The Minnesota Vikings have a PR nightmare on their hands. The team is considering trading their star running back Adrian Peterson to another team following his arrest on child abuse charges on Saturday.
Ravi Dalchand is so confident in the BISSEL “All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop” that he ate his pasta dinner off a subway floor after first using the vacuum to clean it.
Whenever a young black male is unjustly murdered in a racially charged incident, the news media criminalizes the black male by purposefully broadcasting negative imagery of him.
This time his name is Mike Brown.
The 18-year-old was gunned down in the street on Saturday by a Ferguson, Mo. police officer who claims Brown went for his gun. The news media immediately set about to prove that Mike Brown was a thug who deserved to die.
For instance, the media chose to ignore positive imagery of Mike Brown wearing his high school graduation cap and gown. He was set to start college today.
Black Twitter united to expose the news media’s racist agenda by creating the hashtag #IfTheyGunnedMeDown.
Sean Combs‘ failed music experiment, Danity Kane, has parted ways after a studio session ended with punches thrown.
The brawl between group members Dawn Richard, center, and Aubrey O’Day, right, left the studio floor littered with weave extensions and broken dreams.
When radio personality Ebony Steele left the Rickey Smiley Morning Show, her fans took the news hard. A few of them emailed Sandrarose.com wondering if Ms. Steele, pictured left, was fired. According to Dennis Byron of Hiphopenquirer.com, Ms. Steele and Ricky Smiley had a falling out and he basically forced her out of her job.
James Jones, center, and Mike Miller know what it takes to be NBA champions. Miller and Jones won NBA championships with the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013. This week they both signed deals with the Cleveland Cavaliers where they hope to add another ring to their collection with their former teammate LeBron James, left.
Years of wild spending has apparently caught up with Cash Money Records owners Lil Wayne, left, Bryan “Birdman” Williams, right, and Ronald “Slim” Williams (not pictured).
According to a report on gossip tabloid TMZ’s website, Cash Money Records’ unpaid bills are stacking up and creditors are filing lawsuit after lawsuit against the brothers. It looks like the cash machine is running out of unlimited funds.