Melyssa Ford took time from her Thanksgiving Day to help Atlanta’s needy and homeless by volunteering at Hosea Williams Feed the Hungry and Homeless at Turner Field.
She served on the food line making sure all the diners had a healthy helping of stuffing/salad dressing.
She toured Turner Field which had been transformed into an outlet of services for those in need. There was a clothing shopping area, rooms for grooming and showering and entertainment provided by local foster children.
Khia is still pissed off at V-103â€™s midday Diva Porsche Foxx for clowning her on the radio last week.
Khia has taken to her popular Myspace blog to air Porsche out, saying, among other things that Porsche torched her own home for the insurance money:
Why didnâ€™t you wanna talk about that Poor-sha????? Why didnâ€™t you wanna talk about that felony drug possession, driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and expired tags Poor-sha????? Letâ€™s talk about that!!!!! Letâ€™s talk about how the last time you tried the Queenâ€¦. You lost your job and your houseâ€¦. In less than 30 days!!!!! Ohâ€¦.. I forgotâ€¦.. You did have another videoâ€¦. The video of your house burning down after you intentionally set it on fire for the insurance money!!!!!!! Chile boo!!!!! Letâ€™s talk about it Poor-sha!!!!!!! Why you in there hollering securityâ€¦..Tryna make the listeners think that I was in there acting like a damn foolâ€¦
Travis Barker and DJ AM were among six people aboard a Learjet that crashed upon takeoff from a Columbia, South Carolina, airport after midnight Friday. The four others onboard were killed.
Barker, an ex-drummer for the rock band Blink 182 and the star of the MTV reality showÂ Meet the Barkers, had performed at a free Friday-night college event with former Jane’s Addiction singer Perry Farrell, Gavin DeGraw and DJ AM.
Barker, 32, was taken to a burn center in Augusta, Georgia, about 75 miles southwest of Columbia, and was listed in critical condition Saturday morning â€“ as was DJ AM (real name: Adam Michael Goldstein), 35, say officials at the facility.
According to South Carolina’s Lexington County coroner, Harry Harman, and deputy coroner, Brian Setree, the four others on the plane were killed. They are: pilot Sarah Lemmon, 31, of Anaheim Hills, Calif.; co-pilot James Bland, 52, of Carlsbad, Calif.; security guard Charles Still, 25, of Los Angeles; and Barker’s assistant Chris Baker, 29, also of Los Angeles.