Justin Bieber Tour Bus Stopped, Driver Cited For Drug Possession.
One of the tour buses used on Justin Bieber's tour was stopped and cited for the presence of drugs, including drug paraphernalia and a small amount of marijuana, Sunday night. According to the Detroit Free Press, U.S. Customs and Border protection confirms that the bus was stopped Sunday as it attempted to enter the U.S. on the Ambassador Bridge, coming from Windsor, Canada. Justin Bieber was not on the bus at the time and went on to perform at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. The bus driver was cited and the bus was allowed to continue its scheduled trek without any further incident.
Kanye West 'sent prince clothes.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have reportedly sent the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a gift for their newborn son.
The British royal couple welcomed their first baby, HRH Prince George Alexander Louis, into the world in a London hospital on July 22. According to UK newspaper The Sun, Kanye and Kim, who recently welcomed a child of their own, were keen to congratulate the couple. Apparently they sent Catherine and William clothes for the newborn prince that reflect Kanye's style. "They sent William and Kate mini versions of Kanye's clobber, including skinny jeans and hoodies," the outlet reports. It's unknown how well the royal couple received the reported gift. "It depends if the Cambridges want to dress him in it," a source said of whether they will acknowledge the offering. The Duke and Duchess are currently enjoying their first weeks of parenthood out of the spotlight, after introducing their son to the world last week.
Beyoncé's Rep Responds To Delay of Fifth Album
The saying "perfection takes time" might be one Beyoncé is sticking by for album No. 5. At the top of the year, Blue Ivy Carter's mom had the BeyHive (and just about everyone else) itching for new music. Months later, Queen Bey has dropped a few records ("Grown Woman," "Standing on the Sun" and "Bow Down"), posted shots from the studio, collaborated with Jay Z and The-Dream for their albums, but has yet to announce details behind her own.
The mystery led MTV News to ask "What's Going on With Beyonce's Album?" after a Hollywood Reporter article claimed she scrapped 50 songs and put the album behind schedule. A rep, however, denied the rumor, telling the Huffington Post that no release date had been set for the project, No matter how slow she takes things musically, the year has shown the power of Beyoncé. Aside from singing at the presidential inauguration and headlining the Super Bowl halftime show, she inked multi-million dollar endorsements with H&M and Pepsi, both of which made for cross-promotional efforts by fusing two of the three aforementioned singles within their ads. For now, all that's publicly knows is the album will be out this year, potentially led by "Bow Down."