Beyonce is being accused of acting rudely to Kelly Rowland the singer's fellow member of their former group Destiny's Child.
An old video surfaced on the video sharing website Vine, where each of the four original Destiny's Child group members which include LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett introduce themselves. When Rowland introduced herself, it seemed a young Beyonce was not happy with her statement.
"I'm the second lead vocalist of the group," Rowland said in the old video, which has been circulating on Twitter and Vine without a specific date. more >>
When a news reporter happened to film a homeless man rummaging through garbage piles in Oakland, Calif., no one would have guessed the man was the long-lost original drummer for the pioneering Latin-fusion rock band Santana.
"My name is Marcus Malone. At one time I was with the Santana band – the original Santana Blues Band," Malone recently told a surprised Stanley Roberts, a reporter for KRON – TV in San Francisco.
The reporter did some research to confirm Malone's identity, and the fluky encounter eventually led to Santana and Malone reuniting with each other after a 40-year separation. more >>
"American Idol" runner-up and openly gay singer Clay Aiken may attempt a bid for a seat representing North Carolina in the House of Representatives this year.
Aiken, 35, who finished second to Ruben Studdard on the show's second season in 2003, may attempt to take a seat away from Republicans and current Rep. Renee Ellmers.
According to two unnamed Democratic sources that talked with The Washington Blade, Aiken has been making preliminary fundraising phone calls to test his viability as a candidate. The singer must make his decision by Feb. 28, the deadline for filing for the May 6 primary. more >>
Karrueche Tran is defending herself against claims that she was making light of the death of the late singer Aaliyah.
Aaliyah died over 12 years ago in a plane crash at the age of 22. After Tran, the 25-year-old model and girlfriend of singer Chris Brown, posted an image of a coloring book with Aaliyah's likeness on it while flying, many spoke out against her.
"Bought a cool coloring book for the plane," Tran shared with fans on Instagram. more >>
Rapper DMX recently turned the attention off of him and onto Jesus during a concert in Dubai while performing alongside rap artist Coolio, where he engaged his fans to listen in while he spoke about God.
"I could fight off the devil with the spoken word saying, 'devil, I rebuke you,'" said DMX, according to RumorFix.com "I saw that I was heard, because no matter what I've been through I was still filled with the armor that comes with the blood of Jesus."
The message that appeared much like a short sermon on spiritual authority prompted the crowd to cheer the rapper on as he spoke. This is the first time that DMX interrupts one his concerts to speak about God in such a manner. However, the rapper has been vocal about his faith recently after receiving encouragement from fellow rap artist Ja Rule to remain strong amid his personal battles. more >>
Beyoncé is in hot water with fans and the public after two back-to-back incidents involving her latest album and Instagram account. In one, the singer used audio from the fatal Challenger explosion in a song, and in the other incident, Beyoncé put herself in the middle of a photo of the Last Supper, imposing herself where Jesus Christ should have been.
The trouble began when people realized that audio from the 1986 Challenger disaster, in which all seven crewmembers aboard the space shuttle, were killed soon after takeoff. The audio is used in the song "XO," which is on the singer's latest album. She issued an apology to the families of those lost and to her fans as well.
"My heart goes out to the families of those lost in the Challenger disaster," Beyonce told ABC News. "The song 'XO' was recorded with the sincerest intention to help heal those who have lost loved ones and to remind us that unexpected things happen, so love and appreciate every minute that you have with those who mean the most to you. The songwriters included the audio in tribute to the unselfish work of the Challenger crew with hope that they will never be forgotten." more >>