Drake took to Instagram to remember Redway, posting two different tributes.
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Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle is in hot water again, this time because of an affidavit that revealed text messages sent between him and a former Subway franchise owner with whom he was sexually involved.
In the disgusting text messages, Fogle allegedly asks the woman to advertise herself on Craigslist (to sell sex!!), while also claiming he paid for sex with a 16-year-old girl.
What the what?! The woman says she shared the messages with Subway management (the company says they have no record of her complaint), but either way, the texts don't paint a good picture of Jared.
In one message, the weight loss wizard was trying to get the woman to involve her (at the time) underage cousin in a threesome back in May 2008:
We love us some Karmin!
The duo's big label dreams, unfortunately, didn't work out as hoped - but the Berklee School of Music grads are back, going indie and filled with vigor and creativity!
Their latest release, Didn't Know You, is one of their best!
It's less big shiny pop than their previous efforts and it's very autobiographical. It's raw and cool and super catchy!
And, thankfully, it features no rapping! We never did quite love that!
Check it out above!
Donald Trump almost did the unthinkable… apologize for something he said!
On Monday, the former Apprentice host appeared on The O'Reilly Factor to clarify his comments, and almost deliver an apology!
Bill O'Reilly got his longtime friend to acknowledge that McCain is a war hero, but The Donald still argued that the Arizona senator could be doing a better job fighting for our country's veterans, explaining:
Well, put this behind Nick Young.
The basketball star just agreed on a settlement with his accuser in a high profile rape case that had been following him since an alleged incident at an El Lay bar in 2011.
Way back when — before he ever even played for the Los Angeles Lakers — a woman claimed
So, so sad.
The mistress of a former NFL player apparently kidnapped and murdered his wife, then committed suicide.
On Wednesday, Georgia resident Lisa Brown (above) allegedly kidnapped Sandra Barnett from her home — who was married to Buster Barnett, a player for the Buffalo Bills in the ‘80s.
Brown's Dodge Durango was seen Thursday and pursued by police, a pursuit which unfortunately ended in Alabama when Brown stopped the vehicle and shot Sandra and then herself.
Brown's car and home were both owned by Buster. She allegedly became angered by the news that the 56-year-old and his wife were going on a trip.
Clayton County Police Officer Charlene Watson-Fraser explained that the 49-year-old mistress confronted Buster before abducting his wife, claiming:
Money alone can't fix injustice.
That's the message Esaw Garner is sending after rejecting the city of New York's $5 million settlement offer in the death of her husband, Eric Garner.
Eric, of course, was killed by officers of the New York City Police Department last July — in fact, one year ago on Friday — after being stopped for selling cigarettes on the street.
The officers, while subduing Garner, choked him and those actions led to his death. Garner's haunting, famous refrain — "I can't breathe" — was memorialized during protests in the ensuing weeks.
The offer from the city comes at a time where Esaw must decide