It turns out there were more consequences to D.L. Hughley testing positive for COVID-19.
Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore is known for being on the front lines to fight against social injustice, so when her longtime friend was finally released from prison after being wrongfully convicted—the WNBA rejoiced. According to published reports, Jonathan Irons, who was sentenced to a 50-year prison bid for a crime he didn’t commit, was embraced by the W.N.B.A. star, who sacrificed her 2019 season, as he walked out of a Missouri penitentiary on Wednesday (Jul 1) nearly four months after a judge overturned his conviction on charges of burglary and assault.
No surprise, the late Kobe Bryant is the third cover athlete for NBA 2K21.
"I totally gave myself to that relationship for years of my life," Alsina says of his rumored romance with Jada Pinkett Smith.
The Club God's dominance in Texas clubs and beyond has made him a star. Then the major labels came calling.
"I'm open to trying different things," the veteran actor told Good Morning H-Town. Hear how she manages to keep it all in check.
Salute to Tyler Perry for always stepping up to the plate when he can.
J. Cole stands by the lyrics on "Snow On Tha Bluff," while also acknowledging his faults too.
In an interview with FOX 26, Scarface breaks down how his recovery has been going since his COVID-19 diagnosis in March.
With NASCAR promoting diversity in the sport, standing with Black Americans and banning the Confederate Flag at events, Ciccarelli has apparently seen enough.
B. Simone is having a rough summer, and she can't blame no one but herself.
Mourners came from across the country to pay their respects to George Floyd in Houston on Monday (June 8).