While You Shaded Miley Cyrus, She Dropped “Wrecking Ball”
On VMA day, Miley Cyrus dropped the follow-up to her hit, “We Can’t Stop”. Unlike her first single, “Wrecking Ball” is less party more achey-breaky-heart (we really hope you got that reference). The track, available on iTunes now, starts off slow and sweet before dropping a heavy dubstep beat. Think it’s better than the chart-topping “We Can’t Stop”? Take a listen below!
Lamar Odom Said To Be “Missing”, Reports UntrueMultiple outlets reported that basketball star Lamar Odom was missing this weekend, after not having contact with family or friends for three days. Odom, who is said to be temporarily separated from Khloe Kardashian, has reportedly been abusing crack cocaine, though our girl Khloe is not having all that gossip. She took to Twitter to shut down the hearsay with “Really hard to sit here and listen to people talk shit about my family! Fuck you and shame on you! I’m too protective for this shit!” [Via HuffPo]Rihanna Gets Salty With Popcorn at the VMAs
Thanks to Vibe, we’ve got a Vine of Rihanna sneakily throwing popcorn under her seat at last night’s VMAs. The singer drops a tub of the snack on her friend Melissa, checks for cameras, and then gets rid of the waste on the floor of Barclays. Hilarious. [Via Vibe]
National Zoo Panda Gives Birth To Stillborn BabyIn sad news, the National Zoo’s panda Mei Xiang gave birth to one cub on Friday and another on Saturday. The first cub is said to be in excellent health while the second was stillborn without a brain. Sad…[Via HuffPo]
Donald Trump Caught Stealing Millions From Trump University Students
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is filing a lawsuit against Donald Trump for apparently charging students of his Trump University between $1,500 and $35,000 to enroll in a school that did not afford them any career opportunities. Students were promised “individual instruction” from the mogul (or his reps) once they landed their first real estate deal, but none ever saw him or were actually given the tools to to land any business. SHADY. [Via Gawker]