For all of you fans of The Heavster, get ready to for a big documentary on Heavy D airing this Sunday on "Centric". Get ready to check him out at his rarest form and see him in his last televised appearance which was on BET Award!
This year, we lost some of our brightest stars in everything from athletes to rock to hip-hop and pop, to TV and film. They were all at different stages in their careers, some working on a come back, some just starting to rise, others already legends — but all left a distinct mark on pop culture, and their deaths left one on our hearts.
The Over-Weight Lover, Heavy D emerged on the scene in the late 1980s with his group Heavy D & the Boyz. His 1989 release "Big Tyme," which featured the songs "Somebody For Me" and "We Got Our Own Thang," finished that year as the top selling soul record. In addition to acting, and his 11 chart topping albums, he also penned the themes for FOX comedies "I
Are people really tired of Kim Kardashian? Feel free to give your comments. Tyler Perry's been over whelmed with petitions to cancel her role in his up coming film and now E! is being bombarded to take her whole family off the T.V. In the meantime, her ex-publicist is throwing her behind under the bus big time.
This just in -- Mariah Yeater's initial attorneys have dropped her as a client! Could this be a sign that her story is just that ... a story? Well, you know I got the latest. By the way, as previously reported, Justin's camp said that they plan for him to take a DNA test as soon as he returns to the states. Well, he's back!
I guess you can say he's following in the footsteps of Russel Simmons, cause Lil Wayne is getting into the credit card business. For those of you who find it difficult to get a card this might be a little something you want to check on. Plastic is taking over, but not everyone can reach the qualifications for standard credit cards. So, it's Weezy to the rescue!