50 Cent Disses Floyd Mayweather About Nelly Taking Both His Baby Momma, Fiancee & He Can’t Read (VIDEO)
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We’ve said it before and we will say it again, Columbus Short needs to get it together before he ruins his life and career (more than he has already). The former “Scandal” actor was arrested early this morning due to related domestic violence charges.
But that’s not even the half of it. A judge recently raised his bail to $500K yesterday, while the star was headed back from Barbados, reports LoveBScott.com. And if that wasn’t enough, because he was arrested, he missed his other court date. That judge issued a second warrant and set his bail at $250K.
Short has had a slew of run-ins with the law thus resulting in him being fired from the “Scandal” cast. He denies hitting his wife, though he admitted he had problems.
Sigh. We’re so disappointed.
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Several days ago, St. Louis police shot and killed Kajieme Powell in a hail of bullets. The entire incident was captured on cell phone video and posted on YouTube for the entire world to witness. Do you think St. Louis police officers had to gun down 25-year-old Kajieme Powell who was allegedly holding a steak knife?
On Thursday, Roland Martin and the ?NewsOne Now? panel, Joia Jefferson Nuri, Elroy Sailor and Yesha Callahan discussed the disturbing shooting incident. Listen to their entire conversation below.
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Be sure to listen to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin, weekdays at 7 a.m. EST and watch at 9 a.m. EST on TV One.
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Did you check out the season four premiere of ‘Braxton Family Values.’ I was surprise to see Towanda Braxton went through quite the emotional outburst. Tamar coming off the big hit, ‘Love and War,’ addressed her sister Towanda’s interaction with one of Tamar’s fans on social media. Towanda went off on her sister: two of them had left during that dinner.
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Originally posted on Variety:
Coupled with the release of the show’s sixth season on DVD, NBC has posted a blooper reel for “Parks and Recreation’s” most recent cycle.
Featuring everything from miniature horses dressed as the cast as an homage to the fictional town’s fallen comrade, Li’l Sebastian, to outtakes of the cast playfully flubbing lines and laughing at each other’s mistakes, the reel highlights some favorite moments from the mockumentary-style series.
The show, which will be returning to NBC for its last season this fall, has one major Emmy nomination this year: star Amy Poehler is nominated for lead actress in a comedy. This is Poehler’s fifth consecutive nomination in the category, having lost the previous four times.
Who run the world, girls.
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The little girl is leek-long. Her eyes are hazel, her gaze intense — that is, till she’s off the mound. Then, her body melts upon missing a catch or swinging at air or hitting a foul. She is all early adolescent angst when she isn’t “on,” and her eyes are suddenly more like lakes than stones. I am watching her and recalling what it is to be thirteen and sure about some things. I am watching her and recognizing how much has already changed — for her and for the world she is set to inherit. I am listening to her quick pitch slice through wind and remembering how fleeting everything is.
This week, Mo’Ne Davis became the first Little League player to make the cover of Sports Illustrated. She is the 18th girl ever to play in the Little League World Series and the first to ever pitch a shut-out there. What too few…
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It is a known fact that many individuals in the African-American community do not trust law enforcement officials and it is becoming more apparent, as a result of the recent rash of police shootings, that many police officers fear young Black men.
Roland Martin and the “NewsOne Now” panel take a look at the tense relationship between law enforcement and African-American males and if there is something that can be done to rectify this situation. Listen to their entire conversation below.
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Originally posted on FOX6Now.com:
(CNN) — An ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went terribly wrong in Campbellsville, Kentucky, when four firefighters were seriously injured after participating in a group event, according to Campbellsville Police Chief Tim Hazlette.
Electricity from a power line shocked the firefighters after they had sprayed water on students.
Crews from the Fire and Rescue Department were helping the Campbellsville University band with their video “Challenge” around 11 a.m. Thursday.
A photo obtained by CNN and taken by witness Tyler Arterburn shows the firetruck’s aerial ladder hovering over the challenge participants as firefighters inside the ladder’s bucket spray them with water.
After the water spray ended, the students left and the firefighters began moving back the ladder, according to Hazlette. This is when the bucket at the top of the ladder came close enough to power lines to shock the firefighters with electricity. There were two…
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