Beyonce Debuts Her Twins – Tha Wire
Today in Tha Wire Beyonce sends the world greetings from her family's newest additions. Bey felt it was time to formally introduce her twins, Sir Carter and Rumi. Peep the flat tummy... I ain't mad at cha Bey. Congrats to you and Jay. HipHollywood reports Queen Bey premiered her 1 month old daughter, and son yesterday on Instagram. Pretty much the same way she debuted her baby-bump, the songstress posed surrounded by a floral ensemble and sported a baby blue headpiece.
The official date of birth for the new Carter twins is June 13, 2017. Blue is 5-yrs old now, and word has it, she's ecstatic about being a big sister.
In other news, Billboard reports rap legend DMX was arrested Thursday July 13, 2017 for tax fraud. X whose real name is, Earl Simons, was reportedly charged with tax fraud by the U.S. Attorney for New York. This is pretty crazy and couldn't have come at a worse time. The 46-year old rap superstar was gearing up to head out on the 20th Anniversary Reunion Tour, with the rest of the Ruff Ryder clique. Matter of fact, the first date is scheduled for next Saturday July 22.
Now things are in limbo as to whether or not, he'll be able to perform. X is facing some serious charges, which can bring some major time if he gets convicted. The iconic rapper/actor was indicted Friday appearing in federal court to be formally charged. Basically X is accused of concealing millions of his income, to avoid paying roughly $1.7 million in taxes.
U.S. Attorney’s Office released a laundry list of charges in the indictment. Accusing The Dog of evading taxes, by setting up various accounts in other people's' names. Then paying most of his bills with cash. Ironically also mentioned, was when the music mogul reportedly refused to accept a check for appearing on VH1’s Celebrity Couples Therapy, until it was reissued without taxes being withheld.
As it stands, X is looking at 14 counts, they include- one count of corruptly endeavoring to obstruct and impede the due administration of Internal Revenue Laws, one count of evasion of payment of income taxes, six counts of evasion of assessment of income tax liability, and another six counts of failure to file a U.S. individual income tax return."
Damn! This is a developing story, so as we learn more, you'll get more. Meanwhile, get the goods on all things in entertainment with Tha Wire on The People's Station 107 Jamz.