Here’s the first pic of Tamera Mowry-Housley’s baby bump. News of her pregnancy hit the internet yesterday, and you can read all about here. Sister Tia shared this photo of Tamera on her timeline.
Also, the book Tamera is holding in her hand, Oh Baby, is written by her sister Tia. The books takes you through the journey of being pregnant. Oh Baby is filled with anecdotes from Tia’s personal life during her pregnancy. Get the details on the book…
Now see, THIS is why people need to chill with what they’re rapping about. Rapper Lil Boosie is set to go on trial in six days for first-degree murder and the judge has allowed prosecutors to use his rap lyrics against him, per Billboard. D’OH!
Lil Boosie is on trial for the murder of Terry Boyd. Prosecutors claim that Lil Boosie hired Michael Louding to kill Boyd. Louding, who’s accused of six different murders in Baton Rouge, Lousiana, confessed to the police that Boosie paid him $2800 to kill Boyd. SMH During the pre-trial hearing, prosecutors flexed their legal muscle and presented Boosie’s lyrics before the judge:
Now this is a unique business venture, if I do say so myself. Chris Brown is pairing up with artist Ron English to create a line of collectible toys and unique art sculptures called Dum English, according to Billboard. Set to launch on May 2 in Los Angeles, the limited edition line is only going to offer 1000 pieces in the toy line and only 20 pieces in the fiberglass sculpture line.
The toy designs are based off of his Mechanical Dummy blog. Not only does he feature his own work on Mechanical Dummy but he features the work of budding artists as well. I never realized how much he puts into his artistic side. If you’re in LA then you’re in luck. You can actually witness him doing his painting thing when the line launches:
There’s a popular celebrity magazine out there that has a little segment called something like “They’re Just Like Us!”, in which they highlight every day things celebrities are caught doing. I really hate that segment because it makes it seem like celebrities aren’t human. But I guess sometimes people need to be reminded of that because it’s easy to put them on another level. VH1 aired their Behind The Music special featuring Brandy last night, which went into a lot of areas Brandy has never really talked about before. Specifically, she went into the 2006 fatal car crash that she was involved in, which resulted in the death of Awatif Aboudihaj.
I would hear what people would say, and still to this day they know that that’s a button. They know that they can call me a murderer or call me someone that killed someone. They know that is a button for me. A murderer is someone who premeditates it. I didn’t wake up that day to be involved in a fatal car crash.
I know on Twitter it seems as if there’s always a Brandy joke regarding the car crash at least once a week but