POST IT NOTES: HOTTEST HEADLINES ON 11/27
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Mr. West appeared on the Sway’s radio show, and flipped his lid. In this particular rant, the MC raised his voice to intense levels when Sway asked why he needed corporations to back him on certain projects. Luckily, Sway was able to turn Yeezy down, and the friends dapped it up at the end of the interview.
Some of our favorite celebrities are certainly in the holiday spirit. Big Sean went back to his hometown of Detroit to pass out turkeys for families in need. He brought some friends with him, too. Comedian Mike Epps and Detroit Piston’s Chauncey Billups joined in on the giving.
Having one of the hottest songs of last summer may come at a cost. The “Blurred Lines” singer was hit with a countersuit from Marvin Gaye’s two sons earlier this year. Now, Gaye’s adopted son, Marvin Gaye III, is entering the mix. In countersuit number two, Gaye III Is accusing Thicke of copyright infringement for “Blurred Lines” and “Love After War.”
The former “Glee” star took home the mirror ball trophy on Tuesday night and we couldn’t be happier. Riley’s win isn’t just a victory for curvy girls, it’s another success for Black women, too. So, you go, girl!
Bands of ice, sleet and rain were upending some holiday travel plans as millions of Americans took to the roads, skies and rails Wednesday for Thanksgiving, but the wintry mix was not causing the widespread gridlock that had been feared. So far, the storms barreling over the mid-Atlantic and Northeast have not sent widespread flight delays or cancellations rippling beyond the region to other parts of the nation’s air network, and forecasters said the storm would start to loosen its grip on the East Coast as the day wore on.
In a small sampling of college football media, 27 of 33 Heisman Trophy voters say they would consider Jameis Winston for the award even if the sexual assault case involving the Florida State quarterback is unresolved before they vote. Winston has not been charged, and prosecutors said Tuesday they likely will need about two more weeks to decide whether to bring charges on the nearly year-old complaint. The deadline for Heisman voting is Dec. 9, with the winner announced Dec. 14 in New York.