The BET Honors Air Tonight –Tha Wire
Hosted by Gabrielle Union for the fourth year in a row, the BET Honors airs tonight. Though is was pre-filmed there's no word as to whether or not Whitney Houston's untimely death with be mentioned or not. I guess we'll have to wait and see. Some of the highlights for this evenings show, is the touching speech Nick Cannon
gave his wife Mariah (one of tonight's honoree's). Other honoree's include Stevie Wonder, Maya Angelou, Spike Lee, The Tuskegee Airmen and Beverly Kearney. Plus, an a-list of performers will grace the stage like Robin Thicke, Kelly Rowland and more. Press play for more details and the time.
The Grammy Awards was truly memorable for good and bad reasons of course. Starting with the fact that Whitney Houston died. It's still hard to even imagine she's gone. The coroner completed the autopsy and reveled their findings. Plus, Bobby Brown has taken "leave" from the road to be with his daughter. Then their were the winners and those who didn't even get a nod. Press play to get the 411 now with Tha Wire:
HERE'S TODAY'S BONUS STORY:
This is not a good year for Bow Wow. The IRS is on him for not paying his taxes, going as far as putting a lien on him. They are sighting he owes a few hundred thousand. On top of that, a tour bus company out of Tennessee filed suit against him for not paying a bill after using their services. The company to him to court and won a judgement, however Bow Weezy never paid up.
So, they brought the judgement to Atlanta and asked that a ATL judge intervene and file a motion to make him pay up. The judge agreed and took a step further ordering a warrant for his arrest. Where Bow Wow is supposed to be picked up and detained until he pays what he owes.
Meanwhile, Bow Wow, who's real name is Shad Moss, is now being accused of stiffing a limo company out of $3, 594.87. So, they have filed suit as well. According to reports, the bill goes all the way back to 2008 and stems from services provided in California. Looks like there gonna have to get in line, as his list of creditors keeps growing.