A member of the much-maligned New York Police Department is responding to the ongoing protests against police shootings of unarmed black men. The cop is snubbing protestors by selling t-shirts that read: “Breathe Easy, Don’t Break the Law” — a mocking spin on Eric Garner’s dying words, “I Can’t Breathe”. Garner is the NY man who was choked to death by a NYPD cop who put him in an illegal chokehold.
Actress Tia Mowry is not going to like this: a major photo wire service named Cory Hardrict BEFORE HER in a photo caption. At one time Mowry, 36, was a bigger star than her husband of 6 years. Now she must play second fiddle to him! Tia and her twin sister, Tamera (who co-hosts The Real), were child stars of the popular hit TV series ‘Sister, Sister’. The photo caption reads:
‘American Sniper’ actor Cory Hardrict and his wife, actress, Tia Mowry are spotted at LAX in Los Angeles. Mowry, who starred in ‘Sister, Sister’ was seen with braids and torn jeans.
Like I said, Tia is not going to like this. Narcissists are very sensitive about things of this nature.
Photos: Sharky / Splash News
The fallout from Sony’s cyber hacking scandal continues.
Sony has announced the cancellation of a major press junket for comedian Kevin Hart‘s new movie Wedding Ringer. It isn’t hard to figure out why the press junket was canceled. Last week, two of Sony’s top execs called Hart a greedy “whore” because he refused to promote one of his movies on Twitter.com.
FOX Deportes (sports) reporter Erika Reidt was suspended indefinitely after she allegedly posted an intensive tweet about Eric Garner on her Twitter.com account on Tuesday. Garner is the NY man who was choked to death by a NYPD officer. A Staten Island grand jury refused to indict Daniel Pantaleo, 29, for using an illegal chokehold on Garner.
The British are angry that NBA Superstar LeBron James broke royal protocol when he met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge last night.
The NFL refuses to discipline or fine 2 refs who fist-bumped each other on the goal line following a Denver Bronco’s touchdown in Sunday’s 24-17 win over the Buffalo Bills.
The St. Louis players who came out onto the field with their hands up prior to the Rams vs Oakland NFL game will not be punished by the NFL.
Five Rams players raised their hands in protest as they emerged onto the field during pre-game introductions on Sunday. The protest was in response to a Missouri grand jury decision not to indict a former Ferguson cop on murder charges in the shooting death of Michael brown.