A new track by Emo rapper Drake featuring Beyonce has leaked online. “Can I” is apparently the first collabo between the sultry belly dancer and the critically acclaimed Canadian rapper who has no more worlds left to conquer.
Apparently, NFL quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara are still an item, despite rumors to the contrary.
The massive manhunt for a suspect in a Washington, D.C. quadruple murder has shifted to the Brooklyn, NY area.
Disgraced singer Robin Thicke and his 20-year-old girlfriend April Love Geary head to a yacht party in Cannes, France. Thicke, 38, was unceremoniously dumped his high school sweetheart Paula Patton, after she caught him cheating with a cheap floozy. Some men never learn.
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Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James easily dismantled the Atlanta Hawks’ defense on the road at the Philips Arena in Atlanta Wednesday night. The sexy power forward finished with a humble 31 points, eight rebounds, and six assists. While Cavs guard J.R. Smith contributed a record 28 points by a bench player in an eastern conf. finals game. Game 2 is Friday in Atlanta. The Cavs are expected to sweep the 7-game series.
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A story hot off the press claimed cross-dresser Bruce Jenner planned to make a grand entrance at next year’s Met Gala wearing one of Kim Kardashian’s hand-me-downs.
That story was exposed as fake by private eye blog Gossip Cop. According to GC, Bruce has no plans to attend the Met Ball, because Vogue editor-for-life Anna Wintour would never invite him.
Remember that strange artist who stood stock still while rap magnate Jay Z freestyled (or whatever he was doing) in an art museum last year?
Performance artist Marina Abramovi? told Spike magazine that Jay Z promised to build an art institute if she let him steal her shine for her work The Artist is Present for his ridiculously long and dull music video “Picasso Baby”.
Police have identified a suspect in the gruesome deaths of a wealthy D.C. businessman, his wife, their 10-year-old son, and a housekeeper. The four bodies were found in a burning mansion owned by Savvas Savopoulos, 46, in an affluent suburb of Northwest Washington, D.C. on Thursday.