Derrick Rose is being sued by a woman who claims the NBA superstar and two of his friends drugged and gang raped her.
The woman, identified only as Jane Doe, says she and Rose dated from 2011 to 2013. During that time, Rose allegedly tried to pressure her to masturbate in front of him, allow him to have sex with her friends and engage in group sex with strangers, all of which she says she refused.
Rose’s accuser says the two continued to date until August 2013, when Rose and two friends, Ryan Allen and Randall Hampton (who is also Rose’s personal manager), invited her to Rose’s Beverly Hills house. She says there, they slipped a drug into her drink with the aim of raping her.
The plaintiff says she escaped the house with a friend, but later that night, Rose and his friends broke into her apartment and gang raped her while she was incapacitated. She says she remembers only “flashes” of the incident, but can remember the defendants forcibly raping her.
She claims she waited for two years to file the suit because she was “ashamed and embarrassed” of what happened and concerned her “conservative family” would find out.
She wants unspecified damages.
Looks like Kanye West and his mother-in-law Kris Jenner aren’t exactly the life of the party.
The two were caught snoozing by Khloé Kardashian at her NBA beau James Harden’s 26th birthday bash on Tuesday.
“The MVP goes to Kanye and Kris!!! The Turn Up is real!!!” joked Khloé in her caption to the picture, which shows the pair catching some shut-eye, with Kris resting her head on Kanye’s shoulder and Harden posing behind the two, holding up peace signs with his hands.
Kim Kardashian West, 34, also took to Instagram to poke some fun at her hubby and mom, uploading the same picture and writing: “Rager!!!!” with several party emojis.
Khloé, 31, and the Houston Rocket’s Harden have been linked since early July, when they went clubbing in Las Vegas for Independence Day.
Ft. Lauderdale Rapper and Borgata MoB Spitta Hugh Hayes forms The Black Bands rap group with local homies E Sharp and Houston. This first joint “important” produced by Tha Otherz delivers witty punchlines over a dark beat.
Almost as soon as photos of Drake and Serena Williams making out hit the Internets, trolls began wondering what would be Common‘s reaction. The Chicago rapper was recently asked about the tennis star and Drizzy rekindling their romance and he was nothing but gracious.
Common maintained that he and Serena Williams are still friends and that if she’s happy, he’s happy.
“Serena’s a friend of mine. That’s my friend. We dated, that’s done. That’s been done a long time ago,” Common told TMZ. “She’s doing supergood on the tennis [court]. She’s incredible. As long as [she’s] happy I’m good.”
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Nazo Bravo teams up with Eazy-E’s sons Lil Eazy-E and E3 on the Straight Outta Compton tribute track Cruisin’ [Remix], which also contains a sample of Eazy-E’s classic solo debut Boyz-N-The-Hood. The “Straight Outta Compton” biopic topped the box office with an astonishing $60.2 million on opening weekend according to Variety, ranking as the fifth biggest August opening in history.
The theory that Suge Knight infected Eazy E with AIDS — which he succumbed to in 1995 — has been around for a while. Suge Knight even seemed to co-sign it himself during a bizarre 2003 appearance on Jimmy Kimmel.
Eazy E’s son Yung Eazy recently endorsed this theory on Instagram, using evidence from the movie Straight Outta Compton to support his case.
“notice in#StraightOuttaCompton Eazy did not get sick until after the studio incident with suge and look how he acknowledged & admits on this interview with #JimmyKimmelinjecting ppl instead of shooting them is a new thing that’s done,” Yung Eazy writes on Instagram. “Oh n let’s not touch the topic on Ice Cube naming his album “Lethal Injection” #FreeYourMind#RipEazyE #EazyE #FuckSugeKnight, Yung Eazy writes.
The Game’s got some serious legal problems on his hands. He’s getting sued $10 million for sexual assault, and then there’s the $12 million the off-duty cop that Game was caught on camera slugging is seeking.
His latest legal hiccup might not be as dramatic, but it looks like his accuser has the best case against him.
Rapper/designer Ariza Obey is suing Game for swiping one of his images from Instagram and then using it as the cover art for his Dej Loaf-assisted single ‘Ryda’.
Eazy E’s daughter has already disputed how the hit biopic Straight Outta Compton portrayed her late dad. In particular, she questioned the scene in which Suge Knight beats E up.
Mater P, who knew Eazy, agreed, telling AllHipHop.com that E was much more of a real gangster than the movie made him out to be.
“The N.W.A. movie, I really didn’t like Eazy-E’s character. I liked the movie but I knew Eazy-E. He was a real street guy. I know Eazy-E, I know the truth. All that stuff isn’t really how Eazy-E was. [Suge Knight putting his hands on Eazy-E?] Come on man, you couldn’t do Eazy-E like that. Not the Eazy-E I knew. I knew it was going to be repercussions. So you know, a lot of people change their lives and grew up but at the same time, I feel like the Eazy-E character wasn’t all the way portrayed. This guy was on the streets, he’s the one who made the money and put everybody behind him. That’s what I didn’t really feel like was portrayed. … They did their thing, it was a great movie but that’s just my opinion.”
There has been a lot of new chatter about E, who died in 1995, since the movie has become such a sensation. Among other things, Eazy’s son has said the film raises question about whether Knight infected his dad with AIDS.
A few months ago, when he released “Liquor,” Chris Brown announced that his next album would arrive sometime in the fall. Today on Twitter, he revealed that his seventh studio album will be titled Royalty. The inspiration for the title is the name of his 15-month old daughter.