Technology is really getting out of hand these days. I just read an article that claims that British health officials are hard at work on a new app that will allow users to “pee into their cell phones and find out within minutes if they have an STD”.
Ummm… yeah. You read right.
If you’re out there rocking without a rubber. There’s an app for that…. or there will be one very soon.
Millions of dollars have been invested in clinical research to create a smartphone app that will allow users, “to put urine or saliva on to a computer chip about the size of a USB chip, plug it into their phone or computer and receive a diagnosis within minutes.”
Jermaine Dupri reps the home team on his new spin to Wiz Khalifa’s “Black & Yellow” called… “Black & Red”.
The Hawks are doing it big and so are the Falcons, we’ve got the hottest party scene and everybody who’s anybody wants to be in the “A”. What better way to pay homage to the City he loves than to drop a hot verse?
Keyshia popped the top on her white Rolls-Royce Phantom and cruised the streets of downtown Los Angeles with Young Money’s First Lady Nicki Minaj, who rode shotgun wearing a pink fur jacket and black wig.
The Benny Boom-directed clip was shot over the weekend and Keysha changed several times during the shoot, including into a one-of-a-kind fur coat, as fans screamed her name and clamored for pictures.
Ne-yo has recently revealed that it was he who discovered teen singing sensation Justin Bieber and not Usher Raymond. He claims he passed up the chance to sign Bieber years ago because he was too young at the time. Continue Reading…
Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges visited students at Thurgood Marshall High School in San Francisco last week to discuss the importance of eduction.
San Francisco was one of 10 cities visited by Get Schooled, a campaign to encourage students to go onto college. If you recall, Big Boi & Keri Hilson also visited Chicago area schools for the campaign a few weeks ago.
During his visit, Ludacris spoke to the kids about staying in school and the importance of education:
“Actually when I was in college, I studied business because in the music industry a lot of people say it’s 90 percent business, 10 percent music. So it’s important that you understand that education is extremely important.”
Check out Luda’s inspirational “Get Schooled” speech to the kids PLUS more photos below: Continue Reading…