NecoleBitchie: On Friday, E! News had the internet on fire when they published a report that allegedly confirmed Beyonce was pregnant with her second child, however Jay-Z is insisting that the report contains false information. According to Hot 97′s Program Director Ebro, when he hit Jay to congratulate him on the new baby, Jay’s response was that “the news” is becoming worse than blogs.
Well, I emailed Jay-Z [to congratulate him] and then he hit me back and said ‘It’s not true.’ Like literally, it had to be Saturday afternoon, so it had been a whole 24 hours of it’s true.
Cipha Sounds: What was his direct qoute?
‘It’s not true, the news is worse than blogs,’ so no baby yet.
That’s what the email account said unless he’s been cat fishing me the whole time [laughs] for the last five years.
On the day that E! News broke the story, an alleged Instagram post from Beyonce made it’s rounds across news sites, but is nowhere to be found on her actual account. It read:
I can’t stop the rumors from starting, and I can’t really change people’s minds who believe them, all I can do is sit back and laugh at these low life people who have nothing better to do than talk about me.
Did she quickly delete it or was that too made up by the press? [See The New York Daily News] This is definitely getting out of hand.
At least ticket holders can breathe a sigh of a relief for now. A new baby would be such a blessing but the timing would put a damper on her tour dates, plans to release an album and Pepsi deal.
NecoleBitchie: Are you ready for Kanye’s new album? He’s taking us to a deep, dark place on this one.
Saturday night, he took to the stage of SNL to perform two new tracks off of his upcoming album, Yeezus–an obvious play off of Jesus. He performed the first track, “Black Skinhead” standing in front of a “Not For Sale” sign which eventually turned into a vicious, barking three-headed dog. The rock-influenced track samples Gary Glitter’s popular “Rock & Roll” song and features Kanye screaming to the high heavens while rapping lyrics like,
Pardon I’m gettin’ my Scream on
Enter the kingdom
But watch who you bring home
They see a black man with a white woman
At the top floor they gone come to kill King Kong
Middle America packed in
Came to see me and my black kin
My homey was number one draft pick
They still burned his jersey in Akron
If I don’t get ran out by Catholics
Here come some conservative Baptists
He also performed his new track, “New Slaves,” which premiered Friday night after he projected the music video off of 66 buildings around the world.
Watch both performances below:
Huffington Post: 19-year-old Aftab Aslam of Johns Creek, Georgia is a student at Georgia Cwinnett College. Last month, he found out he was failing English. He'd already failed the class once before and he knew his parents would be FURIOUS with him.
So . . . he decided to FAKE HIS OWN KIDNAPPING.
On April 24th, Aftab went to Target and bought a prepaid phone. He used that to text his parents telling them their son had been KIDNAPPED and if they went to the police, their son would DIE. His parents went to the cops anyway.
Meanwhile, Aftab was living in a tent in an open field. After eight days, the weather got cold and rainy . . . so he left the field and went back to his parents' house. He told them he'd been drugged and held as a prisoner.
Eventually, the police sorted everything out and figured out what really happened. On Friday, he was arrested and now, Aftab is facing NINE felony charges for making false statements, tampering with evidence, and making terroristic threats.