Alicia Keys was named Global Creative Director of BlackBerry during the BlackBerry 10 Launch Event keynote in New York City.
Gucci Mane aka GuWop speaks at career day at Crawford Long Middle School this morning.
A Woodside, Calif. home has fetched an astounding $117.5 million. The nine-acre estate quietly traded hands in November, according to county records, and had never been officially listed for sale.
O.J. Simpson’s If I Did It is up for auction on eBay for a whopping $250,000. The “rare” find is one of the last copies of Simpsons literary work detailing what he would’ve done had he killed his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.
The book was released over six years ago, but production was halted due to public opposition.
Rick Williams and Roland “Ro” Coit are the pre-eminent sneaker heads in Detroit and owners of the premier sneaker shop in the area, Burn Rubber. Since they took over the store in 2007, Rick and Ro face challenges every day as they grow Burn Rubber into a worldwide lifestyle brand, but nothing compares to their ambitions today: opening their second location and a brand new lifestyle brand, two/eighteen. Watch the drama unfold as the guys hustle to keep the ship afloat, managing a crazy cast of characters while maintaining their clout in Detroit hip hop culture.
It takes a village to find the right pair of shoes for a professional athlete making a seemingly impossible request, but Ro and Rick are on the job!
Over the course of his NBA career, Lorenzen Wright earned an estimated $55.2 million in salary. He died in 2010, shot to death, his body left to decompose in the woods southeast of Memphis, which is unsolved to date.
But the battle over what remains of his estate continues. Sherra Robinson Wright (pictured above), whose divorce from Wright was finalized only a few months before his death, received a $1 million life insurance settlement 14 months after his passing. And according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal, it took her only 10 months to spend $973,000 of that.
Spending, as documented by the Commercial Appeal, included:
• $32,000 for a Cadillac Escalade
• $26,000 for a Lexus
• $69,000 on furniture
• $11,750 for a New York trip
• $339,000 for purchase and improvement to a new home
• $7,100 for a pool deposit
• $5,000 for lawn equipment
• $34,000 on legal fees
Top 10 Richest Musicians Of All Time:
1. Andrew Lloyd Webber: $1.2 billion
2. Paul McCartney: $800 million
3. Bono: $600 million
4. Bing Crosby: $550 million
5. Sean “Diddy” Combs: $550 million
6. Mariah Carey: $500 million
7. Jay-Z: $475 million
8. Dolly Parton: $450 million
9. Jimmy Buffett: $400 million
10. Michael Jackson: $350 million