Good news for you men who thought you missed your chance to get with gorge singer Keri Hilson. It looks like the Dopamine has faded for Keri and her NBA boyfriend Serge Ibaka.
A Clayton County jury has convicted a Stone Mountain man who was charged with exposing a Union City woman to the HIV virus that causes AIDS, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Craig Lamar Davis, 43, did not react to the verdict when it was announced in the courtroom just moments ago. The self-proclaimed pastor faces up to 20 years in prison on the felony reckless-HIV conviction.
A Nigerian heiress to her father’s vast mutlibillion fortune wants to be the next Rihanna — and she will not spare a dime of her father’s wealth in her pursuit of fame.
Rev. Joseph “Run” Simmons’ daughter, Vanessa Simmons celebrated her baby shower with her baby daddy, Mike Wayans, and the Wayans family. Essence.com reports Vanessa and Mike celebrated the impending arrival of their baby girl with a star-studded baby shower at the Sugar Factory in Hollywood over the weekend. The unorthodox baby shower guests included the couple’s fathers Rev. Run and Damon Wayans, Uncle Russell Simmons, Vanessa’s mother, Justine Simmons; singer Tyrese Gibson and his daughter, and Mike’s brothers, Shawn and Marlon Wayans. The party was noticeably low on Estrogen. Apparently Vanessa has learned the hard lesson of keeping her man away from the powerful influence of petty women.
Socialite and reality TV star Kim “Double Wide” Kardashian was spotted arriving at the Palais Galliera on Tuesday, Jan. 21, to see the exhibition “Alaia” in Paris, France. Kardashian, wearing 6-inch booties, towered over exhibition designer Azzedine Alaia (not pictured), who gave her a private tour.
Average Americans are rarely afforded private tours of the White House — even though Americans are the ones who keep the lights on. But Beyonce and Jay Z are not your average citizens — at least not in their own minds.
Buro 24/7 website editor-in-chief Miroslava Duma sparked outrage by publishing an interview with Garage magazine editor-in-chief Zhukova Dasha. A photo accompanying the interview shows Zhokova posing on a ‘black woman chair’. Zuma, who posted the image on her Instagram and Facebook pages, defended the photo as a work of art. But some are calling it ‘racist art’.
Sensitive art critics bristled at the fact that Zuma posted the image during the celebration of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday.
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