MOTHERHOOD IS A GIFT!
IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUT BOOGIEBOO!
CAN'T GO WRONG WITH A COMMON REMIX
Michael Jackson has been dead for four years, but that hasn't stopped people from accusing him of child molestation. Choreographer Wade Robson, who spent time with the singer at the Neverland Ranch when he was a kid, has filed legal papers asking for money from the Michael Jackson Estate for childhood sexual abuse. Wade, who is now 30, says he went for sleepovers at Neverland and Michael's homes in LA and Las Vegas starting when he was seven. In 2005, Wade testified in Michael's molestation trial and denied that he was ever molested. But Jackson's former housekeeper, Blanca Francia, testified she witnessed the pop star in the shower with Wade when the boy was eight or nine. As a choreographer, Wade has worked with such stars as Britney Spears, 'N Sync, Usher and Pink. He also appeared on So You Think You Can Dance.
Rihanna isn't getting any love from fans in Boston -- after she showed up three hours late for her show and bailed after performing for only an hour.
According to Britain's Daily Mirror, RiRi couldn't pull herself away from last night's (Monday) playoff game between the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat, so ticket-holders had to wait around for hours. The wait was made worse because opener A$AP Rocky couldn't make it to the show, which had been re-scheduled after Rihanna canceled the last time around.
Ja Rule is finally a free man ... TMZ has learned, the rapper was released from prison today after serving out his sentences for attempted illegal gun possession and tax evasion. Mr. Rule -- real name Jeffrey Atkins -- was released from Ray Brook Federal Prison in New York this morning. A source close to the rapper tells TMZ, his wife picked him up around 10AM and drove him straight home, where he'll remain on home confinement until July 28th.
The rapper was hit with the 2-year sentence in 2010 when he pled guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon -- stemming from a 2007 incident in which cops found a loaded semi-automatic handgun in his sports car. He turned himself in to authorities in June 2011.
In July 2011, Ja Rule was also sentenced to 28 months behind bars for tax evasion, after failing to pay taxes on more than $3 million in earnings from 2004-2006. Ja Rule served the tax evasion sentence concurrently with his gun possession sentence.
He was originally set for release in July ... but he got out early.
The Golden State Warriors entered the fourth quarter of Game 6 against the Denver Nuggets poised to complete an inspirational closeout win over the third-seeded team in the West. After struggling to a 42-40 halftime deficit, the Warriors turned things around to take the third quarter 33-20 on the strength of four 3-pointers from star shooter Stephen Curry. The Nuggets looked slow to loose balls and without momentum — in other words, defeated.
Then pretty much the exact opposite happened. After taking an 80-62 lead with 9:11 on the clock, Golden State went scoreless for 4:43 to allow the Nuggets to cut the lead to five points. And while the Warriors did manage to score 12 more points the rest of the way, they did so in the least impressive way imaginable, having trouble completing basic basketball tasks like inbounding the ball and passing out of traps to turn it over nine times in the final eight minutes.