A fan of Chris Brown reportedly broke into his home Thursday and vandalized his property, but the rapper who just finished serving six years probation for physically assaulting his ex-girlfriend said he chose to pray for the woman he found naked in his bed after she allegedly trashed the belongings of his daughter and dog.
Brown, the 26-year-old R&B star, returned to his Los Angeles home Thursday where he found the words "I love you" plastered on a wall and the hinges removed from the doors where Amira Ayeb, 21, entered and reportedly left her mark. The singer gave an account of the events that took place on his Instagram page, while posting a photograph of Ayeb.
"I get home and find this crazy individual in my house. She had broken the hinges off the doors," Brown wrote in a post that has since been removed. "She found time to cook several meals. She wrote 'I love you' on the walls." more >>
An English professor at California State University-Northridge, who was raised by two lesbian mothers, claims that the federal government could be liable for paying "reparations" to thousands of children raised by same-sex parents due to the emotional damage suffered from being deprived of opposite-sex parents.
Professor Robert Oscar Lopez, who is openly bisexual and also married, wrote in an op-ed for the American Thinker that somewhere between 100,000 and 500,000 children could be placed in homes with same-sex parents in the next 15 years as a result of state and federal governments' growing acceptance of same-sex marriage and same-sex parenting.
"Whatever the numbers of kids being raised in gay homes might be right now, with the rise of gay marriage, there was a rise in kids being raised by gay couples," Lopez wrote. "Those responsible for gay marriage will be responsible for thousands upon thousands of individual children who would not have been raised by same-sex couples were it not for actions taken by the government." more >>
Stephen Curry, the Christian Golden State Warriors point guard, was officially named MVP of the 2014-2015 NBA season and made sure that his faith was at the forefront of his acceptance speech.
Curry, 27, received the honor after getting 100 of 130 first place votes and earning 1,198 points from a panel of 129 writers, broadcasters and fans who voted on the NBA's official website. After helping his top-seed Warriors dominate the Western Conference, the guard made sure to highlight his faith when accepting the MVP honor Monday.
He spoke about his blessings, despite some of the struggles he was forced to endure. more >>
Two men will be quoting the Bible from memory to raise money for charity to benefit the earthquake recovery in the Asian nation of Nepal.
Tom Meyer and Jason Nightingale of Wordsowers International will begin their marathon memorized recitation of the Bible at noon Wednesday and conclude at the same time the following day.
The event will be held at Shasta Bible College in Redding, California, which will be livestreamed by the academic institution. more >>
Apple is rumored to be skipping the iPhone 6S entirely and releasing an iPhone 7 within 2015 to feature major changes in design and specs.
Speculation has emerged Apple is geared to release its iPhone 7 in October 2015, reportedly skipping the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus entirely due to the significant changes the company will endow its next flagship device.
While the specs of the new phone remain conjecture at the moment, KGI Securities has mentioned the company is putting in a host of major components for the iPhone 7, including an AMOLED screen that will go easier on battery consumption, and a Taptic engine to enable the same Force Touch capability seen in the Apple Watch. more >>
A South Los Angeles man has been hailed a hero for building a portable home for a homeless grandmother in his neighborhood. The random act of kindness has inspired a new campaign to help other homeless people, particularly children and U.S. military veterans, and donations are pouring in.
Elvis Summers, 37, had no idea how impacted he would be after sparking up an unlikely bond with Irene McGhee, also known as "Smokie."
The 60-year-old widow, who has been homeless for 10 years since losing her late husband and her home, used to sleep in the dirt on Summers' street. She would stop by his apartment near 30th and Van Buren every other day to collect recyclables, which is how they formed a friendship. more >>