There just may be a sequel for the film 'Four Brothers' on the way! Tyrese shared the news that he had a recent meeting about the possible sequel. It could be nice to see Mark Wahlberg, Tyrese, and André 3000 reunite on the big screen! Will you be watching? We wonder which brother will step up to avenge their mother and now brother's death!
Taylor Swift put her foot in her mouth after speaking out of turn with Nicki Minaj. SMH.
But, it may be too little, too late.
Rumor has it, Rihanna is working on an actual diss track against the pop star. Sources say the song will be brutal and aggressive. I wonder what she did to RiRi? Weren't they both in the same Illuminati Gang a few years ago?
What Rihanna hopes to gain from this would be unclear. Hopefully she gets it off her chest and move on with some more naked pictures or something.
According to reports, Rihanna attempted to have a free concert for Freddie Gray, but was prevented by Baltimore police.
Freddie Gray is the 25-year-old African American male that was slain by six BPD officers in April.
Rihanna tried to go to Baltimore the week after the city uprising and protesting, but internal police emails have been released showing police opposed the show.
The UK Sun revealed that in a May 1 email Captain Eric Kowalczyk had a conversation with a representative of Rihanna. In the convo, the rep stated Rihanna would come to the embattled city in non-traditional ways "in an effort to divert press/media she will be traveling to the city by train (or by car if necessary)".
According to The Sun, "The email was forwarded to Anthony Batts, the then Baltimore police commissioner, and Kevin Harris, a spokesman for the mayor of Baltimore, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake."
Ultimately, when the concert went up the chain, it was shot down. "Possible Rihanna Concert at Penn & North," it read. "No time given. Police are claiming they have no permit so it will not be allowed."
Through social media, Rihanna has supported movements to support victims of police brutality.
"I talk to Nicki a lot," Birdman says. "Me and Nicki like brother-sister type relationship. I just like the fact that she's just quiet about it. She wants to be better than what she is. That's what I like about her. She a pure, real, hustler."
"What Nicki Minaj is doing, we've never seen this before ever in life. She's one of the most talented people we have, that's a female, on this planet," he says.
Nicki Minaj also spoke highly of Angie Martinez for the way she handled the interview.
As Nick Gordon grieves the passing of his love, Bobbi Kristina Brown, he has been hit with more bad news. A District Attorney is seeking to charge him with involuntary manslaughter in Brown's death, TMZ reports.
Gordon is facing this charge because he allegedly arranged for he and Brown to get drugs the January morning she was found face down in her bath tub. Gordon admitted that they both used drugs that morning. Prosecutors are reportedly targeting him because he was fully aware of the 22-year-old's drug problem and knew that she would use drugs until she lost consciousness but still obtained drugs for her anyway.
Another person who was in their home that same day, Max Lomas, will play a crucial role in the case. Lomas is already facing two unrelated drug charges and will be offered probation and immunity in Brown's case if he tells authorities what happened the morning of Jan. 31st before Brown's body was found.
Brown died on July 26th at the Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, GA.
Police in Stratford, Connecticut arrested an 81-year-old man on Monday.
According to the Associated Press, he was charged with public indecency, because he was allegedly "performing a sex act with some shrubbery."
As the story goes, the man was in his yard with the shrub. A neighbor videotaped the performance, called the man out, the man covered himself up with the top of a barbecue grill and went into his own house.
Here's hoping the barbecue grill wasn't in use at the time, otherwise we've got an entirely different weinie roast going on.
He was released on a $10,000 bond and has to return to court on August 5.
And according to the story, he didn't immediately return a call to the Associated Press.