Romeo who used to be called Lil’ Romeo is all grown up now. He hit up the Pasadena Civic Auditorium for a UNCF tribute to Lionel Richie. Romeo and his father graciously stopped making music a while back which was a blessing for hip-hop fans everywhere. Ladies if Romeo was a homie from around the way and had need of the digits, could he get them and dinner? Check out Regina King, Rochelle Aytes, Dawnn Lewis, Shemar Moore, Chrisette Michele, Terrence Howard, Barry Bonds, Akon and more when you Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for the ‘Barry Bonds’ Category
Posted by Media Outrage on September 14, 2009
Posted by Media Outrage on July 21, 2009
Barry Bonds must have applied his on-field strategy to his flailing marriage, and started knocking it out the park! Liz Bonds is asking the judge to scratch the divorce. She all-of-a-sudden wants to remain married to Bonds. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on June 9, 2009
Barry Bonds’ wife Liz is filing for divorce after 11 years of marriage. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on March 4, 2008
Barry Bonds and his beautiful family came out for the “College Road Trip” premiere at the El Capitan theatre in L.A. last night. Definitely a nice looking family.
Posted by Media Outrage on January 29, 2008
Martin Lawrence, Mo’Nique, Mike Epps, Ced, Michael Clarke Duncan, Boris Kodjoe his wife Nicole Ari Parker, Barry Bonds and more came out last night for the premiere of “Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins”. Martin, Ced, and Mo’Nique were on Oprah yesterday and Mo’Nique shared a moving story about how she met Oprah when she was a broadcaster on Baltimore TV and Mo was still a little girl and she told Oprah she wanted to be just like her and Oprah told her it will take a lot of hard work.
Posted by Media Outrage on November 15, 2007
Barry Bonds was indicted Thursday for perjury and obstruction of justice, charged with lying when he told a federal grand jury that he did not knowingly use performance-enhancing drugs.
The indictment unsealed Thursday against baseball’s home-run king culminated a four-year investigation into steroid use by elite athletes.
“During the criminal investigation, evidence was obtained including positive tests for the presence of anabolic steroids and other performance enhancing substances for Bonds and other athletes,” the indictment read.
n August, the 43-year-old Bonds passed Hank Aaron to become baseball’s career home run leader. Late in the season, the The San Francisco Giants told the seven-time National League MVP they didn’t want him back next year. He is currently a free agent.
While Bonds was chasing Aaron, the grand jury was working behind closed doors to complete the long-rumored indictment.
“I’m surprised,” said John Burris, one of Bonds’ attorneys, “but there’s been an effort to get Barry for a long time. “I’m curious what evidence they have now they didn’t have before.”
The indictment charged Bonds with lying when he said that he didn’t knowingly take steroids given to him by his personal trainer, Greg Anderson. He also denied taking steroids at anytime in 2001 when he was pursuing the season home-run record.
He is also charged with lying that Anderson never injected him with steroids.
“Greg wouldn’t do that,” Bonds testified in December 2003 when asked if Anderson ever gave him any drugs that needed to be injected. “He knows I’m against that stuff.”
Posted by Media Outrage on September 14, 2007
Matt Murphy is the lucky guy who caught the 756 homerun ball that Barry Bonds hit to surpass Hank Aaron’s record. Now of course like any other owner of historical sports memorabilia he is auctioning it off to get Paaaaaiiiiiiiid!!!
Already Murphy’s ball stands at a price of $260,555. Murphy is hoping to sell it for at least $500,000 but would definitely settle for a record $3million the same price that Mark McGuire’s 70th home run ball went for in 1998.
How is Murphy dealing with the drama of auctioning off his record ball???
“I’ve been playing it off like it’s nothing,” Murphy says. “How? I have no idea. In my mind, I’m doing cartwheels.”