Jay Z Responds to Barney’s Backlash


Jay Z is speaking out after petitioners urged him to end his clothing deal with Barneys New York, citing the reported racial profiling of two customers in one of the retail stores in New York City.
On his website Life +Times Saturday, the hip hop mogul said his collaboration with the retail store is rooted in charity and that he was waiting for all the facts to come in before making a decision.
“This collaboration lives in a place of giving and is about the Foundation,” Jay-Z said. “I am not making a dime from this collection; I do not stand to make millions, as falsely reported. I need to make that fact crystal clear.”

HOT 97 DJ Mr. Cee Resigns


Mr. Cee– Hot 97’s DJ has resigned from the New York radio show with new allegations he tried to solicit sex from a male drag queen.

“Today is my last day on Hot 97,” Cee announced today, explaining, “In reality, I kind of knew this day would come.”

Hot 97 issued a statement saying, “We feel that this is in the best interest of both HOT 97 and Cee’s personal well-being. While we do not endorse the alleged activities, he is clearly facing a personal dilemma that is for him and only him to comment on.”

The move comes on the same day a male blogger named Bimbo Winehouse published audio of a man who sounds like Cee apparently agreeing to pay $100 for a sex act. Winehouse claims he never actually engaged in sexual activity with Cee.

This isn’t the first time Cee’s been accused of solicitation, he’s been arrested at least 3 times, once for allegedly trying to pick up an undercover NYPD officer in Brooklyn.

Cee has said in the past he’s not gay — but has an “addiction to prostitution.”

Well just come out the closet bruh. I might be hard but there are people who will support you.

JayZ and Beyonce Protest in NYC with Trayvon Martin’s Mom

The famous power couple Jay Z and Beyonce made it clear that they believe justice was NOT served in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin (along with half of America). They spent Saturday protesting at the “Justice for Trayvon Martin” rally in New York, against the “Stand Your Ground” laws in Florida that allowed George Zimmerman to claim self defense in the shooting of 17 year old Trayvon.


Jigga and Bey were seen posing with Trayvon’s mother Sybrina Fulton and Al Sharpton.

The couple have taken time out of there performances to support Trayvon Martin.