NeNe Leakes completely loses it and threatens to “f**k [someone] up” in the midseason trailer for Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s eleventh season.
Bravo released the RHOA Season 11 midseason trailer on February 6th, 2019 and it aired on TV on February 10th.
The nearly 2-minute long clip offers us a quick glimpse into the reality series’ next half, showing Kandi’s dungeon party, Eva’s wedding, the gender reveal for Porsha’s baby, Cynthia Bailey Bailey taking things to the next level with her new boo, and more.
Meanwhile, newcomer Tanya plays her new role as the “bone carrier” (replacing Sheree Whitfield) as she tells her new friend Eva about NeNe talking about her behind her back.
And later, NeNe can be seen going off on someone and threatening them after she opens up to her friends that she’s going through it in regards to her marriage and her husband Gregg Leakes’ battle with cancer.
“I need my friend to be here for me,” she says to Cynthia. Later, her friend Marlo Hampton tells her, “You’re not the only person hurting.”
After that, NeNe goes completely off the rails as she’s seen crying and running after a cameraman, pulling his shirt and fighting to get past him.
“Let’s be clear, bitch, I’m going to f**k you up,” she shouts.
Porsha sums up everything perfectly: “That came out of nowhere. I don’t know what’s going on.”
Watch the Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 11 midseason trailer above, and tune in to RHOA Sunday nights at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
Offset relives the car crash that almost claimed his life last year in the music video for “Red Room,” the lead single from his debut studio album.
The video offers a glimpse into Offset’s life, showing him behind bars and standing in a red room (hence the song’s title) with the names of his four children—Kody, Kulture, Kalea and Jordan—written on the walls.
The video for “Red Room” also shows Offset crashing his green Dodge Challenger in a reenactment of last May’s incident, which landed him in the hospital.
After his wife Cardi B’s big Grammy win, Offset released a trailer for his new album/documentary showing Cardi giving birth to their daughter Kulture.
The title of Offset’s debut solo album hasn’t been revealed, however, the rapper is gearing up to release the project (and its accompanying documentary) on February 22nd.
“My first solo project I want to express my life let my fans know a little more about myself and of course some turn up,” he wrote on Instagram.
Normani is making “Waves” in the video for her debut single featuring 6lack.
Directed by Emil Nava, the clip finds the former Fifth Harmony songstress showcasing her choreography while dancing on the sandy surface of an otherworldly landscape, solidifying herself as Pop music’s next big artist.
Normani is currently working on her debut solo album, due for release later this year, and, though nothing has been confirmed, it’s being speculated that “Waves” is the first single from the project.
The Louisiana rapper formerly known as “Lil Boosie” recently took to Instagram to put 6ix9ine on blast for ratting out his associates in his federal case in which he pled guilty to nine counts of racketeering, conspiracy, firearms offenses and narcotics trafficking.
Boosie says he was initially supportive of the “FEFE” rapper when he was arrested on racketeering charges in November 2018, but when he found out 6ix9ine was cooperating with the feds for a reduced sentence, Boosie changed his mind.
“WHEN YOU FIRST WENT TO JAIL I WAS LIKE FREE DUDE CAUSE I DONT LIKE TO SEE NO ONE N DAT CAGE LIKE DAT… BUT ONE THING I DONT CONDONE OR SUPPORT IS RATS,” Boosie wrote in a post on Instagram.
Three of Tekashi’s former associates—Kintea McKenzie, Anthony Ellison and Denard Butler—were indicted in connection with the crimes.
Tekashi reportedly spoke with investigators and ratted out McKenzie (aka “Kooda B”) as the gunman in the attempted June 2018 shooting of Chief Keef in New York City. McKenzie, who was reportedly paid $10,000, now faces 10 years to life in prison.
Boosie went on to slam the rainbow-haired rapper, saying that he understood the situation he faced, considering he was put in a similar situation years ago and faced the death penalty, but that doesn’t mean he condones snitching.
“YOU GOTTA SAY U A BITCH A** [N***A] WHO WAS JUST WAS PLAYING HOE GAMES WITH EVERYBODY,” the 36-year-old rapper said. “YOU HAVE TO ADMIT ON WAX THAT YOU A HOE A** N***A FROM NOW ON (period)… AND I DO UNDERSTAND YO SITUATION N***A. I WAS FACING A NEEDLE. (Lethal injection) N AINT BEND BREAK R FOLD… #realn***as like myself WE HATE RATS.”
Boosie, who was indicted on first-degree murder charges in 2010, said there are grave consequences to working with the feds.
“IDK ABOUT NEWYORK BUT N LOUISIANA U WILL BE MURDERED LESS THAN A MONTH AFTER YOUR RELEASE FRFR,” he wrote. “YOUR KIDS WILL BULLIED N SCHOOL FOR THE DECISION YOU MADE, you PUT ALL YOUR FAMILY N GRAVE DANGER FOR LIFE CAUSE OF THIS BS, DID U THINK BOUT THEY SAFETY? Keep it 100 u DONT care bout nothin but YOU SMH.”
Tekashi 6ix9ine has had to beef up security for his family since his plea deal was made public. The rapper’s baby mama, Sara Molina, has reportedly hired her own 24/7 armed security to protect her and their 3-year-old daughter.
“He made his bed, now he has to lie in it,” Molina—who recently revealed that 6ix9ine was physically abusive towards her—told TMZ. “But he didn’t think how it’s going to affect others. He’s only thinking about himself in this situation. I’m left to pick up the pieces of whatever mess he’s made.”
Tekashi’s sentencing is scheduled for January 24th, 2020. Though the rapper faces a minimum of 47 years based on his guilty plea, he may receive a lighter sentence if he continues to cooperate with the feds.
After Cardi B and Bruno Mars scored a top 5 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 with the remix to Mars’ 24K Magic album cut “Finesse,” the duo is coming back for seconds with the release of their latest collaboration “Please Me.”
The song, released on Valentine’s Day, comes just days after Cardi made history at the 2019 Grammy Awards as the first solo woman to win the Best Rap Album award for her debut album Invasion of Privacy.
The brothers, Abimbola “Abel” Osundairo and Olabinjo “Ola” Osundairo, were released without charges Friday after Chicago police discovered new evidence and are now cooperating fully with law enforcement, the sources said.
Smollett told police he was attacked in the early morning hours of January 29th by two masked men who punched him and called him racist and gay slurs.
The Empire star also said the men, who he believed to be white, poured an unknown “chemical substance,” possibly bleach, on him and put a noose around his neck before shouting “This is MAGA country!”
Sources told CNN that records show that the Osundairo brothers purchased the rope found around Smollett’s neck at an Ace Hardware store in Chicago.
As we reported yesterday, Abel and Ola were taken into custody Wednesday at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport not long after they arrived back to the United States on a flight from Nigeria, where they had been staying since the attack. Coincidentally, the brothers hopped on a plane to Nigeria, their home country, the same day of the incident.
Internet sleuths discovered that the Osundairo brothers, who are both actors, worked as extras on the Chicago set of Empire, and police linked the brothers to Smollett and the show’s creator Lee Daniels through online phone records.
One of the brothers even posed for a photo with Daniels on the set of an Empire episode, which the writer/director shared on social media in 2015. On top of that, Smollett follows at least one of the brothers on Instagram, and, according to the brothers’ lawyer, Smollett sometimes goes to the gym with them.
Chicago police raided the Abel and Ola Osundairo’s house Wednesday night, and a relative who was at the home said police took bleach, a “black facemask hat,” an Empire script, shoes, electronics, receipts, and other items.
Gloria Schmidt, the brothers’ attorney, insists her clients had nothing to do with the Empire star’s alleged attack.
“They are baffled about why they are people of interest,” she told CBS News on Friday. “It’s an awful thing that happened to Jussie, but it’s not my guys.”
Smollett said in an interview with Good Morning America that aired Thursday that he was “pissed off” because he didn’t understand why some people thought his hate crime assault story was a hoax.
“If I had said it was a Muslim or a Mexican or someone black, I feel like the doubters would have supported me a lot more,” he said.
Soulja Boy and Blac Chyna spent their first Valentine’s Day together on a shopping spree, courtesy of Big Drako.
The rapper shared a photo of himself and Chyna on Instagram riding around Los Angeles in his Rolls-Royce. “Happy Valentine’s Day,” he captioned the photo.
A series of videos posted on Soulja’s IG stories shows the rapper showering his new girlfriend with lavish gifts via the Chanel store.
And TMZ caught the pair as they were leaving Saks Fifth Avenue after the rapper dropped more dough on expensive V-Day gifts. The gossip site pointed out that Soulja was the perfect gentlemen as he carried Chyna’s bags and opened the car door for her.
The first trailer for the upcoming horror thriller “Ma,” starring Octavia Spencer, teaches a VERY important lesson. You’re never too old to apply the rules of “stranger danger.”
Read the film’s synopsis below:
Everybody’s welcome at Ma’s. But good luck getting home safe.
Oscar winner Octavia Spencer stars as Sue Ann, a loner who keeps to herself in her quiet Ohio town. One day, she is asked by Maggie, a new teenager in town, to buy some booze for her and her friends, and Sue Ann sees the chance to make some unsuspecting, if younger, friends of her own.
She offers the kids the chance to avoid drinking and driving by hanging out in the basement of her home. But there are some house rules: One of the kids has to stay sober. Don’t curse. Never go upstairs. And call her “Ma.”
But as Ma’s hospitality starts to curdle into obsession, what began as a teenage dream turns into a terrorizing nightmare, and Ma’s place goes from the best place in town to the worst place on earth.
Ma is directed by Tate Taylor (“The Help” & “Get On Up”) and is produced by Jason Blum (“Get Out,” “Halloween” and “The Purge” series).
In addition to Octavia Spencer, the film also stars Juliette Lewis, Luke Evans, Missi Pyle, McKaley Miller, Corey Fogelmanis, Gianni Paolo and Dante Brown. It arrives in theaters on May 31st, 2019.
Wiz Khalifa teamed up with Oreo for a new commercial starring himself and his adorable son Sebastian Taylor Thomaz aka Bash.
The 50-second commercial, which first aired during Super Bowl 53 and also got significant airtime during the 2019 Grammy Awards this past Sunday, starts out with Wiz busy on the phone as Bash mocks him to get attention.
Soon, the father and son pair go straight into full-on play mode as they’re seen playing with a skateboard, dancing, horse-playing, and, of course, eating Oreo cookies.
The short spot, titled “Stay Playful,” also features new music from Wiz. He reposted a short version of the ad on his IG and wrote in the caption: “What would u do wit a kid this cool?”
Watch the full minute-long ad above, and if that’s not enough father-son cuteness for you, watch Wiz send Bash off on his first day of Kindergarten below:
So this Jussie Smollett hate crime attack story just got a little more interesting.
Chicago police reportedly identified the two Nigerian men who were detained this week as persons of interest in the alleged attack as brothers Abimbola “Abel” Osundairo and Olabinjo “Ola” Osundairo.
Abel and Ola were reportedly taken into custody on Wednesday (Feb. 13) at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport not long after they arrived on a flight from Nigeria, where they had recently been “vacationing” since the attack. Coincidentally, they hopped on a plane to Nigeria the same day of the incident.
Police are now calling the brothers “potential suspects” and they both were arrested Friday in connection with the alleged hate attack. They haven’t been charged yet, but it’s likely they’ll be booked for some form of assault/battery.
Police sources said cops linked the brothers to Smollett and the show’s creator Lee Daniels through online phone records. One of the brothers even appeared in a photo shared by Daniels on social media in 2015 on the set of an Empire episode.
On top of that, Jussie Smollett follows at least one of the brothers on Instagram, and, according to their lawyer, Smollett sometimes goes to the gym with them.
The video below appears to show one of the brothers walking upside down on a treadmill in the gym at Smollett’s building.
A spokesman for Chicago police said those reports weren’t true and they will continue to treat Jussie Smollett as a victim in the investigation.
Media reports anout the Empire incident being a hoax are unconfirmed by case detectives. Supt Eddie Johnson has contacted @ABC7Chicago to state on the record that we have no evidence to support their reporting and their supposed CPD sources are uninformed and inaccurate. pic.twitter.com/iSO5YFv452
Reps for Smollett also denied the reports that he was being written off Empire, and Twentieth Century Fox Television and Fox Entertainment said in a statement: “The idea that Jussie Smollett has been, or would be, written off of EMPIRE is patently ridiculous. He remains a core player on this very successful series and we continue to stand behind him.”
Police, however, now say they have “probable cause” that the Osundairo brothers were involved in the January 29th attack, in which Smollett claims he was punched and called racist and gay slurs by two masked men who shouted “This is MAGA country!” The Empire star also said the men poured an unknown “chemical substance,” possibly beach, on him and put a noose around his neck.
The brothers’ attorney, Gloria Schmidt, insists they had nothing to do with Jussie’s alleged attack.
“They are baffled about why they are people of interest,” she told CBS News on Friday. “It’s an awful thing that happened to Jussie, but it’s not my guys.”
She added: “This is someone that they know, this is someone that they’ve worked with. So they don’t want to see somebody go through that.”
Chicago police raided the Abel and Ola Osundairo’s house Wednesday night, and a relative who was at the home said police took bleach, a “black facemask hat,” an “Empire” script, shoes, electronics, receipts, and other items.
The woman, who was patted down by an officer and asked if she knows Smollett personally, said she thinks police picked the two brothers up for questioning because of their loose connection to Smollett, and the fact that they left for Nigeria the same day of the attack. Their attorney said they were visiting family and the timing is simply a coincidence.
Good Morning America aired an interview with Jussie Smollett Sunday in which the actor called the rumors he’s heard about the night, like speculation that his attack was a homosexual date gone wrong, “offensive.”
Smollett also said he was “pissed off” because he didn’t understand why some people don’t believe he was really attacked.
“At first it was the thing of like, listen, if I tell the truth then that’s it because it’s the truth,” he said. “Then it became a thing of, like, how can you doubt that? How can you not believe that? It’s the truth.”
He added: “If I had said it was a Muslim or a Mexican or someone black, I feel like the doubters would have supported me a lot more.”
When GMA host Robin Roberts asked Smollett how he would feel is attackers were never caught, he got very emotional and said he hopes footage showing the attack in detail is found and released so that people can stop using the word “alleged” to describe the incident.