Everyone loves a good selfie, especially Kim K, but one man is not having it! Kim Kardashian West’s company is being sued in connection with Lumee Cases for promoting their product. The lights were patented in 2013 by Hooshmad Harooni and he wants his money.
Kim is not being sued directly, but since she makes money off of the alleged infringement she has been named in the suit. Harooni is asking for $100M! What do you think they will do?
There is a very, very incriminating video with Bobby Valentino leaving the home of a transsexual who claims he did not pay for doing the deed. It’s alleged that Bobby V. went on poplular site backpage.com and ordered an escort.
He countered that he was being extorted and that it was not him in the video. You be the judge…is this Bobby or nah?
There have been rumors flying that Queen Bey is in final talks to be the voice of Nala in the remake of The Lion King. This news rides on the back of The Formation Tour and documentary the Queen is releasing with HBO.
It’s reported that she’s nearing the $25 million mark to star and produced the soundtrack with new music.
Remember this is a part of the rumor mill reported by The Beyhive so stayed tuned for the reveal if any.
An earlier report announced that SOUNDCLOUD was going broke after laying off 40% of their employees in London and San Fransico, California. It was also reported that SOUNDCLOUD would not be able to budget their company through the fourth quarter, which starts in 50 days.
A lot of independent artists and users were scared of losing their footing in free streaming. However, by the end of the day SOUNDCLOUD announced they’re in fact fully functional and can be financed through quarter 4. They have also said that “the financial rumors are nothing more than misinterpreted information one or two of its laid-off employees received during a recent meeting.”
There are further claims, but you be the judge!! Personally, I would hope that SOUNDCLOUD can sustain itself on the two facilities they have open. Only time will tell.
Hello to everyone out there looking to see what’s new here on BiBi’s Next To Blow! I want to personally say thank you to all of you out there that have supported a true effort over the last 2.5 years. I am working on a new site to bring you all the things that I love to do like sing, cook, write music, make up, and all the cool things I do with my children. I will have more video and great DIY projects you can do with your family. In the meantime look out for more updates on the upcoming project that will mark 3 years of BiBi’s!
It’s Black History Month and the first visual on the day is bought to you by Lenny Harold ft The Izm with Mayday. In a tribute to all the young, African Americans that have lost their lives to police and gun violence in their communities. Lenny Harold brings an emotional presence to the song and his message, while The Izm sends an eerie reality to touch your soul. Using the hashtag #BLACKLIVESMATTER, pictures came from all over to be featured in the visual. A job well done and what other way to honor Black History Month than in song.
Click below for the visual…
To follow the artist on IG: @LennyHarold @eyedotzeedotem twitter: @lennyharold @The_IZM
I began watching Money & Violence in the summer of 2014 simply because I had come across it on youtube. I began watching then fell off and couldn’t seem to keep on schedule with the shows. At one point I couldn’t remember what I searched initially to get there. However, thanks to the Breakfast Club I found my new favorite web series again.
When I first began watching, Ithought that this is like reading one of the really dope urban novels. I went in not expecting oscar worthy performances or the best quality camera, but was met with decent acting [especially those Jamaican yuh wan me fi observe lol] and not too bad camera action. So from the door I was like aight this should be good. Not trying to judge the production too much without reviewing it all, I began to focus on the story line. I heard “It’s like The Wire in Brooklyn” and I felt like it was in the same genre, but not a carbon copy. It was actually the most riveting web series I’ve ever seen. From the way Rafe moves like a boss, to the way Miz is super impulsive, even down to the way Tai AND his sister Shay are the same kind of snakes. This makes you take a look at your own hood, everyone has the old heads that drop gems but pull power moves in the night like Rafe and Miz. I love the depth of these two characters. I love how they are both strong independently and have the ability and confidence to coexist in the same street. I believe that whether rich or poor, these characters would still demand respect. With a climate of characters that change every scene, the authenticity and relatability is on 100! Money and Violence shows the intricacies of living and working on the streets, but still sends positive messages to the people. The message that was consistent for me is to stay in your lane. However, the creators of this show didn’t stay in their lane, they became lane creators.
And just like that, he’s a married man! It’s been reported that Ludicris is now married to his longtime girlfriend Euxodie! After accepting Luda’s proposal a day after Christmas, Euxodie returned home to find a wedding dress waiting. Check out the proposal and wedding photos below. Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Bridges!
“Can I blow some kush up out the roof, reflect on my life and speak a real nigga truth, Can I blow some kush up out the roof, look up to the sky and tell God I’m the truth!” Trinidad James has been a dope artist from day one and now just dropped his EP The Wake Up! He is already giving the fans something to anticipate as he announces a full length FREE album on January 20th entitled No One Is Safe, Whether it was his intent to blow, he has! Even without the record label supporting his efforts, he is fast becoming a major indie artist. He is making it clear that major backing in this day in age is completely unnecessary. His release of Black Man pt. 2 [no there isn’t a pt 1] is completely about starting over but doing it HIS way. This song is him predicting his “come back” as an independent artist.