New video from N.O.R.E featuring Lil Wayne and Pharrell titled Finito, which will appear on N.O.R.E‘s upcoming album, Superthug.
Michael Vick threw for a pair of touchdowns for the Eagles (1-1) but left with what coach Andy Reid later described as a concussion after getting spun by a Falcons rusher into Eagles lineman Todd Herremans. Vick staggered to the sideline and appeared to spit out blood coming off the field.
Vick was not hospitalized and was cleared to travel with the team back to Philadelphia, but will have to undergo concussion-specific testing before he can be cleared to return to practice or play in a game.
According to sources with knowledge of the situation, Eagles QB Michael Vick wanted to return to Sunday night’s game against the Falcons after suffering a concussion, but the team refused to allow him to.
Rapper and producer Swizz Beatz reached an official child-support deal with the mother of his love child in London, the New York Post reported Monday.
Sources confirmed that 33-year-old Bronx-born producer and rapper Beatz, husband of Alicia Keys, whose real name is Kasseem Dean, recently struck an out-of-court settlement with UK-based singer Zhanna Andrianova, mother of his three-year-old daughter Nicole.
Russian Andrianova, who performs under the name Jahna Sebastian, met Beatz in a London club in 2007, and their daughter was born in May 2008. In 2009, he traveled to London with Keys to take a paternity test that proved he was the father.
Merchant claims Floyd is a “prima donna” and definitely not a crowd-pleaser.
The new searches are mandatory league wide and will begin with the football game at Cowboys Stadium on September 26.
The new security rule is expected to increase the amount of time spent waiting in line, so fans across the country are being encouraged to get to stadiums early.
One of the men reportedly zapped by Charlamagne Tha God’s father, 59-year-old Larry McKelvey’s stun gun at the Sept. 11th Jets vs Cowboys game claims that McKelvey “jabbered” during the moment of silence for 9/11 victims, and badmouthed George W. Bush, in addition to sitting during the national anthem. McKelvey allegedly used his stun gun to shock 46-year-old Ian Cummings, a former Marine and a third man, before being subdued by the crowd.
Cummings, who is considering suing and blames lax security for his minor injuries. “I said to my friend, ‘The patdown is a joke. I’ve been more comfortable in a crowded elevator.’