Now, photos from his Summer Sixteen tour stop in New Orleans on September 2 show that Drake has a twin shark permanently plastered to his forearm, so, yeah: If that isn’t a hyper-specific declaration of lasting love, we don’t know what is.
This has been a huge week for the pop star and rapper: They started it at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, where Drake presented RiRi with this year’s Video Vanguard award and shared that he’d been in love with her for years. Some NYC hangs happened. Some appointments with some tattoo artists went down. Some smooches were exchanged onstage in Miami. And now, not seven days after Drake got a serious case of the feelings before the VMA audience and viewers at home, they’re stamped with the 2D rendering of a stuffed animal Drake got for RiRi on a date at Toronto’s Ripley’s Aquarium. (Peep the photo above: You’ll find the shark just underneath the hands clasped in prayer on his outstretched right arm.)
That’s one hell of a souvenir for this epic seven-day stretch — well, that and the giant billboard Drake put up in Los Angeles to celebrate Rihanna’s VMA achievements. Should we all be so lucky as to find someone who’s into expressing their affection in the most unexpected ways possible, stuffed animals and all.
The ’90s baby re-works songs from two of the decade’s biggest hitmakers
Bieber donned some torn flannel, picked up an acoustic guitar, and did his best to invoke the smoky, uplifting intimacy of Chapman’s original. He said it was a “part of his childhood,” a song that his mom would play all the time when he was a kid, and after a brief flub at the beginning, he eventually found his key and croons his way through the track. (You gotta feel for him when you see him wince as he finds his footing.)
The low-key mood was well-suited to his cover of “Thugz Mansion.” After the performance, Bieber shared a bit about his relationship to hip-hop — namely, to Kanye West. “I forget how I met him,” he said. “We just clicked and vibed. It was cool.”
Maybe Bieber was flemmy and flummoxed from drinking too much milk before his performance? Even then, Bieber on a bad day still sounds better than the majority of Average Joes belting out “Fast Car” in their respective automobiles on their best day, so he gets a pass on this one.
Police search followed woman’s accusation Tuesday that singer pointed gun at her while at his house.
Police did not find guns or drugs during a search of singer Chris Brown’s mansion before his arrest on allegations he threatened a model at gunpoint, his lawyer said Friday.
Mark Geragos said he was present during the search and police did not find evidence to corroborate the accuser’s story, including a specific piece of jewelry that she said triggered the incident.
Baylee Curran told reporters that Brown pointed a gun at her face after he and another man became angry with her when she admired the man’s diamond necklace.
Brown was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. He was released on $250,000 U.S. bail.
Geragos said the accuser’s story was fabricated.
“This woman got irate when she was asked to leave because she was acting in an erratic manner,” Geragos said.
Capt. Andy Neiman said the Los Angeles Police Department is working with prosecutors to review the evidence and not commenting on the case.
The Grammy-winning Brown has had legal trouble and problems acquiring international visas since his felony conviction in the 2009 assault of then-girlfriend, Rihanna. He completed probation in that case last year.
Brown has also faced accusations that were proven to be false, Geragos said. He has also had stalkers and several break-ins, including one by a woman who moved into his house while he was away.
Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj took their relationship to the next level by renting a Beverly Hills mansion together. And now, the Philly rapper hints on Instagram that they might be going all in and having a baby.
The pregnancy rumors aren’t surprising. Nicki had previously said that she would love to get married and have a child with the Dreamchasers leader. And now maybe part of that dream is coming true….
The woman in the mirror was found out to be fitness expert Tammy Hembrow. See for yourself.
Also, the First Lady of Young Money just made a public appearance with Meek Mill at theVMAs last weekend and there was no baby bump.
Indiscretion is a 2016 psychological thriller written and directed by John Stewart Muller and starring Mira Sorvino, Cary Elwes, Christopher Backus, and Katherine McNamara. It was co-written and produced by Laura Boersma, Muller’s partner at Santa Monica-based Granfalloon Productions. Its world broadcast premiere was July 23, 2016 on Lifetime
In director John Stewart Muller’s steamy and stylish psychological thriller, Mira Sorvino stars as Veronica, a politician’s wife whose brief affair with a troubled young artist comes back to haunt her when he begins to infiltrate every part of her life. While her husband and daughter are away, New Orleans psychiatrist Veronica Simon enjoys a weekend fling with Victor (Christopher Backus), an alluring young sculptor. But after Veronica calls off the affair, Victor refuses to let go and will stop at nothing to have Veronica for himself. Just how far will Victor go to get what he wants, and is there anything Veronica can do to stop his mad obsession before it destroys her family? Stars Mira Sorvino, Cary Elwes, Christopher Backus, and Katherine McNamara. (2016)
Mira Sorvino stars as a politician’s wife whose weekend fling with a tortured young artist leads to a dangerous obsession
Jackson Heights, Queens is one of the most culturally diverse communities in the US where 167 languages are spoken. IN JACKSON HEIGHTS explores the conflict between maintaining ties to old traditions and adapting to American values. Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman examines the multiethnic neighborhood of Jackson Heights in Queens, N.Y. Initial release: September 4, 2015 Director: Frederick Wiseman Producer: Frederick Wiseman Cinematography: John Davey Awards: New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Non-Fiction Film Nominations: National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Non-Fiction Film