Thursday, November 27, 2014

Big Sean Hands Out Turkeys in Detroit


Big Sean is doing some G.O.O.D.  fohis community again this year.
Big Sean is in a charitable spirit yet again this holiday season. Holding his second annual turkey giveaway in his native Detroit, the rapper handed out 1000 turkeys and canned goods at River Rouge High School. An effort by his Sean Anderson Foundation, Big Sean was joined by his mother Myra, who serves as the organization’s president.
 A surprise pop-up, B-I-G greeted students and their families in the school’s gymnasium. He also reportedly gave a speech to the children on the “importance of giving,” according to TMZ. 

Kylie Jenner And Tyga Were Together On Thankgiving Eve Feeding The Homeless


They were photographed at the L.A. Mission’s Annual Thanksgiving for the Homeless, where they helped to serve food for the less fortunate.
Kylie and Tyga have definitely been spending a lot of time together .mmmm....
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James Rodriguez Debuts as Model in New Underwear Collection



Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez fulfilled one of his dreams this summer when he left Monaco to join Real Madrid, joining the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo.



And the World Cup star has now also joined the Portuguese World Player of the Year in the world of fashion, after launching his own range of underwear.

The Real playmaker, who scored his seventh goal for the European champions this weekend, modelled the J10 branded underwear after teaming up with Colombian brand Bronzini. 


He follows the likes of David Beckham and Ronaldo as galacticos who have moved into the world of fashion.
Ronaldo has produced two selections of underwear, and followed it up with a range of men's shirts earlier this month.
Rodriguez, who moved to Real in a deal worth £63million following a superb tournament in Brazil over the summer, has become one of the world's most marketable players.

He was also rewarded for his excellent international displays with a place on the Ballon d'Or shortlist, although he is not expected to seriously challenge club-mate Ronaldo or Lionel Messi for the top award.  






Bette Midler Apologizes to Ariana Grande for 'Whore' Comment


Looks like Ariana Grande and Bette Midler have called a Thanksgiving truce. 


Following Midler's interview with the U.K. Telegraph on Monday – in which the 68-year-old Divine Miss M chided the 21-year-old pop star for being too sexual and said, "You don't have to make a whore out of yourself to get ahead" – she apologized in vintage Midler style. 

"About my screed on @ArianaGrande, all I can say is, 'Spoken like a reformed old whore!'" Midler Tweeted. "She does have a beautiful voice, on a couch or off." Midler's mea culpa follows a Twitter blitz from Grande, in which she stated Midler had always been a feminist "who stood for women being able to do whatever the F they wanted without judgment! Not sure where that Bette went but I want that sexy mermaid back," Grande stated alongside a pic she posted of Midler as a mermaid. 



On Tuesday, Grande e-hugged Midler, posting two Tweets. "all love here," she Tweeted, followed by, "and I will still quote first wives club every single day of my life lmao.

Katy Perry at the Aria Awards



Katy Perry wore a crop top  to the red carpet when she stepped out Tuesday night for the 2014 Australian Record Industry Association Awards in Sydney.


Perry's two-piece ensemble, created by Australian designer Jaime Lee, featured a belly-baring halter top and a long, see-through pencil skirt adorned with sequined flowers. She paired the outfit with purple pumps and a head wrap.
While presenting the award for Best Female Artist, Perry gave a speech about her love for all things Australia; her Prismatic World Tour kicked off Down Under Nov. 7.

“No longer will I use straws in my chocolate milk. I’ll use Tim Tams!" she said, per the Guardian. "No longer will I put butter on bread, I’ll use Vegemite. No longer will I eat chicken, I’ll eat kangaroo. Actually that’s disgusting. Why do guys you eat something that’s on your national emblem?”


That Leaked Photo of Kevin Federline’s Penis is Not Real

For those of you hoping to get a glimpse of Kevin Federline’s penis are going to be sadly disappointed.
A photo of Kevin grabbing ahold of his manhood and looking as if he’s going to engage in some self-gratification.
Sources close to Federline say that the photo is definitely Photoshopped.
First, he has several tattoos that aren't present in the viral image. Also, his "goods" are a lot larger.
Ah, okay. The penis in the alleged photo (do a quick search on Tumblr and it will pop up pretty fast) is pretty big, so I guess we all now know why Britney Spears was with Kevin for as long as she was. It wasn’t for the stimulating conversation.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Jordin Sparks Tears Into Jason Derulo With Mixtape Called #ByeFelicia


Jordin Sparks released a mixtape called #ByeFelicia today and it features a few songs about her ex Jason Derulo. 

The #ByeFelicia highlights for me are "Left, Right" and the smooth two-minute track "They Don't Give," which is an us-against-the-world record: "Baby, baby, they say we ain't gon' make it/ But I know they don't give enough about us." True, there are roughly .5 % of people who care about her breakup with Derulo


The most blatant example is her remix of Drake's How Bout Now, where she mentions that time Jason Derulo broke his neck: "Remember when you broke your neck and I had to wash your back for ya?/ You probably don't remember half the shit I did for ya/ You didn't really fuck with me way back then, but how 'bout now? / 'Cause I'm up right now and you suck right now."
The DJ Mustard radio formula is obvious on It Ain't You and Double Tap, which is basically a Tinashe song, about a dude lurking on Instagram. Jordin sings: "If ya like what ya see then ya gotta let me know that you won't double tap that hoe." I give it a "not bad" rating, but I'm less interested in the trends and more in what makes Jordin Jordin. I might also replay "11:11" (produced by Salaam Remi) where she sounds very genuine. 

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First Look At Eddie Murphy On The Set Of New Film ‘Cook’


 Eddie's newest film Cook, Eddie plays Henry Church, a chef who agrees to care for a dying mother and her daughter for six months, only to end up remaining in their lives for the next 15 years.



.Eddie has also joined the cast to reprise his role in new movie Beverly Hills Cop 4, which is scheduled to drop in early 2016. Not only that, he's set to star in the Twins comedy sequel titled TripletsalongsideArnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. And he's also rumored to star opposite Halle Berry and Laurence Fishburne in a biopic about jazz legend Miles Davis titled, Miles And Me .



Dancing With The Stars" Winner REVEALED!



Congrats are in order for Alfonso Ribeiro and his partner Witney!  

After breaking out The Carlton a few times and just being an all around GREAT dancer, the former Fresh Prince star won the Mirrorball trophy tonight on DWTS.


Check out the announcement below:





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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

'Michael Brown' Protests Reach Across Nation


Thousands of people rallied late Monday in U.S. cities including Los Angeles and New York to passionately but peacefully protest a grand jury’s decision not to indict a white police officer who killed a black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Missouri.
They led marches, waved signs and shouted chants of “hands up, don’t shoot,” the refrain that has become a rallying cry in protests over police killings across the country.
The most disruptive demonstrations were in St. Louis and Oakland, California, where protesters flooded the lanes of freeways, milling about stopped cars with their hands raised in the air.
Activists had been planning to protest even before the nighttime announcement that Officer Darren Wilson will not be charged in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
The racially charged case in Ferguson has inflamed tensions and reignited debates over police-community relations even in cities hundreds of miles from the predominantly black St. Louis suburb. For many staging protests Monday, the shooting was personal, calling to mind other galvanizing encounters with local law enforcement.
Police departments in several major cities braced for large demonstrations with the potential for the kind of violence that marred nightly protests in Ferguson after Brown’s killing. Demonstrators there vandalized police cars and buildings, hugged barricades and taunted officers with expletives Monday night while police fired smoke canisters and tear gas. Gunshots were heard on the streets and fires raged.
But police elsewhere reported that gatherings were mostly peaceful following Monday’s announcement.
Dozens of protesters in Oakland got around police and blocked traffic on Interstate 580. Officers in cars and on motorcycles were able to corral the protesters and cleared the highway in one area, but another group soon entered the traffic lanes a short distance away. Police didn’t immediately report any arrests.
A diverse crowd of several hundred protesters marched and chanted in St. Louis not far from the site of another police shooting, shutting down Interstate 44 for a time. A few cars got stuck in the midst of the protesters, who appeared to be leaving the vehicles alone. They chanted “hands up, don’t shoot” and “black lives matter.”
In Seattle, marching demonstrators stopped periodically to sit or lie down in city intersections, blocking traffic before moving on, as dozens of police officers watched.
Groups ranging from a few dozen to a few hundred people also gathered in Chicago, Salt Lake City, and Washington, D.C., where people held up signs and chanted “justice for Michael Brown” outside the White House.
“Mike Brown is an emblem (of a movement). This country is at its boiling point,” said Ethan Jury, a protester in Philadelphia, where hundreds marched downtown with a contingent of police nearby. “How many people need to die? How many black people need to die?”
In New York, the family of Eric Garner, a Staten Island man killed by a police chokehold earlier this year, joined the Rev. Al Sharpton at a speech in Harlem lamenting the grand jury’s decision. Later, several hundred people who had gathered in Manhattan’s Union Square marched peacefully to Times Square.
In Los Angeles, which was rocked by riots in 1992 after the acquittal of police officers in the videotaped beating of Rodney King, police officers were told to remain on duty until released by their supervisors. About 100 people gathered in Leimert Park and some held a small news conference demanding changes in police policies.
A splinter group of about 30 people broke away and marched through surrounding streets, blocking intersections, but the demonstrations remained mostly small and peaceful.
Chris Manor, with Utah Against Police Brutality, helped organize an event in Salt Lake City that attracted about 35 people.
“There are things that have affected us locally, but at the same time, it’s important to show solidarity with people in other cities who are facing the very same thing that we’re facing,” Manor said.
At Cleveland’s Public Square, at least a dozen protesters’ signs referenced police shootings that have shaken the community there, including Saturday’s fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who had a fake gun at a Cleveland playground when officers confronted him.
In Denver, where a civil jury last month found deputies used excessive force in the death of a homeless street preacher, clergy gathered at a church to discuss the decision, and dozens of people rallied in a downtown park with a moment of silence.

First Photos Of Ludacris’ Daughter, Cai


Last winter, it was revealed that Ludacris fathered a child outside of his relationship with longtime girlfriend, Eudoxie. Nearly one year after giving birth, the child’s mother, Tamika Fuller, decided to share pictures of the infant on Instagram and from what we can see.



Tamika and Luda have experienced their share of drama since Cai’s birth. But in the past she has urged people to remember that there is an innocent child caught up in the middle of all of this tension.


“Let’s not lose focus that an innocent child is involved and her best interests come before any of all of this foolishness,” Tamika said in a statement last year. “In spite of all that has already happened I just ask that the negativity stop towards him and I. We have a child to co parent. Be blessed.”

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Lauryn Hill & Rohan Marley’s Daughter Selah Marley Celebrates Her Sweet 16


Lauryn Hill
 and Rohan Marley’s second child Selah Marley is approaching womanhood. Yesterday, Selah celebrated her 16th birthday with a Sweet 16 bash filled with her family and close friends at the Crosby Street Hotel in SoHo. And for her coming of age celebration, she was gifted with a special performance by rapper A$AP Ferg.


Maybe singer Teyana Taylor and her boyfriend/NY Knicks baller Iman Shumpert came out to party for Selah's Sweet 16.



Teyana was beside herself after meeting her idol Lauryn Hill. She posted the pic above to Instagram with the caption,"That look up when u trying not to let the tears fall.This Is One Of Those Speechless Moments.. Moments That Can't Be Worded.. You Grow Up Looking At Someone You Idolize Through A TV & Before You Know It You Get To Sit Down & Match Wits With Them.. They know Who u Are...They See Them In You... Man...This Woman Made Me Understand That Its Ok To Be Unique Musically, Fight The System If You Have To For What U Believe In. To Have A Rare Type Of Voice Raspy & All LOL That Still Touches Souls & Heal Hearts.. In Her  "Lost Ones" She Said; "Wisdom Is Better Than Silver & Gold, I was Hopeless Now I'm On Hope Road".. Thank YOU For Just You. You Are Truly Heaven Sent. #LaurynHill #YepIWasGeeked #YesTheLookUpWhenYouDontWantYheTearToFall #SheWasSoFunny #ShesEverything #SheKeptThankingMeForComing #ShitWhyThankMe?NO #THANKYOU 

Selah's big sister Eden Marley (daughter of Rohan) came out to celebrate her little sister’s born day.


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J. Cole Covers COMPLEX magazine’s December 2014/January 2015


J. Cole returns to his hometown in Complex magazine’s Dec/Jan issue. 




J. Cole (real name Jermaine Lamarr Cole) takes us back to his old stumping ground in COMPLEX magazine’s December 2014/January 2015 issue. His success has allowed him to create his own charity organization, Dreamville Foundation, which provides school supplies for needy children and launch his own record label (in partnership with Intercope) called Dreamville Records. But his biggest accomplishment, according to the rapper, is buying his favorite childhood home, a split-level house residing at 2014 Forest Hills Drive, where he says he created his fondest memories.
The address also serves as the title of his upcoming third studio album which, much like his own life, tells a story of young man leaving his home to follow his dreams.
Below are some of the highlights from the cover story:
How has the city changed since you left?
People I grew up with tell me it’s getting worse. I don’t know if that has to do with the economy or if the education is getting worse. On the flipside, Fayetteville has some heroes now—even if they’re rappers or athletes. We never even had that [when I was growing up]. You couldn’t go to Raleigh, Charlotte, or Atlanta and be proud of where you were from. The pride before was about coming from somewhere that had a reputation of being a hard place to make it. Now there’s a pride about accomplishment, whether it’s me, or Eric Maynor, who made it to the NBA, or Eric Curry, who was the No. 3 draft pick in the NFL Draft. It sucks that these things have to come from sports and entertainment, but it’s something for kids to look up to and say, “Somebody from here did something.” I don’t want to inspire kids to rap. I want to let them know that anything they want to do is possible. I come from here and did some shit that was impossible, so if you want to be an astronaut, lawyer, doctor, writer, journalist, or whatever, I want to inspire you to do that.
You rap a lot about love. What is it that attracts you to it?
I guess because I’m interested. I became more conscious of that with this album. That’s what Hollywood represents versus 2014 Forest Hills Drive, which is home. Home is wherever the authentic, unconditional love is. The fake shit, the synthesized love, is Hollywood. I ran from Fayetteville to New York, from New York to everywhere, ultimately looking for what? For love—respect and love from my peers, love from the fans, love from the critics. I’ve learned that none of that shit is real. I appreciate it, it’s extra love, but it can and should only help and add to the real pot of love. It should not substitute. “Artists” that go to Hollywood and live their lives for the cameras, the attention, they’re supplementing for their lack of love, their holes. Those people—and maybe myself included—are ultimately running away from the place where the real love exists, because maybe it’s too painful, maybe it wasn’t the type of love that they needed, or it was void there. There was no father, there was no support. Wanting to be a movie star, wanting to be a rap star, wanting to have jewelry, wanting to have girls, and wanting to have money, all that shit is just trying to plug those holes. It’s dangerous because it’s not real.
Do you feel the label and Jay Z believe in you more now?
They definitely believe in me more now. But first of all, Jay Z believed in me enough to sign me, and for that I am forever grateful. Thank God he heard “Lights Please” and those songs I played for him the first meeting. Thank God he signed me off of those. After that, I can’t front. If we asked him honestly, I’m sure he would say he wasn’t sure what I would turn out to be in the grand scheme of things, in terms of commercial success.
What was it like when he put the Roc chain on you?
That was a top life moment. I don’t soak shit up well, but after that night I definitely took a moment to. It wasn’t about that moment of the chain. It was like, it took so long to even get this dude to come out on stage with me. It took so long to get this guy to come to shows.