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We all know Kanye West can be a bit of a Diva when he wants to be. However, details in regard to his ALLEGED tour rider just came out and some of the demands or way over the top....EVEN for Kanye. For the skinny press play now.
In other news, Boyz II Men has had an amazing year in 2011. They began the year celebrating 20 years in the business. That being said, they released a new album called "Twenty" and it's in stores everywhere. Then, they got their props in Hollywood be getting their very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Finally, they rapped the year up by teaming up with Justin Bieber on his holiday album "Under the Mistltoe". Now the brotha's on gearing up for a major 36-date U.S. tour! You know I got the dates close to home, so for info press play now for Tha Wire:
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Maybe it's me, but I think this is a little extreme. CNN commentator and host of Washington Watch Roland Martin has been suspended over tweets he made during the Super Bowl. For some strange reason, some people got into an uproar over his tweets, including members of GLAAD when Roland tweeted about the David Beckham underwear ad. This was his tweet.
" If a dude at your Super Bowl party is hyped about David Beckham's H&M underwear ad, smack the ish out of him!" He also allegedly, alluded to on of the players needing to get a "beating" (of course not literally) for rocking pink from head to toe before the game.
Anyway, the big wigs at CNN felt that those tweets warranted Roland's suspension. The fact that Roland issued a statement the day after the game saying "let me address the issue that some in the LGBT community have raised regarding some of my Super Bowl tweets yesterday. I made several cracks about soccer as I do all the time. i was not referring to sexuality directly or indirectly regarding the David Beckham ad, and I'm sorry folks took it otherwise". Didn't make a difference.
CNN issued a statement of their own saying "Roland Martin's tweets were regrettable and offensive. Language that demeans is inconsistent with the values and culture of our organization, and is not tolerated. We have been giving careful consideration to this matter, and Roland will not be appearing on our air for the time being".