Future Cheated On Ciara With Who??
Ciara and Future are all the way done, and Future already has someone wanting to take the #1 spot.
Rumor has it that CiCi called off the engagement after catching her future hubby with R&B newcomer Tinashe, and MediaTakeout reports that it wasn’t a good sight…
“According to a MTO snitch, Ciara walked in on Future and Tinashe – in a COMPROMISING POSITION.
We’re told that it ain’t just a FLING either . . . that Future and Tinashe are actually getting kind of SERIOUS. They started working on music together, but their relationship grew . . and now they’re officially SEEING EACH OTHER.”
I don’t know about everyone else, but I think that’s a serious downgrade. SMH
Beyoncé’s Biography To Be Released In 2015
Beyhive rejoice! Queen Bey’s biography is on the way.
According to THR, writer J.Randy Tabborrelli will be penning a comprehensive biography that will “explore all facets of Knowles’ life” that is set for a 2015 release. The book will dish on her childhood, her days in Destiny’s Child and as a solo artist, and her marriage to Jay Z.
Though Beyoncé will not be involved in the book, Tabborrelli plans to get all of his information from interviews with people “who have been pivotal to her personal and professional development.”
“Beyoncé has lived a most incredible, inspiring life. I know my readers will enjoy her journey,” said the author in a statement.
The book, which will be published on Grand Central Books, has yet to be named.
New Couple Alert: Sean Combs and Sibley Scoles??
Is Sibley Scoles the latest addition to media mogul Sean Combs’ harem? Combs hand picked Scoles for the coveted spot as his host on Revolt TV. Since then the two have been nearly inseparable. Scoles is a bisexual actress who gives equal time to men and women.
Revolt TV, which was started by Combs and other deep pocket investors, celebrated its 1-year anniversary in October. But the ratings have been lackluster so far.
The music channel, which will celebrate its first year in operation next month, is having trouble expanding its reach beyond its original 25 million household base because the consolidation in the cable industry has made it a lot harder to convince other cable companies to pick the channel up.
The lack of growth has put Revolt in a severe cash crunch, several TV industry executives told The Post.
via New York Post
Juvenile Returns To Cash Money Records
Taking it back to where it all started, Juvenile has signed with Cash Money Records. The New Orleans rapper has returned to his southern home label, which he departed back in 2003.
Juve disclosed his new deal while speaking with MTV News about coming back to the label for a second time and aiming not to have another label during his career. For those who are wondering what will his next album sound like, Birdman told XXL that it will be entirely produced by London On Da Track, the producer behind T.I.’s “About the Money” and more. Congrats to Juvenile on returning to Cash Money Records.
via Karen Civil