Roadhouse singer Beyonce once enjoyed the support and fierce loyalty of her adoring fans, whom she affectionately refers to as “the Beyhive.” But those days are over. 2 former members of the Beyhive have turned against their idol. The fans filed a suit against Beyonce for damages after they were trampled during Beyonce’s concert stop at the United Center in Chicago on December 13, 2013.
Chicago BeyHive members Raquel Castellanos and Gabriella Davidson are suing Beyonce for an undisclosed amount after they were pushed over by a “rushing mob” entering The United Center for the Mrs. Carter Show on December 13, 2013.
Raquel and Gabriella claim they were trampled, knocked unconscious and suffered broken bones after the crowd rushed the doors at the United Center.
Raquel and Gabriella blame Beyonce, The United Center and Live Nation for not organizing an orderly plan of entry for the huge crowd waiting to get inside for the show.
Rapper Rick Ross celebrated his #1 album by dropping $250,000 on 6 Audemars Piguet watches for the featured artists on his album.
When Ross’ 6th studio album, Mastermind, hit #1 on the Billboard charts, Ross’ publicist immediately reached out to gossip tabloid TMZ to inform them that Ross hit up jeweler Rafaello & Co in NY last week and dropped $250k on six watches for a few of the artists who appeared on his album. That works out to a little over $41,000 (not counting taxes) for each watch.
A South Korean woman makes over $9,000 USD a month just by eating a 4 course meal in front of her webcam.
Park Seo-Yeon, 33, who quit her day job, begins eating her hours long meal at 8 p.m. every night as thousands of fans tune in online. Park, whose online handle is “the Diva,” devours her meal slowly while entertaining her fans with good-humored banter between bites.
On Friday, Sandrarose.com broke the news that the husband of Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks was arrested on charges of bank fraud and aggravated identity theft. Apollo Nida, 35, surrendered to U.S. Marshalls and was placed under arrest on Thursday, Jan. 23. Reality TV fans were sent reeling by the news. Dissemination of information was hampered when the PACER servers crashed under the weight of users frantically seeking to confirm details of the arrest.
But even more compelling than the news of Nida’s arrest is the way the feds built their apparently solid case against Nida and his female partner in crime, Gayla O’Neal St. Julien, 44.
A former cafeteria manager for the Fulton County public school system was arrested and charged with allegedly embezzling more than $1 million from the school cafeteria where she worked, AJC.com reports.
Channel 2 investigative reporter Richard Belcher broke the story last spring when a former cafeteria worker leaked information about the embezzlement scheme to Channel 2 News.
Former cafeteria manager Brenda Watts is accused of running a cash only food line inside North Springs High School cafeteria in North Fulton County.
She allegedly pocketed $500 in cash per day from the cafeteria over 15 to 20 years.
Watts, who retired from her job one day after Belcher’s report ran, had worked for the school system for 26 years.
Most Instagram users spend their time following their friends or keeping up with their favorite celebrities. But a core of women known as Groupies follow professional athletes in order to catalogue their vast riches in the hopes of one day meeting the athlete and taking possession of his wealth in family court after the baby arrives. This is why accountants advise young athletes not to floss their wealth on social media. But do they listen?
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.