While the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team takes on the University of Kentucky for the NCAA championship tonight, one UConn player wonders where his next meal will come from.
Shabazz Napier, point guard for UConn, told reporters he understands more than anyone why there is a need for a student athlete union on campus.
— Erased Tweets (@ErasedTweets) April 6, 2014
Canadian rapper Drake seems far too subdued when he’s seen in the company of women such as Bajan singer Rihanna. If we didn’t know any better, we’d think he hated RiRi. There’s no question that Drake gets way too excited and animated when he’s in the company of hunky male celebrities and sports stars.
Normally the participants in restaurant brawls are hood rats with no proper home training. Rarely do you see restaurant employees engaging in a free-for-all with customers. But the employees who work for Chacho’s restaurant in Houston had no concerns about company policy regarding fighting with customers.
Alicia Keys and hubby Swizz Beatz attended the 41st birthday celebration of eccentric music producer Pharrell Williams, who threw himself a Spongebob Squarepants-themed birthday party at Bikini Bottom, Cipriani Wall Street in New York on Saturday, April 5, And no one thinks a grown man celebrating his birthday with a cartoon themed party is odd? Celebrities make strange bedfellows.
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Oscar winner Halle Berry and daughter Nahla Aubry were seen stocking up on groceries at Bristol Farms in Los Angeles on Sunday, April 6. Halle left infant son Maceo Robert Martinez at home with a nanny. Halle recently disputed rumors that she and hubby, French actor Olivier Martinez are living separately.
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…okay, that’s not really what happened when Prince William and the Duchess Catherine (Middleton) of Cambridge visited New Zealand on Monday. The Royal couple took their 8-month-old son, Prince George of Cambridge, on his first official overseas trip, according to the NY Post.
Peep the **NOT SAFE FOR WORK** photo after the break.
Pop singer Ciara Harris was seen attending Safe Kids Day at The Lot on Saturday, April 5, in West Hollywood, California. Ciara looked happy as she awaits the birth of her and rapper Future’s son. The infant will be Ciara’s first baby and Future’s 4th or 5th child.
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We can add eccentric singer Janelle Monae‘s name to the growing list of self-hating black artists who bleach their skin to fit the industry standard of beauty. The 28-year-old Kansas City native Instagram’d this image of herself posing with a soccer ball bearing a Pepsi logo. The photo caused an uproar among Janelle’s rabid so-called “Fandroids” because her skin tone appears 10 shades lighter.
One of her followers wrote: “Stay black baby don’t turn fake on me like these other bitches.”
Thanks to loyal reader R. Williams for the tip.