Yesterday actress Lark Voorhies’ mother went public with Lark’s battle with bi-polar disorderWell Lark says it simply isn’t true…
Tricia Voorhies, 64, spilled to People Magazine that she was worried about Lark after witnessing her daughter exhibit strange behavior like suddenly starring off into space and mumbling to herself in the middle of a conversation.
Lark tells People Mag that she’s doing just fine and that her ‘over-loving’ mother just worries too much.
As for the starring and mumbling episodes Lark insists she was caught during moments of prayer telling People, “I have a strong spiritual sense, You caught me in moments of pray [sic].”
Nicki Minaj sparked debate with her politically-minded verse on the remix to “Mercy.” Now President Obama himself is speaking out about the Young Money rapper’s bars backing Mitt Romney.
“I’m a Republican, voting for Mitt Romney/ You lazy bitches is fu**in’ up the economy,” rhymes Nicki on the cut off Lil Wayne’s Dedication 4 mixtape.
While some interpreted it as an endorsement of the Republican candidate, Obama viewed it as her playing a character. “I’m not sure that’s actually what happened,” he said during an interview with Power 95.3’s “Obie and Lil Shawn Morning Show.” “I think she had a song on there, a little rap that said that, but she likes to play different characters, so I don’t know what’s going on there.”
Nicki thanked the President for getting her. “Ha! Thank you for understanding my creative humor & sarcasm Mr. President, the smart ones always do… *sends love & support* @BarackObama,” she tweeted.
She was also flattered that he would take the time to react to the rap. “Awesome! Now I can tell my grandchildren that the 1st black President of the United States took the time to address a Nicki Minaj question.”
While his daughters Sasha and Malia don’t listen to Nicki’s music, the First Couple does have hip-hop on their playlists. “We have a nice hip-hop collection on our iPods,” said Obama.
Chris Brown went hard in the paint at his debut art show. Following the launch of his Dum English collectibles toy line, the “Turn Up the Music” singer displayed his street art for the first time at a VIP event at the Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Breezy and contemporary pop artist Ron English, who designed Chris’ F.A.M.E. album cover, painted a life-size Dum English astronaut sculpture in front of guests including Bow Wow.
“My first art show!” tweeted Chris, who grabbed a 5 a.m. snack at the Sprinkles cupcakes vending machine.
Proceeds from the Dum English toy line will benefit Chris’ Symphonic Love youth foundation. If successful, it will expand into other areas including sneakers.
Greg Schiano has been the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach for just three months. And you are already seeing why Rutgers fans wish he stayed.
On October 16, 2010, Rutgers defensive tackle Eric LeGrand was on the field for a kickoff return against Army. During the play, LeGrand suffered a serious neck injury that left him paralyzed from the neck down. That was the last football play of his career. His coach at the time was Greg Schiano.
Coach Schiano and the Buccaneers signed paralyzed defensive tackle Eric LeGrand. It was a symbolic and generous gesture from Schiano to his former player. Signing LeGrand was yet another example that shows what kind of a man Schiano is.
In the past 12 months, we have seen plenty of bad news in football. There were NCAA violations at Ohio State. An alleged sex abuse scandal surfaced at Penn State. The NFL punished the New Orleans Saints for their bounty program. And today, former NFL great Junior Seau was found dead from a suspected suicide.
The NFL needed some good news. Coach Schiano provided some. He brought a little honor and integrity back into the league. He should be admired and respected for repeatedly supporting his former player. Even with his fresh start in Tampa Bay, Schiano did not forget LeGrand. He remains loyal to him. He continues to help LeGrand in his time of need.
Schiano’s simple gesture sends strong messages. To his players it says, “play for me and I’ll be there for you.” To everyone else it says, “remember the important things in life.” What you see is what you get with Schiano. And I have seen a lot of good.
I’ve already stated why I think Coach Schiano will be a great head coach for the Buccaneers. The season hasn’t even started and you are already seeing why. Even if Schiano never wins a Super Bowl, he will always be a winner in my eyes. He will continue to be a great example for his players. He will win the right way. Schiano is exactly what the NFL needs right now.
For the fans, it was likely epic, exciting, and spooky all rolled up in one. On Sunday night (April 15), at the Coachella music festival, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg made history by bringing out a performing hologram of the late rapper, Tupac Shakur.
After Dr. Dre’s performed his part of “California Love,” the lights went off and a moving image of Tupac appeared and greeted Dre, Snoop, and the Coachella crowd. Hologram Tupac then performed “Hail Mary” in what some called an eerie and chilling fashion, and then lightened the mood with a duet with Snoop Dogg for “2 of America’s Most Wanted,” in which the image danced around the stage. Once that song was finished, the image of Tupac disappeared.
Video of the hologram commanded instant hits online, as fans on social networks heavily discussed the topic while watching the Coachella live stream on YouTube.
Usher might be out here telling folks that “the world deserves” a collaboration between he and Adele (his words, not mine), the British sensation herself has her eyes set on another R&B star to record with. Speaking with NRJ radio in France, Adele noted that wanted to work with the late Etta James, but she’s gone she would go with Blue Ivy Carter’s mama.
Adele said: “I adore Beyoncé, I’ve been listening to her since I was about 11. I think her work as an artist and a singer is enviable in terms of the length of her career and how she’s grown and grown, but most of my inspirations are [from] old music and sadly they have all died.”
Adele has spoke quite fondly of Beyoncé for years now, so given her stan status (compliment) it makes sense for her to say she’d like to work with Bey
Pharrell Williams customized Timberland’s Chukka Boots, now he’s given a pair of Converse Adict by Nigo White Canvas sneakers a makeover. While at the UNKNWN store in Miami, he was spotted wearing the customized shoes with red laces, Chanel logo print and several slogans. Pretty dope!!