A 16-year-old Houston girl is at the center of a movement to bring awareness to rape and misogyny on social media.
The #IAmJada movement is garnering the support of big name celebrities such as actress and rocker Jada Pinkett-Smith.
Embattled LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling has sold the NBA team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for a whopping $2 billion.
Balimer outbid former NBA star Grant Hill, who offered $1 billion, and a group of wealthy business people that included Oprah Winfrey.
Destiny’s Child lead singer Kelly Rowland tried to keep her intimate wedding a closely guarded secret.
Sandrarose.com broke the news last week that Kelly and her longtime boyfriend, manager Tim Witherspoon were set to tie the knot in Costa Rica this weekend.
A Costa Rica newspaper confirmed that Kelly’s bandmates, Beyonce and Michelle Williams, were spotted going through customs on their way to join Kelly at a resort where the wedding will take place.
Magic Johnson‘s son Earvin Johnson III, who is openly gay, has inked a new deal with E! to return to the network’s reality TV series Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills next season.
Johnson, who is affectionately called EJ, had a bit role on the show that follows the lives of wealthy spawn living in Beverly Hills, including billionaire offspring Dorothy Wang and lifestyle blogger Morgan Stewart.
The Internet is abuzz with gossip that the loose woman who accused San Fancisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaeprnick of sexual assault is none other than thirsty socialite Teyana Taylor.
Rap tycoon Sean Combs, aka Puff Daddy, was locked in a bitter bidding war with ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez, for the rights to acquire Fuse TV.
Puff, who hates to lose, was outbid by J-Lo and the NuvoTV network — the media outfit that ponied up the cash for the purchase. Puff Daddy badly needed Fuse TV’s viewership to boost the ratings of his own Revolt TV. Fuse TV is seen in 74 million homes while Revolt TV is only in 22 million homes.
Malaysian military officials say the missing Malaysia Airlines plane made a U-turn about 40 minutes after taking off from Kuala Lumpur early Saturday morning. Flight MH370 suddenly vanished from civilian radar at 35,000 feet and descended about 600 feet. Military radar shows the plane flying in a westerly direction hundreds of miles off course, and at a low altitude for about an hour before the military radar lost track of it.
This is an interesting development because it means someone in the cockpit turned the transponder off. The transponder sends transmissions about the plane’s location to air traffic control radar.
Ships and planes from 10 countries are participating in the search for the plane. Officials are ruling out terrorism. Flight MH370 was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members when it disappeared.