Friend of the blog Omar “slim” White has an interesting take on the Ray Rice controversy from a black man’s perspective.
Beyonce Knowles-Carter, 33, and her aging husband Jay Z, 45, were seen visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris where Jay Z first proposed to Beyonce. The couple ended their wildly successful “On the Run” tour in Paris.
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Users of the popular social media giant Twitter.com criticized NFL officials for forcing injured quarterback Robert Griffin III to turn his religious t-shirt inside out before meeting the press.
The custom home, which is listed on the open market for $45 million, was featured on last week’s episode of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles. Will Beyonce and Jay Z make a surprise appearance on Million Dollar Listing LA this season?
Brandy Norwood‘s brother Ray J was spotted in NYC’s East Village on Monday. He wore a denim outfit which he accessorized with a custom one off bejeweled Louis Stewart backpack in black leather. Custom order yours for $5,000 at Thelouisstewartcollection.com!
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R&B Singer August Alsina passed out and fell into the crowd of stunned women during a performance at Irving Plaza in NYC Monday night. Video taken by a concertgoer shows Alsina’s legs going limp as he fell into the crowd. Word from Alsina’s camp is the lanky 22-year-old singer hadn’t eaten after smoking too much “Knockout” — a strong Grade A++ strain of medical marijuana.
Curvy actress Nia Long stopped by the Farmers market in Studio City, CA. Monday. Nia, 43, is currently filming the action comedy film Spy, starring Jude Law. Spy is scheduled for a May 2015 release.
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Minnesota Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman held a press conference today to announce the team’s decision to reactivate child abuser Adrian Peterson. Spielman stressed that the team did not condone child abuse, and that Peterson — who was arrested Friday for child abuse — should be allowed due process under the law.
But he also said: “We feel strongly as an organization that this [was] disciplining a child.”