While we’ve been anxiously waiting for Andrew Bynum to hit the court as a 76er, he’s mildly entertained us with his hairstyles and other off the court activities. And though they may be amusing to us, they’re putting a strain on the 76ers who have big decisions to make. Read more after the jump.
Keyshia Cole has announced that she, along with Chrisette Michele, will be hitting the road for the “Woman To Woman” tour. The tour will be hitting 18 cities starting March 28 in Westbury, New York and ending on April 21 in Oakland. Keyshia named to tour in honor of her fifth album, which reached the top 10 of the Billboard 200. See if Keyshia and Chrisette will be performing in your city below.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology reported saying they are searching for a person with full body armor and a rifle on campus this morning. The MIT Emergency page had advised everyone to stay where they are, saying multiple law enforcement agencies were on campus and looking to apprehend the suspect. After a thorough search of the entire campus by numerous agencies, the campus has been cleared. Read more details below.
There’s two things Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban throughly enjoys, saying whatever is on his mind and ruffling the Lakers feathers. Usually the two go hand in hand as they did recently when he suggested the Lakers should amnesty Kobe Bryant in order to deal with their impending luxury tax and payroll issues. The Lakers didn’t take too well to Cuban’s comments. Read more after the jump.
Bad news for Cash Money Records, they have been hit with a lawsuit for unlawfully using someone’s track. Back in the 1972 The Persuaders had a hit called, “Love Gonna Pack Up (and Walk Out).” Robert Poindexter, a member of the band, is now coming at Cash Money saying one of their artist used the song for a sample but was never cleared to use it. Find out which song Poindexter is suing over below.
A story that seems to be ever-changing, sad nonetheless happened earlier today involving a Bronx family who now suffers after a tragic accident that ultimately led to a father being held in police custody, one son, 5, being sent to the hospital at the fault of his 11-year-old brother. Catch the sad details after the jump.
According to sources to Google, the internet giant is looking to launch their own music subscription service by the end of the year. Both The Verge and The Financial times claim that Google is currently in talks with music labels to push the service. Google’s music stream service Play music has been around since 2011, not a long time but since it launched they changed the name originally naming the service Google Music. Unlike Apple and Amazon, Google is looking to start a subscription service which would more than likely have unlimited downloads and streaming available. Which in the long run if done right could hurt Apple’s iTunes service. No other info is available at the moment but I’m sure when Google is ready to launch the service they will be ready to take on Apple , Amazon and Spotify.
A 14-year old and 15-year old in the Bronx got into beef over–guess what–dropped candy!!! They then proceeded to bully their younger 6 and 7-year old sisters to fight each other over it. Girls can’t fight themselves nowadays? One of the poor girls even start crying. The NYPD and the authorities are currently investigating the incident after Gothamist published the YouTube video. Check out the ridiculous video after the jump.