With the success of the Kalief Browder Documentary Series currently on Spike TV.
Shawn “Jay Z” Carter and the Weinstein Company are partnering on an ambitious series of film and television projects about Trayvon Martin, Variety has learned.
The indie label and the rap icon won a heated bidding war for the rights to two books — “Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Continue to Repeat It” and “Rest in Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin.” The 2012 shooting of the 17-year-old Martin sparked a national debate about racial profiling and inequities of the criminal justice system that brought about the Black Lives Matter movement. The African-American high school student was killed by George Zimmerman, a 28-year-old mixed race Hispanic man, who was a member of the neighborhood watch in his Florida community.
Although the Carters does not want Blue Ivy associate with the Wests. Click Here if you missed that.
Tamar tells People Mag about baby Logan play dates with North and Saint West.
“We’re neighbors, so they play together all the time,” the singer explained about living close by the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, her husband Kanye West and their two children.
“They’ll just be in the backyard. It’s not like the parents are out there all the time — it’s like a little multitude of kids who’s outside in the backyard playing on equipment and stuff,” she said.
Don’t shoot the messenger…
[Blind Gossip] If a camel was to wear a prosthetic to make it look like he had a bigger hump, would that be cheating?
If a celebrity was to wear a prosthetic to make it look like she had a bigger bump, would that be cheating?
Yes, her husband knows, and he’s cool with that.
[Optional] Does her bump look realistic to you?
It’s a blind item take it is a grain of salt.
We are taken back to the early days of Kalief’s incarnation on Rikers Island where he is introduced to a world of Violence, Corruption and Gangs. In constant turmoil, Kalief must defend himself from all sides.
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More coins for The Carters pockets.
Jay Z has bolstered his Roc Nation empire with a new start-up that helps other start-ups. According to a release on Monday (March 6), the hip-hop mogul announced the creation of Arrive, a platform that will focus on promising start-up companies.
“Arrive was created to leverage our experience and resources in building brands, developing consumer facing businesses, managing artists and representing athletes. We’ve opened that diversified, global range of expertise to a new vertical: entrepreneurs and their early stage businesses,” said Neil Sirni, Roc Nation’s head of new ventures.