By Whitney Alvarez |Staff Writer|
Modern family gets real
Actor Reid Ewing, better known as Haley Dunphy’s boyfriend, Dylan, on Modern Family, casually revealed that he’s gay.
While watching a segment on “Good Morning America” about a man suffering Body Dismorphia disorder, Ewing casually tweeted the man featured in the story was “hot as f—.”
A fan then tweeted: “Did you just out yourself?” To which the actor simply replied, “I was never in.”
A$AP Ferg Collaborates with Adidas
A$AP Ferg paid homage to the late A$AP Yams, in a new sneaker collaboration with Adidas.
The new collection will be called: The Traplord X Adi-Ease collection.
The limited edition sneakers were inspired and centered around a painting of Yams done by Ferg himself.
According to highsnobiety.com, the sneakers will include “signature Traplord accents, that have been implemented throughout the low-tops which feature satin lining and come equipped with printed laces.”
They will be available for purchase beginning Dec. 5.
Jojo makes a comeback!
Jojo has been MIA from the music scene for quite sometime now, but she’s making a quick comeback with the release of her “tringle” – three comeback singles that were released in August: “Say Love”, “Save My Soul” and “When Love Hurts.”
In an interview with FADER Magazine on Nov. 24, she released an “unplugged” version of the song “Say Love,” and let me be the first to say her vocals are on fire.
She’s making a comeback and it’s what we’ve all been waiting for!
Barbershop 3: The Next Cut
On Nov. 24, the official trailer for the new “Barbershop 3: The Next Cut,” hit the internet.
The round of amazingly talented individuals that will be in the movie is impressive in itself.
The film will include performers such as: Common, Nicki Minaj, Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer and Regina Hall.
This comedy is set to hit the big screen in April 2016.
Chris Rock: She’s not my daughter
After recent divorce proceedings from wife Malaak Compton, story broke of comedian Chris Rock being involved in an international investigation.
It all began in 2008 when a 6-month-old baby girl named Ntombi began living with the Rock family.
Fast forward seven years later, South African officials began an international investigation over the young South African native regarding how she wound up in the U.S. without evidence of legal adoption.
Chris Rock believes Malaak might have been involved in some shady business to get Ntombi into the U.S.