By Rafael Velasquez | Staff Writer |
Police reviewed video of casino altercation
According to law enforcement, a surveillance video captured Mötley Crue frontman Vince Neil allegedly shoving a fan as she aggressively tried to get an autograph from him and Nicolas Cage as of April 11 at the Aria Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
As the fan approached them, Neil allegedly struck back, pushing her away from him, prompting a fight.
The video provided law enforcement enough information to issue Neil a citation.
Star Wars star moved to a hospital
“Star Wars” child actor Jake Lloyd, who appeared as young Anakin Skywalker, moved from a jail cell to a psychiatric ward as of April 10.
According to TMZ, Lloyd’s mother claimed that he had suffers schizophrenia.
Lloyd was initially arrested after an erratic high speed chase that exceeded 100 mph in June 2015 which there is still no word of his release.
Party’s over for Rick Ross
A judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by Rick Ross over an alleged ownership mistake in one of the lyrics in LMFAO’s 2010 “Party Rock Anthem” as of April 11.
Ross alleged that LMFAO made a mistake by using his 2006 “Hustlin'” in one of their lyrics as “Everyday I’m Shufflin’,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The copyright infringement lawsuit was filed by an entertainment attorney who represented Ross.
New consoles coming, time for wallets to cry again.
E3 is coming in less then four months and rumors are starting to flutter the media.
Gamestop COO Tony Bartel stated in an interview with investors around April 14, “…we are very pleased to see the introduction of technology like virtual reality and rumored new console launches, some of which seem imminent.”
The internet speculates Nintendo will be introducing their new consoles soon, but no direct info from Nintendo themselves.
Reebok introduces new creamy color shoe-line
XXl magazine announces Reebok’s new peachy, tangerine, and sky blue color shoes on April 15.
The show-line, The Club C 85, are currently available for only $75 a pair which for sneakerheads is surprising low.
Shoes are sold at local Reebok stores and Urban Outfitters worldwide.
President Barack Obama invites hip hop artists to the function
Musicians Ludacris, Common, Alicia Keys, DJ Khaled, and Nicki Minaj met with Obama to discuss a criminal justice reform, My Brother’s Keeper initiative, and the empowerment of disadvantaged young adults on April 15.
The Fader magazine displayed each artists’ social media accounts, showing the recognition that they each got from Obama.
Other rappers included were Wale, Pusha-T, J. Cole, and Timbo.