“By the way…I am NOT ‘Billie Jean!’”
*It’s the story everyone is talking about. Or should we say It’s the question everyone is asking: is singer Brandon Howard the son of Michael Jackson?
So far a DNA test, which came out positive, has been mostly debunked and some are saying the father is Joe Jackson or someone in the Jackson family. However, the Jackson brothers recently stated there was no truth to that rumor as well.
Finally, this past Friday, musician Augie Johnson, whose vocal group Side Effect featured Brandon’s mother, singer Miki Howard (pictured), said that he’s Brandon’s father. Interestingly, based on the response we’ve seen on our messageboards, most people don’t believe him. it’s as if they want to believe that Brandon Howard really is Michael’s son or at least a Jackson. Continue reading
*Well, surprise! No one knew! Did anyone?
Kyla Pratt is a mother… twice! And she managed to keep it on the low forever.
Pratt gave birth to her second child (a baby girl) in August 2013.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is hopeful Michael Vick will make the Vikings cut!
Peterson wants to be on the same team as Philadelphia Eagles Vick.
*”Scandal” actor Jeff Perry joined Arsenio Hall on the couch Friday night and spilled details about what’s in store for his character, Cyrus.
Perry, who described Cyrus as “Dick Cheney meets Iago,” dug into the grave miscalculation his character made that now endangers those around him.
*Looks like Jennette McCurdy is the latest celebrity to join the “ratchet ho” club. At least that’s what Charlamagne tha God says.
According to the Charlamagne, the “iCarly” star earned her new label by simply playing NBA star Andre Drummond like a fiddle to boost her celebrity status.
Charlamagne’s declaration comes amid McCurdy publicly engaging Drummond on Twitter after he named her his “Woman Crush Wednesday.”
Jason Weaver & Lil Boosie
*Now this is some real country-fied, ratchet mess here.
We’re talking about the so-called “celebrations” via social media of the release of rapper Lil Boosie from Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola this past Wednesday, which has drawn the ire of Jason Weaver. Via Instagram, the actor/singer took exception to the over the top “reaction” by Lil Boosie’s fans and family, calling it “coon sh*t.” Yes, he did.
Weaver, rightfully so in a lot of folks’ opinion, is concerned because the rapper – who was already serving a four-year sentence for drugs and gun possession when he was found guilty of conspiring to smuggle codeine, marijuana and ecstasy into prison – is being glorified like he’s a hero. Here’s what he wrote: