Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges took a stroll along the streets of Miami last weekend holding hands and canoodling with a new “Boo”. They look cute enough….and I think it’s about time for Mr. Bridges to chose a bride and settled down.
No one but the groupies will be disappointed, since they give Luda a 5 star salute for his “professionalism” in bed. Give it up jumpoffs… he can’t pay to play all the time. It’s all about the “wifey” in 2010.
Cedric “Alfamega” Zellers has been quiet since it was revealed that he was once a government informant back in the day. His boss, rapper T.I. and his company Grand Hustle, quickly separated themselves from Alfa by terminating their business relationship and things have been relatively peaceful ever since.
Recently, I received the following email detailing an incident that occurred at T.I.’s Club Crucial that involved two of Alfamega’s kids: Continue Reading…
Former B2K member J-Boog aka Jarell Damonte Houston (pictured above with his daughter) was arrested and charged with domestic violence after an altercation with his baby mama in their L.A. home: Continue Reading…
Usher Raymond was caught cruising the streets of St. Bart’s over the weekend in a Mini Cooper. The suddenly single singer was captured riding solo, although rumor has he’s been sowing his wild oats and partying like it’s 1999. Ursh shared space on the island with the likes of Jay-Z, Beyonce, Gwen Stefani, Prince, Russell Simmons and more.
Atlanta’s 59th Mayor, Kasim Reed, has been officially inaugurated into office but he began his day early this morning at an Interfaith Inaugural Prayer Service at Ben Hill United Methodist Church.
Reed grew up in the church along with his mother and three brothers and his voice broke as he spoke about growing up in his southside church home. The first time he spoke in public, he said, was in Ben Hill United Methodist Church. Four minutes away from the home where he was raised.
In his speech, Reed spoke of his desire to create a better Atlanta and how community involvement is key:
“If our children cannot rise to the highest levels of this city, what have we become? We’ve got to look in the mirror Atlanta. I am going to work today and focus on making sure that mothers and fathers have a job to make sure they can look their children in the eyes.”