Yesterday I told you about Halle berry telling her baby’s daddy, Gabriel Aubry, deuces. Well sources are now saying that Halle Berry does not want to leave the U.S. for France with daughter Nahla because she’s being spiteful, she wants out of this country because she’s been receiving death threats! Robert Hoskins, a mentally unstable man, escaped from a mental institution last week, and made threats against Halle, specifically saying he would “slit her throat.”
Arrested Again, when will [lastfm link_type="similar_artist_radio"]Suge Knight[/lastfm] Learn?
Suge Knight got another free stay in jail recently after he was pulled over for making an unsafe lane change in Las Vegas. That was just the beginning of his problems, he ended being arrested when cops found weed on him and ran his name through the system, finding multiple warrants for his arrest! Suge was booked and released shortly after.
Move Over [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Madonna[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Ne-Yo[/lastfm]‘s Babies’ Mama Is Adopting 48 African Children
Monyetta Shaw, Ne-Yo’s babies’ mama is adopting 48 African children! No, she won’t be bringing them with her to the States, instead she’s paying the living costs for the 48 kids for an entire year, which will run her just under $18,000.
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"] 50 Cent[/lastfm] Is Feeding The Hungry
Speaking of Africa, 50 Cent went to Somalia to try to help the hungry. His trip will also include a stop in Kenya, where he’ll team up with the World Food Programme to film a documentary about the war-ravaged country. Of course it’s a part of his “Street King” campaign, where he gives a meal to a hungry person for every bottle of Street King sold.
On Your Tube
Today, Denzel Washington will be on with Ellen DeGeneres and Chelsea Handler will be on Live! With Kelly. On Sunday, CBS airs the 54th annual Grammy Awards at 8 pm and its all hosted by [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]LL Cool J[/lastfm].
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Safe House, Star Wars: Episode One-Phantom Menace and The Vow are in theaters today!
Black Entertainment History
On July 2nd, 1971, director Gordon Parks’ urban action picture Shaft, starring Richard Roundtree, opened in movie theaters nationwide. It kicked off the “blaxploitation” era of such films as Superfly, Coffy, Foxy Brown, Cleopatra Jones and Black Caesar.