Murder Trial Begins for 3 White Men in Killing of Ahmaud Arbery

  Jury selection is scheduled to begin today in Brunswick, GA, in the trial of three White men charged in the murder of African American jogger Ahmaud Arbery. Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael, and William “Roddie” Bryan face nine charges, which include malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault, and false imprisonment. Sunday, February 23, 2020, while out on for a run in a Brunswick suburb, 25-year old Ahmaud Arbery was chased down in a pickup truck and shot by armed 67-year-old Gregory McMichael and his 35-year-old son, Travis. The video of the…

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Nick Cannon’s Talk Show Fails to Impress Viewers, Not Likely to Replace Wendy Williams

Nick Cannon’s new daytime talk show has reportedly failed to impress viewers and is unlikely to replace Wendy Williams, according to reports.   Radar writes: “The Masked Singer host reportedly brought in a measly 400,000 viewers a day for his first week of broadcast late last month, landing the self-titled series at the bottom of the talk show pack.”   Per the report, Cannon’s new talk show also received a slew of devastating reviews, with Showbiz 411 writing: “Cannon’s recent past supporting Louis Farrakhan and making anti- semitic statements won’t…

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NBA’s Kyrie Irving Could Earn Up to $19M Without Playing Amid Vaccine Controversy

*We previously reported that Kyrie Irving will not play with the Brooklyn Nets because a New York mandate requires athletes on the city’s pro teams to be vaccinated against COVID-19, and he refuses to get one.    Irving, a seven-time NBA All-Star, is not eligible to play in NBA games in New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles due to local coronavirus protocol. He stands to lose about $380,000 per game and more than $15 million if he continues to refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The NBA star still…

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Jay Williams Reveals He Got Death Threats for Defending Kyrie Irving

Previously, Stephen A. Smith and Jay Williams got into a heated exchange over Kyrie Irving and the issues the player is dealing with in terms of the COVID-19 vaccine. Smith went on to say, “I’ve been covering the NBA now for almost 25 years. This is some of the stupidest nonsense I’ve ever seen. Just flat-out stupid.” Williams responded and went on to defend Irving for his takes. Since then, Williams revealed he received death threats for defending Kyrie Irving. While speaking to TMZ, Williams spoke on the backlash he’s been receiving,…

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Summer Walker Responds To Fans Criticizing Her New Non-Sad Single–‘Leave Me Alone’

Last week the “Over It” album maker dropped her highly-anticipated single “Ex For A Reason” produced by Sean Garrett featuring City Girls rapper JT. On the track, the ladies talk breakups and a man “that got his attention all over the place”—“I hope y’all learn from my mistakes,” sings Summer.   “That b*** our ex (Your ex), for a reason though (Reason though),” is the hook. “Try me, trespass, Guaranteed to beat yo a** (Oh, oh) That b*** your ex (Your ex), for a reason though (Reason though). It’s too much for her…

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600 Breezy Addresses King Von and Quando Rondo Incident

‘;   The loss of King Von following an alleged fight with Quando Rondo has found many in the hip hop community as well Chicago mourning the loss of Von. The rapper reportedly got into an argument with Quando Rondo that was allegedly a one-on-one fight that ultimately morphed into a shooting. Since then, Quando Rondo affiliate Lul Tim was arrested for the incident and released on bond. Now, 600 Breezy has commented on the unfortunate incident and gave his thoughts on why things turned out how they did. While on…

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Jussie Smollett Trial Set For November, After Judge Refuses to Dismiss Case

  In July, it was noted that Jussie Smollett was back in court to face renewed charges for an alleged 2019 hate crime incident where he allegedly lied to law enforcement about a racist and homophobic attack. Now, reports surfaced noting Smollett recently appeared in front of a judge and asked to get his criminal case dismissed. The actor’s request was denied. Smollett’s attorney went on to say the actor’s rights were violated since he already did community service and forfeited a $10,000 bond in a previous deal to drop charges against…

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RZA Says 2Pac Was More Dangerous As a Rapper Than Notorious B.I.G.

‘;   RZA and Wu-Tang Clan have been making waves with the Hulu series ‘Wu-Tang: American Saga.’ Since then, RZA has been on a press run, giving his thoughts on music, life, and spirituality. During an interview with ‘The Art of Dialogue,’ RZA was asked about The Notorious BIG and Tupac Shakur. RZA was very candid about his thoughts on both rappers and went on to say he thinks 2 Pac was more dangerous as an emcee than Biggie. RZA said, “You go to Pac, once again, immaculate voice, but…

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Meek Mill Says He Would Rather Be Taken Off Billboard Chart

‘; Meek Mill has recently been doing press for his latest album ‘Expensive Pain.’ The project faced backlash for album cover art, which people were able to get past, with many defending the work. Despite the moment, Meek’s album debuted at number 3 on the Billboard Charts right behind Taylor Swift and Drake. However, Meek has noted he doesn’t care for the Billboard chart, noting he only wants his status and success to be measured by how consumers of his work feel about it. While speaking to Complex, Meek Mill went…

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L.A. County Requests Vanessa Bryant Take Psych Exam For Crash Lawsuit

Earlier this year, Vanessa Bryant settled a wrongful lawsuit against Island Express helicopters, the company that operated the helicopter which was transporting Kobe and Gianna Bryant. Since then, Vanessa Bryant along with others filed a lawsuit which is reportedly going to trial. The suit is over leaked photos of Kobe Bryant’s helicopter crash. Now, Los Angeles County reportedly wants Vanessa Bryant to take a psychiatric exam for her lawsuit. This past Friday, L.A. County filed a motion claiming that independent medical examinations will be needed to prove “severe emotional and mental…

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