Kris Humphries, who believe it or not is still in the NBA and I’ll give you three guesses as to which team he plays for, who is famously known for his 72 day marriage to reality TV star Kim Kardashian, set Twitter on fire last night with a tweet he sent out after Bruce Jenner‘s interview about his transition to a female.
Alyssa Milano, who became famous playing Samtha Micelli on the 80s sitcom Who’s the Boss with Tony Danza went on what I like to call a “Twitter rampage” about London’s Heathrow Airport after he breast milk was confiscated while going through security.
The West Coast may rejoice. Kendrick is here and it seems like he may be worth all the hype after all. To pimp a butterfly was one of the most anticipated hip-hop albums of the year. As Kendrick dropped the first single, “i”, excitement grew.
If you love Chipotle as much as this little guy does, you’re in luck because you can get hooked up with a free burrito just for trying their new Sofritas, a tofu option, on Monday January 26th.
Some might think I only review good music and those people are correct. Why waste words on bulls*it? Jermaine Cole released an album earlier this week that no one knew about until a few weeks ago. No Promo. No Marketing. No Scandal. Just Music.
Twitter just keeps getting bigger and bigger, #hashtags are taking over the world, you can’t watch a TV show without them suggesting a #hashtag to use on social media. People, myself included have used hashtags, text messages I”m not proud of it, but it has happened.
This morning The Today Show listed some of the biggest moments on Twitter.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has been making its rounds on the internet to raise awareness for ALS, also known as, Lou Gehrig’s disease. The viral trend was started by a father and son in Massachusetts and has quickly spread through the sports, music and entertainments industries.
As the media, regular and sports, reacts to the two game suspension that Ravens running back Ray Rice was handed the other day, it seems like some beef is taking place between two prominent ESPN personalities. On this mornings episode of ESPN First Take Stephen A. Smith took an interesting take on the issue that has angered his colleague and SportsNation co-host Michelle Beadle.
Wow, the landscape of New York radio has officially CHANGED and the rich are CLEARLY getting richer. Long time Hot 97 afternoon drive host Angie Martinez, who announced her resignation from Hot 97 yesterday, a station she had been affiliated with for 27 years, has made her next move.
The past seven and a half years(especially the past three) in Orlando have been some of the best of my life! As you may already know, I’ve spent the past four years with CBS Radio Orlando’s 101-9 AMP Radio (formerly 102 JAMZ), but my time with the company is up (for now).