Singer Kelly Rowlanddoes want to start a family one day, but contrary to recent rumors going around, she says it’s not in the cards just yet.
Specifically, there has been talk around town that Ms. Kelly Rowland and boyfriend Tim Witherspoon went off and got married. Well the “Dirty Laundry” singer set the record straight during her recent interview with E! News; while still adding in her plans for a family in the future.
“I don’t know. Too busy with the career,” Kelly told Terrence J. “I do want kids, I do want to be married. But, I want one kid.”
While most people dream of big families, Kelly feels one child will allow her to focus her time on ensuring her baby turns out “nice, smart and mentally stable.” But she is letting us all know that she isn’t adding a baby room to her home anytime soon…
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Turns out, no, RiRi was just playing the part of A$AP’s love interest in his new video for “Fashion Killa.” Chanel Iman’s boyfriend cozied up to the Bajan beauty for the eclectic rap record, which is a single off the Harlem native’s debut album Long Live A$AP.
The fashion-themed visual shows A$AP and Rihanna gallivanting all over NYC in brands such as Supreme, Hood By Air, and Donna Karan. Although A$AP and Rihanna play a trendy couple in “Fashion Killa”, they are simply good friends in real life.
Check out the video for “Fashion Killa” above.
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Drake Day, after dropping a short film for his extremely popular R&B/dance-pop (?) single “Hold On, We’re Going Home” off Nothing Was the Same (which impacted stores today but I’m sure you’ve already heard it), Drizzy sat down for an extensive interview with Hot 97‘s Angie Martinez. In the interview Drake shares on a myriad of topics including the reaction of his family upon them hearing the intimate NWTS cut “Too Much”, his relationships with Jay Z, who has the only real notable rap feature on the album, and Kanye West who Drake brought out for last month’s OVO Fest. The Toronto native also discusses his passive relationship with the humorous Instagram memes that mock his manhood and his seemingly distant relationship with YMCMB/Cash Money.
Oh, and he also talks about Kendrick Lamar‘s overly-publicized “Control” verse…
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Kevin Durant did a media tour promoting the work he’s doing with one of his sponsors, and any time you’re in front of the camera for that long answering a seemingly endless stream of questions, you’re bound to say something that could be construed as an insult by someone who may be looking for some external motivation.
Dwyane Wade has won a Finals MVP award during his 10-year NBA career, and is now a three-time champion. He’s achieved plenty, but athletes who perform at the highest level are constantly looking for perceived slights to use as fuel for their competitive fire, and it looks like Durant may have unintentionally provided that with one of his recent comments.
In an interview with CineSport’s Noah Coslov, Durant was asked about Sports Illustrated’s top 10 list, which included Wade. Durant was asked if anyone was missing from the list.
“I think you’re…
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