Chief Keef Throwing A Benefit Concert For Fallen Affiliate, Capo + A ‘Stop The Violence Now’ Foundation On The Way

Over the weekend, a one-year-old and Melvin “Capo” Carr, a member of Chief Keef’s Glory Boyz Entertainment, was gunned down during a drive-by in Chicago. With that said, Keef, has announced that he would be throwing a free benefit concert with efforts of raising funds for both families. Hit the jump for more.

(Video) Miley Cyrus Launches: “The Happy Hippie Foundation”

Miley Cyrus has officially put her new organization in motion! “The Happie Hippie Foundation” which launched today raises awareness towards homelessness and LGBT youth (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender). Wanna know more? Tune in after the jump!

NFL: Brandon Marshall Will Wear Green Tonight & Here’s What Will Happen After!

I understand that the NFL has rules for a reason, but they really should make exceptions on a case by case basis.  As most fans have seen, the NFL helps raise breast cancer awareness every October for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month by sporting pink gear.  Well Brandon Marshall wanted to wear the green cleats for tonight’s game in order to promote Mental Illness Awareness Week and the NFL said no.  As it turns out, the NFL changed their mind and will allow it — but not without a fine.  What?!  Yep, BUT Brandon plans on turning that fine into something better.  Check it out…

NBA: Dwyane Wade’s Foundation Sued

A Chicago woman who attended a charity event for Dwyane Wade’s foundation last year is now suing because she was hit in the head with a bass drum mallet.  Details after the jump…

Mary J. Blige Clears Up Charity Scam Incident

Mary J. Blige’s charity was slapped with a $250k lawsuit this week, for missing funds and mishandled issues. Now the R&B diva is speaking out on the incident, and clearing up her involvement in it. Details below. Marisa Mendez

Mary J. Blige’s Charity Sued Over Missing Money

Mary J. Blige and Steve Stoute Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now is being sued by TD Bank which claims that they only received $400 back from a $250,000 loan. According to the lawsuit, the foundation agreed to pay the money back by December 2011 and the bank has yet to see any of the money even after a writen demand for the money back in February. Read more below. Julie1205

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