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.
No charges have been filed against seven 18- and 19-year-olds who unlawfully entered the Coral Gables residence of Miami Heat star Ray Allen on Thursday, Aug. 14.
Allen’s wife and children were asleep at 2:30 a.m. when the break-in occurred, the Miami Herald reports.
Single mom Ciara, 28, is all smiles despite breaking up with prolific breeder Future Hendrix, her third fiancé that we know of. Ciara was seen arriving at an office building wearing a bright orange outfit in NYC on Friday.
Singer Chris Brown put his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran in a playful choke hold as they attended his charity flag football game in Los Angeles, CA., on Saturday. It’s always nice to see ex couples remain good friends instead of plotting for each other’s downfall.
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Comments made by popular rappers T.I., left, and Nelly to racially insensitive gossip tabloid TMZ landed them in hot water with social media collective “Black Twitter” today.
In LGBT news, WNBA players Brittney Griner, right, and Glory Johnson are tying the knot — together.
The ladies announced their engagement on their social media accounts Friday. Brittney posted an image of herself getting down on one knee and presenting a diamond ring to Glory.
Beyonce apparently went slumming for a feature artist to hop on the remix to her single “Blow”.
According to a new posting on the music industry database ASCAP, Beyonce and Rihanna are listed as artists on the new remix. The song writers are also listed but no other information on the song is available.
Recently, director Tyler Perry won a bid to buy a substantial portion of the shuttered and abandoned Fort McPherson property near downtown Atlanta.
Perry wanted to build 16 movie studios and a film production facility on the 488-acre property. But there was a hitch in his plans: Georgia Governor Nathan Deal had already put in a $10 million bid to buy the property to relocate the police academy, according to 11 Alive News.