Karrueche and Chris Brown Hangs out at Jas Prince House for Gumbo Party?
After Chris threw up the deuces to Karrueche for Rihanna, (who Chris dedicated the deuces song to?) he decided I’m hungry and she hungry, so lets attend a function together, even though I just broke your heart ? According to Global Grind the ‘former’ couple stopped by Christina Milian’s boyfriend Jas Prince’s crib for some gumbo. I would have poured my second serving of gumbo on his a*s cause he did look amazing.. Based on Jas Prince tweet things went well and everybody was eating good!!:
#gumboofdayear @itsv0n @CMilianOfficial @chrisbrown @SeanKingston @Bighoodboss @KidRED_ @YoungLo @karrueche @lizziefmorris and many more
But if it was me it would have forsure been a code red situation, I’m just saying…
The Princess of the A is back to her old tricks the singer tweeted a pics of herself in the studio laying down track. It seem like Epic is not wasting no time getting Ciara back to top of the chart where she belong. The record label sit up a writing section for the singer and all. I can’t wait for Ciara to slay 2012 she’s a hard-worker and every talented sorry Rihanna your is time is about to run out
Beloved Mexican film and television actress Maria Elena Velasco, better known as “La India Maria,” died on Friday. She was 74. Velasco appeared in dozens of films and television series over a career that spanned more than four decades. She is best known as La India Maria, a slapstick comedy character based on a stereotypical Mexican indigenous woman.
Her last film was La hija del Moctezuma (Moctezuma’s Daughter), an adventure comedy in which a bumbling India Maria must save Mexico from destruction. Velasco’s son, Ivan Lipkies, directed the movie, which marked the return of La India Maria to the big screen after a 15-year absence.
Other credits include the action-comedy El coyote emplumado (The Plumed Coyote) and the family comedy La comadrita (The Godmother), done during the height of Velasco’s career in the ’70s and ’80s. Velasco also wrote and produced for television and film.
State-run film institute Imcine confirmed news of Velasco’s death on Twitter. Local news outlets previously reported that she had been battling stomach cancer, however Imcine did not specify the cause of death.