Travis McMichael, the man who fatally shot Ahmaud Arbery in February 2020, was sentenced to life in prison in a federal courtroom on Monday. His father, Greg McMichael also received a life sentence, while William "Roddie" Bryan received a sentence of 35 years. The trio had petitioned to immediately go to federal prison to serve their state sentences citing safety concerns, but were denied by the judge.
Looks like Fetty Wap has once again run afoul of the law and got himself pinched for using FaceTime to threaten someone this past Monday (August 8).
Global superstar Nicki Minaj will receive the coveted Video Vanguard Award at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards airing live from Prudential Center on Sunday, Aug. 28.
Wiz Khalifa is showing that he can admit when he is wrong. He has now formally apologized to the DJ community for his recent outburst against two club DJ’s.
Bobby’s back on his bullsh*t and while he’s dancing a bit in his latest offering, it does have more of off the block feel to it than a booty shakin’ vibe like his previous joints.
Reality star Khloé Kardashian and NBA player Tristan Thompson have welcomed their second child—a boy via surrogate, according to People.
Lil Wayne fans will not have to wait very long for new music. The music icon has announced that his new album Tha Carter VI is on the way.
One person you do not want to piss off is Mike Tyson, and that's what Hulu and the people behind the unauthorized biopic about the polarizing boxers' life have managed to do.
Last week, Warner Bros. felt the wrath of the comic book and Latino community when they announced that their Batgirl films starring In The Heights star, Leslie Grace would not be seeing the light of day ever.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II officially hits your gaming systems in October, but players eager to get their hands on the latest shooter from the franchise will have access to the Beta in September. Playstation players will get first dibs followed by Xbox and PC users a week later.
Kendrick Lamar personally thanked Jay-Z for allowing him to sample one of his lyrics for his new album for free while the icon was in the audience. The rapper was performing an impromptu set at a private party held in Brooklyn on Saturday night after the latest stop on his ""Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers" tour.