Kris Jenner became emotional while recalling a volatile 2016 argument she heard about between her son Rob Kardashian and his then-girlfriend Blac Chyna that traumatized him.
Jenner testified for the second day from the witness stand in a Los Angeles courtroom on Friday that she believed Chyna attempted to murder her son.
At the time, she said she was told that Chyna pointed a gun at Kardashian’s head, tried to strangle him with a phone cord and hit him with a metal pole while intoxicated.
Earlier this week, much of Chyna’s testimony dealt with the fight, and the celebration of the show’s renewal the night before. Chyna testified that she was joking with her fiance when she wrapped a phone cord around his neck and grabbed his unloaded gun off a nightstand.
But Kris Jenner said putting a gun to her son’s head was “not a joke.”
Kris Jenner began to shed tears while remembering the Rob Kardashian-Chyna spat, which happened months after Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris. She said knowing that both her children had a gun pointed at them within the same year was traumatizing for her.
The New York Post is reporting that Elon Musk is willing to invest between $10 billion and $15 billion of his own money to take Twitter Inc private and is planning to launch a tender offer in about 10 days.
According to the report, Musk has tapped American multinational investment bank Morgan Stanley to raise another $10 billion in debt.
The social media company adopted a “poison pill” last week to protect itself from its second-biggest shareholder’s $43 billion buyout offer.
If the deal does go through, Musk has said his goal is to “unlock” Twitter’s “extraordinary potential,” but his suggestions for specific changes for how to do that have arguably been vague.
A key focus of his, has been bolstering free speech on the platform, and his suggestion for algorithms is central to that effort.
Hours after Musk made his offer to buy Twitter, he repeated the idea for open sourcing Twitter’s algorithms during an on-stage appearance at the TED conference in Vancouver.
Grammy Winning recording artiste Sean Paul has crossed the 1 billion stream threshold on Youtube with his single No Lie.
With the feat he becomes the first Dancehall act to achieve this milestone.
The 2015 smash hit single features British Pop superstar Dua Lipa.
The single now becomes his most successful single in terms of views.
Justin Bieber has been slapped with another copyright lawsuit.
The complaint is centered on “10,000 Hours,” Bieber’s hit joint record with country pop duo Dan + Shay.
The song was released in October 2019, and served as the lead single off Dan + Shay’s 2021 studio album Good Things.
“10,000 Hours” went on to debut at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and secured multiple awards, including the Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance.
According to a newly filed lawsuit, Bieber and his collaborators are accused of stealing portions of the track from “First Time Baby Is a Holiday,” a record written by Palmer Rakes and Frank Fioravanti in 1973.
The 2022 MTV Video Music Awards have gotten an airdate and location: The show will take place on Sunday, August 28, at Newark, New Jersey’s Prudential Center.
It’ll be the first VMAs at Prudential Center since 2019.
The 2021 Video Music Awards took place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York in front of a live audience.
The previous year, the event was broadcast from various New York locations, and there was no audience due to the pandemic.
The Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise will return this year after a two-year hiatus.
The six-day, five-night cruise will run December 7 to12, sailing on Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas.
Dancehall and reggae acts already confirmed to perform include Damian and his brother Stephen Marley, reggae legend Burning Spear, Dancehall icon Shabba Ranks, Bounty Killer, T.O.K. Cham and Ding Dong, Johnny Osborne, Morgan Heritage, Cocoa Tea, Maxi Priest, Tarrus Riley and more.
The yearly musical excursion Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise was founded by Damian Marley and his manager Dan Dalton.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is set to host and executively produce the 2022 Billboard music awards.
The rapper, producer and entrepreneur made the announcement on his Instagram to his 18 million followers earlier this morning. He wrote, “BIG ANNOUNCEMENT, BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!! I am Executive Producing and Hosting the 2022 Billboard Music Awards! Everybody get ready to meet me in Vegas Sun. May 15th!! Ain’t no party like a Diddy party!! Let’s get ready to #ACTBAD!!! @nbc @bbmas #bbmas”.
It’s been exactly 25 years since Diddy won his first Billboard Music Award in 1997 for his multi-platinum album No Way Out. He is a two-time BBMA winner, including Top Rap Song (1997) and Top Rap Artist (1997).
The 2022 Billboard Music Awards will air live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 15, at 8 p.m. ET on NBC
Looks like reggae artiste has entered a new phase in her lawsuit against VP Records.
On Tuesday Etana’s lawyers submitted an amended complaint to the presiding judge after VP Records’ attorneys filed a motion to dismiss her current lawsuit against them. VP and its subsidiaries now have until May 10 2022 to respond to the amended complaint.
Back in January, Etana confirmed that she and Freemind Music LLC had filed a lawsuit against VP Records and a number of its subsidiaries in the Supreme Court in the state of New York over artist royalties, mechanical royalties, public performance royalties, and other monies allegedly due to her.
The suit states that the defendants “fraudulently concealed their true use and disposition of Etana’s masters, albums, compositions and recordings and have failed to render proper accounting statements regarding her royalties and accounting statements all in an effort to pocket millions of dollars”.
Megan Thee Stallion will talk about the 2020 incident in which Tory Lanez allegedly shot her on “CBS Mornings” Monday.
The incident, in which Megan has claimed publicly that Lanez shot her in the feet after an argument following a party at Kylie Jenner’s house in July of 2020, has never been fully explained; the court case is ongoing.
Megan has slowly revealed details on social media and in interviews; Lanez has vaguely denied it in statements and in several songs.
But according to a preview clip of the interview with Gayle King that airs tomorrow (Monday, April 25), Megan tearfully discussed the issue on television with her for the first time.
Lanez was arrested in connection with the incident and later was arrested again for allegedly violating court orders from contacting her; he posted bail in both cases.
She has claimed that he offered to pay her in exchange for keeping quiet about the incident. Megan unveiled a new song called “Plan B” that apparently addresses the incident during her performances at the Coachella festival over the past two weekends.
The next court hearing is scheduled for September.