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Pop superstar Shakira will go to trial on allegations of tax fraud in Spain. A judge in a town outside of Barcelona, where the singer has lived extensively for years, approved the motion by prosecutors to proceed on Tuesday. The singer is accused of not paying 14 million euros in taxes over a two year period.

Skullcandy, the brand best known for its affordable premium headphones and earbuds, is reentering the video game space with a trio of new gaming headsets to relaunch Skullcandy Gaming.

Rachel Dolezal aka Nkechi Amare Diallo operates an OnlyFans page and images of the site made its way to Twitter, sparking reactions.

Like smartphones, wearables like smartwatches are becoming more advanced with the arrival of new models every year. Before Apple announced its new Apple Watch Ultra, Samsung pulled the cover off the Galaxy Watch5 Pro. We spent some time with the Korean tech giant’s latest smartwatch and were very impressed.


Lately, it seems like Brooklyn and Harlem rappers have been developing some bromances thanks to Maino, Jim Jones, and Fabolous kicking it together as of late. But this time around, Fab links up with another Harlemnite for his latest offering and we ain’t complaining one bit.


Oprah Winfrey has ended her 4-year partnership with Apple TV+, which began in January 2018 and featured The Oprah Conversations.

Nicki Minaj appears to be the target of a pretty nasty trending topic that reads, "It's Giving Coke" and folks are piling on.

Kanye West is letting the United Kingdom know he shares in their pain. He recently posted that he "lost my queen too".

The National Football League's Super Bowl is about to get spicy in 2023. Rihanna will be headlining the halftime show.


Legendary actor James Earl Jones has apparently decided to step away from being the iconic voice of Darth Vader. He has given his blessing to Disney & Lucasfilm to use previous archive recordings for future projects.

Akbar V seemingly sent out a subtweet towards Cardi B, who caught wind of it and it sparked an hours-long Twitter war of words.

Happy TLOU Day. HBO dropped the first trailer for its highly-anticipated series based on Naughty Dog’s masterpiece, The Last of Us, to celebrate the video game holiday.