Singer August Alsina is shaping up to be the biggest jerk in all of hip hop. He is known more for his erratic and disrespectful behavior than for his music. The latest incident involving the 21-year-old “Testimony” singer occurred at a concert in Little Rock, Arkansas, where Alsina became unhinged over the loss of his cherished hat.
Washed up rapper 50 Cent threw out the ceremonial first pitch at a recent NY Mets game. Fiddy received tips on how to throw prior to taking the mound. But his first pitch ended up missing the mark wide to the outside. It can’t be that hard to throw a ball in the vicinity of home plate, can it?
The deadbeat dad offered up a lame excuse for his girly pitch: “That was Curtis Jackson. I don’t even like when he comes around,” he joked. “50 Cent is the best. Curtis Jackson – I don’t even know what’s the matter with him.”
Watch the hijinks after the break.
An Atlanta teacher faces a disciplinary hearing — and possible termination — after her expletive-filled rant was caught on video by one of her students.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the local school district has launched an investigation into a teacher’s unhinged meltdown inside a classroom.
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Power couple Jay Z and Beyonce are desperate to control the damage to their carefully crafted public image following Solange Knowles’ embarrassing meltdown in a viral video. The surveillance video which was leaked by a former NYC hotel employee showed Jay Z being pummeled unmercifully by Solange in the elevator of a posh NYC hotel on May 5th.
The video went viral, sparking rampant speculation about what may have prompted the savage beat down.
The Standard Hotel in NYC made good on its promise to root out and discipline the employee who sold CCTV footage of Beyonce’s sister attacking rap mogul Jay Z to gossip tabloid TMZ.com.
The Standard said in a statement to NBC News that it would be “turning over all available information to the criminal authorities.”
Reports that TMZ paid $250,000 for the video are unfounded. The hotel said the CCTV video remains the property of the hotel and the employee had no authority to sell the footage to anyone.
A family cat is being hailed as a hero after she saved a toddler who was being viciously attacked by a dog. The boy was riding his tricycle in the driveway of his Southwest Bakersfield home on Tuesday when he was attacked by a neighborhood mongrel.
This video is difficult to watch. An infant wails on the bathroom floor as a toddler stands on her back to reach the sink. The really sad part is the adult filming the scene showed no concern for the screaming infant or the toddler. Watch the video after the break.