Celebs Out & About: Vivica A. Fox, Marlon Wayans, Kevin Hart, Cristiano Ronaldo, Rita Ora, Ricky Hil
Actress Vivica A. Fox, center, attended the 2015 Femmy Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street Restaurant in New York City, NY on Tuesday, February 3.
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Atlanta megastars Tip “T.I.” Harris and his lovely wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris rang in the New Year at Plush Blue Entertainment’s New Year’s Eve party at Vibe Restaurant and Lounge in Atlanta! If you weren’t there, you missed one of the most talked about New Year’s parties in the A! Also in the house was rapper/philosopher David Banner, and a blogger you know very well.
Above: Friend of the blog Omar “Slim” White, right, posed with David Banner, left, and T.I., center.
A 17-year-old high school student who spun a wild tale about earning $72 million trading penny stocks during lunch breaks at school now admits he made the whole story up.
Outgoing Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, announced a federal investigation into possible civil rights violations by the NYPD in the death of Eric Garner. A NY grand jury on Wednesday declined to indict the police officer who put Garner, an asthmatic, in a lethal choke hold.
Vogue magazine’s editor-for-life Anna Wintour admits she put socialite Kim Kardashian and her musician hubby Kanye West on the cover because they were ‘tacky’. Wintour said the controversial cover was nothing but a publicity stunt.
Hot mama Jennifer Lopez was spotted with her son, Max Muniz, while out and about in NYC on Thursday. J-Lo, 45, was wearing a double denim ensemble that showed off her ample curves.
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The results of a private autopsy conducted on the body of Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old who was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Mo. cop on Aug. 9, shows Brown was not shot in the back as previously reported by witnesses.
The preliminary autopsy results show Brown was shot at least six times in the front — 4 times in his right arm, once in the right eye and one shot to the top of the head, according to the report obtained by The New York Times.