Get ready for something new at this year’s Essence Music Festival in New Orleans. It’s a celebration of women featuring a night of performances by an all female lineup! Groove to Chaka Khan, Jill Scott, Mary J. Blige, and more. See who else is being featured: http://bit.ly/2lb70Ja
This could possibly be the most controversial reality show of all time. In Touch can exclusively reveal that Casey Anthony and O.J. Simpson are in talks to star in a series together — after they were both acquitted of murdering their loved ones. “It will give viewers the inside story on the aftermath of living with the horrible crimes they were ultimately acquitted of,” says a source. It seems to be a big time for the former NFL star, who is now doing time for armed robbery and kidnapping. Our insider adds that there is a chance he won’t serve the full 33-year sentence. “In October a parole board will decide if he will be released early,” the source states, adding “he’s putting Casey on his visitor list, and is even willing to pay for her to visit.” Casey recently spoke out for the first time six years after she faced trial for her daughter, Caylee‘s untimely death. “I can empathize with his situation,” she said of O.J., who was found not guilty for the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.
He has been praised by LeBron James, Snoop Dogg and soon, the City Council. Ibn Ali Miller, 26, was running an errand for his mother when he came across an altercation between two boys, stopped it and lectured the pugilists as well as a throng of onlookers. In video of the incident, Miller calmly walks toward two boys who are fighting in the middle of the road as a group of teens looks on from the street corner. He points his fingers at the group and said: “Everybody on their phones, y’all the real cowards. Record that, too. It ain’t cool, man,” Miller started lecturing the fighters and gesturing to the crowd. “Y’all in the middle of the street. Look, they laughing. Look. He’s got a big smile on his face. … He’s supposed to be your man.” Miller continues in the more than four-minute clip: “Y’all got parents. Don’t make your parents look like this.” Miller, who is a student and father of five, did not leave until the brawlers shook hands. “It’s sad to say, but it’s not the first fight I broke up and it’s probably not the last,” Miller told the Press of Atlantic City on Tuesday. “You can’t pick that ‘today, I’m gonna stop some kids from fighting’, but God does what he wills.”
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