Archive for September, 2010

September 30, 2010. That’s whats up now.com EXCLUSIVELY learned that Kandi Burress from the Atlanta Houseives has a new BALLER in her life . . NFL superstar runningback Willis McGahee.

According to an ULTRA RELIABLE snitch, the two have been dating pretty seriously now for almost 4 months. Oh, and Willis will be featured on this season of the Atlanta Housewives (coming next month)

YOU GO GIRL!! BIG UP!!

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September 30, 2010. There’s a CERTAIN TYPE of brotha who . . . . once he gets around a cute Becky . . . loses his DANG MIND!!! Apparently, former NFL baller Henry Burris is one of them.

Apparently he was at some party, he met this girl, and next thing you know – he was taking photos wearing her bra . . . . FAIL!!

Oh, and Henry’s married . . . to a different Becky. DOUBLE FAIL!!! WHATS UP WITH OUR BROTHERS””

Big Dummies”

Boise police began their investigation Aug. 11 after being called to a local hospital after getting a report that a 4-year-old boy was lethargic, with slurred speech and bloodshot eyes, according to reports.

Officers determined that the 30-year-old Medina Green took the boy to the hospital after he ate a marijuana-laced Rice Krispie treat, which had been left in a cupboard at the couple’s home in the Sunrise Rim/Vista Avenue neighborhood earlier that day, according to reports.

Police say the boy ate the Rice Krispie treat when the 35-year-old Tony Green was not home and Medina Green was asleep, according to reports.

Police did not say if the Green’s are the parents of the boy but did say he was well known to them.

Officials with the Ada County Prosecutor’s office issued a warrant for the couple, who were arrested at their home

Officials with the Ada County Prosecutor’s office issued a warrant for the couple, who were arrested at their home Sunday.

The charge of felony injury to child is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

“Bishop you better get ready to Fight, as you say because after what this young man said on live TV, I’m looking at you differently AND SO IS Your CHURCH. I feel sorry for is Vanessa your wife, the wives are always the last to find out I hope it’s not true.”

ATLANTA, Ga. – For the first time, one of the men filing suit against Bishop Eddie Long is speaking out. In an exclusive interview with FOX 5 senior I-Team reporter Dale Russell, Jamal Parris tells a story of what he calls a love-hate relationship with a man he called “daddy.”

Following Bishop Long’s sermon on Sunday, Russell caught a plane to Colorado, which is home to Jamal Parris– the oldest of all the accusers in the case. In a parking lot, late at night, Parris told Russell a story of love, anger, and desire to protect other young men.

Here is Russell’s full story:

Jamal Parris didn’t want to talk at first, but before he left us, he had plenty to say about Bishop Eddie Long.

“You look at our eyes,” Parris said. “You hear the pain in our voice. We have no reason to lie to this man.”

Jamal Parris is one of four young men who have filed sexual misconduct lawsuits against Bishop Eddie Long, accusing him of using scripture and church money to sexually seduce them.

I am not the man being portrayed on the television,” Bishop long told the congregation at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday. “That’s not me.”

Since last week, none of the four young men have talked publicly about the lawsuit– until now. We found Jamal Parris shopping at a 24-hour store in Colorado. Initially, he was reluctant to talk.

But once he started, he told a riveting story about how as a young teen– a 14 year old with no father in his life– he joined New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. Bishop Eddie Long came into his life. He said Long said to call him “daddy” and to trust him with spiritual guidance.

“I loved him,” Parris said. “I’m always going to have love for the things that he taught me. But how he left us hurt worse than anything I ever felt in my life.”

Parris claims in his lawsuit the father-like figure used scripture to justify sex. And he lavished money, cars, jewelry, trips in the Bishop’s private jet, even homes on the teens, sometimes with funds from the church coffers.

“You finally have a father that you’ve always wanted for and always dreamed of,” Parris said. “He would just walk away from you if you don’t give him what he wants. So you end up turning into something you never thought you would be, which is now a slave to a man that you love.”

As he claimed in his lawsuit, Jamal says the bishop began a slow sexual seduction, which became more intimate and more intense after the young boys became of legal age.

“So, while the media and the rest of the people around the city, around the country look at us like how could grown men let another man touch him, what you have to understand is this man has manipulated us since childhood,” Parris explained. “This was our father and we loved him.”

Wade, LeBron, Bosh Meet with Media

Posted: September 28, 2010 in Uncategorized

”This team is not built for us to go below the radar,” coach Erik Spoelstra said. ”That’s a good thing. The expectations are there. We won’t run away from it.”

Some expect the Heat to win every game, thanks to an unprecedented free agent haul that united Wade, James and Bosh. All were among the top five picks in the 2003 draft, and all are All-Stars, but none has been in a situation like this.

”There are so many things being different, even this media day,” Bosh said. ”Everything is different from what we all have either expected or experienced.”

”There are so many things being different, even this media day,” Bosh said. ”Everything is different from what we all have either expected or experienced.”

Do the Heat have a superteam? We’ll see. Charley Rosen says their success would be bad for the NBA.

The question about who will take the last shot won’t be answered until the season starts Oct. 26 at Boston. As for the question of who was going to take the first question: It was Wade sitting in the middle, flanked by the two Heat newcomers, he served as a moderator of sorts. At one juncture, reporters on opposite sides of the room tried to ask questions at the same time, and Wade interrupted.

”There are two people talking,” he said, before nodding toward James. ”I know he’s confused, because I’m confused, and Chris is, too.”

Wade restored order and kept his teammates involved throughout, such as when he defended the much-maligned celebration at the Heat arena after all three signed in July.

”We enjoyed it,” Wade said. ”And 13,000 fans in the arena enjoyed it. We did it for Miami. We didn’t do it for anyone outside of that. I think it was fine.”

He turned to James, then Bosh.”Did y’all like it?”They nodded.”Good times,” Wade said. Bosh listened closely when his teammates talked and smiled easily, while James mostly stared ahead with a solemn expression, looking like he was ready to go on a 45-point binge at any minute. The reigning two-time NBA MVP tapped his fingers on the table, scratched his collarbone, stroked his mustache and laughed only once – when Wade teased him about leaving Bosh off his list of good ball-handlers.

Ever since “rumors” about NBA baller Delonte West and his former teammate LeBron James’ mother came out, DeLonte’s has had nothing but bad luck. First he PLEADS GUILTY to weapons charges, and then he was CUT by his team, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Well last week, things started to look up for DeLonte he was picked up by the Boston Celtics. But just as soon as that happened, DeLonte went and mess things up again. “According to our reliable source, DeLonte who is currently on house arrest was spotted at a college party at Regis College. Our insider claims that he saw DeLonte acting a bit crazy as if he had something to drink; both attending the party and drinking (if he did) would be a violation of his probation. Just in case you thought DeLonte’s luck couldn’t get ANY WORSE a fight broke out at the party, and two people were STABBED. .. One KILLED!!! DeLonte didn’t have anything to do with the stabbings, but we would have NEVER HEARD about the party if it didn’t get all the attention based on the stabbings . . .