Daily Buzz 6.13.11

    Keyshia Cole’s covers MJB

    Keyshia Cole and Mary J. Blige might have their beef, but that’s not keeping Keyshia from Mary’s music.

    The recently married "Long Way Down" singer covered the  MJB classic "I’m Goin’ Down" during the Los Angeles stop of the Love Letters Tour. Check out Keyshia’s take on the heartbroken ballad below.

    Chris Rock retracts Tracy Morgan support

    Chris Rock reconsidered his support of Tracy Morgan following the "30 Rock" star’s anti-gay comedy routine.

    Initially Chris didn’t see what the big deal was when Tracy went off about how he could never accept a homosexual child. "I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to live in world where Tracy Morgan can’t say foul inappropriate s—," Chris tweeted Friday.

    However, after finding out exactly what Tracy said, Chris changed his stance in a statement posted to his official website.

    "Tracy Morgan is a tad off. We all know that. So when Tracy says something, I usually don’t take it anymore serious than I would a statement from Gary Busey or Flavor Flav," Chris wrote. "When I first heard the statement, I thought it was offensive but it also reminded me of my father saying, ‘I’ll kill you if you ever bring home a White girl.’"

    Chris  added, "After reading everything Tracy said, wow I get it that s–t wasn’t called for and I don’t support it at all. Now, can I please go to the Tony Awards without getting my ass kicked."


    Marsha Ambrosius pulls late night in new video

    Marsha Ambrosius has dropped a sultry video for her new single "Late Nights & Early Mornings." The video captures Marsha in a bunch of sweet and intimate moments with her sweetie, and everything seems to be there for a typical slow jam video.

    Leave it to Marsha  to include a message though. We couldn’t help but notice the negative signs above everyone’s heads, and we didn’t get what that was about until the 1:13 mark. See what we mean below.


    LeBron James isn’t pressed about haters

    Last night, LeBron James’ haters were reveling in the fact that the NBA player and his team, the Miami Heat, dropped the ball at the NBA Finals.

    Does that bother Bron Bron? Not really. In fact, he feels sorry for all of his detractors.

    "All the people that was rooting on me to fail, at the end of the day they have to wake up tomorrow and have the same life that they had before they woke up today," LeBron said in a post-game interview. "I’m going to continue to live the way I want to live and continue to do the things that I want to do with me and my family and be happy with that."

    He continued, "They can get a few days or a few months or whatever the case may be on being happy about not only myself, but the Miami Heat not accomplishing their goal, but they have to get back to the real world at some point."

    ‘Single Ladies’ star talks onset drama

    Travis Winfrey, aka Omar from "Single Ladies," is scoffing at rumors that things have come to blows between Stacey Dash and LisaRaye McCoy on set.

    He admits there have been a few hiccups behind the scenes on "Single Ladies", but  he said it’s not as bad as gossip sites would have you believe.

    "There’s always going to be drama on the set, and I did see those rumors, but no. You would have seen some black eyes on the last few episodes if that happened," Travis told VH1. "They’re professionals. We sometimes work 15- or 16-hour days and of course somebody’s gonna be like “Leave me alone,” but any other drama got blown up in the Twitterverse."


    — Sonya Eskridge






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