Bill Cosby‘s wife Camille has finally broken her silence about the recent sexual assault allegations against her husband and his daughter Evin has also publicly defended her dad.
In a statement released by CBS News, Camille writes that her “kind,” “generous” and “funny” husband is not the person the media has painted him as in light of the recent accusations.
Having a different story told everyday has got to be devastating for the family, but the devoted wife stands by her husband even though more than 20 woman have made allegations against him.
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Camille compared the claims against her husband to the recent Rolling Stone article that detailed an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity.
“The story was heart-breaking, but ultimately appears to be proved untrue,” Camille wrote. “Many in the media were quick to link that story to stories about my husband — until that story unwound.”
Cosby’s daughter Evin also has a lot to say about the matter and she used her Facebook page to blast Spelman College’s decision to distance themselves from the family, who have donated millions to the Atlanta-area HBCU.
Read Camille Cosby’s full statement + daughter Evin’s statement below… Continue Reading…
Two teens have been arrested for running an underage prostitution ring in Florida.
A month-long investigation led to the arrests of Julian Luis Mathena (15) and Alexa Nicole De Armas (17), pictured above, who were found to be running a real live high school prostitution ring.
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According to reports, Armas allegedly arranged for at least one act of prostitution that involved a 15-year-old girl and a 21-year-old man, which sparked the investigation that led to another shocking discovery….
The teens were organizing it all through Facebook!
“The motive behind it: money and alcohol. Trading money and alcohol for sex,” say authorities.
More details + watch news footage about this shocking story below… Continue Reading…
of The Real Housewives of Atlanta recently shared the intimate photo above online, stating that it was ‘for Bae’ (i.e. her husband Todd Tucker).
That caption just got Kandi roasted online
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Here’s how Kandi’s Facebook ‘friends’ responded to her online display of affection… Continue Reading…
Actress Raven-Symoné caught a lot of flack earlier this month after telling Oprah that she’s “tired of being labeled,” and more specifically, she does not wish to be categorized as “Gay” (even though she has a girlfriend), or “African-American” (even though it’s her heritage).
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The 28 year old actress recently hit facebook to snap back at her critics, stating that she’s happy that her statements are creating meaningful discussions, however she feels bullied and demands some respect for speaking her mind.
Keep your disrespectful, mean, hurtful, words in a diary for yourself. Personal attacking is not needed, and no matter what race, nationality, culture, or womb you came out of; strive for respect. Strive to be virtuous, so the conversation can lead to great things, other things.
Read Raven-Symoné’s full statement below… Continue Reading…
In case you were wondering, Bobby V.
is still around!
The Atlanta-based crooner was forced to give up his stage name after the ‘REAL’ Bobby Valentino, a British musician who just so happened to have the same name, came forward to claim exclusive ownership of the name.
Bobby V. took a hit but his talent lives on. He’s often spotted around town shopping and living life, and I’m sure he still has a handful of fans still out there… somewhere.
For those of you who care, you’ll never believe what Bobby V is doing now!
Details + Video below… Continue Reading…
Facebook caught heat recently when it deleted several hundred accounts belonging to self-described drag queens, other performers and members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
The world’s biggest online social network has issued an apology to drag queens and the transgender community for deleting accounts that used drag names like Lil Miss Hot Mess rather than legal names such as Bob Smith.
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Facebook has long required its users to go by their “real names” on the site for security purposes, to stand out from other social networks and so it can better target advertising to people. Now, the company says the spirit of its policy doesn’t mean a person’s legal name but “the authentic name they use in real life.”
Though Facebook’s real names policy isn’t changing, the way the social media giant enforces it might.
More details + read FB’s apology below… Continue Reading…