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LL Cool J plays an intimate show at the iHeartRadio Theater on May 22, 2013 in NYC. Click here to check out all of the photos!
concreteloop.com - According to sources, the late rapper’s 13-year-old daughter, Xea, will inherit all of his assets — “including his Social Security, Pension, and future Royalties,” says the mother of Dwight Myers, better known as Heavy D.
Mom, Eulahlee Myers also told TMZ that Heavy’s brother, Floyd will protect the fortunes for Xea as he will have control over the estate:
It cannot be self-managed or self-administered and it has to be Court approved. Open bills, unfinished business, taxes and day-to-day decisions including future plans for his daughter all need to be done. This management needs someone who is capable, smart, honest and close to this family.
The close-knit family were all on the same page in choosing Floyd to be the person representing Heavy D’s estate. Dwight ‘Heavy D’ Myers died in Beverly Hills, California on November 8, 2011 due to a pulmonary embolism. He would have turned 45 this Friday, May 24. Source
Angela Hornsby threw up her arms in frustration Monday as she sat at home watching a news anchor tell people to seek shelter underground. She doesn't have a basement.
She wondered about her niece, Jenae Hornsby, a third-grader at Plaza Towers.
"I thought she was safe in school," Hornsby said. But Jenae wasn't. She died along with Kyle and their five other classmates.
Just last weekend, Hornsby's 14-year-old daughter and Jenae and all of Jenae's many cousins were at a park in Moore. They had just come from church. The girls were dressing up and joking around, wearing their aunt's wig.
"They loved to dress up and dance to Beyonce, pretend they were Beyonce," Angela Hornsby said. "They would tape each other with their phones and play it back."
The 14-year-old is so upset about Jenae that she's been throwing up and is at home in bed. "My daughter said to me, 'I don't want to sound crazy but maybe she's gonna call me. Maybe Jenae's not dead, Mom.'"
Angela doesn't know how her brother -- Jenae's father, Joshua -- is going to move forward.
Tuesday night, Joshua Hornsby, talking to CNN's "AC360," called his daughter "a ball of energy, a ball of love."
"She was the best kid anybody could have," he said.
He vowed to make "his baby proud and keep pushing on like I know she would want me to do." Read more
Christina Milian tweeted "My daughter Violet met the incomparable @Oprah! Amazing day! #The Voice".
Yesterday, Kelly Rowland (shown above with Demi Lovato and Paulina Rubio) made her first official appearance as an "X-Factor" judge since FOX made the announcement earlier this week.
In a statement about his selection, "X-Factor" creator Simon Cowell said, “It’s taken more than a decade but I’m delighted to finally be on a panel with three girls (I think!). Paulina and Kelly both have great taste and massive experience in the music industry and together with Demi, this is going to be a fun panel. It just feels like the time to do something different”
And Kelly, who previously appeared on the UK's version of "X-Factor" shared her joy saying, “I am very excited to be reuniting with Simon Cowell and ‘The X Factor‘ family. It feels great to be able to take this journey here at home in the States.”
The "Dirty Laundry" singer is reportedly earning $1 Million to sit on the panel! Though it's a far cry from the $15 Million the execs wasted on Britney Spears last season, it's still a respectable income and will allow Kelly to promote her Talk A Good Game disc (June 18th) on a national platform.
Our reaction was similar to Darius'.."WOW"...What year is it? Since this tweet, the racist's account was pulled and taken over. Do you think Darius handled this the right way? Comment below:
"Gotta go to bed this has been hilarious tonight. If any hater thinks I care what u think. I don't make music for u. So don't listen," Rucker tweeted at the end of the day