Kingsmen Media Sun, 10 Dec 2017 15:22:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Man accused of killing 3-year-old because she didn’t put on her pajamas. Sun, 10 Dec 2017 13:08:19 +0000 A Missouri man is accused of killing his girlfriend’s daughter after the 3-year-old didn’t put on her pajamas.

On Nov. 27., Jalen Vaden, 22, allegedly threw the toddler, Jayda Kyle, to the ground “causing her to strike her head,” after he told her to put on her pajamas and she didn’t.

Vaden later told police that he then threw the child on a bed in the Carl Junction home before taking the 3-year-old by the leg and tossing her “face first” onto the floor.

Vaden told police he then left the room and later returned to find the girl bleeding and unresponsive. Police arrived to the scene at 9 p.m. that night and found Jayda unresponsive.

CHRIS BOSH’S MOM NAMED SUSPECT IN DRUG TRAFFICKING STING Fri, 08 Dec 2017 20:48:11 +0000 According to official documents obtained by TMZ Sports, the DeSoto Police Dept. raided the home Friday morning after obtaining search warrant in a drug trafficking investigation.
One of the suspects listed on the search warrant is Freida Bosh — who allegedly lives in the home, which cops believe is owned by her son.
A rep for the DPD tells us a bunch of evidence was seized from the home — “a large amount of drug paraphernalia was recovered consistent with narcotics trafficking.”
Officials believe crack cocaine and heroin were being trafficked through the home.

Source: TMZ

The Celebration Bowl Press Conference Thu, 07 Dec 2017 18:13:22 +0000 With  less than 2 weeks away from The Celebration Bowl, the first college bowl game of the season, Kingsmen Media was on the scene for the official ESPN Press Conference in atlanta!

The press conference featured  North Carolina A&T head coach Rod Broadway, Grambling State head coach Broderick Fobbs, John T. Grant, Executive Director of The Celebration Bowl, and both conference commissioners.


Establishing itself as a premier bowl game, the Celebration Bowl celebrates the heritage, legacy, pageantry, and tradition of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and is owned and operated by ESPN Events, a division of ESPN. The game features the MEAC and SWAC champions and will be televised live at noon on Saturday, December 16th on ABC. For HBCU Football Fans, student, and alumni, The Celebration Bowl is the pinnacle of HBCU experiences!

ESPN Events collaborates with 100 Black Men of Atlanta to organize the game’s ancillary events which include a youth symposium, robotics showcase, fan experience and more. A full list of events surrounding the game are available on the event’s website and links to purchase tickets are available online at or, or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000. Prices range from $50 to $175 including taxes and fees.

Meek Mill Bail Request Denied! Judge says ‘Flight Risk’ and ‘Danger to Society’ Mon, 04 Dec 2017 16:16:03 +0000 The judge Genece Brinkley has denied Meek Mill’s request for bail. According to TMZ, the judge described Mill as “flight risk” and “a danger to the community”

Tyrese to Perform and Serve as Celebrity Co-Chair at 34th Annual UNCF Atlanta Mayor’s Masked Ball Thu, 30 Nov 2017 03:51:10 +0000 Rodney Bullard, vice president of community affairs at Chick-fil-A,
Inc. and executive director of the Chick-fil-A Foundation; Ted Blum, managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Atlanta office and chair of the firm’s Atlanta Corporate and Securities Practice and Wendy Stewart, president, Atlanta Market Bank of America, were officially announced today as the honorary co-chairs of the 34th Annual UNCF Atlanta Mayor’s Masked Ball. Actor/Singer Tyrese Gibson is the honorary celebrity co-chair. The formal affair, UNCF’s signature fundraising gala and premier social event of the holiday season, will be held on Saturday, December 16, 2017, 6:30 p.m. at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Atlanta.

“We are thrilled to have three of Atlanta’s most distinguished corporate leaders and one of the nation’s leading actor and singer to join Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed as honorary co-chairs of our annual major fundraiser. Last year, Atlanta made history as having the first UNCF event to net $1million. Over1200 guests including fifteen college presidents, students, corporate leaders, celebrities, community partners, and sponsors were in attendance in support of our 37 UNCF member colleges and universities, four of which are right here in Atlanta,” said Justine Boyd, UNCF Regional Development Director.

Entertainment will be provided by multi-talented singer, songwriter, actor, author, and television producer and R & B Recording Artist Tyrese Gibson.

In addition, last year’s co-chairs Brannigan Thompson, senior vice president, Voya Financial and Donta’ Wilson, senior executive vice president and chief client experience officer, BB&T are honorees this year.

UNCF is helping to prepare young men and women for the workforce by providing assistance for textbooks and other college costs. As a result of the success of the UNCF Mayor’s Masked Ball Atlanta, thousands of students have a brighter future because of the support they have received. More than 600 students in the past few years attending UNCF member schools were either able to attend college and or continue their college education without interruption of financial challenges.

Started 34 years ago by former Mayor Andrew Young and Billye S. Aaron, the Ball is hosted by the city’s current Mayor and is largely supported by local corporate and civic entities. A much anticipated holiday event that raises unrestricted dollars for UNCF’s support for local students, the Ball attracts a diverse array of attendees from across the metropolitan area, including local celebrities, dignitaries, civic and elected officials.

2017 Mayor’s Masked Ball – Atlanta Tue, 28 Nov 2017 01:16:08 +0000 The 34th annual UNCF Mayor’s Masked Ball Atlanta is a premier fundraising gala and major social event focusing on raising awareness of the need and benefits of a college education, the students UNCF serves and the contributions of historically black colleges and universities. Hosted by a diverse group of corporate sponsors, local businesses and professional organizations the Mayor’s Masked Ball Atlanta is an evening of celebration attended by national celebrities, civic leaders, alumni, dignitaries, volunteers and friends of UNCF.

This must-attend event is full of fun, fashion, glitz and glamour that supports UNCF’s mission of investing in better futures for the young men and women we serve and by helping them move to and through college.

DECEMBER 16, 2017


Photos/Videos from the 2016 Mayors Ball

Derrick Rose is no longer with The Cavs Fri, 24 Nov 2017 22:48:13 +0000 Cavaliers guard Derrick Rose has left the team and is seriously re-evaluating his future in the NBA, league sources told ESPN.

There is growing uncertainty inside and outside the franchise about whether he will return to the team, league sources said.


Judge Rules in Favor of Tyrese Sat, 18 Nov 2017 01:33:11 +0000 The judge ruled Tyrese and Norma Gibson will get 50/50 joint custody beginning in January. Until then, we’re told both sides have worked out a visitation schedule that will allow Tyrese to see Shayla over the holidays.

Tameka “Tiny” Harris Covers Upscale Magazine’s Holiday Issue Fri, 17 Nov 2017 21:37:52 +0000 Tameka “Tiny” Harris is ready for her close-up with Xscape being reunited, a thriving family and new titles, mainly businesswise, steadily being added to her name. The mommy,
mogul and music maven invited upscale into her home for a candid sit-down about all the things that make her hustle pretty.

Evelyn Braxton speaks out about Vince Beating on Tamar Fri, 17 Nov 2017 21:21:21 +0000 She sat down with “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” and opened up about all of that “fighting, cursing, and name calling,” she has been witnessed to, with the baby right there through it all. She says that Vince’s anger scares her to the point where she is worried that one day he will hit or push Tamar to the point of killing her. When asked how long it’s been going on, Evelyn says “a long time.” She says when her daughters have pointed it out, Tamar denies it. But, she says, the bruises are evident, and the hospital visits for “bloodclots” aren’t a coincidence.