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Tyga doesn't have to worry about rent anymore: Kylie Jenner has moved into her $2.7 million mansion. Kylie was originally planning to move into the luxurious pad when she turned 18-years-old, but with two months to go until she reaches the milestone, she has already made the big move.
Young Money’s Drake could not avoid his connection to the Kardashian-Jenner celebrity family this past weekend after being spotted with Kendall Jenner in London. According to reports, Drizzy and various other high-profile hip-hop artists hooked up with Jenner following a Wireless Festival bill. After the festival, the rapper headed over to "Chinawhite nightclub," where he DJ’d. Sources say the group included several famous Jenner pals — Gigi Hadid, Joe Jonas, Rita Ora, and racers Lewis Hamilton and Tommy Hill. We’re told they tore through at least 25 bottles of booze — including champagne, vodka, tequila, and cognac and Drake took care of the bill … which came out to $15,000, plus an additional $1,000 for tip.
Jada Pinkett Smith thinks of music as her ''mistress." The actress who is best known for her work in the film and television industries - has admitted she does enjoy an 'affair' with music from time to time.
Dwayne Johnson's home life is ''solid." The actor says things are perfect with his girlfriend Lauren Hashian and 13-year-old daughter Simone, who he has from a previous relationship. He said: ''I've lived with my longtime girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, going on, like, eight or nine years now and things couldn't be better."
Idris Elba has long been rumored to be the next in line to play James Bond once Daniel Craig steps down from the franchise later this year. But while ‘The Wire’ actor has previously stated he would take on the role, Elba has now dismissed any rumours as pure speculation. Allegedly, Elba is in the running with Damien Lewis (Homeland); Lewis portrayed Brody on "Homeland."
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UPDATE! "BLACK HOLLYWOOD CONSPIRACY THEORY"
Rumors have always circulated regarding Yvonne Fair's mysterious death in a Las Vegas hotel room. Was it an accidental death or was it murder? The cause of death remains undetermined (professional hit?) and undisclosed.
Fair was one of the world's greatest soul singers although she was underrated. Fair was best known for her 1976 recording of "It Should Have Been Me."
Her album "A Bitch Is Black," is considered the best funk album ever recorded by a female artist.
Marvin Gaye sung background on the song "Get Down," and Fair was the first female artist to record the Stevie Wonder penned "Tell Me Something Good." Chaka Khan's version would sell more units.
Fair was before her time, her lyrics were too raw and gritty; similar to Millie Jackson.
When she appeared on Soul Train to promote the album, she was barefoot and attired in a cave girl costume.
Tammi Terrell and Yvonne Fair had a lot in common, they both had abusive relationships with James Brown and they both left his revue to join Motown. Fair had two children: Leroy Fair Jr. and (with James Brown) Venisha Brown.
Although the women had both dated James Brown, they eventually became friends. Fair was also close friends with singer Mary Wells.
Fair would open for the Jackson 5 and the Commodores were her backing band.
Fair would marry Sammy Strain of the O'Jays (far right) and she would have a cameo role in "Lady Sings The Blues."
A few years later, Fair would fall off the radar.
Rumor had it that she worked as a wardrobe mistress for Dionne Warwick before her death.
Tika Sumpter (above) portrayed Fair in the James Brown biopic "Get On Up!"
Yvonne Fair died, aged 51, from undisclosed and undetermined causes in Las Vegas, Nevada, on March 6, 1994. She was 51.
Her death remains an unsolved mystery.
Due to popular demand (overseas), her 1975 landmark album "The Bitch Is Black," was re-released on CD for the first time in 40 years later.
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"NFL PROSPECT ALMOST RAILROADED IN RAE CARRUTH TYPE SCENARIO"
Police in Louisiana want to talk to an LSU football star projected to be selected in the first round of the NFL draft, after a pregnant woman linked to him was shot and killed in her home.
La'el Collins, a three-year starter and by some accounts the best offensive lineman in the draft, has not been named as a suspect in the shooting of Brittney Mills, 29, Friday night in the doorway of her Baton Rouge home, but police in Baton Rouge say they want to talk to him. Collins, 21, is believed to have been romantically linked to Mills, but it is unclear if the baby, who survived, is his.
“There are numerous other people who are going to be interviewed,” Baton Rouge Police spokesman Lt. Johnny Dunnam told the Baton Rouge Advocate. “So he is one of many.”
Police also are interested in the results of a pregnancy test that could identify Collins as the father, Dunnam told the Shreveport Times.
First responders arrived at Mills' apartment shortly after 10:30 p.m. Friday found the residence door ajar and Mills, who was eight months' pregnant, dead from multiple gunshot wounds to the torso. Mills' body was rushed to a hospital, where her unborn son was successfully delivered. On Saturday, his condition stabilized, and officials say he is expected to live.
Jim Boren, the attorney for the 6 foot, 5 inch, 305-pound Collins, said he has been in touch with Baton Rouge detectives and said Collins, who is in Chicago to attend the draft, will cooperate. Boren, who called the timing of the investigation "poor," said a private investigator was hired to check out Collins' alibi and determined he was nowhere near the murder scene. Police believe Mills let someone she may have known into her apartment.
"We have identified where La'el was the day the lady was murdered to establish he was nowhere around," Boren told ESPN. "We have offered to give names, witnesses who can vouch for his whereabouts that day until after the woman's body was discovered."
Boren said Collins will meet with police when he returns to Louisiana following the draft.
The Times-Picayune reported that Collins is a former Eagle Scout whose background NFL scouts have described as squeaky-clean. But having his name mentioned in the context of a murder probe could scare teams from drafting him, according to NFL experts.
NFL.com draft guru Mike Mayock rates Collins as the top offensive tackle coming out of the college ranks to play pro football. He would be in line to sign a multimillion-dollar contract if selected where Mayock projects him to go.
"The reason I have La'el Collins as my No. 1 tackle is because out of that whole group he's the only one where I bang the table and say: 'I think I know exactly what I'm getting," Mayock said in a recent interview, according to The Times-Picayune.
The Advocate spoke to Tia Mills, Collins' sister, who said the victim left behind two children. When asked about her sister's relationship with Collins, she said, "I'm going to let that play out the way it's supposed to."
Mills told the newspaper her family is mourning their loss and concerned about the children left behind.
“She left behind two kids,” Mills said, referring to her sister’s 10-year-old daughter and newborn son. “They’re going to grow up without their mom, and they didn’t deserve that.”
A few days before the NFL draft — and a few days after Brittney Mills was killed — Baton Rouge police said they wanted to question former LSU star offensive lineman La’el Collins as part of the department’s investigation into Mills’ homicide. Collins waited more than a week to meet with them. During the week, it was made public that the police wanted to speak to Collins, and the first-round prospect ended up going undrafted.
After he met with police in Baton Rouge, his attorney, Jim Boren, said Collins answered every question asked by police, and authorities said Collins fully cooperated with the investigation.
Collins — who recently signed with the Dallas Cowboys — was never considered a suspect in the shooting of Mills, and police said a paternity test determined he was not the father of Brenton Mills.
As part of the investigation into Williams’ murder, police at one point released some grainy surveillance video footage showing a person drive up to the North Street parking lot several hours before Williams’ body was found. It wasn’t clear Thursday whether the department’s release of the video turned up any leads.
Although Williams was previously arrested multiple times on prostitution violations, with at least one arrest resulting in a conviction, police said Thursday that they don’t believe such a lifestyle had anything to do with her killing.
"MURDER OF A HOOPS STAR!"
by: Julian Garcia
Armoni Sexton played so much basketball that his mother was certain he would continue doing it for the rest of his life, taking the skills that made him one of the top young prospects in the country all the way to the sport’s highest level.
“He would have made it to the NBA,” Lawana Sexton said. “He would have made it, his potential was that high. He was on the road, on the right path to it. He had the right people around him who were guiding him in the right way. He was gonna do whatever he needed to do.
“He wanted to go to Kentucky and then he was gonna go to the NBA and play against his favorite player, Kevin Durant.”
The 15-year-old high school standout died on Sunday, at 11:55 a.m., leaving a large basketball community grieving and wondering how it could happen to someone with such a promising future.
Armoni was a 6-foot-6 forward who was considered one of the top prospects in the Class of 2018. He played for the Paterson Charter School, where he averaged 16.3 points, eight rebounds and 3.2 blocks as an eighth grader last year.
Realizing Sexton was “too good” for the competition he was facing at Paterson Charter, that team’s coach, Tommie Patterson, was hoping to get Sexton into a prep school like Oak Hill Academy in Virginia or Montverde Academy in Florida.
“The goal was to finish out this year and then next year I said, ‘You gotta go to prep school,’ and his attitude was like, ‘No, Coach, I like it here and I like the staff here.’
“I was like, ‘No, that’s what you want but you have to do what’s better for you.'"
According to Det. Capt. Heriberto Rodriguez of the Paterson Police Department, Sexton was walking on Rosa Parks Blvd. just after 8:30 p.m. on Saturday in a group that included two other males and one female. After police responded to a “call of shots fired,” they found all four had been wounded in what various reports have called a drive-by shooting. The three other victims are all expected to survive, according to Rodriguez.
Lawana Sexton recalled her son’s aspirations just hours after claiming his body from a medical examiner in Passaic County, N.J. Less than 48 hours earlier, Armoni Sexton was gunned down on a street corner in Paterson.
Rodriguez announced the arrest of Gregory A. Oliver, (above) who’s been charged with murder and two counts of attempted murder.
Lawanda Sexton says that because of where her son was when he was shot — a notoriously dangerous section of the city — some people had assumed that he was involved in gang activity. But, she said, that was not the case. She also said police have told her Armoni was not the intended victim of the shooting.
Sexton also said she was planning to move her family to Florida soon so she could get Armoni and his three siblings out of harm’s way.
“I didn’t want my son to be killed,” she said. “It’s not that I had fear before. It’s just that where I live at, it’s reality. We got family members, friends, innocent bystanders that we have lost. It’s like a routine. It’s something you shouldn’t have to get used to but you do.
“He had high potential,” Lawanda said of her son. “We just didn’t expect this to happen.”
Armoni Sexton was so popular in the basketball community that New Jersey product Karl-Anthony Towns of Kentucky and Isaiah Briscoe, a Kentucky signee from Roselle, N.J., both tweeted about his death, with Towns writing, "Prayers up to Armoni Sexton's family. Gone way too soon."
Fighting back tears, Patterson said he saw Armoni on Friday and that they discussed plans for the next day, which included Armoni going to practice with his AAU team — the Playaz Basketball Club, which also produced former New Jersey standouts Tim Thomas and J.R. Smith as well as other NBA stars — and the coach attending his own son’s 6th birthday party.
“It’s not a basketball player who lived a double life or who was a gang-banger,” the coach said. “It was a tragedy and not something that was supposed to happen. This kid is supposed to be alive.
“I wish I would have snatched him up and brought him to the birthday party after practice.”
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