Power couple Kanye West and Kim Kardashian squashed rumors that their marriage was over (how do these rumors get started?) The fashionable couple was spotted holding hands as they arrived at a party in Ibiza, Spain, over the weekend.
The Internet is buzzing about R&B singer Beyonce teaming up with rapper Nicki Minaj for a remix of Bey’s “Flawless” single. On the track Nicki announces she’s “the queen of rap slaying with Queen Bey.” But Beyonce surprised everyone when she referenced the now infamous elevator beatdown of her aging husband, Jay Z, by her sister Solange: “Of course sometimes sh*t go down when it’s a billion dollars on the elevator,” said Bey.
What is Beyonce’s point? Is she saying an obscene amount of money made her sister mentally unstable?
Beyonce is the master at running a tight ship and preventing leaks. But the singer’s lead dancer, Ashley Everett, broke the code of silence by speaking out about Bey and Jay Z’s impending divorce.
NBA star Paul George, 24, fractured his lower right leg during a USA Basketball scrimmage in Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 1.
The injury occurred at the end of a fast break when George landed awkwardly and his leg collided into the basket stanchion.
George’s gruesome injury is similar to the shearing leg fracture suffered by Louisville Cardinals’ Kevin Ware during the 2013 NCAA basketball Tournament. The only difference being George’s fractured bone did not protrude through his skin.
Hollywood’s favorite bi-coastal couple, Michael Strahan and Nicole Murphy, have called it quits after a 5-year engagement.
Murphy’s rep broke the news to People magazine.
Rapper Future Hendrix is fortunate he sired most of his children in Georgia where child support judges are more lenient on deadbeat dads.
A judge ruled Future must pay $2,800 a month in child support for his oldest child, an 11-year-old son. According to gossip tabloid TMZ, that’s an increase from the $1,200 a month he was paying to baby mama Jessica Smith.
CNN’s chief medical reporter Dr. Sanjay Gupta interrogated the director of the CDC for bringing two American health care workers who have been infected with Ebola to Emory Hospital in Atlanta.
Dr. Gupta asked CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden if it was medically reasonable to evacuate the health care workers from Liberia to the U.S., especially in light of the anthrax lab accidents at the CDC last month.
“You’re knowingly bringing Ebola into the United States — a virus that has not been here,” said Dr. Gupta.
Pseudo singer Rihanna was mobbed by overzealous fans after she arrived at Da Silvano Restaurant in NYC last night. Rihanna looked exhausted after partying wildly the night before with friends.
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