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Bad news for The Hump, because he missed some flights, he is going to be late for his divorce hearing with Kim Kardashian. Good news for The Hump, is the hearing is in LA, where the judicial system seems to favor celebrities, so I am sure they will wait or reschedule.
The Hump, according to TMZ wants $7 Million and Kim Kardashian to agree to an annulment, for him to walk away from the marriage, if he doesn’t get that, he is going to drag it out, for as long as possible.
The whole thing is ridiculous, Kim Kardashian is about to have a baby by another man, while technically, married to someone who she was only with for 72 days, is something you would expect to see on a Lifetime movie.
Knowing the Kardashians. they will probably sell the story to Lifetime.
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Jay-Z's latest track, "Open Letter," addresses his ownership stake in the Brooklyn Nets and is directed at all the "haters" and "dweebs."
A Los Angeles judge may fine Brooklyn Nets forward Kris Humphries after he didn’t show up for his mandatory divorce hearing to try to settle his case with his estranged wife — reality show star Kim Kardashian.
Humphries was on the court instead of in it — practicing for Friday night’s game against the Indiana Pacers. The Pacers won 117-109.
Jay-Z comments on buying and selling his portion of the Brooklyn Nets in his new song titled “Open Letter,” released Thursday April 11. The business side of Hov assures the haters that he’s making a smart financial move and though he’s leaving the team he helped brand - Jay implies his allegiance still stands with the Nets; he’s keeping his seat.
According to the lyrics...
The infusion of hip-hop in sports was ramped up when Jay Z took an active role in the branding of the Brooklyn Nets. Jay Z’s influence is felt all throughout Barclays Center. From the look, to the music played in the arena, even the in-arena club is a Jay branded product, “The 40-40 Club.” So what happens when the minority owner goes back to his rap roots to address him selling...
You stay around long enough, your bound to get dunked on
The Brooklyn Nets' first playoff appearance since 2007 will be at home. That's still not good enough for them.
Brooklyn continues its push for the third seed in the Eastern Conference - and goes for its first season sweep of the Toronto Raptors in a decade - in Sunday's road finale.
After opening its three-game trip Wednesday with a 101-93 victory over Boston, the Nets...
LOOK OUT, young fella! Dunkers in the building!
You know how you were always taught to force your man middle? This is a great example of how that fails to work. Brandon Bass blows by Reggie Evans and into the lane, which generally isn’t a bad thing for the defense, but a late rotation by Brook Lopez, who looked as if he had no idea that Bass could dunk, results in Brook paying...
A Los Angeles judge has approved a divorce settlement between Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries.
Details of the agreement were not disclosed in a brief court hearing Friday, but the judge said he felt that settlement talks had led to resolution.
The divorce will become final once papers are prepared and signed by the parties.
Kardashian appeared with her lawyer and said she understood...
The Celtics lost an ugly game against the Brooklyn Nets 101-93, but before the final buzzer went off, Kevin Garnett took it upon himself to let Kris Humphries know Boston does not care for him much.
With just under nine minutes left in the fourth quarter there was a loose ball. Both Garnett and Humphries went for the ball and Humphries clearly had it. Garnett took the opportunity...