Photo credit: Kingsmen Media
Photo credit: Kingsmen Media
Kanye West has spent the past week in Europe promoting an “80-percent done” new album that didn’t have an album title or a release date. However, the rapper cleared up one of those questions last night on Twitter when he revealed that his upcoming Yeezus follow-up would be titled So Help Me God. West’s tweet was accompanied by an image that could be So Help Me God‘s album cover: a diamond shape connected at the points by four lower-case m’s that Reddit discovered is a 13th century monastic symbol for the Virgin Mary.
The details of the deal – which an insider confirms to PEOPLE are accurate and would make the stars among the highest paid in the history of reality television – was vehemently denied by E!’s parent company, NBC Universal.
The Annual Georgia Legislative Black Caucus Heritage Dinner was held at the Georgia World Congress Center and was hosted by Chris Tucker and Cynne’ Simpson. I have to say that Chris Tucker is STILL the MAN!! He was a great host and he kept the crowd entertained the entire night.
James Brown, Ray Charles, and Otis Redding were honored at the event while Kenny Leon and Will Packer received the 2015 Heritage Award. Check out some of the photos from the night and special thanks to Diane Larche’ for giving Kingsmen Media Group the V.I.P. media access.
I remember Jay Z trying to buy his first album back from the label and they wouldn’t do it. dame speaks on ownership and not giving it up for a quick bag of Money when it can take care of his kids for LIFE!
“They know, deep down. I think they know. They just don’t want to admit it. That’s what I think. I have a feeling. That’s why they’re mad. Because they do know that I actually am good, and they can’t really accept that. But we could be friends, and this could all be easy. Or we could not, and I could send Bitcoin sh*t chocolate boxes to your door. But I’m still going to be here.” (“Zach Sang & The Gang”)
The carrier worked out an unusual deal with the FAA
Southwest Airlines jets will continue flying over the next few days despite missing scheduled inspections.
The low-cost carrier failed to perform required rudder checks on 128 of its planes, the Wall Street Journal reports. The Federal Aviation Administration, though, agreed to let the aircraft keep flying for five days while the inspections are completed between routes.
Southwest told the FAA on Tuesday afternoon that it missed the inspections. It then took the jets out of service voluntarily, resulting in 80 cancelled flights. By early Wednesday morning, the FAA and Southwest had worked out a plan to allow the aircraft back in the skies while the inspections were done.
Minimal disruption of Southwest’s flight schedule is expected for Wednesday.
Check out Marlon Wayans audition video for the Richard Pryor Biopic. This is pretty dope!