They say people don't realize how serious things are until their everyday lives are affected by the current environment. Well sneakerheads, prepare to feel the wrath of the Coronavirus (thanks Trump you piece of...).
The 44th President Of The United States, Barack Obama, lives rent-free inside President Donald Trump's head, apparently.
While some are taking to social media to share their preventative measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Soulja Boy is cashing in with his latest investment.
Yesterday (Mar.11), the Entertainment Software Association announced it is canceling this year's E3 convention fearing the spread of the highly infectious disease. Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, and Nintendo each issue statements.
Naomi Campbell has always been known for taking precautions when traveling, so now with the announcement of the coronavirus pandemic—she’s really showing us how it’s done.
Last night the NBA made the unprecedented decision to suspend its season until further notice. NBA players and fans are still reacting to the news.
After Mitchell's Jazz teammate tested positive for COVID-19, it was confirmed that the rising star also has the virus.
Trump's decision to ban travel due to COVID-19 from 26 nations of the European Union has some wondering if the move has political implications.
While the majority of her fans think she is superwoman Cardi B is still the regular shmegular girl from The Bronx. She has officially given her thoughts on the pandemic and as expected she is keeping the same hood energy.
Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson Test Positive For Coronavirus in Australia, Shabba Hanks Says Parents “Not Trippin'”
The couple has been on the Island nation for three weeks while Tom Hanks is filming for an upcoming Elvis Presley biopic. Their son, Chet Hanks, says he's spoken to his family and that they're recovering.
The NBA season is done. The pro basketball league has suspended the 2019-2020 season after Rudy Gobert tested positive for the Coronavirus, which has now been classified as a pandemic.
March Madness is going to be fan free. Today (March 11), the NCAA announced the drastic step it was taking of restricting fan access to the Men's Basketball tournament as well as other events.