Back in April model / actress Eva Marcille was granted a restraining order against her baby father, singer Kevin McCall.
Is Kevin the real one who needed the restraining order…?
A couple days ago Angela Simmons posted theater tickets from an evening showing of ‘Gone Girl’ branding the antagonist a ‘crazy lady.’
That’s when Kevin reposted Angela’ review and said, “Some of us men go thru that in real life,” leading many to believe he was referring to his troubled relationships with Eva Marcille.
After a phone call from Atlanta rapper T.I., Snoop Dogg apologizes to Australian rapper Iggy Azalea for roasting her over an open fire. If you haven’t heard Iggy and Snoop were involved an a heated exchange of words through tweets and instagram memes. It all started when Snoop posted this pic of Iggy:
Over the past few days Snoop Dog has been dragging Iggy Azalea through the mud and then abruptly changed his tune and apologized after talking to Iggy’s sponsor, T.I.
In anticipation of their upcoming tour, Trey Songz and Chris Brown released remixes over some of today’s hottest records. They’ve created some sex drenched lyrics for ScHoolboy Q’s “Studio” and also took a stab at TeeFLii’s DJ Mustard-produced single “24 Hours.” Take a listen to the tracks below:
Last month there were rumors that The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks was waiting until her husband Apollo Nida was tucked away safely in prison before filing for divorce.
Phaedra just confirmed her divorce plans…
Phaedra’s rep Steve Honig tells E! News exclusively,
“Mrs. Parks has retained an attorney with the intent of amicably ending her marriage.”
Phaedra’s husband Apollo is currently serving an 8 year prison sentence for identity theft and bank fraud.
Sources have confirmed with Billboard that Katy Perry will hit the stage at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, when Super Bowl XLIX takes place on February 1, 2015.
Perry was one of three finalists, including Rihanna and Coldplay, that the NFL reportedly shortlisted for the big sporting spectacle. At the time, the National Football League also reportedly would ask artists to pay for the coveted halftime slot, after last year’s Super Bowl drew in a record-setting 111.5 million viewers and previous performers received a large boost in sales, touring, etc.
Nas’ “Time Is Illmatic” documentary is out now on Video On-Demand, and is currently being screened in theaters across the country, recently stopping at the Lincoln Theatre here in DC. Giving fans an inside look into the documentary, Hennessy caught up with the brains behind it all, writer Erik Parker and director One9. The pair talk about how the idea came about, persuading Nas to get on board with the project, and how it took over a decade to finish.