Monica Brown stops by the Wendy Williams show to speak about pregnancy rumors, her marriage to LA Laker Shannon Brown, and her new album: New Life, which is due out in 2/12. I love Monica, still humble as ever. Thank God for celebrities like this. One thing I’m glad to see is that Vanessa Bryant (Kobe’s wife) was a bridesmaid in her wedding. Vanessa gets such a bad rap, so it’s good to see this relationship has taken place…And how can you NOT like Monica? So that’s just good to know. Check out the video.
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Tyler Perry has gotten a lot of negative feed back from his fan base, for casting Kim Kardashian in his next film: The Marriage Counselor. The movie mogul took to his website yesterday, and drafted a response to this fan base as to why he felt the need to give Kim the role, and is welcoming all responses, via his site. Check out what Tyler has to say. Read the rest of this entry »
More of these type stories need to be told. We always here about the negative things athletes do..time to report the good.
LOS ANGELES — Kobe Bryant had plenty to say about how he wants to help end homelessness among youth in Los Angeles. The NBA superstar had nothing to say about new Lakers coach Mike Brown.
Bryant and his wife, Vanessa, appeared together at a nonprofit in Hollywood on Tuesday to announce the formation of their new foundation focused on improving the lives of youth and families in need.
Bryant has remained publicly mum since Brown was hired last week over his choice of Brian Shaw, a longtime Lakers assistant under recently retired coach Phil Jackson.
In his first public appearance since then, Bryant refused to answer questions about Brown.
“Right now is not the time nor the place,” he said in a stern tone. “We’re here to focus on bigger issues, greater issues, and that’s these kids that are here at the back. It’s not fair to them. When the time comes, I will address that, but right now is not that time.”
Asked when that time would be, Bryant cut off his questioner, saying, “Now is not the time.”
The Bryants spent about 20 minutes talking privately with some of the young people who frequent the nonprofit A Friend’s Place on Hollywood Boulevard. They told them how they ended up homeless.