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Yesm you heard that right!!! West Coast Legend is filling up his acting resume. You can check out Snoop Dogg (recently changed to Snoop Lion) will appear on four episodes of the soap opera One Life to Live. He will appear on May 28 and 30, as well as June 4 and 6th.
Get it Snoop!
Toya and her husband MempHitz reportedly have a reality show in the works. The trailer was picked up by BET, but no word on a release date as of yet.
I am sure this is perfect for MempHits to be able to clear up his name with all negativity surrounding his name.
Check out the teaser/trailer:
Kendrick Lamar feels like the fascination with Molly in hip-hop is watering down the genre. In an interview with MTV News, Kendrick said, "Sometimes you have the trends that's not that cool. You may have certain artists portraying these trends and don't really have that lifestyle and then it gives off the wrong thing. And it becomes kinda corny after a while."
He continued, "When everybody consciously now uses this term or this phrase and putting it in lyrics, it waters the culture down. So it's really just time to move on."
By noon today, the mad dash to get out of Chicago had begun and cars were bumper to bumper all afternoon inching slowly to their destinations.
There are lots of drivers, but not as many last year. AAA estimates 35 million people will travel 50 miles or more from home this holiday weekend, down nearly 10% from 2012.
Experts believe the reason is partially due to high gas prices.
The average price for regular in Chicago is about $4.40 gallon, 12 cents higher than last year.
On the flip side, higher fuel isn’t affecting air travel. The Chicago department of aviation is expecting 2 percent more travelers this year than last.
Many tourists have come to Chicago as well, as Kayak has ranked the city the second-most traveled destination over Memorial Day behind Las Vegas.
Additionally, the city’s beaches opened for the season today and will remain open from 11am – 7pm through Labor Day.
There will also be a series of events taking place in the city.
On Sunday, fallen soldiers will be remembered and honored in a parade on State Street. It begins at noon and takes place between Lake and Van Buren.
On Monday, Lake Shore Drive shuts down to traffic at 5:30am for the annual Bike the Drive event.
After revealing last year her plans to launch a fragrance for men it looks like Rihanna may finally be ready to make her male fans dreams come true.
The singer revealed today that the new fragrance will be called Rogue By Rihanna – I love the R names.
According to the trademark filed by Parlux Fragrances Inc, the folks behind Rihanna’s other scents, Rogue will feature eau de toilette, colognes as well as bath and body products including deodorants, body lotions, soaps, shower gels.
Although the fragrance is marked as abandoned on the trademark site, Rihanna confirmed the news on Instagram.
“Yes it is!!!” Rihanna confirmed when asked by a fan if the trademark was legit. “Rogue comes in two installments, first is women’s! Men’s follows shortly after!!!”
“I want dudes to smell like [when] you wake up, you know that smell… their cologne is a little bit old… you spray it on their jackets and take it with you just to keep them there, that it smells cozy and it smells sexy,” Rihanna explained last year.
Rogue will mark Rihanna’s 4th fragrance and her first men’s scent. Her previous fragrances include Reb’l Fleur, Rebelle and Nude.
No word on when we might expect Rihanna’s new fragrance but she does have her plate full what with her MAC line, River Island Summer collection and her tour.
If you're looking for the latest gossip about Chris Brown, you'll have to Google it.
The singer has released the Chris Brown Channel app, available on iTunes. As the name implies, the app is all about him, 24/7, from his tweets to impromptu pics, videos and, of course, songs.
"I am so excited to get closer to my fans — to bring them into my world, hearing from me directly, in my own words wherever I am, whenever they want," said Brown in a statement. "Through my channel app, they can be part of my music, my art and my life, day in and day out."
All the content on this channel is controlled by the man himself, so you probably won't get any grainy pics a là TMZ here. What you will get is a tour inside his curated life as an artist, a model and a philanthropist. The app will also absorb all the onlookers he's collected via social media so far, 30 million likes on Facebook and 12.5 million followers on Twitter.