Some of the initial charges announced by Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby has been changed but all officers are charged with involuntary manslaughter, illegal arrest, reckles endangerment and misconduct assault. The officer who was driving the van that carried Gray faces the most serious charge, second-degree depraved heart murder.
The domestic violence charges against Ray Rice have been dropped, USA Today reports. Judge Michael Donio dismissed the charges after he was informed by a prosecutor that Rice completed his pretrial requirements, including $125 in fines and anger management counseling.
The former Baltimore Ravens running back was charged with third-degree assault after he was seen on surveillance video striking his then-fiancee, Janay Palmer, and then dragging her out of an elevator at the the Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ.
Rice was initially suspended for two games by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after the surveillance footage was viewed privately. Once it was posted publicly, Rice was suspended indefinitely. After appealing his suspension, he was reinstated into the league in November 2014. He still has not been signed by a team.
It's presumed that the record will be released via Jay Z's TIDAL streaming service.
Nicki Minaj has hinted at the release date for her forthcoming collaboration with Jay Z.
Answeringquestions via her Twitteraccount yesterday (May 21), Minaj let it slip that the collaboration would be released in three days time. However, shortly after posting the tweet, the Pinkprint rapper deleted it off of her page.
"What about the Jay Z collab ??" one Twitter user asked the Young Money artist.
"It's coming in 3 more days," Minaj replied.
At present, little details are known about the collaboration, but it's likely it'll be released via Jay Z's TIDAL streaming service.
Here we go again. There's more talk on the interwebs that Kanye is ready to cut business ties with Jay Z. Rumors have been flying for years that Ye and Hov are not as tight as they used to be.
Now Hits Daily Double is claiming Kanye is done with his association with Jay's Roc Nation and Tidal companies. Not only that, but the site says Kanye could be teaming with Tidal rival Apple Music for his upcoming Swish album.
Kanye West is making changes, distancing himself from Tidal, firing Roc Nation and managing himself, with an unofficial assist from the Jenner-Kardashian clan. As for Kanye's long-delayed album, there's some chatter that the release will be connected to Apple Music's launch.
Not sure about this one. Kanye did send out a tweet promoting Tidal last month, and sources in his camp already killed a previous rumor about him jumping ship from Roc Nation.
But if this is true that's a major image blow for Tidal since Kanye was one of the stars on stage with Jay when he announced the company. Guess that would mean the Watch The Throne 2 album will never happen either.
When you think of David Letterman, one of the first three things to come to mind has to be his nightly Top 10 lists.
And what better topic for his last Top 10 than the Top 10 Things I've Always Wanted to Say to David Letterman.
And who better to pronounce these than good friends to Dave and his program, like Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Peyton Manning, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Barbara Walters and Alec Baldwin.