Week Of July 21 - 27, 2013


Prince George of Cambridge Is Born

Over in the UK, a new prince is born. Check out Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's new son, Prince George. 


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Beyonce's Weave Gets Caught In A Fan


While on a stop of her Mrs Carter World Tour, Beyonce's hair got caught in her infamous wind fan during her performance of "Halo". Although her hair was in the fan, Beyonce didn't miss a beat and kept on performing! After the show, she wrote a song about the situation as a joke and posted it online. 


Glad to see she has a sense of humor about the situation!

TGT's Controversial Performance

TGT has been traveling the country promoting their concerts and singles and stopped by Long Island's "The Couch" to perform their single, "I Need", recently. While the group was performing, it was hard not to watch Ginuwine's lack of focus and movements leading everyone to believe that he was on something! Watch below.




ABC News Reports: George Zimmerman Juror Says He 'Got Away With Murder' 

ABC Reports: "The only minority on the all-female jury that voted to acquit George Zimmerman said today that Zimmerman "got away with murder" for killing Trayvon Martin and feels she owes an apology Martin's parents"

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Trailer Released For VH1's Original Movie, "CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story" 
The highly anticipated made for tv movie, "CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story" is set to air on Vh1 this fall and features rapper Lil Mama and actresses Keke Palmer and Drew Sidora. The film will portray the lives of T-Boz, Left- Eye and Chilli, their rise to fame and their struggles. Watch the trailer below.

"RHOA's" Kenya Moore Rumored To Receive $600k for Next Season Of "RHOA"

Former model and Miss U.S.A, Kenya Moore, must have made quite the impact on her first season of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" because it's been rumored that she's to receive a whopping $600K for her next season! An insider revealed secrets saying: "NeNe, Kim and Kandi make $800,000 a season but they can make more for doing certain special things, like Kim taking off her wig. Phaedra and Porsha make $50,000 per season."

If true, Kenya will be twirling all the way to the bank!

Fruitvale Station Movie Released

The movie about the true story of Oscar Grant, a 22-year-old California resident, who was gunned down by a police officed in 2008 has finally been released. The movie stars actor, Michael B. Jordan, as Oscar and chronicles Grant's last few days alive. Watch the trailer below:

Jay Z Surprises Beyonce With A Kiss During Her Concert

During a stop on her Mrs. Carter World Tour, Beyonce was surprised by her husband, Jay Z, when he ran on stage at the end of Beyonce's show to plant a kiss on her cheek! Watch the footage below:

Celebrities Join #ForTrayvon Campaign

Celebrities have taken a stand and joined the #ForTrayvon campaign. Chris Brown, Meagan Good, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Dawn Richard, Eva Marcille and Kevin McCall all joined together for a photo shoot in honor of the slain Florida teen. The launch of  www.FORTRAYVON.org and the #ForTrayvon social media campaign will directly benefit The Trayvon Martin Foundation to "assist in creating awareness of how violent crimes impact families of the victims and provide much-needed support for those families".


Man Who Named the Killers of Emmett Till at Their Trial Dies

Willie Louis, the man who testifed during the Emmett Till trial, has died at the age of 76. Originally named Willie Reed, Louis was the son of a family of black sharecroppers and left Mississippi immediately after the trial, changed his last name to Louis and lived in Chicago while working in a hospital. During the trial, Louis stated that a car passed him while he was walking to the store with four white men and in the front and four black men in the back including a youth with his head slumped down. Shortly after, Louis testified that he heard someone hollering and sounds like someone was whipping somebody. Louis did an interview with CBS News in 2004 where he stated, "I couldn’t have walked away from that. Emmett was 14, probably had never been to Mississippi in his life, and he come to visit his grandfather and they killed him. I mean, that’s not right.”

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