Monthly Archives: June 2010

BET 2010 Awards Show


Chris Brown, who fell apart during his tribute to Michael Jackson at the 10th annual BET Awards on Sunday night.

At the afterparty, hosted by the tag team of Diddy and “Hustle and Flow” actress Taraji P. Henson, everyone from a show producer to the cast of the soon-to-be-revived BET series “The Game,” as well as some of the night’s winners and presenters had something to say about Brown’s emotional performance of “Man in the Mirror,” during which the singer fell to his knees crying, genuinely unable, it seemed, to sing the song.
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Ne-Yo Is Expecting First Child With Girlfriend Monyetta Shaw

Singer Ne-Yo confirmed he is expecting his first child with girlfriend, Monyetta Shaw, at a recent photoshoot with Ebony magazine to help promote his upcoming album Libra Scale that
“I am 30 and I do have my first child on the way, and I’m very, very, very excited about that,” he tells EBONY. “It’s a New Year’s baby and I’m just in a really good place right now.”

The Dream Addresses Cheating Rumors and New Baby


The dream so arrogant in this interview, damn for a man with four kids it sure doesn’t sound as if he likes kids.

How are Christina and baby Violet?
Violet is great, I just saw her last night. She’s three months and one week old with a definite personality. I think she’s going to be a sassy talker. Right now, she’s just long, fat and looks like me. I know Christina hates it because she’s looking at the baby like ‘Where am I? I did all the work for nine months!’

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Alicia Keys has her unborn child blessed in a traditional Zulu ceremony


Alicia Keys has had her unborn child blessed in a traditional Zulu ceremony while in South Africa for the World Cup.
The Grammy award-winning singer, who is around five months pregnant, joined hands with music producer fiance Swizz Beatz for the outdoor blessing near Durban, on the country’s eastern coast.
Wearing tribal beads, Alicia and her baby were given Zulu names while standing under a fig tree known as the ‘healing tree’ by locals who believe it brings good fortune and health