Jeremy Bieber, Justin Bieber's father is publicly supporting his son who is facing media scrutiny following recent legal troubles.
After Justin, the 19-year-old Canadian singer,turned himself into Canadian police officers stemming from assault accusations from a limousine driver last month, his father took to Twitter to let it be known that he was giving his son refuge.
"Safe and sound #homesweethome," Jeremy tweeted along with a picture of his famed son sleeping in bed with his little brother. more >>
Beyonce may be ready to become a vegan once again.
While Beyonce and her rap mogul husband Jay Z ended last year showcasing their decision to take a vegan challenge, the 32-year-old singer took to her Instagram account to hint that she could be embarking on the same journey one again.
"#22daysvegan," Beyonce captioned a photograph of a vegan protein bar topped with banana slices. more >>
Bobbi Kristina Brown, the 20-year-old daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston, said that public scrutiny about her relationship with her longtime friend Nick Gordon fueled her to marry him.
"It put a fire in us," Gordon explained on Extra recently. "The critics can say whatever they want to say… it's like we have a force field and that (expletive) just bouncing off of it."
While some media outlets have claimed that Houston adopted Gordon and called him Brown's brother, the newlyweds set the record straight about why some people thought they were siblings. more >>
Justin Bieber is receiving support from is music industry peers despite encountering some legal woes.
Bieber, the 19-year-old Canadian crooner, returned to his home country where he turned himself into police custody one month after being accused of assaulting a limousine driver. The news comes after he was was arrested in Miami last week for a DUI.
Aside from his recent arrest, Bieber has been scrutinized after being accused of egging his neighbor's home which could lead to legal trouble, along with other aggressive behavior. Still, Bieber's music industry peers are offering him support. more >>
Brian Liebman, the man behind "Yeezianity," wants to clear up the misunderstanding behind his newly founded religion and make it known that his purpose is to establish faith in humanity and not to elevate Kanye West to the stature of Jesus Christ.
Liebman, 23, who prefers to be identified as BMAN, his "artist" name, says the contentious idea behind Yeezianity steers away from idolatry. And although he says his admiration for the rapper is anything but worship, BMAN finds no shame in desiring to be like his "model."
After revealing his identity as the founder of the movement, BMAN received negative feedback from Christians and nonbelievers alike. He said he was negatively portrayed and misrepresented in the media as an unsocial individual and unemployed yet privileged by way of his parents' income, which prompted him to contact The Christian Post to establish the truth behind his motives. more >>
An Oscar nomination for a relatively unknown Christian film was rescinded on Wednesday on accusations that its composer used his leadership position in the Academy to improperly influence members to select the film.
Although critics and the film's composers were surprised when "Alone Yet Not Alone" received a nomination for Best Original Song for its song of the same name, not all individuals associated with the film were industry outsiders.
Bruce Broughton, who composed the song, is a former governor of the music branch and current member of the executive committee of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. more >>