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During his nightly news program, Williams had choice words for Donald Trump supporter, Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas, this after the state leader vetoed a bill that would protect dogs from mistreatment.

Brian Williams has jokes. Last night (Jan. 29), the MSNBC anchor and host of The 11th Hour "accidentally" shared a clip from Jerry Maguire the 1996 film starring Tom Cruise instead of a meeting between politicians.

In a strange twist, NBC anchor Brian Williams was suspended six months without pay for lying about his role during a helicopter episode in Iraq. It marked the rare time when a father and daughter were ethered on Twitter.

Brian Williams, not to be confused with Bryan “Baby” Williams aka Birdman of Cash Money fame, will have to put his tall tales on ice for at least six months. The NBC anchor has been suspended without pay by the network. 

Brian Williams’ little white “misremembering” of an account that transpired in 2003 Iraq just may be the nail in the coffin for the veteran news anchor’s career.

Brian Williams was never aboard a helicopter shot down in Iraq in 2003. On Wednesday (feb. 4), the NBC News host admitted that the story he’s been sharing for the last decade is a lie.

In the latest installment of Jimmy Fallon’s hilarious series of Hip-Hop presentations, esteemed news anchor Brian Williams is back on the mic with money on his mind.

Does NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams have bars? Not really. But thanks to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and some great editing, Williams kicked the Sugar Hill Gang’s “Rapper’s Delight.” 

Cash Money Records head honcho Bryan “Baby” Williams will be releasing his fourth solo album entitled Priceless on October 27th. Already riding high off the hit singles “Always Strapped” featuring Lil Wayne and “Money To Blow” featuring Weezy and Drake, The Birdman spoke of the new album stating, “It’s not about showing who has the […]

Cash Money Records’ case against DJ Drama is officially over. Judge Miriam Cedarbaum threw out the case for “failure to clearly state any case of action upon which relief could be granted.” Cash Money filed a lawsuit in February against the Aphilliates Music Group, best known for the king of “Gangsta Grillz” DJ Drama, as […]