Forget #HurtBae, #UberBae is giving us LIFE!
Like, no joke, this woman picked up a female passenger and dropped her off at her man's apartment.
OBVIOUSLY, a fight and a recap on Twitter followed. Drama, drama, dramaaaa!
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Prince may have been dealing with a drug addiction for many years.
In her new memoir, The Most Beautiful: My Life With Prince, exclusively excerpted in People, the musician's ex-wife Mayte Garcia describes their four-year marriage and remembers times when Prince was acting strangely, although she is also quick to say that she never personally saw him using any questionable substances.
"I never actually saw Prince doing drugs. He didn't want me to. I'm sure he knew what my reaction would be."
However, there were plenty of "disturbing occasions when he told me he was ‘sick' or had a ‘migraine,'" which now seem like hints that there was something problematic going on that she wasn't privy to.
Mayte says as much as she reminisces:
What a beautiful way to pay tribute to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds!
Despite losing the two film icons back in December, fans will be given the chance to say their goodbyes to the mother-daughter duo on March 25 as a public memorial is being held at the Forest Lawn Cemetery. In case you forgot, the Singin' In The Rain actress was buried with some of her (equally famous) daughter's ashes at the famed El Lay cemetery.
And it sounds like the memorial will be quite the affair as a tribute song, written by James Blunt, will be debuted over
Joey Boots fans must finally have closure.
As we previously reported, back in December the Howard Stern Show personality shockingly passed away at the age of 49. At the time of Boots' death, there was no explanation as to what exactly happened. However, after almost three months, a caused of death has finally been revealed.
On Monday, a spokeswoman for the New York City Medical Examiner revealed Joey died from a heroin overdose. Specifically, the rep noted that the radio personality's passing was
Christina Grimmie's family is making sure her legacy lives on.
As you surely know, the music industry lost a promising star when The Voice alum was fatally shot while signing autographs back in June. However, Christina's loved ones are refusing to let the memory of her fade away as they've since released a music video for the late starlet's song, Invisible.
In case you forgot, Invisible is the lead single off of Grimmie's posthumous album. What makes the release of this vid so bittersweet is that it was dropped just before what would have been the songwriter's 23rd birthday. And it clearly pays tribute to the deceased up-and-comer as the visual features an animated Christina fighting crime like a superhero. The YouTube sensation was known for being a HUGE video game fan.
Alongside the video (below), the Grimmie family wrote:
We can't believe it's been 20 years since The Notorious B.I.G. was gunned down by an anonymous shooter in Los Angeles at the age of 24 — a crime that still remains unsolved.
In a new interview with DailyMail.com, the iconic rapper's mom Voletta Wallace says she still "hurts every single day" knowing she will never see her son again — and that his murderer still remains publicly unknown.
We say "publicly" because Voletta reveals she has a "very good idea" who killed her son — and insists the LAPD does, too.
The 64-year-old emotionally shared:
"It hurts me every single day to know what happened to Christopher and that I won't see him ever again. And it's not just me that is devastated, his sister T'yanna hurts every day because of his loss. As a family, we've collectedly grieved and it doesn't ever get any better for us. Any mother who has lost a child knows exactly the devastation I feel, it's the worst pain in the world and one that I wouldn't wish upon my worst enemy. He was so young, so talented and his life was taken far too soon. It's unnecessary that Christopher lost his life at just 24. He was my baby, and I think about him every day. When it comes to the anniversary of the passing of his death, I don't really like to talk about it. I know there will be a few tributes in honor of Christopher, and that's great he's still remembered, but it's very tough for me and my family."
We're not crying, YOU'RE crying!!
But what's interesting here is that Voletta thinks authorities are holding out on arresting the culprit: