The highly anticipated debate will air Thursday at 9 p.m. in Cleveland.
The qualifiers are: Continue reading
A widespread cellular coverage outage has struck in the southeast for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon customers.
Sprint has confirmed that it’s experiencing problems in Kentucky: Continue reading
Appearing on The View, Osbourne said: “If you kick every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilet, Donald Trump?”
The View’s latina co-host, Rosie Perez immediately took exception with Osbourne’s comments, Continue reading
White actress and model, Marissa Neitling, is pictured in the how-to article that is now causing a massive backlash among African-Americans on social media.
“An Afro is not an introvert’s hairstyle,” reads the intro to the tutorial, a step-by-step informing reader that, “You (Yes, You) Can Have an Afro, Even If You Have Straight Hair.” Continue reading
Reports say, it was Malik who called off the wedding plans two weeks ago, a move that has left Perrie “devastated,” and “in pieces.”
The reason for the split is unclear, but sources say it may have to do with the former couple’s rigorous touring and appearance schedules.
It’s safe to say that Meek Mill is the undisputed loser in a war of words, (and schick,) that was spewed in an effort to discredit fellow rapper Drake. But now that the smoke has cleared and Drake has been declared victorious, what does the dismissal of facts say about us? The listening public? Maybe it says that most of us don’t care how a good song is made, we only care about consuming good music.
Meek and his cronies made a fairly good case against Drake, alleging the R.I.C.O. rapper uses “reference tracks” in the creation of his most popular songs, but in the end it fell on deaf ears because we the general public don’t give a hoot about the process, we just want a bumpin’ track we can put on blast.
If in-fact Drake did utilize reference tracks to craft some of his biggest hits, it would be nothing new to the creative process going way back to the fifties. Continue reading
Stefani filed divorce documents in the Los Angeles Superior Court citing irreconcilable differences. It has been long rumored that Rossdale is in-fact gay.
“While the two of us have come to the mutual decision that we will no longer be partners in marriage Continue reading
If one good thing has come out of the heartbreaking death of Cecil the Lion, it may be it has caused Delta Air Lines to put their foot down on future shipments of exotic animal trophies.
Today, Delta, who is the only U.S. air carrier with direct flights to South Africa, is officially banning five types of trophy animals for shipment,
The statements reads,
Effective immediately, Delta will officially ban shipment of all lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo trophies worldwide as freight. Continue reading
Can we not let the poor woman rest? A photo depicting Bobbi Kristina, lying in her casket, has been sold to the highest bidder for a reported six figures. The buyer reportedly being a “media outlet.”
An unidentified guest attending Bobbi Kristina’s viewing, snapped the photo, which took place a day before her funeral, and was attended by friends and family only.
Sources say members of the Brown and Houston families are blaming each other for the leaked photo Continue reading