*Charlize Theron doesn’t remember the “Mad Max” film because she too young, but she knew of the franchise growing up in South Africa.
However, she vividly remembers seeing a taste of the post-apocalyptic world in Tupac’s “California Love” music video.
*There’s no beef between Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan despite rumors, according to LA Clippers player Dahntay Jones, who told TMZ they are like brothers.
“Guys fight and argue on the court, but that’s just the emotion of the game,” Jones said. “But people want to blow things out of proportion.”
*Machine Gun Kelly recently stopped by New York’s Hot 97. There, he confirmed he’s dating Amber Rose after rumors circulated about them since last month, according to HipHollywood.
“Everything was completely natural. Wasn’t anything that I had expected or had planned or anything like that,” MGK said.
*V. Stiviano wants folks to know that she has a 5-year-old daughter. Therefore, she took to Instagram to share the “news.”
Donald Sterling‘s ex-mistress isn’t done having fun and tampering with other folks lives. Allegedly, a NBA star is the father of the child.
She’s certainly continuing to soak up the attention she received from Sterling’s racist controversy in the Instagram post.
Allen Iverson, Tom Brokaw.
*A new documentary, “Iverson,” chronicles the kid, the young man and star of NBA legend Allen Iverson, as well as his ups-and-downs leading up to his electrifying career, according to the Huffington Post.
*Morgan Creek has some competition. Tupac‘s former producing partner Gobi Rahimi is working on his own biopic about the late rap icon, according to Deadline.
Rahimi, who directed two of Tupac’s music videos, launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for a film called, “7Dayz,” highlighting the last days of his life.