The model and entrepreneur expressed to E! News that a BlacRob reality television would be great for them. “They’re just really full of personality and all over each other constantly. They’re just a really cute couple. She is shy in a lot of ways, but I think Rob brings a lot of that out of her. She’ll be good. It’s gonna be a good show, for sure.”
Will you be tuning in?
Chris Brown isn’t a fan of the press, and this time, he’s barking back.
The singer responded to a TMZ report, claiming that he stomped on a fan during a nightclub appearance. In an Instagram post, Chris set the record straight, saying that none of his fans were hurt during his appearance, but that he was assaulted by one of the nightclub bouncers.
What are your thoughts on Chris’ statement?
Madonna just won a copyright case over her 1990 smash hit “Vogue.”
The singer was hit with a lawsuit, filed by VMG Salsoul LLC, claiming that the song sampled a “horn hit” from another song called “Love Break.” The U.S. Court of Appeals in Pennsylvania ruled that the sample was too small to be trivial, according to Us Weekly.
Producers from The Real are speaking out after news broke of Tamar Braxton getting fired.
The producers issued a statement addressing Tamar’s departure and rumors saying her co-hosts had something to do with her getting fired. “Tamar Braxton’s contract was not renewed for reasons that will remain privileged and private, and that are between her and the Studio. However, we would like to make it crystal clear that Ms. Braxton’s departure from the show had nothing to do with her former co-hosts; any suggestion to the contrary unfairly tarnishes them. As always, we wish Tamar and Vince all the best.”
That’s not all. Rumor has it that Warner Bros wasn’t too happy about the Braxton Family Values scene where Tamar found out she was getting fired, and for that, she could be violating WEtv’s non-disclosure agreement. This could possibly end in a lawsuit.
The site reports: “Heard has filed a defamation lawsuit against Stanhope, saying in her court filming that the comic “orchestrated a plot to write an article… which falsely accuses plaintiff Amber Heard of ‘blackmail’ and other criminal behavior towards her husband, Johnny Depp, from whom she is seeking a divorce. Heard insists that Stanhope’s allegations are “completely false and defamatory,” and that they have caused her “tremendous harm.” Her legal papers also include more details about Depp’s alleged abuse towards her, claiming that the actor had “hit and kicked Heard on numerous occasions, has thrown objects at her, [and] at one point suffocated her to the point where she feared for her life.”
This situation just gets messier by the day.