Rob Kardashian is back! Well, sort of.
Check out RK's post (below):
[Image via Instagram.]
Bill Cosby speaks!
On Friday, the comedian dodged several sexual assault questions during a pre-taped segment on Good Morning America while promoting his work with the Black Belt Community Foundation .
The 77-year-old appeared on the show to discuss his visits to Alabama schools on Thursday and Friday in order raise awareness about underfunding in the education system.
We're just curious if he should even be working with children at all right now?! We have a feeling that several parents are going to be uncomfortable that their kids will be around someone who's accused of sexual assault!
Is that just us?!
Nonetheless, the sexual assault allegations from 40 women have certainly overshadowed his current charity work.
The controversial celebrity danced around the subject when asked how he would reply to children if they asked if he was guilty.
Just call him Professor Kanye West!
The former College Dropout, received an honorary doctorate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on Monday — and it was quite the affair.
"Dr. Kanye West!!!!!!! I'm so proud of you baby & I know your mom would be so proud too!!!! "
But before he was Dr. West, Kanye gave advice to the young artists in a Q&A lecture on Sunday night. And let us tell you that he did not disappoint!
Unlike his Oxford University lecture, Kanye allowed cameras and cellphones into the classroom which lead to some great viral moments — like the reveal of his personal mantra!
This February, the sports world lost a true legend when iconic North Carolina Tar Heels basketball coach Dean Smith passed away at 83 years old.
However, his former players are learning today that the bond they shared with their coach is still alive and well.
Before he died, Coach Smith wanted to make sure his players (specifically his lettermen players) knew how much they meant to him, so he made sure to leave them a little present in his will!
So what exactly did he leave them? Well, Dean made sure a letter was sent to 180 of his former players containing a check for $200 and a note to "enjoy a dinner out"!
Awwwww! How sweet is that!!
Former UNC player Jim Dempsey posted a picture of the letter he and many others received this morning, and we're sure more than a few players were fighting back some waterworks when this came in the mail!
See the whole note (below)!
[Image via AP Images.]
Girl power meets Nintendo Power!
The video game company is celebrating Women's History Month by posing several of its classic characters as Rosie the Riveter!
For you kids out there, Rosie the Riveter may sound like someone you could choose to play in Mario Kart, but she's actually the character portrayed in the classic "We Can Do It!" posters!
The female empowerment icon was created during WWII as women took on many jobs traditionally worked by men while they were away at war.
Sure, those jobs didn't include hunting down Metroids or exploding on cue, but what the heck! Anything that sheds more light on equality — especially for the Wii demographic!
Nice job, Nintendo! See the rest of the ladies (above)!
[Image via Nintendo.]