NEW ALBUMS OUT TODAY
Ludacris and Janet Jackson released new CD’s today. Not sure if you want to purchase them? AOL got you covered, they’re throwing a listening party for both albums…
LUDACRIS – RELEASE THERAPY // LISTEN TO ALBUM
JANET JACKSON – 20 Y.O. // LISTEN TO ALBUM
STAR JONES IS READY FOR WAR
In the newest issue of the National Enquirer, they claim Al Reynolds left Star for a man, and she is heated! Star Jones has given the National Enquirer an ultimatum: either admit that a story calling her marriage a “sham” is untrue, or prepare to do battle in court.
Brad Zeifman, a rep for the couple, issued the following statement:
“Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds have tried to handle these vicious lies and attempts at character assassination with quiet dignity for far too long…now they will pursue immediate legal action against anyone who makes false statements about their family.” [SOURCE]
In a recent interview with Jawn Murray of AOL’s Black Voices, Star stressed,
“I love my husband and he loves and respects me-period! People can say what they want, but Al and I share what I like to call an unbreakable bond.” Star reminds the public that, “It’s not easy being under such intense scrutiny by the media. All we’re trying to do is live our lives as Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds.” [SOURCE]
Sometimes I forget that Star Jones was/is a lawyer, so it makes sense for her to try and take some action.
JALEEL TALKS ABOUT HIS INTERNET DEATH
For the past year and a half, rumors about Jaleel White commiting suicide was plastered all over the net. Check out what he has to say about them..
It was incredibly annoying. What can I say, the Internet is the land of the great sucker punch. It’s just unfortunate that people can do that to you and kind of hide behind anonymous names.
To this day, the 29-year-old has no idea who was behind the Internet prank – “probably some Internet geeks” White believes – but he says there was one positive aspect to come out of the experience.
I really discovered just how many people’s lives I’ve been able to touch, because my cell phone just blew up for the entire month of June,” he says. “Even though it was for a negative reason, it was very beautiful to see that.
The UCLA grad says he’s still very much alive and doing quite well these days.
My life is terrific, I have two loving parents, I have great friends, I live in the Santa Monica area of Calif., I’m a college graduate, I continue to work, make money and earn a living…” he says.
White says he’s been busy making his paper as a screenwriter and just finished working on a pilot, not to mention two movies this year.
“So it’s not true!” White screams of his suicide. [SOURCE]