Recently Tyrese made news for saying he felt his ex-wife would flee the country with their daughter; his ex-wife Norma has decided to speak out to MadameNoire.com about their relationship's turmoil. She stated that Tyrese was both physically and emotionally abusive to her. She also says she felt extremely irresponsible for not speaking up for years when the Ray Rice incident emerged.
"I felt so irresponsible at that moment because I wasn't taking responsibility as a woman and using my voice to perhaps alleviate those blows. It starts with words and then it becomes physical, but the words are what linger. The physical abuse heals quickly, but the emotional keeps coming back because you're so unsure of yourself."
She plans to start a women's empowerment campaign to help build self-esteem and confidence in women who experience the same issues. She also says despite what Tyrese is telling the public, she has no intention on fleeing the country with their daughter as she would never take her daughter away from her father.
Tyrese stopped by the Breakfast club to talk about several things. He ended up also discussing getting 50% custody of his daughter, if he really felt like his ex-wife would kidnap their daughter and if he abused his ex-wife
Lauryn Hill's groundbreaking debut solo album The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill already holds the honor of being the first Hip Hop album to ever win the Grammy award for "Album Of The Year." The classic 1998 LP is also receiving recognition by the Library Of Congress for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."
The LOC's National Recording Preservation Board selectedThe Miseducation to be conserved in the national library of the United States. Works by Radiohead (OK Computer), The Doors (The Doors), Sly and the Family Stone (Stand!), and Joan Baez (Joan Baez) were also chosen for the 2014 National Recording Registry.
"Congress understood the importance of protecting America's aural patrimony when it passed the National Recording Preservation Act 15 years ago," states James H. Billington of the Librarian of Congress. "By preserving these recordings, we safeguard the words, sounds and music that embody who we are as a people and a nation."
In total, 25 audio recordings were added to the registry including the singles "Stand by Me" by Ben E. King, "My Funny Valentine" by The Gerry Mulligan Quartet, and "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" by The Righteous Brothers.
Rachel Hollis is a 32-year-old mom of three, and she's not afraid to wear a bikini to the beach.
She writes a lifestyle blog called The Chic Site, and used it to share an Instagram picture of herself on the beach in a two-piece, and she's inspiring women around the world to celebrate their mom-bods.
"I have stretch marks and I wear a bikini," she wrote. "I have a belly that's permanently flabby from carrying three giant babies and I wear a bikini. My belly button is saggy... (which is something I didn't even know was possible before!!) and I wear a bikini. I wear a bikini because I'm proud of this body and every mark on it."
Check out the picture, and the rest of what she has to say.
This could be one of the most bizarre stories ever.
A woman is suing the City of New York after she was locked up unnecessarily in a psychiatric ward for eight days following the confiscation of her car by the authorities.
She admits she got a little high-strung while trying to get her BMW back from the police, but when she tried to prove what an upstanding citizen she was by showing that Barack Obama followed her on Twitter, she got locked up.
Here's the kicker - turns out that @BarackObama does follow her on Twitter - except it's not POTUS, it's one of his campaign non-profit organizations.
Still, eight days in the psych ward and a bill for $13,000 for the stay seems a bit much, don't you think?