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Destiny’s Child staged a surprise reunion at the 30th annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards Saturday night as Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams appeared together at Las Vegas’ Orleans Arena to perform Williams’ “Say Yes.” Beyoncé and Rowland previously collaborated on the studio version of Williams’ single, an EDM-inspired reimagining of the Nigerian gospel song “When Jesus Says Yes.”
“Say Yes” was nominated for three awards at the Stellar ceremony: Urban/Inspiration Single of the Year, Music Video of the Year and Song of the Year, with Williams picking up an extra nod in the Female Vocalist of the Year category for her gospel album Journey to Freedom. When the “Say Yes” single first arrived in May 2014 – although it was credited to “Michelle Williams featuring Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland” and not Destiny’s Child – it marked the first time the “Bills, Bills, Bills” trio had reunited since Beyoncé’s Super Bowl XLVII halftime show performance in February 2013.
According to Williams, the Destiny’s Child reunion on “Say Yes” happened accidentally. “They received an advance copy of the album and called, saying, ‘We love “When Jesus Says Yes”… there has to be a Destiny’s Child mix of the song,'” Williams said at the time. “Kelly did it and Beyoncé got right in the studio and did her part. I kept it a secret because I didn’t want anyone to know until it was time.”
Williams, Beyoncé and Rowland also filmed a “Say Yes” music video together. “It was so much fun. It was like we were little kids again,” Williams said of working on the video with Beyoncé and Rowland. “I have their back and they have mine. They have showed themselves to be loyal to me time after time. They have proven they are my sisters time and time again.”
Neither Williams nor Destiny’s Child were listed among the performers scheduled to appear at the Stellar Awards. Since the ceremony won’t air until April 5th – it’s currently scheduled to broadcast on TV One on Easter Sunday – high-quality video of the Destiny’s Child “Say Yes” reunion has yet to emerge, but you can watch crowd-shot Instagram snippets of the performance below:
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Fifteen years ago, Hugh Jackman took on what has become the biggest role of his career as “Wolverine” in 2000′s X-Men film. Seven on-screen appearances as the claw-bearing anti-hero later, Jackman is now hinting that he will be sheathing the claws following the upcoming third Wolverine solo film.
In a photo Jackman posted on Instagram earlier today he revealed that production for the upcoming sequel to 2013′s The Wolverine is underway, showing a his hands with “three” of his Wolverine claws extended. The caption reads “WOLVERINE …ONE LAST TIME. HJ”.
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Last year’s X-Men: Days of Future Past film was the last time Jackman appeared as the character. The sequel, X-Men: Apocalypse, is slated for release on May 27, 2016 with franchise mainstays James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence set to make their return. Newcomers to the series will include Alexandra Shipp, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, and Kodi Smit-McPheewill join the franchise veterans as younger versions of “Storm”, “Jean Grey”, “Cyclops” and “Nightcrawler” respectively. Jackman has yet to be confirmed for the film.
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Kevin Gates has a bone to pick with President Obama. The controversial rapper recently took to Instagram to air out his grievances with the Commander In Chief. Following a Rest In Peace post dedicated to one his friends who recently died, Gates went in on Obama somehow holding him accountable for the frequency of the recent deaths of his homeboys. “Niggas so stupid, talking ’bout a change gon’ come.” he said into the camera. “[Since] Obama been in office I done buried more of my niggas and more family than I ever did in my life. All he did was fuck a nigga money up since he been in office. Please get this nigga out of office.” he added.
After his logic was questioned by many people in the comments section, the “I Don’t Get Tired” rapper further clarified himself in a later post. “No money in the streets means, beef, war in the streets, murder,” he said. “Mothers bury they children. The crime rate rise.”
Gates is no stranger to controversial IG posts. He recently caused a stir on the Internet by posting a photo of his deceased grandmother. So this is pretty on par for the course when it comes to the Baton Rouge rapper. Does Gates have a point? Or is he just talking reckless out of anger over the pain of losing people who are close to him?
Immortal Technique was recently arrested in California after he allegedly roughed up and robbed a street vendor who was bootlegging shirts that contained the rapper’s logo, according to reports from AllHipHop. The rapper’s tour manager Steven Alexander McDaniel was also taken into custody. The two were charged with suspicion of robbery and attempting to prevent or dissuade a victim from reporting a crime.
The incident apparently occurred Thursday (March 26) outside of a concert in Santa Ana where Tech was slated to perform along with Talib Kweli. According to a statement made by the vendor to the police, he was approached by 10 to 12 individuals associated with the MC, known for his socially conscious raps, around 7:45 pm. That’s when things got violent, according to the unnamed merchant. He alleges the group took shirts he was selling that had Technique’s logo printed on them. He also claims some cash and a cell phone were taken during the melee.
Immortal Technique and his manager were released on Friday (March 27) after posting $50,000 bail. In high spirits following the incident, Tech took to Twitter to announce he would make an official statement on the matter in due time. He also thanked those who showed their support.
Check out his statement, below.
Recently my name has been thrown around and I appreciate the calls from friends, family and global supporters. I am going to take the