From the minute that he called himself a ‘Cablinasian’, I knew there was something wrong with that dude.
Remember the R&B group City High that hit big in the early 2000s with the singles “Caramel” and “What Would You Do?”
Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie are putting together a re-recording of the 1985 charity single, “We Are The World.”
After word spread yesterday that Kanye had been banned from tonight’s telethon benefiting Haiti on MTV, reps from the network are denying it.
Wyclef Jean was on the Oprah show. He gave a vivid description of what he saw and provided camera footage that he had from his trip.
For details about the “Celebretard Takes On Washington” episode that erupted on Twitter today, check below.
From The Chicago Sun-Times A south suburban Hazel Crest man has been charged after he allegedly bit a Chicago Police officer in the chest during a fight outside Gibsons Bar and Steakhouse in the Near North Side Gold Coast neighborhood Sunday night, police said.
EASTON, Pa. – An eastern Pennsylvania man was charged after he allegedly broke into a home, cut his hair and prepared fried chicken before being discovered.
From BET.com: A Georgia boxing and wrestling promoter is establishing an all-White basketball league, saying it’s time to restore “sanity” and “fundamentals” to a game that has been hijacked by undisciplined thugs.
In the wake of the devastating earthquake that has killed tens of thousands in Haiti, one woman was found alive after six days, trapped under the rubble of a collapsed bank.
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. – More than 40 years after her family was forced from their home because they were black, Sallie Sanders received the keys to a new house built to settle one of the longest-running cases of housing discrimination in the United States.
Despite being verbally attacked by a contestant who said she couldn’t sing, Mary J. Blige says her time as a judge on American Idol was “so much fun,” but hard at the same time.