Posts Categorized: Crime

Grammy Awards Receive Lowest Ratings Ever

Did you watch the Grammys this year ? Apparently not many people did. In fact the 2020 Grammys received low ratings and the numbers don’t lie.  The 62nd Grammy Awards received the lowest-rated show ever.  According to the ratings, the over 3-hour ceremony only had 18.7 million viewers.  When you look deeper the drop in… Read more »

In Wake Of Kobe’s Death, 50 Cent Says He’s Done Beefing

Kobe Bryant is touching lives and hearts across the world. In the wake of the tragic death of the former NBA icon many people are rethinking their relationships with spouses, friends and family.  50 Cent is done with his habit of beefing with people. The rap mogul says he’ll find another way to handle disagreements…. Read more »

Friends, Fans Pay Tribute to Kobe Bryant

The death of Kobe Bryant has taken the world by surprise and tributes are pouring in from his former teammates and friends across the world.  Former Los Angeles Laker and NBA legend Kobe Bryant died at the age of 41. He died in a helicopter crash with 8 others while heading to a basketball tournament in… Read more »

Diddy: ‘Black Music Has Never Been Respected By Grammys’

Saturday night in Los Angeles was Clive Davis’ Annual Grammy Party. Diddy was honored at the celebration. In a 45-50 minute speech, Diddy blasted the Grammys. I say this with love to the Grammys because you really need to know this. Every year y’all be killing us man. Hip Hop has never been respected by… Read more »

R. Kelly Undergoes Emergency Hernia Surgery Misses Court Date

R.Kelly briefly left MCC Chicago and was transported to the hospital. Doctors performed emergency surgery to repair a hernia. After the surgery he was transported back to jail. He was not permitted to have any visitors at the hospital. Back in September his lawyer outlined several medical issues he was facing including anxiety, numbness in… Read more »

Coco Gauff Defeats Naomi Osaka At Australian Open

Fifteen-year-old tennis prodigy Coco Gauff just pulled off her biggest win yet – upsetting reigning champ Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open. Gauff won in straight sets 6-3, 6-4 as Osaka, winner of last year’s Open, seemed off her game with 30 unforced errors during the match. Gauff reacted to the win in typical 15-year-old… Read more »

First Look At Mary J. Blige “Power” Spin-Off

Once Power ends in a few weeks, fans will have to wait until the summer to get that feeling again. The spin-off series is called Power Book II: Ghost.  Entertainment Weekly showed the first look from the set as Mary J. Blige plays a powerful businesswoman named Monet. Method Man will also star in the series that is in… Read more »

NFL to Air Video Featuring Family of Botham Jean During Super Bowl

In a new NFL partnership the league will air a Public Service Announcement (PSA) during the Super Bowl honoring the life of Dallas resident Botham Jean. The Botham Jean’s Family Foundation is featured in partnership that on Wednesday released a 2-minute video  “human cost of police brutality”. In 2018 Botham was shot is his apartment… Read more »

Chicken Nugget Bouquets For Valentine’s Day?

Flowers for Valentine’s Day can be an expensive way to say ‘I Love You.” How about appealing to your loved one’s stomach for half the price? Food bouquets are the trendy way to show you affection and also feed that someone special with their favorite snack.  Chicken nugget bouquets are the most popular. They have… Read more »

BBB Alerts Cash-Transfer App Users About Potential Risks, Scams

The Better Business Bureau is warning cash-transfer app users about potential risks and scams. The BBB suggests tying a credit card to an account rather than your bank information. This will also give you more leverage over a fraudulent transaction. The other tip is to make sure to confirm the amount and sender for payment…. Read more »