That’s So Raven reboot releases trailer

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Raven-Symoné’s return to Disney is almost here and her new spin-off has released its official trailer plus clips for “Raven’s Home.”

Last fall when Symoné announced on ABC’s “The View” that she’d be leaving the talk show she said it was to return to her role as Raven Baxter, from the original Disney hit “That’s So Raven” that ran from 2003-2007. In her return, she will be reunited with Anneliese van der Pol who played Baxter’s best friend Chelsea Daniels in “That’s So Raven.”

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The two actresses have been getting buzz Friday on social media on “National Best Friends Day.”

The two will be accompanied with a new cast in this spin-off where Baxter and Daniels will be single parents raising their kids together in one house. The two divorced mothers not only raise their kids together, they find out Baxter’s son Booker has inherited psychic abilities just like his mother.

“Can’t wait for you [to] meet my new fam on July 21st! 💜 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 #RavensHome #ThatsSoRavenSpinoff,” Symoné posted on Twitter.

Disney has released an exclusive trailer and sneak peaks for “Raven’s Home.” Those who would like to get caught up on the original, Disney’s app has all 100 episodes from “That’s So Raven” ready to watch.

“Raven’s Home” will premiere Friday, July 21 on Disney.

By Gino Terrell

Click here, to read and watch “That’s So Raven” cast reunite on “The View” and why Orlando Brown will not be returning will the cast on the reboot.

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Jeff Van Gundy: NBA analysts owe Khloé Kardashian an apology, Twitter responds

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During game four of the NBA Finals commentator Jeff Van Gundy said Kardashian shaming has to stop.

Van Gundy said this in response to critics who have linked Cavaliers starting center Tristan Thompson’s poor NBA Finals play to him dating Khloé Kardashian. Past players such as the NFL’s Reggie Bush or NBA player Kris Humphries have suffered from poor play while being in a relationship with Kim Kardashian, and Lamar Odom eventually went on a downward spiral and an early exit from the NBA when he was in a relationship with Khloé. This has been called the “Kardashian curse.”

During the live broadcast of the NBA Finals Game Four, Van Gundy says critics suggesting Thompson is going through the “Kardashian curse” owe that family an appology. Twitter responded.

By Gino Terrell


Ice Cube releases new music video, “Good Cop, Bad Cop”

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Ice Cube drops “Good Cop, Bad Cop” music video on the 25-year anniversary of  his “Death Certificate” album.

Ice Cube’s new video is about police brutality and the relationship between good cops and bad cops. Celebrating the “Death Certificate” anniversary, his second studio album, he’s come out with two other tracks Friday plus his celebrated album is being re-released. And you know who has a copy.

Ice Cube has been busy this year. Earlier in February he starred in the film Fist Fight, he’s founded the BIG3 basketball league that will play its inaugural game June 25 in Brooklyn and he’s still creating music.

By Gino Terrell

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Ryan twins tag team in Nashville bar fight

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Twin brothers and former NFL coaches Rex and Rob Ryan tag team in Nashville bar fight, TMZ reports.

Down in Nashville the Ryan brothers shared a table with two men, talking until eventually the Ryan brothers were set off. Matt Havel and an unidentified man were the ones at the table taking the punishment from the Ryan’s. Havel is said to accuse both brothers of simple assault via police report, according to TMZ.

Rex is a former head coach for the New York Jets (2009-14), who took the to the AFC Championship game back-to-back years in 2009-10, and Buffalo Bills for two years before being fired after last season. He’s currently signed on a contract to be a football analysts for ESPN.

Rob is a former longtime NFL defensive coordinator who last coached alongside his brother last season in Buffalo, before getting fired before the final game in 2016.

Rex and Rob are the sons of the famous Buddy Ryan, the creator of the 46 defense that led the ’85 Bears to win Super Bowl XX.

By Gino Terrell

Read about Rex Ryan’s new NFL gig this upcoming 2017 season. Plus, read about the time Darrelle Revis, Rex’s former best player, got into an altercation with two men in Pittsburgh.


Cavaliers JR Smith deletes confident NBA Finals comeback tweet

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Golden State Warriors’ Kevin Durant took a three point shot in the final minute of the 2017 NBA Finals that’s taken control of the series.

In game three of the NBA Finals the Cleveland Cavaliers blew a late lead on their home court. Durant’s go-ahead shot in the final minute of the showdown helped the Warriors seal the deal, 118-113, to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the NBA Finals Thursday. The franchise has won a record 15-straight postseason games and is within one win from being the first ever NBA team to go unbeaten in the post season.

After the game Cavaliers shooting guard made a bold prediction on Twitter.

“Cavs in 7,” JR Smith posted on Twitter. He later claimed that he was in the shower, away from the phone when his verified Twitter account posted this. Although this came from his account, Smith claims to have never posted that message.

Cavaliers were the first ever NBA team to comeback and win an NBA Finals after being down 1-3 in 2016. After facing an elimination game in game four Friday, the Cavaliers won 137-116. They now find themselves down 3-1, this years Warriors presents a much greater challenge with the addition of the 2014 NBA MVP in Durant. If the Cavaliers were to successfully overcome this 0-3 deficit, this would be the greatest comeback in NBA history.

Smith is in good company playing with the best player in the world who pulled off the biggest comeback last year. With an even bigger comeback ahead of him in 2017, LeBron “King” James could pull off another, more epic comeback that would put him right back in the conversation of the being NBA’s G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All Time), over Michael Jeffrey Jordan.

“I’m chasing the ghost,” James said after last seasons NBA Finals win.

By Gino Terrell

Read how LeBron James overcame the odds last season.

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Raven Hart: “I was made for this line of work”

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She hasn’t even been a porn star for a year and she’s already making a name for herself.

Raven Hart, the MILF next door, has been involved in the adult industry as a web cam girl, professional dominatrix and a stripper. After recently making the leap to join the porn industry, it seems to be a perfect fit for the new MILF on the block who said she “was made for this line of work” in an exclusive email interview with Hidden Valley Culture.

What inspired you to recently join the porn industry?

Raven Hart: “I have always had a curiosity about it and finally decided that it was now or never!”


How was shooting your first porn scene?

R.H.: “My first scene was for Brazzers in Las Vegas. It was also an anal scene. I had no idea what to expect.

“It was a lot of fun and my co-star Jesse Jones made the experience very easy.”


Has being a porn star made you more recognizable, now that you are the new MILF on the block?

R.H.: “I have been noticed by a couple people.”

Read why porn star Karen Fisher says “dating is impossible” being a porn star.

Were you always a wild child?

R.H.: “Yes, but only with my sexuality. I went boy crazy at a young age and was exposed to BDSM and the fetish community at 18. I have always been very open and a free spirit sexually.”

What in particular do you like about being a professional dominatrix?

R.H.: “I am not seeing as many clients these days. My favorite parts include the wardrobe and power exchange.”

You have been a professional stripper, webcam girl, dominatrix and porn star. What’s your favorite gig of all?

R.H.: “My favorite gig is definitely porn star. I wasn’t sure if I’d love or not but I realized quickly, I was made for this line of work. I feel like it’s just a progression of everything else I’ve done but with actual sex!! Not a bad thing as far as I’m concerned!”


What are your favorite porn scenes to shoot?

R.H.: “I love gonzo scenes because you can just go with the flow, instead of having to hit the exact positions, angles, etc. I do enjoy role-play, as well.”

Porn Star Holly Halston says she only did porn for her children, read more here.

Any rituals before a shoot?

R.H.: “A basic hygiene routine. I do like to get a spray tan the night before a shoot.”


When you first joined the adult industry was it for money or sexual liberation?

R.H.: “It was for fun and money. Sexual liberation is not something I needed or was searching for. I was already comfortable with my sexuality.”


Happy Birthday as your B-Day bash was last month. Anything wild happen?

R.H.: “Thank you! It was a blast! I got to meet the lovely Alana Evans and many other stars. We all dance and got wild!”


Where can fans see more of you?

R.H.: “My fans can find me on twitter, Instagram and onlyfans @missravenhart

“I also have a store:

“And, I currently have movies and scenes out with: Jules Jordan, Evil Angel, Cherry Pimps, Devils Films, Brazzers, Zero Tolerance, Naughty America, etc. I also have a scene coming out soon with Dogfart and Elegant angel.”


When stretching pregame goes wrong… uh this maybe going too far

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In Major League Baseball players like to get loose before a game and sometimes it involves stretching, but in one case a spectator says it has gone too far.

A Houston Astros baseball player was caught on camera getting stretched before a ball game hosted by the Minnesota Twins at Target Field in Minneapolis May 31. The stretching position between the athlete and his trainer is boardering into inappropriate a spectator questioned on Twitter.


What the heck is going on with #BaseBall these days? @Twins @astros @stephenasmith @MLBNetwork Now I like a good show but this is too much!” Tawana Terrell tweeted.

Foul or fair? Do you think this stretching position is a little more than a stretching position, one that should not be performed before a public family event like a baseball game?


By Gino Terrell


Albert Pujols gets home run 600

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He’s now Mr. 600.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim first baseman Albert Pujols just made history with a big swing against Twins ace Ervin Santana, also a former Angel. With bases loaded in the fourth inning Pujols swung for the fences to become the ninth player in Major League Baseball history to hit 600 home runs Saturday.

Earlier this week, Wednesday, Pujols surpassed Babe Ruth on the all-time list for hits.

By Gino Terrell


Twins first triple play in a decade, rally in final inning

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Minnesota Twins turn their first triple play in 11 years in 4-2 win versus Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Snapping a four game losing streak and extending their road record to 15-5 is what the Twins did Thursday, June 1. A big contributor to this turn around was Twins third baseman Miguel Sano who hit a home run in the second inning and initiated the Twins first triple play since May 27, 2006.

Sano returned to play after sitting the last two games due to a stomach virus.

Top of the ninth inning with one out Twins were down 2-1. Jorge Polanco hit an infield pop fly that somehow didn’t get caught helping him reach first base. Eddie Rosario hit a double to left field, advancing Polanco to third base. When Twins called Eduardo Escobar to pinch hit for center fielder Byron Buxton he was intentionally walked.

Catcher Jason Castro hit a 2 RBI single over the Angels third baseman to put the Twins up 3-2. After Joe Mauer was walked with bases loaded the Twins added one more run and closed the game out in the bottom of the ninth on defense, winning 4-2.

The win lifts the Twins to a 27-23 record keeping them on top of the AL Central by a .002 percent winning percentage over the Cleveland Indians.

By Gino Terrell


Sports media attempts to tarnish reputation of black fathers, Kristine Leahy vs LaVar Ball

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Watch how the media tries to spin a situation to make a black father seem like he’s bad.
LaVar Ball joined “The Herd.” On the show he’s going in knowing that journalist Kristine Leahy said “I would never wear a Big Baller shirt,” and that sports journalist Jason Whitlock has not been a supporting critic of him. He knows what these particular journalist have said about him when he’s not in the studio.
While LaVar was talking the Big Baller Brand host Colin Cowherd asked if he sold any shoes, which cost $495. Yes, a good amount to me, LaVar responded.
“How many,” Leahy interrupted.
If Michael Jordan was on the show do you think Leahy would ask how many pairs of Air Jordan’s he sold? Hearing the question from a journalist whose been critical of the newly found Big Baller Brand sparked this response.
“Stay in your lane,” LaVar said, (for those that don’t know: that’s black for stay out of grown folks business, in this case anyone who doesn’t work for the Big Baller Brand).

If LaVar asked how much Leahy makes each paycheck or how many offers she’s received to work for other networks, wouldn’t that spark her to tell LaVar to stay in his lane? After all that’s an intrusive question.

While the interview went on LaVar told Cowell he’d only speak to him. Leahy asked what his problem with her is, maybe she thought her critical comments about LaVar and his business would somehow be swept under the rug?

“You are a hater, ‘I would never wear a Big Baller shirt’” LaVar cited Leahy’s past comments. “With all due respect you are a great reporter, just not reporting on me.”

He’s acknowledging that Leahy is biased towards him and his brand but still said she’s a great reporter when it comes to other topics.

After he called her out, she tried to clean up her message saying it’s not appealing to women.

On air LaVar threw shade at Whitlock, another critic of the Ball’s family.

“I don’t think he could comment on anything accept for snacks,” LaVar said. When told he was harsh by the host, he replied: “it’s going to be harsh because he’s harsh on me.”

So it’s harsh when LaVar throws a personal shot to a journalists who’s been harsh to him and many other sports figures?

While he was still talking Leahy kept interrupting him when he tried to elaborate on Whitlock. She tried to throw claims out that he was disrespectful and specially against women.

“If you act like that, guess what, something bad is going to happen to you,” LaVar said.

Haven’t you heard of the “golden rule” and karma? Leahy has been in the studio talking down about LaVar and his brand, before his arrival, which would warrant bad karma. Throughout the interview on “The Herd” she continued to push by making accusations suggesting he doesn’t like women, he’s disrespectful and afterwards played victim (seen in video below).

She can lie to the public and say that LaVar has a dark side, will ruin his son’s career and made a serious threat to her, but she knows what she’s doing and by continuing to play victim “something bad will happen to her.”
That’s not LaVar talking, that’s generally how karma works.