Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Beyonce looks HUGE-Now when is the baby Due again?

Beyonce at a clothing store on security cameras this week

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

March 2012 movie with Black Stars-Think like a Man!

KOBE loved his Wife Vanessa so much There is no Pre-nup!

So now that Kobe and Vanessa are getting divorced he basically will pay 100 million or more for being married to a latina teenager he met when she was 17 for 10 years..........advice to kobe : dont get married again cause you will cheat on those you love ...anyway

Dutch Mag Calls Rihanna " NIGGA BITCH" !

The parlour mag started the Rihanna article like you see below:

N—A B—H. She has street cred, she has a ghetto ass and she has a golden throat. Rihanna, the good girl gone bad, is the ultimate n—a b—h and displays that gladly, and for her that means: what’s on can come off. If that means she’ll be on stage half naked, then so be it. But Dutch winters aren’t like Jamaican ones, so pick a clothing style in which your daughter can resist minus ten. No to the big sunglasses and the pornheels, and yes to the tiger print, pink shizzle and everything that glitters. Now let’s hope she won’t beat anybody up at daycare.”

Can you believe the Dutch mag said this? are black people to blame for calling themselves niggas? so when a foreign media company lets the editor get by with printing this , they call it a joke?

The article also stated that Rihanna was from Jamaica — an insult of the highest order to Barbadians who think they’re above Jamaicans.
Rihanna’s fans inundated the magazine’s office with emails, phone calls and online messages expressing their outrage. Rihanna, who was alerted to the magazine’s content by her Twitter followers, reacted with a series of angry tweets on her page.
“I hope u can read english, because your magazine is a poor representation of the evolution of human rights! I find you disrespectful and rather desperate!! You ran out of legit, civilized information to print!” she wrote on Twitter.
“There are 1000′s of Dutch girls who would love to be recognized for their contributions to your country, you could have given them an article. Instead, u paid to print one degrading an entire race! That’s your contribution to this world! To encourage segregation, to mislead the future leaders to act in the past! You put two words together, with the intent of abasement, that made no sense … ‘N—a Bitch’?!….Well with all respect, on behalf of my race, here are my two words for you … F— YOU!!!” Source
The magazine’s embarrassed editor took to Facebook to apologize profusely to the singer and her fans. Editor-in-chief, Eva Hoeke, wrote: “First: thanks for all your responses. We are of course very fed up over this and especially very shocked. However I’m glad that we’re engaging in a dialogue on this page — not everybody does that. Thanks for this. Other than that I can be brief about this: this should have never happened. Period.”
Hoeke also implied that the racist insults toward Rihanna were meant as a joke, especially since Rihanna, and blacks in general, use the most degrading terms when referring to ourselves.

The Kardashian Holiday card is SO FAKE

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

New Music Review RnB for 2102


Chris Brown – Wait For You (full) – listen
Chris Brown is already working on a new album, a follow-up to his latest album, Fame, entitled Fortune. He already released a first single, “Strip,” and considering how often Chris is in the studio writing and recording, it’s no telling whether or not this new track, “Wait For You,” will be featured on the album.
Brandy – Silent Night (full) – listen
This track got posted a little while ago, but here’s the final version of Brandy’s track, “Silent Night,” produced by Kadis & Sean. Brandy is presently in the studio working on the follow up to her last album, Human. No word on the album title or a solid date, but Brandy has been Ustreaming with Sean Garrett, and hopes to release a single at the top of 2012.
Kevin Cossom – Where You Are (full) – listen
Kevin Cossom has been trying to boost his visibility. Doing interviews and tracks leaking, and he also mentioned that he’s working on a second mixtape, Hook vs. Bridge 2. Check out this new track entitled “Where You Are.” Not positive on who the producer is, considering that Kevin’s relationships with several producers, given his influence as a writer, is great.
Pleasure P – More (full) – listen
Former Pretty Ricky member Pleasure P is working on his sophomore album, Pleasure Principles. Here’s a brand new track, “More,” produced by hitmaker Jim Jonsin, who has been responsible for some huge hits over the past couple of years. Still no solid release, but P hopes to drop his album next year.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011


Nov 8 2011 7:54 PM EST 3,415

Heavy D: He Did His Own Thang

We reflect on late hip-hop legend's career and impact on the next generation.

There was this odd but super cool sound that rolled off Heavy D's tongue that we all tried to emulate. It was his melodic calling card; it was the key thing he inserted into Heavy D & the Boyz' "We Got Our Own Thang."
Its significance was cemented in pop culture when he guest-starred in a 1989 episode of one of the era's hottest sitcoms, "A Different World." He was set to be a featured performer at a fundraiser on the show, and the pompous, pretentious Whitley wasn't having it.
"I'll tell you what lacks melody is that diddly diddly diddly diddly diddly dee," she drawled, displaying her disgust for hip-hop, completely unaware that she was, in fact, bemoaning Heavy D himself.
Heav, playing a caricature of himself (and an old junior high friend of Dwayne Wayne), laughed and shrugged it off. We all chuckled with the laugh track as Whitley realized her mistake and Heavy showed her the right way to do the thing that had all of us — in the 'hood, in the 'burbs and in the sticks — trying to copy him every time we heard one of his wicked, uptempo tracks. We next see him onstage, doing that infamous Heavy D shake, performing the track "Somebody for Me," the single that questioned — and longed for — a woman's affections for the man who dubbed himself the Overweight Lover.

Heavy D, born Dwight Arrington Myers, died Tuesday (November 8) at an L.A. hospital. He was a young 44.
TMZ is reporting that a 911 call was placed from his Beverly Hills home around 11:25 a.m. PT to report an unconscious male on the walkway. When help arrived, the entertainer was conscious and speaking and was taken to the hospital.
He died shortly thereafter.
Heav was that kind of touchable performer. We felt comfortable with his Overweight Lover nickname — he was the big guy who could move. His size never stopped him. He moved in ways that intimidated the slimmest dude in the crowd.
He was smooth, dapper and celebrated the around-the-way-girl through song; his music helped soundtrack 10th-grade dances near and far, and his colorful, danceable and at times sensitive brand of hip-hop clearly proved to be wildly influential to new-millennium household names like Diddy or Drake.
In fact, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who came up after Heavy D that doesn't cite him as an influence — and if they didn't say it out loud, their showmanship certainly was a giveaway.
He brought professionalism to live hip-hop shows, and because he fancied a variety of music and musical stylings, his shows were thought-out, deliberate and defined all that New Jack Swing embodied.

Heavy brought the bounce to hip-hop and his smooth delivery made every woman look at big boys with new eyes. He was sexy — so were his lyrics, and so was his style. He was one of few rappers to collaborate with Michael Jackson (he rapped on "Jam"), and we all applauded when he linked up with Janet Jackson for an "Alright" remix.
His death is tragic for a number of reasons. Until last month, we hadn't seen Heavy perform live onstage in 15 years. When he hit the stage back in October for the BET Hip Hop Awards, he showed the young guys that he could still swing with the new New Jacks.
He also showed off an amazing 135-pound weight loss, but his hip-hop moniker was still fitting for a guy who gave so much to a musical genre that continues to shape pop culture.
Even past his hit-producing hip-hop prime, Heavy continued to be a force in entertainment. He'd often dabbled in film and television, and most recently. we saw him in an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and the just-released "Tower Heist."
Some of hip-hop's biggest luminaries tweeted their affections for the rapper Tuesday. It was undeniable what he brought to the genre.
He was one of the biggest who ever did it — and he got there because he did his own thang.

Monday, November 7, 2011


Nov 7 2011 4:19 PM EST 14,496

Conrad Murray Found Guilty In Michael Jackson's Death

Jury took nearly nine hours to return a verdict against Jackson's former doctor.

After nearly six weeks of testimony and several gasp-inducing courtroom moments, the jury in the involuntary manslaughter trial against formerMichael Jackson doctor Conrad Murray rendered a guilty verdict Monday (November 7) after almost nine hours of deliberation.
The verdict came after 49 witnesses took the stand and the prosecution presented often-bruising testimony against Murray, a cardiologist with clinics in Texas and Las Vegas who was recruited in 2009 by Jackson to help the then-50-year-old star stay healthy in the run-up to his planned 50-date comeback tour, This Is It.

The prosecution brought a long list of medical experts and emergency-room doctors to the stand to testify that Murray had not followed proper procedure in dealing with Jackson when the singer was in distress on the morning of June 25, 2009. They also presented evidence that the care Murray provided for Jackson in the weeks and months leading up to that fateful morning were substandard or outside the bounds of legal and ethical requirements. The witnesses concluded that Murray lacked the proper monitoring equipmentto administer the surgical anesthetic propofol to Jackson, an off-label use of the intravenously delivered drug that was reportedly employed to help chronic insomniac Jackson get to sleep.
Investigators found that Murray ordered nearly 4 gallons of propofol in his treatment regimen for Jackson and administered the drug inside the singer's rented home, a practice that all the prosecution experts said was unheard of. Jurors also heard testimony about how Murray left Jackson's bedroom for a period after providing him with propofol and spent his time making calls and sending texts to a former girlfriend. When he realized Jackson was in distress, Murray gave the pop star CPR on a bed, a decision that also deviated from the suggested method requiring a hard surface under the patient.
Murray was additionally faulted for waiting more than 20 minutes to call 911, not keeping proper records and failing to tell the paramedics and ER doctors that he had given Jackson propofol.
While prosecution witnesses claimed Murray acted with "gross negligence" in treating Jackson, the physician's own team of lawyers countered with astring of defense witnesses who called into question claims made by Jackson's bodyguard that he requested that staffers hide bottles of propofol before he dialed 911. Other character witnesses testified to the generous, attentive nature of Murray's medical practice, while expert defense witnesses cast doubt on the theories about Jackson's death provided by the prosecution's star witness, Dr. Steven Shafer.
Murray, who was slated to make $150,000 a month to care for Jackson, had pleaded not guilty to the single felony charge and is now facing four years in prison. But new sentencing laws in California aimed at mandatorily reducing state prison overcrowding mean that, as a nonviolent offender with no prior record, he is likely to be sentenced to county jail instead. If that is the case, his sentence could be reduced further.
He also still faces a civil lawsuit brought by MJ's father, Joseph Jackson, which seeks financial restitution. Both Joseph Jackson and Michael's mother, Katherine, were on hand to hear Monday's verdict, along with several of the singer's siblings and a throng of sign-waving fans gathered in support of both Jackson and Murray.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

STEVE JOBS -HE always thought WHY NOT -R.I.P.

The Me Generation is dead. The iGeneration rules.
Jobs and the products he masterminded at Apple (AAPL) created a world in which a generation of young people has grown up knowing that the i's have it. iPods. iTunes. iPhones. iPads. Anyone born since the mid-1990s has lived a life influenced from the beginning by Jobs in ways subtle and not.
For as long as the iGeneration can remember, an infinite series of mobile devices has emanated from 1 Infinite Loop, providing kids with the tools to connect and collaborate with one another while expressing themselves to the world -- a feat that can be awkward and difficult for any adolescent to pull off.
"You know how they say, 'Oh, the kids are the future,' " Iberys Iglesias, 16, asks? "He's given us things to better our future."
Iglesias, a junior at Cupertino's Homestead High School, which happens to be Jobs' alma mater, says the Apple co-founder has given her generation the tools to "go more full out."
It's not often that an iconic force comes along and changes everything for an entire generation. The Beatles, for Jobs and his boomer cohort. And now Jobs, for


Iglesias and her iGeneration cohort.
It makes sense that teens would embrace Jobs and the products he helped produce. Jobs was a lot of things. But he was not a phony. Kids embrace genuineness. They can smell a pretender a mile away.
They also gravitate to those who understand that things don't have to be done the way they've always been done; that in fact the only way to move forward is to ignore the confines of conformity.
Of course, the connection starts with the products, which are undeniably cool in the eyes of a set for which cool really matters. Many in the iGeneration started school about the time computer labs were being outfitted with the fruity-colored iMacs that Jobs introduced after his 1996 return to Apple. Next came an iPod or an iPhone for a birthday present or graduation gift. And then came iTunes and the era of listening to whatever music you wanted to, whenever you wanted to.

WHAT a BODY ! Kim Kardashian checks her Dress

Monday, September 26, 2011

JAY -Z announces Name Change of his NBA Team to BROOKLYN NETS

JAY-Z held a press conference this morning to announce histeam’s name change from New Jersey Nets to Brooklyn Nets. He also announced he will be performing 8 concerts to welcome the newly renamed team to its new home at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
In an effort to draw the big corporate money to Brooklyn, the team also announced it’s selling “all-access” passes to the team’s VIP lounge. The VIP passes, arer only $15,400 a ticket & will also give you backstage access to Jay Z’s 8 concerts.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011




Tuesday, August 23, 2011



Motown legend Nickolas Ashford -- part of the singer-songwriter duo Ashford and Simpson -- who penned several iconic hits, including "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" -- died yesterday after a battle with throat cancer.

In addition to "Ain't No Mountain", Ashford co-wrote several songs with his wife Valerie Simpson -- including, "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing", "Solid (As a Rock)," "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" and "I'm Every Woman."

The Songwriters Hall of Fame inducted Ashford and Simpson in 2002 -- calling them "one of the most prolific and versatile musical couples in recording history."

Ashford was 70. 

Wednesday, August 17, 2011


U2 frontman and humanitarian Bono can treat the money he lost seeding Spiderman: Turn of The Dark as pocket change now that his 1.5 percent stock ownership of Facebook has turned into $1 Billion dollars! 
Bono invested in Facebook in 2009, buying $210 Million in shares, nearly a third of his net worth which is valued at $900 million by 2010 estimates. 
According to reports, Facebook has recently been valued at $65 Billion which means Bono and his firm’s shares are worth an estimated $975 Million. 
Facebook shares are not available on the public markets but are traded on SharesPost. SharePost connects private companies with investors before a company goes public. 
This report comes on the heels of Bono and his U2 band mates being named the world’s highest-earning musicians by Forbes making $195 Million over the past 12 months. 
And there you have it, did YOU know this gut was that stinky rich?

Monday, August 1, 2011


Ron Artest, the 31-year-old NBA basketball player for the Lakers, is changing his name to Metta World Peace.
The eccentric move was revealed by celebrity news site but does not take effect until August 26, giving Artest time to make the required public declarations in his local newspaper.

It's about star power, you know, it's all about that positive energy, I've been doing so many positive things lately," he said.
"It's not about changing my image, I always tell people I'll never change, I'm still the same dude from the 'hood.
 "But it's about doing different things and being inspirational, I love being inspirational."

Artest joined the Lakers in 2009, on a five-year deal worth $33 million that has proved something of a personal and sporting renaissance for the fiery player.

"I want to thank my doctor ... my psychiatrist, she really helped me relax a lot," he told a television reporter on court.
"Thank you so much, it's so difficult to play ... there's so much commotion going in the play-offs, and she helped me relax."

Artest also told TMZ he chose Metta - a Buddhist term that means loving kindness - in his name because he wanted his fans to think about what it could mean.
"(We) wanted people to research it, and actually see what it means," he said.
"I'm still having fun, it's not like I'm preaching and I'm Gandhi ... it's just fun, all postive energy."

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Latoya Jackson says Michael was Murdered !

La Toya Jackson is convinced her brother Michael was murdered. From the bottom of her heart, murdered. And she knows who did it. The second half of Jackson's memoir, 'Starting Over,' deals with her gradual reconciliation with her famous family, specifically Michael. The outspoken singer-actress pulled no punches when PopEater caught up with her to discuss her controversial theories about the King of Pop's death and her belief that Dr. Conrad Murray was just a "fall guy" in an insidious conspiracy to kill. Why? To attain the bottomless pot of gold that is MJ's song catalog. And who told her this was going to happen? Michael. She tells us she's fighting this fight, even if it's unpopular within her family, because she wants what's best for Michael's three orphans. "Michael always used to say, 'La Toya I want to leave everything to my kids,' and here they have absolutely nothing," she said.

You think Michael was murdered.
Yes, I do. I believe that from the bottom of my heart. The people that he told me were going to murder him are behind his murder. They know that. They know who they are. They're controlling his estate now.

(Two people control Michael's estate, executors John Branca and John McClain.)

You believe it was over his publishing catalog.
That's what he told me. Within a week of his death people he had eradicated from his life completely, came in lurking, asking questions about the catalog, speaking to the attorney who controls the catalog. My brother Michael was clean (when he died), he had no drugs in his system, he was leading a good life. He was unhappy with the way people were treating him. The coroner said there was nothing in him except for the propofol which was pumped in his body and it was enough to kill an elephant.

Dr. Murray was simply the fall guy, there were people behind it. It was a conspiracy and they know that. I want to have a one-on-one with Dr. Murray. I would love to sit down and talk with him.

You say the English tour was fishy.
First of all he told me he never would do a tour again because he said they would assassinate him if he was on stage. He finally agreed to ten shows which he didn't want to do but he agreed and he wakes up overnight and there's 50 shows and they told him he had to do them. They knew he wasn't capable of them, they knew he wasn't healthy enough. He had a kidney problem, he was extremely thin, he was always freezing. They knew what they were doing. This isn't what I'm thinking, these are facts.

How does your family feel about you saying this?
When you lose a loved one, everybody is so hurt and there were some that said, 'Oh he's dead, let it be and move on,' but no, I need to find out what happened. My mother and father have always been for me and on my side and telling me they're so proud of me, to keep fighting. I love that, it gives me the tenacity to keep fighting and for his children. Michael always used to say, 'La Toya I want to leave everything to my kids,' and here they have absolutely nothing.

How are his children doing?
They're doing very well thank you. I'm very proud of them. It was my mother's decision to unmask them. She felt like she wanted them to be normal. However I understand why Michael did it. He wanted his kids to have the freedom to go out and not be recognized when they weren't with him.

The first half of La Toya's 'Starting Over' deals with her nightmare marriage/union with Jack Gordon. Read my discussion with her here.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Beyonce's new CD is out !

( -- If show business were high school (and isn't it, really?), Beyoncé would be a front-runner for valedictorian.
She's a class act on and off the charts, a can-do girl who shares her gifts with everyone while keeping her beyond-fabulous life -- the Obamas on speed dial, Jay-Z at the dinner table -- largely to herself.
Over the course of her three previous records, she's matured from Destiny's Child-hood into a formidable solo hitmaker with two of pop music's most transcendent chart-toppers, ''Crazy in Love'' and ''Single Ladies,'' tucked in the pocket of her Deréon jeans.
"I don't know much about guns/But I, I've been shot by you,'' she sings on ''1+1,'' as if the love bullet were actually breaking skin. Vocally, she's never sounded better -- throaty and precise -- but some other songs here just aren't her equal.
While those efforts at least aim high, a few of "4"'s lesser tracks feel like they were unsuccessfully bred in studio captivity for mass consumption. The familiar lite-FM bombast of ''Best Thing I Never Had'' proves her 2006 hit ''Irreplaceable'' is just that.
And when the 29 year old mimics Luther Vandross and Diana Ross on the charmingly goofy one-two of ''Love on Top'' and ''Rather Die Young,'' she gets lost in her idols' polyester-swathed shadows.
Unsurprisingly, Beyoncé is at her best when she sounds like no one but herself. She takes her trusty freakum dress out of mothballs for the marching-band funk of ''Countdown,'' which includes such joy-inducing non-lyrics as ''Me and my boof, and my boof boof riding.''
And the terrific ''End of Time'' seethes with off-balance harmonies, MJ-style "Off the Wall" horns and a bionic Bo Diddley beat, all while Bey howls her eternal love to everyone and no one in particular.
It's exactly the kind of genre-busting risk that few other current pop stars would even attempt, let alone pull off flawlessly with a no-big-thing shrug. With more moments like that, "4" might have been an album fully worthy of her talent. As it is, though, even star students get the occasional B.