No matter what people are saying about Kordell Stewart or how the American NFL Quarterback turned Reality TV Star is depicted. The one thing nobody can take away from Kordell Stewart is that he is a good father and he always takes time for the kids. One of the Event Reporters for Freddyo.com ran into Kordell friday night at Phillips Arena’s Hawk’s game Read More »
Dave Chappelle is returning to the comedy circuit. The reclusive comedian is slated to co-headline the 13-city “Funny Or Die Presents The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival,” beginning August 23rd. Flight of The Conchords are also headlining. Read More »
Seems everyone was trying to predict when Ray Lewis would have his retirement party since the announcement that this would be his last season. Ray Lewis celebrated at a private location in the ATL with a live band, plenty of food, cocktails and Read More »
Frank Ocean posts a vague message on his site leading us to believe that he might have had enough of the music game and is calling it quits….(see more inside)
Chris Tucker breaks the news to all fans of the classic comedy “Friday” during an interview on the Tom Joyner Morning ShowÂ that he doesn’t see himself doing sequel.
Performing at a sold out MGM Grand, Las Vegas August 2, 2012, legendary comedian-turned-author, actor, and all-around media conglomerate Steve Harvey called it quits — from live stand-up performances.
Harvey, who has enjoyed a highly successful show business career for nearly 30 years, retired from the thing that brought him fame — stand-up.
During his self-proclaimed final stand-up comedy show, Harvey hit us with what has been his M.O. since his early days –Â Leaving Everything Funny On The Stage.
True to his lengthy run as one of the nation’s most beloved comics, Harvey under-scored his wild romp around comedic bits with some themes that have always managed to come through loud and clear — themes that speak to the passions of a man who may be a comic, but is certainly no joke.
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Fifty Cent is denying suggestions that his recent car accident was a stunt to help promote his highly-anticipated new album, which drops today.Â Fifty told MTV recently, “Trust me, I have enough money to not hit myself with a Mack Truck to try to get a few dollars.”
Fif also opened up about what happened and how he believes his bulletproof SUV saved his life.Â He says the driver of the truck “lost control” when his load shifted and slammed into the back of his truck.Â Fifty claims the accident caused more damage to the Mack Truck than it did to his own ride because he has what he described as “a level six” bulletproof vehicle.Â The rapper says it’s the same standard that’s applied to the vehicles that President Obama moves around in.Â Fifty was hospitalized briefly after the accident a week ago.Â He was treated for neck and back injuries before he was released.
The rapper’s new album, “Five (Murder by Numbers),” is his fifth studio effort and his first in three years.Â Fifty’s last album, “Before I Self Destruct” was released in 2009. Here is his new video : I Ain’t Gonna Lie (Official Music Video). Read More »
Shaq Releases New Book: Speaks On Feud With Kobe, Writing Love Letters to Halle Berry & Life After Retirement
Shaquille Oâ€™neal is about to tell all in a new book titled â€˜Shaq Uncut: My Storyâ€™.
In the autobiography, he opens up about everythingÂ from his beef with former L.A Lakers teammate Kobe Bryant, his days of writing love letters to Halle Berry and his newfound retired life.
He also gives details on what was really behind some of the basketballÂ dramaÂ that led up to him threatening to kill Kobe, hazing rookies back in the day until he was ratted out by Kobe and how Kobeâ€™sÂ biggest dream was to become the â€œWill Smith” of the NBA.