Joe Budden appeared in court on Thursday, stemming from an accusation that he beat and robbed an ex-girlfriend in New York prior to his arrest in August 2014.
Budden pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and lucky for him, he was ordered to lead a law-abiding life in exchange. He took to Twitter after, writing:
Looks like Joe is on the right path…maybe.
James, the cover boy for the February/March 2016 issue of Essential Homme magazine, revealed in the issue that growing up, he listened to hip-hop and played a lot of basketball. He told the mag, “A middle-class guy that listened to a bunch of hip-hop and played basketball, I pretended to be a lot cooler than I used to be. We had a whole group of friends that called ourselves the ‘A Crew.’”
Check out the full interview in Essential Homme, on newsstands everywhere today.
Bethenny Frankel is gearing up for the return of The Real Housewives of New York by revealing that she’s battling a mysterious illness.
Although the former talk show host hasn’t announced any details about her condition, she did state that a lot of women could relate, and that she’s considering the idea of a living will. She revealed, “I’m dealing with it head on and viewers will understand how I personally deal with matters such as this. I hope women can relate, learn and support each other in life moments like this.”
We wish Bethenny well. Maybe we’ll find out the mysterious illness when RHNY returns on April 6.
Fresh off the hype of their new album and controversial track “White Privilege II,” the pair graces the cover of Billboard magazine’s March 2016 issue. In the issue, Macklemore and Ryan reveal that they are determined to speak out on race and stop being “silent out of fear.”
Macklemore even admits to being regretful that he didn’t warn Iggy Azalea about name-dropping her in his WPII track.
Check out the full story here.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller may be rocking dancing shoes instead of his classic cleats pretty soon. According to reports, Miller will reportedly become the latest NFL player to participate in the 22nd season of Dancing with the Stars.
Miller is known for showing off his dance moves, including on the hilarious Feb. 10 episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden.
The star, who was fined $11,567 for imitating the Hingle McCringleberry sack dance from the Comedy Central show Key & Peele, followers his NFL predecessors Jerry Rice, Donald Driver and Emmitt Smith as a contestant on DWTS. Let’s hope Miller’s celebration dances can translate into ballroom dancing.