“I was just asking my husband the other day…[…] a particular person started saying I look like a muppet. People say it so much that sometimes, I start to believe it. And so I even asked Vince I’m like; ‘Do I look like a muppet?’ and he said ‘Absolutely not! But this person has the whole world calling me that and it’s just so devastating because it takes me back to high school and there’s nothing I can do about it, but what I can do is what Jeannie does. Thank you Jeannie. I can act like the world is all peaches and cream and taste like strawberries, so I’m going to take that with me today.”
This is a phenomenal event for Roc Nation. We’ve purchased one of Hip-Hop’s greatest icon’s music which would make us one of the largest record labels in the world. We will forever be relevant in the music industry now that we own Tupac’s music,” Joseph Borrino said.
rapper in the hip-hop industry with and estimated $2 billion net worth. Second, Roc Nation plans on releasing a new Tupac album, dubbed And Now I Rise, featuring contributions from Snoop Dogg, Drake, Nas, The-Dream, DMX, Beyonce, and of course, Jay Z. It will be produced by Dr. Dre and Timbaland, and will be available via iTunes, Spotify
Top Dawg Entertainment’s Kendrick Lamar is expected to top the charts again next week with his To Pimp a Butterfly.
Based on one day predictions, the Compton excess will push about 100,000 more copies of the opus that some have already regarded as as classic.
It has been announced that Hollywood actress VIVICA A. FOX will reprise her role as Jasmine in Independence Day 2, the 2016 follow up to Independence Day, the 1997 film that first made her a household name opposite Will Smith.
Known for a career that has spanned more than 20 years and such films as Kill Bill, Soul Food, Set It Off and Two Can Play That Game, Fox, who came in third place on the hit reality series Celebrity Apprentice earlier this year, also stars in the upcoming film Chocolate City which is scheduled for a national release in May 2015.
Jennifer Lawrence is moving on from the X-Menfranchise, MTV News reports.
Appearing on the red carpet for her new film Serena, the actress, who portrayed the mutant Mystique in both First Class and Days of Future Past, said the upcoming film X-Men: Apocalypse will be her final appearance in the role. “It is my last one, actually,” she said, with no further explanation.
Music mogul Jay Zwas rocked last month by claims that he secretly fathered a son 21 years ago. The alleged love child, Rymir Satterthwaite, dragged the rapper into court hoping to force a paternity test, but RadarOnline.com has learned the whole scandal could soon be nearing resolution. According to Satterthwaite’s guardian, a settlement could be on the horizon!
“Ultimately the case will probably be settled out of court,” Lillie Collie, Satterthwaite’s legal guardian, tells Radar exclusively.
“We’ve been going through this since 2011 and it has gotten to the point where the family just wants it to be over,” Collie adds.
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Empire star Jussie Smollett talks fame, family and his future with Urban Lux Magazine in his first ever national cover feature.
Empire’s finale is just the beginning for this rising start!
Read his entire article in the digital edition of Urban Lux Magazine releasing April 2, 2015 but be sure to order your print edition today.
T.I. Photo credit: Kingsmen Media
“I know that I have never taken from anybody’s creative,” he told Access Hollywood ‘s Shaun Robinson while promoting his new film “Get Hard” in Los Angeles on Saturday. “I have never walked into the studio and used anybody else’s idea to contribute to mine. And I think that the universe and gods who look down on us all and have something to do with an outcome — that will exonerate me. I ain’t trippin’.”
I know Pharrell. I know how he works. I have seen him a thousand times go into his studio and never have I ever seen him sample anything ever. Never have I ever seen him do something where he intentionally maliciously said, ‘I’m going to take that and flip it.’ I’ve never seen him do it,” T.I. said. “Now I have seen other producers do it, I have. They ain’t in court though. I’ve never seen him do it.”
James McNair was killed last June when friend and fellow comedian Tracy Morgan‘s tour bus collided with a Walmart truck on the New Jersey turnpike.
As E! News reported back in January, the 62-year-old funnyman’s family reached a settlement with Walmart. At the time, however, the exact amount which would be awarded to McNair’s children Jamel, 26, and Danita, 19, was confidential. Legal documents filed last month in Westchester’s Surrogate Court have revealed, per ABC News and DNA Info, there was a $10 million payout to McNair’s estate.
On Friday, a spokesperson for Walmart told E! News in a statement: “We cannot discuss the terms and conditions of the settlement, but we are glad to have reached an agreement. We deeply regret the loss of Mr. McNair as a result of the accident. Walmart worked closely with his family to ensure their wellbeing. Walmart will continue to work to conclude all of the remaining issues and we’re committed to doing what’s right.”