One of the women who brawled at a Memorial Day party hosted by Drakeis being sought for her role in assaulting another female during a wild fight. According to reports, police have issued an arrest warrant for Denaysha Coleman and seek to charge her with two misdemeanors for assault and battery. Police are still looking for Coleman, who faces up to 18 months in jail if she’s convicted on all the charges stacked against her.
A Tribe Called Quest honored rapper Phife Dawg yesterday (November 19) when 192nd and Linden Boulevard in Saint Albans, Queens, was officially named after the late rapper. The honorable Councilman I. Daneek Miller of District 27 presided of the renaming ceremony and unveiled the street’s new name, which is called Malik “Phife Dawg” Taylor Way in honor of Phife, who passed away earlier this year after a lengthy battle with diabetes.
Justin Combs will host his 1st annual “CombsGiving” free community Thanksgiving dinner and block festival this Tuesday (November 22) in Los Angeles. Justin, who the son of business mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, will assemble his celebrity friends to help him serve up dinner for over 300 families and homeless youth from several area non-profits, including the Los Angeles Youth Network, Jovenes Inc foundation., L.A. Trade Tech Guardian Scholars Program and the LA’s Best foundation. In addition to catered food provided by Food Haus Cafe, the event will feature carnival games, rides, prizes, haircuts, talent show, music performance, petting zoo and more. Confirmed celebrities to serve up the food includeAngus Jones, Anthony Anderson, Keke Palmer, Gregg Sulkin, Serayah, Pooch Hall, Rio Mangini, Liane V, Don Benjamin, Masiela Lusha, Brandi Boyd, Trevor Jackson and more. Attendees will also see a performance by boy band New District, while Radio Disney teen DJ Lela Brown will handle the music.