It is no wonder that so many celebrities don't trust the people around them. It's common knowledge in LA. There are those whose main job is to gain their trust via some form of vulnerability then separate them from their money. I JUST heard about something like this during the week with a major celebrity trying to give someone a break then we can't forget the recent Kevin Hart melee. Apparently Ne-Yo's former business manager, Kevin Foster, targeted him as well as singer Brian McKnight in a scam for a fake sports drink company. Kevin Foster faces a myriad of charged for the scam which includes money laundering, bankruptcy fraud as well as tax evasion.
If you have been sleeping under a rock then you may not know about the sensation from last night's Oscar named Gary from Chicago. Jimmy Kimmel pulled off an epic prank as he had a few unassuming tour bus patrons enter the Oscars. They looks on their faces were priceless as they thought they were just going to see a few Hollywood gowns and dresses as part of the tour. I'm sure Jimmy thought the prank would go well but nobody was ready for Gary from Chicago.
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Pandora announced an agreement to acquire several key assets from Rdio, a pioneer in streaming music technology.
RL sat down with the Breakfast Club and tells the story of why he was kicked out the group. He also talks back the nature of the business and the lies that were told about him. He also addresses the viral video hit, "Why You Lying" and how it is has added 2.5 seconds to his fame.
When I was a kid, I remember receiving CD's in the mail. I didn't pay for them myself but my parents always talked about getting several CD's for pennies on the dollar and I specifically remember being excited to open the packages because they would always get me a few.
Rick James once said, "Cocaine is a helluva drug." Yes, cocaine can cost a pretty penny but it is the lifestyle that is often accompanied with the drug that leads industry heavyweights to the poor house. TMZ is reporting that Scott Storch, who produced tracks for Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and a host of others
Jermaine Dupri looses $3.7 Million Mansion in Fulton County to Foreclosure This story is unfortunate for more than one reason. I have worked in the music industry for decades but I am also a real estate agent for 10 years now. I was looking for a career option when the industry flipped in the early 2000's.
In 2014, what kind of home can you buy for $500,00o in different markets? Here's a sample.