The long awaited R&B bracket discussion is finally here! Joe, Marisa, and Rory; joined by friend of the show, MTV’s, Rob Markman, Hot 97′s Deanii Digital, and Emanny (sort of) discuss the greatest R&B albums from 1990 to present day.
Rick Ross took a Glock 9MM pistol and then viciously pistol-whipped one of his workers so badly, he messed up his jaw and neck … so claim the cops who arrested him.
As TMZ reported, Ross was arrested early Wednesday morning for kidnapping and aggravated assault. Now we know the details.
Ross got into an argument with his groundskeeper at the massive Georgia home he bought from Evander Holyfield, this according to legal docs. According to law enforcement, Ross forced the groundskeeper into the guesthouse bedroom at gunpoint and starting grilling him.
Cops say when Ross didn’t get the answers he wanted, he pistol-whipped the guy twice, messing up his jaw and neck and chipping 2 teeth. The groundskeeper was hurt badly enough that he couldn’t use his jaw and is now on a liquid diet.
Ross is still in custody.
Tom Cruise’s iconic character is back and this time he’s the target. After shuttering the IMF (Impossible Missions Force), the CIA decides to take out Hunt and his colleagues to mask their involvement in international affairs, pitting Hunt against The Syndicate. In theaters July 31st.
The plot centers around a family of four who move into a new home in Palo Alto, California. After finding tapes and an old video camera in storage, they begin to see supernatural forces looking through the lens and discover more with old footage. Katie Featherston, Chris J. Murray, Brit Shaw and Ivy George star in leading roles. The 3D film hits theaters October 23rd.
The TV streaming service HULU has announced that it will partner with Showtime to offer online subscriptions and access to all the cable network’s shows, movies and live video. The online service will actually come as discount to existing HULU customers, priced at $8.99 (compared to the usual $10.99) and totaling $16.98 between the two.
HULU hopes it will attract more people to subscribe to their core service with the incentive that they will have Showtime, growing their subscribers past the nine million they already have. The partnership will go live in July, ahead of the July 12 Showtime Online launch.