Thursday, 15 November 2012 20:51
Apple's latest product release is always a hot commodity— a fact that certainly isn't lost on the bandits and black marketeers of the world. The company was the victim of a large scale heist at JFK Airport in New York this week, where two men absconded with multiple crates containing approximately $1.5 million worth of iPad Minis.The crooks struck a cargo building at the airport shortly before midnight, using an on-site forklift to load two pallets full of iPad Minis onto a truck, The New York Post reports. [Read More]
Saturday, 14 July 2012 12:18
Earlier this week, Rocsi Diaz sat down with The New York Post to chat about her successful career at BET and revealed that Ludacris first influenced her to make the transition from radio to television. While she was very open about what it was like to meet and interview Eddie Murphy for the first time, she brushed off rumors of dating the actor. Enjoy.
Published in Videos
Wednesday, 21 March 2012 21:42
Contrary to popular belief, Allen Iverson isn't broke. When the news surfaced that AI owed more than $850,000 to a jewelry company, people started speculating over his lack of funds. As it turns out, Iverson has plenty of money to his name, but there's a huge catch. According to the New York Post and Peter Vecsey (so you may want to take this information with a grain of salt):However, hold the bankruptcy proceedings. [Read More]
Published in Sports
Thursday, 01 December 2011 20:28
This morning the New York Post set off serious rumors that Drake had fired his longtime managers and would be seeking help from hometown help moving forward.
According to the newspaper, the 25-year-old said bye to managers Gee Roberson, Al Branch, Kyambo Joshua and Bryant Cortez of Hip Hop Since 1978, the firm that also handles Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj. [Read More]
Published in Gossip
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 16:51
Another woman, Sharon Bialek has come forward with scandalous allegations of sexual harassment against GOP candidate Herman Cain. But her own friends are calling the woman a "gold digger" who is only out for money.
Though her lawyer Gloria Allred painted a respectable and prestigious education and employment history for Sharon Bialek, 50, just a day later it has been revealed that she has not held a job for more than two years and has filed for bankruptcy twice. [Read More]
Published in Politics