in hip hop trips over themselves to praise Kendrick Lamar's self-obsessed bragging on Big Sean's track "Control," others are laughing at him.
Kendrick Lamar Duckworth, who normally raps about swimming pools and b*tches killing his vibe, called out hip hop's biggest rhyme slayers -- such as Jay Z, Nas and Drake -- telling them to catch up to him.
In response to all the hoopla surrounding Kendrick's verse, Sean "Diddy" Combs posted a photo on his Instagram of himself and Jay Z literally laughing at him.
It's hard to keep a straight face when a One Verse Wonder calls himself "King of New York."
Everybody loves a winner, especially bandwagon jumpers. Two famous bandwagon jumpers were rebuffed by the repeat NBA World Champions Miami HEAT yesterday. Rapper Drake was turned away when he tried to gain access to the Miami Heat locker room to join the celebrations after the Heat clinched the NBA title in game 7. When his famous face didn't get him through the door, he reportedly lied and said "I'm media!"
The tense verbal exchange between President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney during Tuesday's presidential debate stirred anger in Romney's son, Tagg Romney.
The GOP challenger's son was a guest on a North Carolina radio show when he was asked how he felt the moment Obama accused his father of being a liar.
Tagg said he wanted to jump out of his seat and "rush down to the debate stage and take a swing at him.” Tagg added that the thought of being tackled and stomped by the Secret Service was the only thing holding him back.
Troubled music producer Kanye West became enraged when a member of the paparazzi got too close to him and his beard, Kim Kardashian after they dined at the Prime 112 in South Beach on Sunday. The paparazzi simply asked Kim to comment on the fact that her ex-boyfriend, Reggie Bush, got a groupie knocked up.
Kim grabbed ahold of Kanye's arm as he lashed out at the photog in an attempt to grab the pap's camera. Oh, did I mention that the paparazzi was a female?
It takes a real man to keep his head when all around him are losing theirs. Kanye West is obviously a coward!
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You gon' learn to listen to your auntie when I tell you something...
According to gossip website TMZ, American Idol winner Jennifer Hudson is calling BS on the Mariah/Nicki Minaj fake feud. I agree with J-Hud. It's funny how the media (and bloggers) run wild with every silly thing these celebrities do for attention.
A Cleveland city bus driver lost his cool and punched a teenage girl for mouthing off at him during his bus route. The driver then threw the girl off the bus. It is clear that standard procedure was not followed in this case. The bus driver now faces disciplinary action which may include termination. The assault was captured on a passenger's cell phone and posted on Worldstarhiphop.com.
I still believe the whole Nicki vs Mariah public squabble is a publicity stunt to boost TV ratings for American Idol. Even if they don't like each other, why wait until they are both signed to "American Idol" to start showing their animosity to each other in public?
At any time Mariah and Nicki could have taken their disagreements to Twitter like every other celebrity.
One noted blogger, Dr. Boyce Watkins, is concerned that -- even if this is a publicity stunt -- what kind of message are these women sending to their young fans?
"When celebrities and role models behave this way on television, it should concern us all," he writes on Yourblackword.net.
"It seems that black women fighting and trying to murder one another has become the trend of the day, and quite frankly, it’s making me sick."
How ironic is it that a gay man is featured on the cover of a magazine called Snatch? As you know, the word "snatch" is a slang term for a woman's intimate parts -- which we now know Frank wants no part of.
Ocean, 24, became something of a cause célebre among the LGBT community when he came out to his fans and the world just days before the release of his new album, Channel Orange. Many within the LGBT and music communities reached out publicly and privately to the effeminate singer to show their support.