*(CNN) — Ellen DeGeneres fought back tears in her first public video statement since the death of beloved talk show personality and her friend Stephen “tWitch” Boss. “Hey everybody. I just wanted to say the past 11 days have been really tough for everyone,” DeGeneres said in a video posted to her social media
*Social Heat is blazing today. We’ve got a steaming mad Sonstar Peterson (father of Tory Lanez) reacting to his son’s guilty verdict by blaming the Los Angeles County court/jury system and for some reason, Roc Nation and Jay Z. It’s a must-see. (Scroll down to watch.) Also, according to Rolling Stone, reporter Nancy Dillon observed
*When you hear about black-owned liquor brands you may first think of Diddy, Jay-Z, Kevin Hart, and the list can go on. But those mentioned are all celebrities and most people wouldn’t look at the spirits industry as one to break into. That isn’t the case for entrepreneur Ricky Miller, who is the CEO and
*(CNN) — A Los Angeles jury on Friday found rapper and singer Tory Lanez guilty of three charges related to the July 2020 shooting of fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion in the Hollywood Hills, the Los Angeles County District Attorney said. Lanez had pleaded not guilty in November 2020 to assault with a semiautomatic firearm
Right in time for the holidays, DreamWorks Animation brings back to the screen the endearing feline swashbuckler, “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish.” This time, however, the fear-defying feline is terrified of the future. “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (PiB),” the once daring outlaw, discovers that his passion for peril and disregard for safety
Singer and actor Trevor Jackson has shared a video for his song “This Won’t Go Viral.” The minimalistic video was co-directed by Jackson and his older brother Iyn Jay. “This Won’t Go Viral” is lifted from Jackson’s debut album, The Love Language, released in 2021. Jackson explained the meaning behind “This Won’t Go Viral” in an interview with
Just in time for the holidays, emerging artist Dominic Scott gifts fans his debut mixtape, Color Theory. Color Theory is a journey of vulnerability. Across eight tracks, Scott tells a story that seems based on different aspects of what comes with falling for someone and the willingness to open up to them. Starting us off
Just before Christmas, a combination of ice, snow and winds is paralyzing much of the U.S.
In the wake of the U.N. biodiversity conference, Julia Simpson, the head of the World Travel and Tourism Council, discusses a new initiative called nature positive travel.