“I think Solange was quite ready for him to do whatever he was going to do,” the 58-year-old performer said. “This is the thing: If anybody hits you, you have the right – I know that many people are Continue reading
I personally think Solange wants Jay Z to help her with he career like he did with Rihanna but that’s just me. I think she feels like she is family and Jay helps Beyonce and Rihanna and he could help her with ONE hit single but whatever the case TMZ is reporting:
Sources connected with the store say Jay and Solange were in Mr. Flawless where they were looking for women’s jewelry for around 20 minutes.
We’re told the pair showed no signs of strife, and looked at gems with Mr. Flawless himself.
Jay Z photo credit: Sly ‘Kingsmen’ White
The incarcerated ATL rapper pleaded guilty Tuesday (May 13) to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The charge carries a maximum Continue reading
I just listened to the first 6 Michael Jackson songs from his new release Xscape and I wasn’t impressed. the lyrics sound just like he recorded it in 1980 and they are trying to add some new beats to make it sound more modern. But it’s not working for me. Check out the link and let me know what you think. Some of the songs sound exactly the same!
NEW YORK) May 12, 2014 – TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION begins after an epic battle left a great city torn, but with the world saved. As humanity picks up the pieces, a shadowy group reveals itself in an attempt to control the direction of history…while Continue reading
The unfiltered personality of outgoing Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson is part of what made him such a polarizing player on the hardwood. Henderson’s impulsive behavior resulted in a strange Twitter rant after the St. Louis Rams selected Missouri’s Michael Sam in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL draft Saturday, making him the first openly gay player drafted into the league.
At first Henderson’s series of tweets displayed bigotry and ignorance, but then he claimed it was for a friend’s psychology project.
Henderson claimed Monday he would be boycotting ESPN since the network broadcast from Sam’s home as the Rams drafted the reigning SEC Defensive Player of the Year (warning: tweets contain NSFW language):
Jay Z was viciously assaulted by Beyonce’s sister Solange and it was all caught on surveillance video!
We’re not sure why Solange was so pissed off, but TMZ obtained the video that show’s Bey’s sister wildly kicking and swinging at Jay Z inside an elevator at an after party for the Met Gala at the Standard Hotel in New York City. In the silent, black and white video, Jay Z, Beyonce and Solange step into an elevator and Solange goes into full on attack mode on her brother-in-law. At one point Solange throws a kick and Jay Z grabs her foot, he never attempts to fight back or hit her. Beyonce stands by and watches the entire altercation as a bodyguard tries to intervene.
Michael Sam was taken by the St. Louis Rams with the 249th pick in the NFL draft.
The NFL stood on the brink of a historical decision Saturday and it took until nearly the end of the draft for Michael Sam to become the first openly gay player drafted into the league.
Sam, the SEC co-defensive player of the year at Missouri, was taken late in the seventh and final round by the St. Louis Rams with the 249th pick out of 256 over the three days of the draft. St. Louis is a great landing spot for him. The Rams have a stellar defense under Gregg Williams and he spent his college career just over two hours away.
Sam, filmed by ESPN as he received the phone call from Rams Coach Jeff Fisher, broke down and sobbed as he learned that he was going to the Rams.
A 24-year-old lineman from Hitchcock, Texas, Sam announced that he was gay shortly after the Super Bowl. His performance in the annual scouting combine was disappointing and many experts wondered if he would be drafted. Some questioned on Twitter just why Sam was going undrafted for so long, with only one SEC Defensive Player of the Year since 2004 not being taken among the first 33 picks in the draft. “For them not to select him would be very problematic,” Cyd Zeigler, the founder ofOutSports.com, said in a pre-draft interview with NBC News. “If he isn’t selected, it’s a public black eye on the league.”