Rob Kardashian is back! Well, sort of.
Check out RK's post (below):
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The New York Yankees' Derek Jeter is one of the the best baseball players to have ever played the game.
We're only half way through Jeter's final season but that hasn't stopped everyone from getting Jeter fever.
Everyone everywhere wants to honor him with tributes of all sorts we bet!
Cool, calm, and collected!
But really, were you expecting anything less?
Less than 24 hours after hotel footage was leaked into the public's view — footage that showed Beyoncé's sister Solange Knowles ferociously attacking Jay Z in an elevator after the Met Gala — the Queen and King make their first appearance in public.
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Not only were they putting on an united front at the Brooklyn Nets game Monday night, the married couple of six years made sure to keep those smiles wide and pretty for the cameras (and okay, maybe a lil' forced).
Read between the lines here, folks — this insane PR mess will not disrupt Bonnie & Clyde's relationship. And why would it? They've got an upcoming string of shows to handle!
There may still be a lot of explaining to do from Solange's side of the spectrum, but it looks like Jay and Bey are making their statement loud and clear.
And that is…
The only time this couple is on the run is when they're touring!!
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Talk about having an all-star lineup!!
But they weren't alone as they had TONS of company and we joined by Jake Gyllenhaal, his beard, AND his ponytail as they all sat court side!
The trio looked like they had a
Uh oh! It sounds like HOV has some SERIOUS explaining to do!!
Everyone knows Jay Z is a basketball connoisseur and is regularly seen sitting in his court-side seat at Barclays Center, cheering on the Brooklyn Nets!
Well it seems one sport Mr. Carter isn't a fan of is lacrosse, as he recently threw some shade at the hard-hitting game in his verse in DJ Khaled's song They Don't Love You No More, when he says:
You may recall that Drizzy first dissed Hova in his Rolling Stone article, and Jay came back at him with a verse in a remix of the song We Made It.
Well, the 27-year-old rapper took another shot back at the lyrical legend during the Toronto Raptors game.
It’s no secret that Jay was involved with the