Entertainment Enterprises, the company that represents both W.i.P and Greenhouse, sued BROWN and DRAKE for a whopping $16 million, saying that the incident cost them a lot of money and tarnished Greenhouse’s reputation due to the close proximity of the brawl.
DRAKE who went on record saying that he couldn’t control the way in which the media reported the story, and did not feel like the company’s loss in money was his fault.
A New York judge agreed with DRAKE’s argument, and tossed out the case considering the brawl did not occur at Greenhouse.Photo Source: PR Photos
RIHANNA and CIARA, two feuding R&B/pop divas, have made no secret of their dislike for one another. Ironically, though, RIHANNA and CIARA share the same super star DNA. Neither are known for their stellar vocals, but both singers ooze sex appeal and are backed by major record labels.
Yet for some reason, RIHANNA has reached global mega-stardom while CIARA is fighting to stay afloat in the industry. CIARA, like RIRI, has all the makings of a star – she’s got the gorgeous face, killer body, an arsenal of R&B dance hits and can slay on the dance floor. Yet her decade long career has hit a plateau. So what’s CIARA’s missing ingredient?
CIARA stepped in as the princess of Crunk, kicking down the door with seductive booty poppin over MISSY ELLIOT’S electric funk-inspired dance beats. But the “Crunk” era fizzled out in the mid-2000′s. Then came “Promise,” a sexy, slithering 80′s inspired bedroom anthem that made us believe she had finally cemented her place. Apparently we were wrong.
With hiatus after hiatus, bad singles and lackluster promotion, it wasn’t long before CIARA had become an afterthought. Now that she’s on the promo trail for her fifth album, she’s had to show and prove to make us believers again.
RIHANNA, though her live vocal performances have been tolerable at best, captivates people with that certain something that keeps us on the edge of our seats. Her element of mystery is spellbinding. These days that’s what makes a star – talent sold separately….CLICK INSIDE TO READ MORE!!!
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star JOSELINE HERNANDEZ recently premiered the video for her first single, “Mi Culta,” translated “My Culture.”
The self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican princess” sheds light on her humble beginnings as the quote, “As a kid growing up in Puerto Rico, I use to run on glass in the street because my mom couldn’t afford to buy me shoes. I’m glad those days are over,” appears before the video starts.
Featuring an appearance from her man/manager STEVIE J. and one of his up and coming artists, “Mi Culta,” can be seen inside.
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Rapper, JAY Z recently ditched the hyphen turning his name from JAY-Z to JAY Z.
According to reports, HOVA’s reps claim that while news of the Brooklyn MC is making the front pages, JAY Z switched his moniker over three years ago.
While JAY Z’s name changes seems very minimal there are a slew of celebs who’ve swapped their names and developed entirely new identities…CLICK INSIDE TO VIEW MORE CELEBS WHO'VE CHANGED THEIR NAMES!!!
POTUS BARAK OBAMA spoke out the TRAYVON MARTIN case hours ago in the press briefing room at the White House.
“Trayvon Martin could have been me – 35 years ago,” President OBAMA said during a breaking news speech, that marked the first time the President publicly addressed the ZIMMERMAN not guilty verdict.
In light of the public’s disdain of the shooting and verdict along with the racial tensions the case has caused, the nation’s first black President candidly discussed the treatment of young Black men in America.
“I did want to talk about context and how people have responded to it and how people are feeling,” the President said. “You know, when Trayvon Martin was first shot, I said that this could have been my son. Another way of saying that is Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago. And when you think about why in the African-American community at least, there is a lot of pain around what happened here, I think it’s important to recognize that the African-American community is looking at this issue through a set of experiences and a history that doesn’t go away.”
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Basketball Wives LA starlet DRAYA has moved on from basketball to football.
The Fine Ass Girls clothing designer hit the Espy Awards with her rumored boo Dallas Cowboy corner ORLANDO SCANDRICK.
DRAYA took to Instagram to show off her new boo as she uploaded a picture of them before they hit the red carpet with the caption, “I sang “I can’t wait till I get you on the floor good looking” so many times yesterday. I’m annoying but you love it….Sand meet beach. Say hello. Be nice.”
SCANDRICK followed suit by posting a picture of the new couple with the caption, “Everything happens for a reason…”
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SHIREA L. CARROLL is back with an all new season of her web show Reality Decomposed.
This week: Shirea recaps Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta‘s showdown between grandmothers MOMMA DEE and MOMMA MINGNON, proves why ARIANE should stick to being beautiful and leave singing to the professionals, and tries to figure out how we get through a whole season of RB Divas: LA listening to the high pitched voice of star MICHEL’LE .
In 1992, MARQUES HOUSTON jumped head first into the entertainment industry at the young age of 12-years-old. 20 years later with a career filled with tons of highs and lows, HOUSTON is looking resurface and make his way back to music and land right back to the top of the charts.
Under the moniker BATMAN, HOUSTON sung his way to success as the lead singer of the R&B trio IMMATURE from 1992 to 2001. IMMATURE, who later changed their name to IMX, released six albums and with hits like, “Never Gone Lie,” and “Please Don’t Go,” the group easily solidified their impact on the R&B scene.
While pursuing his musical career, HOUSTON scored roles on television sitcoms like A Different World, Sister, Sister and his own sitcom Cuts. Once HOUSTON was bit by the acting bug he couldn’t stop as he starred in movies like Bebe’s Kids, House Part 3, House Party IV, and Somebody Help Me.
After HOUSTON’s group IMX called it quits in 2002, the 23-year-old began working on a solo project and released MH in 2003. Spawning the hits “That Girl” and “All Because Of You,” HOUSTON’s album came in at number 5 on Billboards R&B charts.
Two years later, HOUSTON released the followup album, Naked. Featuring sexually charged hits like, “Naked,” and “Sex With You,” HOUSTON’s sophomore release revealed a more intimate and personal side to the crooner….CLICK INSIDE TO SEE WHAT MARQUES HOUSTON IS DOING NOW!!!