Fans of Beyonce swarmed the social media accounts of Lori Harvey, the stepdaughter of comedian and talk-show host Steve Harvey.
On Saturday, Lori Harvey briefly met JAY-Z at the annual Roc Nation brunch which happens the day before the Grammys. Some celebs in attendance were Meek Mill, DJ Khaled, Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner andSean “Diddy” Combs.
The 22-year-old posted a number of Instagram photos and stories during the event, including a clip in which she is seen smiling and laughing with Hov. Bey’s fans immediately jumped into attack mode and immediately accused Harvey of trying to shoot her shot with a married man.
Brooklyn Decker went head-to-head with tennis pro Andy Roddick on the latest episode of Lip Sync Battle, and the actress had a tennis-themed surprise for her competitor.
During her performance of Beyonce’s “Sorry,” Roddick’s fellow tennis star Serena Williams appeared from behind a screen onstage to finish up the dynamic performance–greeted by screams from the crowd and co-host Chrissy Teigen.
Lip Sync Battle on Thursdays at 9 p.m. EST/8 p.m. CST on Paramount Network.
The-Dream sat down with Ebro for a candid conversation on his new music, as well as other subjects around music and r&b.
At the 10:06 mark The singer spoke on his thoughts about R. Kelly, and the reaction following the airing of Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly series. He also gave his take on the King of R&B talk.
Before leaving he gave some input on where Rihanna’s new album stands, Beyoncé seems to be working on a new project, and what kind of music Drake and Kanye West cooked up in Wyoming before their beef heated up! Oh he’s also re-releasing his first two projects Love Hate & Love vs. Money
Last year it was reported, Tidal responded to Norwegian newspaper after the streaming service was accused of intentionally falsifying streaming numbers for Beyonce’s “Lemonade” and Kanye West’s “Life of Pablo” albums and consequently paying inflated royalties to the artists’ labels. Click Here if you missed the story.
Norwegian police said on Monday they were investigating allegations that some listening numbers at Tidal Music, owned by Jay-Z, Beyonce and other stars, were artificially inflated.
According to reports, A complaint filed last year by groups working for Norwegian artists and record labels said the alleged fraud had deprived other artists of their fair share of subscription revenues.
Tidal, which began life as Norwegian start-up Wimp, has previously dismissed the allegations and its lawyer Fredrik Berg on Monday denied any wrongdoing.
“Tidal is not under suspicion in this case,” Berg, of the law firm Fend, said, adding the company was in a dialogue with police.
The probe follows an investigation by Norwegian business daily Dagens Naeringsliv (DN) last May that Tidal had manipulated user data, citing internal data from the company it said it had had access to.
“We’ve begun an investigation to confirm or reject the suspicion of manipulation,” said Oekokrim, the Norwegian National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime, in a statement on Monday.
The investigation looked at “whether someone has manipulated the number of times certain songs have been played,” Oekokrim added, but without naming any suspects.
A blind Beyoncé fan has filed a class action lawsuit against the pop star’s production company Parkwood Entertainment claiming Beyonce.com’s interface is inaccessible to visually impaired users.
According toreports, A New York woman named Mary Conner who has “no vision whatsoever,” according to the filing, claims the website isn’t fully accessible for her and for millions of others who have visual impairments.
“The one and only form of entertainment that truly presents an even playing field between the visually impaired and the sighted is the joy of music,” writes attorney Dan Shaked in the complaint. “Plaintiff dreams of attending a Beyonce concert and listening to her music in a live setting. However, when she browsed the Beyonce.com website, she encountered numerous barriers which limited her accessibility to the goods and services offered on the website.”
Conner claims that because Beyonce.com is “an exclusively visual interface” she’s unable to browse the site and make online purchases without the assistance of a sighted companion.
The eponymous website features Beyoncé merchandise, videos, and music, among other exclusives; the woman who filed the suit says she discovered the accessibility issues when attempting to purchase a Holidayoncé Embroidered Pullover Hoodie. Parkwood, which Beyoncé founded in 2010, produced and released the singer’s last two visual albums, including her critically acclaimed Lemonade. It has also released music by Chloe x Halle and others.