A woman has accused R&B singer Chris Brown of hitting her in an incident at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.
Based on a report filed on Saturday morning, Chris Brown allegedly hit a woman on her head and took her cellphone after she attempted to take a photo with the singer. The incident, which occurred outside the Palms Casino Resort, is currently being investigated by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, according to USA Today.
A press release from the Las Vegas police says the woman sustained minor injuries from the "battery" and the hotel security escorted the accuser out of the venue. She later came back to the same hotel to detail the incident to the hotel security. more >>
"American Idol" has launched the careers of some of the nation's favorite Christian singers, including Mandisa, Colton Dixon and Danny Gokey. As the show enters into its final season in 2016, many artists are sharing their reflections about the experience.
The final season of "American Idol" is scheduled to premiere on Jan. 6 and the Fox network has announced that its final season will include judges Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. Television and radio personality Ryan Seacrest, the competition's longtime host, will also return for the show's 15th season.
News of the series coming to an end was announced in May 2015 and since that time the show's successful alumni have publicly reacted to its cancellation. According to The New York Times, at the height of its popularity, "Idol" drew over 30 million viewers. The highest season on record being season 5, which featured gospel and contemporary Christian recording artist Mandisa. more >>
Even though people are ashamed of their sins, gospel singer Kierra Sheard says believers are called to confess their struggles one to another.
In a blog post titled "I Won't Stop Fighting," the 28-year-old gospel singer shared James 5:16 which states: "Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective."
She then expressed the importance of dealing with sin head on and finding help in others to do so. more >>
In a video promoting the upcoming release of his book, Unashamed, Reach Records rapper Lecrae tells fans he's going to reveal the greatest regret of his life.
He not only shares that secret, along with the craziest thing that's ever happend to him, but within the 208-page book, set to release on May 3, he reveals intimate details about his difficult past, including childhood abuse, struggles with drugs and alcohol, bouts of depression, and a suicide attempt.
The book is named after a scripture Lecrae and his fellow Reach Record rappers often proclaim, which is Roman 1:16: "For I am unashamed of the Gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek." The verse is also the inspiration behind their name, 116 clique. more >>
In a Facebook post just days after Christmas, singer Natalie Grant desperately pleaded for prayers for her daughter, Grace, who was in respiratory distress with pneumonia and a collapsed lung.
Grant took to Facebook Wednesday with a praise report leading up to New Year's Eve.
Update on Gracie: our girl has made MIRACULOUS improvements overnight!!! One of my specific prayer requests was that her spO2 levels would increase - they were steadily hovering around 85-88% and that was WITH the help of oxygen. Now the level is at 95% and she no longer needs oxygen. The tube is gone! Believing it will be at 100% soon. Her lungs are continuing to open up - continue to pray as she fights the pneumonia & RSV. The color is back in her cheeks and she just ate a good breakfast. God is good. Thank you thank you thank you for your prayers. Hoping and praying we can say goodbye to the ICU today." more >>
You may have heard of the term "Holy Rollers" to describe some people. Well, apparently one priest decided to take that phrase a little more literally.
A Catholic priest in the Philippines decided during mass to go down the aisles of his church on a hoverboard. Yes, a hoverboard.
Getting considerable applause and singing a contemporary Christian song, the priest handled the device surprisingly well given the well-documented falls and injuries others have had. more >>