Sunday, December 4, 2022

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - What's Trending

CARDI B CLAIMS SHE GOT PAID $1M FOR 35-MINUTE PERFORMANCE


Cardi B has clapped back at a fan who mocked a recent private Art Basel performance by showing proof that she was paid $1 million for the brief appearance.

The since-deleted tweet came as a response to Twitter user @antoniiogang, who shared a short clip of Cardi’s performance, which took place at the Chase Sapphire Lounge on Friday (December 2), according to USA Today.

The clip was posted with a caption that read, “Not the Grammy winner performing in someone’s backyard.”

The “Money Bag” rapper responded with a screenshot of her contract with WP Touring, Inc., confirming the rate she had been paid for her appearance at the Miami art festival.

“I got payed 1 million dollars to perform at this elite bankers event private event for 400 people and only for 35 minutes,” Cardi tweeted along with the photo. “THINK ABOUT THAT WHEN YOU TYPE ABOUT THIS GRAMMY WINNER”


Brett Favre Requests Dismissal From Mississippi Welfare Lawsuit


Brett Favre is one of 38 defendants in a lawsuit brought by the Mississippi Department of Human Services alleging a serious misappropriation of welfare funds. The retired Hall of Fame quarterback is requesting to be dismissed from the lawsuit along with his Favre Enterprises business entity. 

ESPN reported that Brett Favre, 53, filed a motion on Monday (Nov. 28) asking a Mississippi judicial court to dismiss the lawsuit. According to the outlet, a portion of the motion read, “It is apparent that MDHS has sued Favre, a Mississippi and national celebrity, in an effort to deflect responsibility for its own egregious wrongdoing.”

The issue has dogged Favre for months after auditors in Mississippi found that a portion of the $77 million in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds originally slated to support nonprofits and assist the state’s poor were misdirected to the coffers of wealthy residents. The lawsuit was first announced on May 9 and is a civil matter. So far, six individuals have been arrested in connection to the case with five of them pleading guilty. Favre was among the named individuals in the lawsuit but does not face any legal charges.

“[MDHS]’s lawsuit is nothing more than a baseless attempt to blame Brett Favre for its own failure to oversee the welfare funds placed in its trust,” Favre’s lawyer, Eric Herschmann, said in a statement to ESPN. “Mr. Favre never had any control over how Mississippi spent its welfare funds. He never made any misrepresentations to anyone.”

As reported by the Associated Press, Favre has paid back $1.1 million in speaking fees that he received from the TANF-funded Mississippi Community Education Center. However, a state auditor found that Favre still owes $228,000 in back interest.


James Gunn Hints At His DCU Plans With Kingdom Come Image


DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn hints further at his DC Universe plans by sharing another image from the Kingdom Come event story. Although no official announcements have come from Gunn or Peter Safran since taking over DC's movie future, the former has continued to use social media to generate excitement about what is to come. He has teased fans with images of Lobo, Mister Terrific, Superman, and more as plans are being finalized for what direction the franchise will go next. Each of James Gunn's social media posts have elicited strong reactions from audiences, especially when it comes to teasing major events.

 

Sunday, November 13, 2022

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - What's Trending

 TAKEOFF HONORED BY FRIENDS & FAMILY AT ATLANTA MEMORIAL SERVICE


TakeOff has been laid to rest following a celebration of life that saw Quavo and Offset delivering emotional addresses to a crowd of 21,000 mourners.

Despite the rain in Atlanta on Friday morning (November 11), fans began gathering outside State Farm Arena as early as 9 a.m. — three hours ahead of the ceremony’s scheduled start — where a giant photo of TakeOff took up the venue’s LED display.

According to Variety, the full capacity crowd inside included former collaborators and friends including Gucci ManeRich The KidCity GirlsCeeLo GreenYG, Murda Beatz, MustardLil YachtyTeyana Taylor, Russell Simmons. Cardi B, TakeOff’s cousin by marriage was also photographed ahead of the memorial service.

Members of the Quality Control Music staff were also on hand to pay their respects, including the label’s CEO Pierre “P” Thomas, who shared a photo ahead of the ceremony along with the caption, “When You Lose Someone You Love, You Gain An Angel To Look Over You As Life Goes On. #LLTakeOff.”


T-PAIN REVEALS HE USED TO CHARGE ARTISTS CARS FOR SONGS: ‘I HAD ENOUGH MONEY’


T-Pain has revealed there was a point in his career when he stopped asking artists for money in exchange for features, instead he would ask them for cars.

The Florida rapper-singer made the revelation during a recent episode of his Nappy Boy Radio podcast featuring Taylor Bennett. Pain explained that he would make arrangements for a rare car that he couldn’t get his hands on from an artist and he’d hop in the booth to bang out a verse or hook on their song.

“I started charging n-ggas cars for songs,” T-Pain said. “It came to a point where I had enough money and rappers was like, ‘We need a hook.’ Hey, look, it’s a ’72 Impala that I want. I don’t even want a new car, bro, go get me a old school and I’ll do this hook for you tonight.”

T-Pain didn’t get into specifics of cars he ended up trading for his AutoTuned verses and melodic hooks, but he added a few whips to his fleet.


D.C. attorney general files lawsuit against Daniel Snyder, Washington Commanders, NFL, Roger Goodell


D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine on Thursday sued the Washington Commanders, team owner Dan Snyder, the National Football League, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for allegedly lying to D.C. fans about an investigation into workplace conduct and claims of sexual harassment, and doing so to protect the team and league’s image and ability to make money.

“You can’t lie to D.C. residents in order to protect your image and profits and get away with it,” said Racine at a press conference. “No one is above the law.”

The lawsuit stems from reporting by The Washington Post in 2020 on allegations of sexual harassment and a toxic workplace culture at the Washington Commanders. In the wake of the story, the team hired attorney Beth Wilkinson to conduct an investigation, which was later taken over by the NFL. The investigation’s findings, summarized publicly by the NFL in 2021, found that working conditions at the team had been “highly unprofessional” and that “numerous female employees reported having experienced sexual harassment and a general lack of respect in the workplace.”

The league said Snyder and the Commanders instituted new policies and hired new management, the NFL fined Snyder $10 million, and Snyder agreed to turn over day to day management of the team to his wife, Tanya Snyder. But an investigation by a House of Representatives committee later revealed that the NFL had given Snyder control over what information and documents from Wilkinson’s investigation could be publicly released, and also that Snyder had conducted a “shadow investigation” of accusers, former team employees, and journalists.

“This was all for show,” said Racine of the NFL’s investigation into workplace culture issues within the Commanders. “We were led to believe that Mr. Snyder would not interfere with the ‘independent’ investigation. He did. We were led to believe the public would not be left out of the process. We were. We were led to believe real change would happen. We’re still waiting. I ask, does any part of this investigation sound independent? Does any of this sound like accountability? Of course not. That’s why we’re suing.”

Racine’s lawsuit stems from D.C.’s broad Consumer Protection Act, which, among other provisions, prohibits businesses and merchants from lying to consumers. While the Commanders play in Maryland and are headquartered in Virginia, Racine said his civil lawsuit stems from the reality that many of the team’s paying fans are D.C. residents and that the team has marketed its links to the city, thus giving him standing to bring the legal action.

Racine, the city’s outgoing attorney general, is asking a D.C. judge to order the team, the league, and Snyder and Goodell to pay a fine of up to $5,000 for every misstatement made regarding the investigation. “That racks up pretty easy and exponentially,” he said. Racine is also seeking for Wilkinson’s full investigation to be released to the public.

In a statement, Commanders’ attorneys John Brownlee and Stuart Nash pledged to fight Racine’s lawsuit.

“Over two years ago, Dan and Tanya Snyder acknowledged that an unacceptable workplace culture had existed within their organization for several years and they have apologized many times for allowing that to happen. We agree with Racine on one thing: the public needs to know the truth. Although the lawsuit repeats a lot of innuendo, half-truths and lies, we welcome this opportunity to defend the organization — for the first time — in a court of law and to establish, once and for all, what is fact and what is fiction,” they said.

On Tuesday, the team preemptively released a statement accusing Racine of seeking “splashy headlines, based on offbeat legal theories, rather than doing the hard work of making the streets safe,” a reference to the August shooting in D.C. of rookie running back Brian Robinson Jr. The statement drew immediate criticisms, including from Robinson’s agent, prompting a separate statement from team president Jason Wright apologizing for the reference to the player’s shooting.

“It’s customary for bullies to try to bully victims… even public servants. I looked at that comment. It wasn’t surprising,” said Racine on Thursday about the team’s initial statement.

Racine’s lawsuit comes as Snyder and the Commanders remain under a harsh spotlight for workplace conduct issues as well as how the team is managed. Earlier this year, Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares launched an investigation into allegations of financial impropriety under owner Snyder’s leadership — allegations first brought to light by the House committee’s probe into the franchise.

Snyder recently made headlines when he hired a bank to consider options for selling the team, in part or in whole. Since then the names of a number of possible buyers have emerged, from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to media mogul Byron Allen. Despite the team’s history in the Washington region, few elected officials have been willing to work with Snyder and the Commanders on possibly relocating and building a new stadium, in large part because of the scandals and controversies he has found himself in over the years.

Speaking as a longtime fan of the franchise, Racine said he was left little recourse but to act.

“I am repulsed by the conduct, the idea of intimidating victims, the idea of trying to scare them into backing down,” he said. “It’s outrageous and it calls on all of us to what we can to bring accountability.”



Tuesday, October 25, 2022

The Le'Nalors Event Update - OMARION HOST REVEL SATURDAYS-- SOLD OUT SATURDAYS Atlanta GA

 

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Tuesday, October 18, 2022

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - What's Trending

Jay-Z Sues D’Usse Partner Bacardi Over Transparency Concerns 


The business mogul’s company SC Liquor has filed a lawsuit against Bacardi, with whom Jay-Z has a 50/50 partnership in the Cognac brand. According to a new report from TMZ, Jay-Z wants complete financial clarity from Bacardi concerning D’Usse.  

Jay-Z and Bacardi have been co-owners of D’Usse since 2011. Hov and BeyoncĂ© launched the new premium cognac during a party at LIV Nightclub in December of that year. While there have been no rumors of an internal rift, the lawsuit suggests something is amiss.  

The outlet reports Jay-Z is requesting access to information about D’Usse production and sales. The company wants all books and records for the business, and “the location of all warehouses storing D’Usse barrels, bottles and accessories.” The docs also request all the files pertaining to Bacardi’s physical inventory processes. 

While it is unclear why Jay-Z decided to file suit against Bacardi, the filing suggests trust has become an issue between the partners. In the court papers, SC Liquor states it needs to “monitor the conduct of [Bacardi’s] business to protect SC’s rights as” a partner in the company. 


Two People Shot At College During Asian Doll Concert



Two people were shot at an Asian Doll concert during homecoming festivities at Livingstone College.

Additionally, multiple people were injured according to Salisbury, North Carolina police.

Asian Doll was performing on stage at the time of the shooting, which occurred after a fight broke out. Neither of the people shot were Livingstone students. Some of those that were injured was a result of the chaos after shot rang out. Earlier rumors stated that three people were shot.

Police are reportedly investigating further. according to WSOC-TV, students were forced to flee from both the fight and the shots. All of this happened approximately at 11 PM, when police campus police responded to the alert.

College officials condemned the act and admitted it was not the first time gunfire has marred campus activities. 

“I’m saddened that after a week of homecoming activities without incident, our students, alumni, their families and friends had to witness this senseless act of gun violence,” Livingstone College President Dr. Anthony J. Davis said. “My prayer is that the community will respond to Livingstone College in the same manner it responded when gunfire erupted at a holiday basketball tournament in December.”


New allegations surface about Bill Murray’s on-set misconduct


New allegations of Bill Murray behaving inappropriately on sets have continued to surface in the wake of a report about “Being Mortal,” the production suspended in April when a complaint was filed against the actor.


Last week, the media company Puck published an article alleging that Murray, 72, had kissed and straddled a “much younger woman” working with him on the Atul Gawande adaptation helmed by first-time feature director Aziz Ansari. Murray said his actions toward the production staffer were “jestful,” according to Puck, whereas she interpreted the unwanted behavior as sexual and filed a complaint.


The Puck article added that another staffer who witnessed the encounter also filed a report, and that the incident eventually reached Searchlight Pictures, which halted production on the film. It has not resumed. At the time, Murray publicly described what had happened as a “a difference of opinion.” According to Puck, he paid the woman just over $100,000 to settle the matter and maintain confidentiality.

Monday, October 3, 2022

The Le'Nalors Rides of The Day - Super Car Weekends Florida Style

This site main stay was awesome rides! And I will always bring you some of the most beautiful rides and pics from some of the most passionate car lovers that share these gorgeous pics! 








Sunday, September 25, 2022

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - What's Trending

6ix9ine Dubai Brawl



On Friday, September 23, Hollywood Unlocked revealed that 6ix9ine had gotten into a brawl at the Soho Palm Club in Dubai. According to sources, the rapper asked the DJ to play one of his songs for the crowd, but he refused. This allegedly led to the artist, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, attacking the DJ on the spot.

As reported by the outlet, the DJ screamed, "We don’t like snitches. No way am I playing a snitch’s song," into the microphone following their brawl. Shortly after the news broke, the video of the incident began circulating online. In the clip, Tekashi was seen shirtless punching a man before being held back by a group of people.


RIHANNA TO HEADLINE 2023 SUPER BOWL LVII HALFTIME SHOW



Rihanna and the National Football League has confirmed the Barbadian singer will be performing at the Super Bowl Halftime Show next year.

On Sunday (September 25), Rihanna shared an Instagram post with just her tattooed arm in the air holding a football with the NFL shield prominently displayed. The NFL followed up with a tweet featuring the same photo.


Floyd Mayweather, 45 years young, knocks out MMA star Mikuru Asakura


The unbeaten Hall of Famer knocked out Mikuru Asakura in the second round of a scheduled three-round exhibition on the Rizin 38 card in Saitama, Japan.

The 30-year-old Japanese mixed martial artist was game and had his moments, landing a few eye-catching punches.

However, no MMA fighter has the boxing skills to compete on an even level with one of the greatest practitioners of the sweet science, even one who’s in his mid-40s.

Monday, September 19, 2022

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - What's Trending

 San Francisco 49ers QB Trey Lance has season-ending surgery to repair two injuries to ankle


After suffering a season-ending right ankle injury in Sunday's 27-7 win over the Seattle SeahawksSan Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance is already on the road to recovery.

The Niners and Lance announced Monday that the quarterback had "successful surgery on his injured right ankle."

The procedure took place Monday morning at Stanford Hospital and, according to a statement from the team, repaired two injuries to Lance's ankle: "a fibula fracture and ligament disruption."

Soon after the operation to repair his broken ankle, Lance took to social media to offer some insight into how he is feeling. In one tweet, Lance posted himself laying in a hospital bed with his right ankle in a cast and a smile on his face.

The caption reads: "I truly appreciate all of the messages and prayers. Surgery was a success and I am ready to attack this rehab process. We will never understand why, but I trust that it's all a part of His plan. I will be back better than ever. This chapter is going to make the story even greater!"


Tiffany Haddish Reaches Settlement With Accusers: 


It seems clear that Tiffany Haddish would like to put this case behind her and according to a new report, there may be an end in sight. Haddish has been subjected to public scrutiny along with fellow comedian Aries Spears after they were named in a lawsuit. Two siblings took the actors to court after alleging that when they were minors, seven and 14 years old, they starred in separate comedy skits that they claim were inappropriate. One of the videos resurfaced online that showed Spears portraying a pedophile as he lusted after the seven-year-old boy.

The outlet reported that Haddish and her accusers "worked out the deal privately," adding that they have also "blocked the public from seeing the original complaint." It was said to have been Haddish's decision to take this to federal court where documents were sealed due to "several photographs of a minor John in an undressed state."

In court documents, the siblings recognized that Haddish was friends with their mother and alleged that Haddish would say she was taking the kids to auditions when "in reality she was having them film skits that were sexually inappropriate."

Details regarding the purported settlement have not been shared. It is unclear how this would affect Spears. Neither Haddish nor Spears has spoken about this report at the time of this publication.


Don Cheadle Says Armor Wars Will Be True to its Comic Book Lore



The series will begin filming next year and will be set after Secret Invasion, which will star Don Cheadle in a prominent role.

When Kevin Feige took to the stage and revealed the entire Phase Five lineup at San Diego Comic-Con, it excited fans with the utmost hype. The announcements of Daredevil: Born AgainThunderboltsCaptain America: New World Order, and new Avengers movies made highlights, but among them, an important project got no mention. When Marvel’s Disney+ original, Armor Wars, was skipped at SDCC, rumors spread that the show was possibly canceled or indefinitely put on hold.

But at D23, Kevin Feige pulled the curtains off the show’s status. Armor Wars will begin filming next year after post-production work on Secret Invasion is completed. Armor Wars will bring to life Tony Stark’s worst fear — his tech getting into the wrong hands. And with him gone, it would be up to his best friend and aide to ensure that Iron Man’s legacy isn’t tarnished.






Sunday, September 18, 2022

The Le'Nalors Event Update - Maxwell and FantasĂ­a Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, FL, US

 



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Hard Rock Live

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23 upcoming concertsCapacity: 7,000

Additional details

Price: US $66.00 – US $166.00

Doors open: 8:00 pm

Thursday, September 8, 2022

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - Dwayne Johnson Brings ‘Black Adam’ Trailer 2


 Dwayne Johnson touched down at SoFi Stadium Thursday night, with the actor bringing the new trailer for Black Adam to the Los Angeles Rams-Buffalo Bills game. The fresh look at the DC film also aired on NBC’s broadcast of Thursday Night Football.

Black Adam is a little more than a month away from its Oct. 21 release date and Johnson is ramping up promotional duties after taking the film to San Diego Comic-Con in July, where he appeared to hover above the 6,500-strong crowd. 

Black Adam is Johnson’s first foray into the superhero realm, with the actor developing the project for more than a decade. It features an assortment of heroes, including Hawkman (Aldis Hodge), Cyclone (Quintessa Swindell), Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo) and Dr. Fate (Pierce Brosnan).



Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Our Brand New " Nation Le'Nalors Honor Club " Tee





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Tuesday, September 6, 2022

The Le'Nalors Event Update - ONYX Live in Fort Lauderdale


 

ONYX Live in Fort Lauderdale

Munchies Pizza Club, Fort Lauderdale, FL 
Fri Sep 16 at 9:00pm EDT
Ages 21 & over
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Doors open at 9:00PM