Pharrell Williams, the 41-year-old record producer and artist, believes that 18-year-old Michael Brown showcased bullyish behavior before being shot to death by Ferguson, Miss police officer Darren Wilson last August.
While protests have been sparked in cities across the country after a grand jury announced that Wilson would face no charges for shooting Brown dead, many celebrities have spoken out against what they believe to be an unfair ruling. Countless celebrities have spoken out against a black unarmed teenager being killed by a white police officer, but Williams offered a different perspective.
After a video surfaced of Brown stealing cigars in a strong arm robbery from a local convenience store just minutes before his untimely death, Williams questioned the dead teenager's behavior. more >>
Chris Brown is identifying with slain teenager Michael Brown, who was fatally shot in an altercation with Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in August.
After a grand jury ruled that they would not indict Wilson on any charges for the fatal shooting of the 18-year-old this week, the United States has been filled with protests in multiple cities and states. While many celebrities have spoken out on the issue, the 25-year-old singer indicated that he related to the events that have taken place.
In an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, Wilson said Michael Brown became violent towards him. more >>
Scott Stapp, born-again Christian and former frontman of the popular '90s rock band "Creed," who recently opened up about his past drug and alcohol addiction, has shot down media reports alleging that he has fallen off the wagon as lies and slander and is seeking a "good and honest" lawyer to help him clear his name.
The Grammy Award-winning 41-year-old singer revealed in a CP report a year ago when he launched his latest album, "Proof of Life," that he had found his way back to Jesus and was recovering front his drug-addled, suicidal rock star lifestyle.
Court documents recently highlighted by the Miami Herald, however, note that Stapp's wife of eight years, former beauty queen Jaclyn Stapp, has filed for divorce alleging that he was on a drug binge last month and has released text messages to support her petition. more >>
Reflecting on the growing racial tensions in Ferguson, Missouri, Grammy Award-winning gospel artist Kirk Franklin took to Twitter to call on men to mentor troubled youth.
Franklin tweeted that he has struggled to respond to the news that St. Louis County prosecutors would not be trying Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the August shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. But he finally broke his silence on the matter Tuesday evening.
In a series of tweets, the gospel recording artist urged men in Ferguson and nationwide to take a troubled child under their wings. "Imagine," he wrote "In Ferguson and across the country if every successful male embraced a young man from a less fortunate community (two times) a month (and) showed him what success looks like, smells like, checked on his grades, went to his game." more >>
An American hockey team was in Canada for a game when this person sang both countries' anthems.
Halfway through the national anthem for the U.S., the microphone seemed to encounter technical difficulties. But that didn't stop these fans from helping finish it. These Canadian hockey fans sang together in a version of the U.S. national anthem that will give you chills. The fans did something amazing for all those who are watching from another country.
Listen to this live version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" sung by the crowd in Canada below: more >>
Selena Gomez offered an emotional rendition of her latest single "The Heart Wants What It Wants" before mouthing "Thank you Jesus" at the American Music Awards on Sunday night.
The 2014 AMA's saw the former Disney star take the stage in a floor-length gown before a backdrop featuring a violent storm while performing "The Heart Wants What It Wants," which is said to depict Gomez's tumultuous relationship with Justin Bieber.
"The bed's getting cold and you're not here / the future that we hold is so unclear / But I'm not alive until you call / and I'll bet the odds against it all," Gomez belted out during the chorus. more >>