*Facebook members probably never thought they would unwittingly made witnesses to a murder.
Derek Medina, 30, took a picture of his wife’s lifeless body (see photo HERE) and posted it to Facebook after he shot and killed her. Unbelievable, right?
Even more chilling, commenters left messages that read “What happened???? derek” and “That is my friend there. jennifer Alfonso.”
According to reports, he confessed to the crime both by cell phone and on his Facebook page.
Marvin Sapp at the Verizon’s Celebrating Your Story and Empowering Your Network breakfast
*Hardship is no stranger to gospel singer Marvin Sapp, who entitled his latest album “I Win” as a declaration of his struggles through life.
Sapp, who has three young children, lost his wife, MaLinda, in 2010 to colon cancer. Prior to losing his wife, he had suffered the loss of his father, his spiritual guide and his musical mentor.
Sapp said that he was in a position “I was never in before, and it was hard.” However, he went on to say that he had learned through his experience in life that to come out on top, you have to think the right way.
The latest album “I Win” is the first Sapp has produced without the help of his wife to guide him. He says that she was always there to encourage him and listen to his first ideas about the songs but this time was very difficult for him doing it alone. However, he said he now uses his kids to help him make decisions as to what musical lyrics will go into the songs.
Sapp says that one of the songs on his new album, “Keep It Moving,” was inspired by his late wife who used to tell the family to “Keep it moving” on a regular basis to keep up their spirits.
Included in the album are some songs whose lyrics were written by people from social media. Sapp says that he wanted to give someone the chance to write songs that would be heard and also to earn some money in royalties. Sapp admits that he’s not that good at writing songs.
Raymond E. Bradshaw Jr., received a four-year sentence, Tuesday, March 26, 2013, for attempting to kill his wife of 15 years by a hit when voodoo didn’t work.
A relationship can be lethal to a person’s brain when they become obsessed with their mate.
They begin to stalk, threaten, humiliate, and may even turn to psychics and mystics who unwittingly assist them with their insanity.
Raymond E. Bradshaw, Jr., 65, of Washington, D.C., turned to voodoo for help with keeping his wife. But, when it didn’t work out, he shifted his voodoo requests to kill his wife.
Cheryl McLaughin told the Washington Post, that once in summer 2012, she came home to a candle-lit home with pieces of paper under each candle that read: ““make her stay” or “make her love me.”
A wack job, right? But that didn’t work for him, so he just went gangster and said forget this voodoo and asked his nephew to shoot her.
Cheryl McLaughlin was saved because Bradshaw’s nephew took his uncle’s offer to his mother instead of acting on it.
Donovan Nelson, 54, from England, after his liposuction and pectoral surgery called VASER.
*If Ice-T and Coco pop into your head while reading this, we understand.
Anyway, the “50 is the new 30″ age is here and very real. Folks are sparing no expense to be young and sexy.
It appears that being a senior citizen is out of the question for anyone born after 1960.
Donovan Nelson, 54, is a perfect example of the Dorian Gray society we are slowly, but surely, adopting.
The 54-year-old from Braintree, Essex (about 40 miles outside London) has a wife 21 years his junior that still hits the clubs…athletic and otherwise.
Now everyone knows what goes down at the club. It’s like Wild Kingdom in there. (more…)
Donovan Nelson and his wife
Woman sued for formerly being “ugly” because her baby was born “ugly,” according to the father, Jian Feng.
*We’ve heard it all with this story. The buck stops here.
We have no way of knowing how it’s possible that someone could go as far as to actually sue someone for being, ummmmm, let’s say, beautifully challenged.
Now, in the case of a man suing a woman for formerly being a man, that would constitute fraud. But, for formerly being ugly…uhhhhh, I dunno!
This was the scenario between Jian Feng and his wife. According to the Huffington Post, he sued her on the grounds of false pretenses, for not telling him that she had a little bit of plastic surgery before they met.
The wife actually had a $100,000 worth of plastic surgery performed in South Korea. The judge ordered in favor of Jian Feng and ordered her to pay
*Different people have different levels of humor.
There are some you can joke with just about anything and others that have no sense of humor at all.
But, even those with a mild sense of humor may cut somebody if someone surprises them during a joke.
One man thought it would be funny if he’d wake his wife during a road trip to what seemed to be an oncoming truck. Sounds like a barrel of laughs, right? NOT! (more…)