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by Unknown // Thursday, March 2, 2006 // News, Upfront, Eben Gregory's Blog, Celebrity, Divorce, Gossip // 0 Comments

All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. The Jewelry Man.the truth.

In "I'm having the best week ever" news, Nick "I'm gonna divorce you and then ask for alimony" Lachey has a lot on his mind these days. Whether it's his high-profile divorce from Jessica Simpson, having kids or making music; there's a lot of stuff living in Nick's head rent-free.

Tell me more EbenGregory, tell me more.

No. I'll let Nick do it.

Here's Nick Lachey to Teen People on having children: Obviously, it's not the right time for me to be a father. But the one thing I haven't had a chance to do is be a great dad. Playing with my friends' kids and having them call me Uncle Nick - that's life.

Here's Nick Lachey to Teen People on being single again: Don't feel sorry for me. I have a great life.

Here's Nick Lachey to Teen People on buying a smaller house than the one he and Simpson shared on their reality show "Newlyweds": I'm shopping for a smaller house on Mulholland Drive, above L.A.

Here's Nick Lachey to Teen People on fighting online predators after discovering that those who prey often use his name on the Internet to convince minors to meet them offline: I mean, I've experienced credit fraud, but when someone's using your identity to commit horrible acts against kids, it's disgusting.

Here's EbenGregory on Nick Lachey after hearing Nick answer to the last four questions: Nick is still talking jazz. Say we want pre-nup!

Btw, Nick's also returning to music with a new single he co-wrote, "What's Left of Me." Its subject? Moving on. Lyrics such as "Stuck in the shadow of my mistakes/I want you ... Been dying inside/little by little" reflect the pain of his marital split. Still, he insists, "That chapter is done."

I couldn't agree with you more so.

Here's some jewelry being dropped by EbenGregory on Nick Lachey speak on his future and wasting everybody's time for reading about it: The truth that makes men free is for the most part the truth which men prefer not to hear. Now I ain't saying he's a gold-digger.

PS, you're not Superman so put your shirt back on.

by Unknown // Monday, February 20, 2006 // News, Upfront, Eben Gregory's Blog, Celebrity, Divorce, Gossip // 0 Comments

In "You can't blame me for looking out for myself - I need this money" news, the big homey Nick Lachey wants what's his, and maybe what's Jessica Simpson's. In court papers filed recently in response to Simpson's Dec. 16 divorce filing, Lachey said he was reserving the right to seek spousal support, even though she has asked the court not to give him any.

So tell me about the games being played EbenGregory.

According to his divorce response, Lachey cited irreconcilable differences for the dissolution of the marriage. Also, he asked the court to confirm that "miscellaneous jewelry and other personal effects" remain separate property, as well his earnings after the date of separation and additional property assets to be determined. Now that's trashy.

In his filing, Lachey reports the couple's separation date as Dec. 13 while Simpson cited it was Nov. 23 in her divorce papers. The discrepancy in the dates is particularly relevant because of the nearly $1 million Simpson earned during those weeks that she'd have to split with her former husband under California law. Go Nick go!

The singing couple, who starred in their own MTV reality show, "Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica," had no prenuptial agreement. He cited irreconcilable differences for the dissolution of the three-year marriage.

Lachey, who gained fame as a member of the boy band 98 Degrees, had more earning power when the couple wed in October 2002. However, Simpson's fame skyrocketed during the marriage. The 25-year-old singer-actress reportedly earned more than $30 million last year, including earnings from her big-screen debut playing Daisy Duke in "The Dukes of Hazzard" movie.

Here's Nick Lachey to Ryan Seacrest on his divorce from Jessica Simpson: The hardest part of this breakup is the media coverage.

Yeah right. The hardest part of this breakup is that Jesse didn't hit you off with any paper before she gave you the boot. Next time, holla "we want pre-nup." Poor Mr. Lachey, it's better to die on your feet than live on your knees. But that's another story, so in the meantime.

Here's some jewelry being dropped by EbenGregory on Nick Lachey reserving the right to seek spousal support from Jessica Simpson: Cockroaches and socialites are the only things that can stay up all night and eat anything.

The problem is figuring out who's the cockroach and who's the socialite?

PS, cool DETAILS cover, too bad you look silly now.

by Unknown // Monday, January 23, 2006 // News, Upfront, Eben Gregory's Blog, Celebrity, Divorce, Gossip // 0 Comments

In "I better do some damage control before my wife kicks me out the house for making her look stupid" news, my homeboy Bobby Brown has slammed reports that planning to divorce Whitney Houston, insisting his wife is "the better half of me". Oh really?

Brown admits Houston was worried when she read reports in the New York Daily News that the "My Perogative" singer had been boasting about his alleged single status at a gig in Connecticut last week.

Here's Bobby Brown to People Magazine on the rumors: The rumors are wrong. They're false. I really couldn't tell you (how the rumors started). They say I said something about it, but I joke a lot. I don't think I said it, but if I did it was a joke. Trust me, it's someone that got the words mixed up. Oh, she (Whitney) called me! She's calling me on a regular basis like, 'Bobby! Did you say this? Did you say that?' (She's) definitely upset. There's no way I can be upset, because I didn't say it and I'm not trying to divorce her, and that's the most important thing.

Here's Bobby Brown to People Magazine on Whitney being his support cushion, I mean, his best friend: She's my friend. She's the better half of me. They say opposites attract, but we're not opposites. We're one person. We're loving life, and we're just trying to be as good to each other as possible. And we're moving on. What's important is that we love each other. It doesn't matter what people say. They want to try to break us down anyway. That's not for us. We're here, and we're gonna be together for a long time, so people can expect us to stay together. I'm with my wife for the duration - and that's life.

Sounds good Bobby, sounds good. But what happens when her music royalty money dries up? Don't answer that.

Here's some expensive jewelry being dropped by EbenGregory on Bobby Brown slamming divorce rumors: The most happy marriage I can picture or imagine would be union of a deaf man to a blind woman.