Step Aside Tyrese! Shannon Sharpe Wants a Spot in Fast & Furious 9

From the desk of American football tight end player, Shannon Sharpe, it appears that Tyrese spot in blockbuster movie, Fast and Furious might be on shaky grounds and Tyrese has got himself to blame for it. Wish me luck. I’m auditioning for Tyrese’s spot on F&F9. 🙏🏾 https://t.co/se1BUoiZzC — shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) November 1, 2017…

T-Pain Sues Young Money for Unpaid Royalties

Things might be getting far heated than expected between T-Pain and Young Money as TMZ reports that the former Konvict Music star  has dragged Young Money to court over unpaid royalties on Lil Wayne’s “The Carter III” and “The Carter IV” albums respectively. According to the reports, T-Pain claims he is being owed $500,000 for…

50 Cent is Out Here Trolling Wendy Williams

It is no news that there is no love lost between celebrity TV host, Wendy Williams and veteran rapper, 50 Cent. Following Wendy’s shocking collapse while on the set of her TV show yesterday, 50 has made it overtly clear his view on the entire situation. Apparently, the rapper is of the school of thought…

Paralyzed Fan Sues Travis Scott After Falling From a Balcony At NYC Concert

A  fan has slammed American rapper, Travis Scott with a lawsuit after falling off a balcony at the rapper’s Birds Eye View tour stop in NYC back in April. According to reports, the fan named Kyle Green, filed the suit against Scott and the concert venue after the fall left him paralyzed on one side of…

#BreakingNews South Africa’s President, Jacob Zuma Survives ‘No-Confidence’ Vote

The South African president, Jacob Zuma, has narrowly survived a motion of no confidence against him in parliament. It was the eighth such vote of his increasingly beleaguered presidency. In a secret ballot, a broad coalition of opposition parties and renegade MPs from the ruling African National Congress (ANC) were unable to muster the simple majority needed…

Passenger Plane Carrying 81 People Including The Brazillian Soccer Team, Crashes In Columbia

A passenger plane carrying more than 80 people, including members of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense, has crashed in Colombia Reports say there were six survivors, including the Chapecoense goalkeeper, Alan Ruschel, and police fear 75 are dead. There were 72 passengers, including the team and travelling journalists, and nine crew on board. Chapecoense were…