*It’s not cute to be a cheapskate!
But Tamar Braxton is facing rumors she is one — not paying her employees very well or at all!
Braxton is of course denying these rumors.
But if it acts like a duck and quacks like a duck… it’s a duck!
But no one knows she’s a duck for sure.
*If the old adage about heroes not living up to the hype in real life is true, then Ken Griffey, Jr. passed with flying colors Wednesday during an interview on ESPN’s SportsCenter.
The future Hall of Famer seemed to be totally disinterested as he laced his interview with one-word answers for veteran broadcaster Linda Cohn, who immediately cut short the segment once she noticed Griffey’s declining attention span.
Griffey’s SportsCenter interview comes as baseball card maker Upper Deck celebrates its 25th anniversary and teams are in the midst of spring training for MLB’s 2014 season. Continue reading
Big Boi at HBO’s Catch The Throne All Star Weekend Event, February 16, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana
*Is Westeros in the house? Without a doubt.
HBO has released its hip hop “Game of Thrones” mixtape “Catch the Throne,” featuring tracks from Wale, Common, Big Boi, Daddy Yankee and more.
Each song starts out with a bit of dialogue from the series, setting the tone and establishing the beat’s subject before transitioning into the song.
Omar Epps reunites Jacob, a young boy presumed long dead, with his family on the series premiere of ABC’s Resurrection. Credit: ABC/Bob Mahoney
*In an in-depth and fun interview, EURweb publisher Lee Bailey spoke with Jason Mott, the author of the New York Times bestseller, “The Returned.”
The novel, published by Harlequin Mira last August, has already been adapted for television by ABC Studios, Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment and Brillstein Entertainment Partners for the ABC drama series, “Resurrection,” which debuts March 9 on ABC.
At 35 years old, Mott is justifiably on cloud 9 with this latest accomplishment and tells LB that he has been trying to get published for years. Continue reading