Drake has cleared up speculation about him showcasing ex-girlfriend and singer Rihanna's picture along with the number 666, which is often associated with the Devil.
Drake, 27, and Rihanna, 26, dated earlier this year before breaking up for unknown reasons. While a number of fans and blogs have accused Drake of writing his song "Days In The East" about her, he fueled the speculation even further with a recent performance of the song at OVOfest on Monday.
While performing his song, a red tinted image of Rihanna appeared on a screen in-between three flashes of the number six, a symbol that the Bible labels a mark of "the beast." After a number of fans took to social media to accuse the rapper of calling the Barbadian singer the devil, Drake refused to admit that labeling Rihanna as such was his intention. more >>
Brandy Norwood recently opened up to Oprah Winfrey about how some of the greatest tragedies in her life brought her closer to God.
Brandy, the 35-year-old singer and actress, appeared on "Oprah: Where Are They Now," to speak with the 60-year-old media maven about her life. The performer revealed that a fatal car accident in 2006 that resulted in her accidentally killing a woman while behind the wheel was the worst moment in her life.
"You never wake up thinking that … today's the day that something like this would happen," Brandy told Oprah. "Being involved in something that tragic, and I couldn't believe it, and I don't like to think about it because I don't think that is something I could ever get over or truly understand, but that was one of the worst times of my life." more >>
Sir Elton John is world famous and deservedly so. This billionaire singer is one of the most creative talents we have. But when he attacks Christian missionaries in Africa and other Third World regions, his message is off-key. Instead of "Crocodile Rock," he's peddling a Crocodile Crock.
As a mega-star, Sir Elton is free to say whatever he likes. His native Britain and the U.S. are still free countries. But his belief that the worst thing about AIDS is the "stigma" attached to it is bizarre. We thought the worst thing about AIDS was the disease itself. Even here, however, Sir Elton is free to disagree with us.
What is wholly offensive, however, is Sir Elton John's attack on Christian missionaries is being funded by U.S. taxpayers—Us!—and distributed to the very nations that are in dire need of help. This Voice of America video is titled "AIDS 2014—Living in the Shadows." It's a series of stories of truly terrible treatment of people suffering from AIDS, or survivors whose family members died of AIDS. There's nothing wrong with showing compassion for these desperate people. more >>
Destiny's Child singer Michelle Williams recently admitted that working on the upcoming series "Fix My Choir" with fellow music sensation Deitrick Haddon is nothing like what she expected.
Williams, 33, and co-star Haddon, 41, are gearing up to help gospel choirs in churches, schools, and communities with the upcoming Oxygen network reality television series that is slated for a fall debut. The pair of gospel singers will serve as mentors for choirs who may be struggling.
Williams recently gave fans a glimpse of what to expect from the upcoming show. more >>
Imagine heading home from a long stressful day at work and suddenly your whole subway car is taken over … from the cast of a Broadway play! This will surely wake you right up and put a big smile on your face. On this day, these passengers definitely got more than they paid for.
About 30 cast members from "The Lion King" participated in this awesome rendition, sending the subway riders for an incredible ride of a lifetime. So who says you can't have the same thing happen to you while on your way home from work?
Enjoy this awesome video of the cast singing "The Circle of Life" below: more >>
Highlighting that a Baptist church recently canceled one their events due to a swirling controversy over their views on the Bible, Christian couple Michael and Lisa Gungor of the Grammy nominated, Dove award-winning band Gungor affirmed their faith in God Wednesday and insisted that "NO REASONABLE PERSON takes the entire Bible completely literally."
In their most recent explanation of their theological position, Gungor tweeted late Wednesday night: "For those who heard rumblings of apostasy or scandal, we'd like to clear the air. Fundamentalists, 'I'm with you.'"
Included with the tweet was a link to a blog post, titled "I'm With You," from Michael Gungor addressing the ballooning controversy and apologizing to fans who may have been under the impression that they were fundamentalist Christians. more >>