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A video Snoop Dogg posted on Instagram recently has gone viral after the hip-hop legend is seen fist bumping Secretary of State John Kerry at the White House. The two met at a party at the White for the 2013 Kennedy Center Honorees. Snoop performed at the party in honor of jazz legend, Herbie Hancock. In the video, Snoop credits Hancock with the creation of hip-hop. The link to the video was also tweeted out by Snoop Dogg citing, “Boss life. me n john kerry at d white house.”
A&E suspended Duck Dynasty cast member, Phil Robertson, may be getting official support in regards to controversial comments he made during an interview with GQ. Republican State Sen. Jerry Fielding says he plans on introducing a symbolic resolution in support of Robertson’s comments to the Alabama State Legislature. The issue will be taken up with the Alabama State Legislature in an effort to support the Robertson family patriarch's First Amendment rights. Fielding however does not support Robertson’s comments regarding African-American’s lack of complaints of mistreatment in the 1960’s.
It’s officially, “Vegas, B***ch,” as the queen of pop, Britney Spears sets up residency at the Planet Hollywood of Las Vegas. Her show opens Friday night for the next two years as well as a boutique selling Britney merchandise. Among the merchandise in the Miracle Mile Shops are t-shirts and mugs that read, “It’s Vegas, B***ch.” The singer has been tweeting rehearsal photos as well as show updates all the way up to the big day.
Target is facing dozens of customer lawsuits after a security breech happening on black Friday through Dec. 15 put their debit card information at risk. Target customers whose pins were stolen are claiming the retail giant was negligent with customer data. Target claims although pin numbers were stolen, they are completely safe because they are still strongly encrypted.