(Getty Images) Well here's something you probably never expected to hear in your lifetime: George Zimmerman, the man (in)famous for being acquitted after shooting a 17-year-old, will get in a boxing ring with DMX, the rapper whose rap sheet is longer than his discography.This bizarro-world matchup comes from boxing promoter Damon Feldman, who's using the bout to reinvigorate his "Celebrity Boxing" brand, which once included such famous fights as Tanya Harding vs. Waitress and Octo-Mom vs. Amy...Read Full Story
George Zimmerman could be in trouble once more. He has been questioned by police after an alleged domestic violence incident today, involving his soon-to-be ex-wife Shellie Zimmerman and her father, according to ABC.
"There was some kind of a domestic, we know that with his wife and father-in-law. Apparently there were some weapons involved and threats," the deputy police chief in Lake Mary told the outlet.
So far, Zimmerman has not been charged with any crime. Mrs. Zimmerman announced her...Read Full Story
George Zimmerman looks like he could be heading back to court — but this time a court of the divorce variety. ABC reports his wife Shellie Zimmerman has filed to end their marriage. According to docs, they "separated on Aug. 13, 2013 and are not presently cohabiting as husband and wife. The marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken." In interview last month that she was thinking about leaving him. They apparently had problems before the Trayvon Martin shooting and now that the...Read Full Story
(VEVO)Listen up, world: There are way more important things to worry about than Miley Cyrus' latest music video, says Miley Cyrus. The ex-Disney star grabbed a glut of headlines last month with her raunch-tastic music video for "We Can't Stop," which has her twerking with her tongue out and dry humping furniture. But in a new interview with the Daily Mail, Cyrus insisted that the video was way tamer than she would have liked — and managed to express her frustration with a tasteless analogy...Read Full Story
In the days since a Florida jury acquitted George Zimmerman in the shooting of Trayvon Martin, a number of artists have voiced their anger and disapproval over the trial's outcome. Shortly after the verdict was announced, Beyoncé held a moment of silence for the slain 17-year-old during her concert at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. The following evening, the legendary Stevie Wonder informed a Quebec, Canada crowd that he'd be avoiding the entire state of Florida on upcoming tours."I decided...Read Full Story