Fugees Member Pras Found Guilty of Conspiracy

Pras Michél, a rapper and member of the acclaimed hip-hop group the Fugees, has been found guilty on 10 criminal counts of international conspiracy. His attorney David Kenner shared, "We are extremely disappointed in that result but are very, very confident in the ultimate outcome of this case. If we do move to a sentencing hearing I remain very confident we will certainly appeal this case. This is not over.”

This news comes after the rapper admitted to being an FBI informant during his month-long trial for involvement in a money laundering scheme, Michél shared that he met with FBI officials multiple times to alert them about the Chinese government's plans to extradite Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui. Pras currently faces 11 charges, including conspiracy, witness tampering and more. He could serve up to 22 years in jail.

Victim in Jonathan Majors Case Allegedly Seen on Video at a Club After the Alleged Battery Incident

Over the weekend, an alleged video was released that showed the victim attending Loosie’s Night Nightclub, located at the Moxy Hotel in Manhattan, New York. In the alleged clip, the victim can be seen with friends ordering a drink before ducking behind the DJ booth. Majors’ lawyer Priya Chaudhry released screenshots of this video in an effort to support the actor's claims of innocence.

Olympian Tara Davis-Woodhall Stripped of Title

Olympic long jumper Tara Davis-Woodhall has been stripped of her national title after testing positive for THC in her bloodstream. As a result, the 23-year-old was suspended for one month for cannabis usage and required to fulfill a substance abuse program. She recently won the USA Track & Field title during the USATF Indoor Championships in February.

Katherine Jackson Testifies in Battle for Michael Jackson's Estate

Katherine Jackson, the matriarch of the notorious Jackson family, is taking to the stand to testify on behalf of her late son Michael Jackson. She is seeking to terminate a proposal led by the estate's executors John Branca and John McClain. Last month, she motioned to seal away "sensitive information regarding Ms. Jackson’s family and private life" that the deal threatens to expose. She also recently resigned from her guardianship of Michael's youngest son Blanket.

NBA Player Kawhi Leonard's Sister Sentenced to Life Imprisonment

Los Angeles Clippers star player Kawhi Leonard's sister Kimesha Williams has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering an elderly woman. Williams along with Candace Townsell robbed and killed 84-year-old Afaf Assad at a casino in California. In February, they were both found guilty of first-degree murder and elder abuse.

Facebook Watch's Red Table Talk Cancelled

It was announced today that the popular Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk was cancelled. This cancellation comes as Facebook Watch cancelled all of its original series. Red Table Talk issued a statement across platforms and their intent to find a new home. Since the show's inception, it has fostered meaningful conversations with thought leaders, celebrities and those impacted by serious situations to encourage broad dialogue.

Carrie Mae Weems Celebrated at 12th Annual Artists Ball

Last night, acclaimed photographer Carrie Mae Weems was honored at the Brooklyn Museum's 12th Annual Artists Ball. Chaired by artist Mickalene Thomas who organized the museum's Beaux-Arts Court, the Ball was lead sponsored by Dior who helped to make the event possible. "The history of omissions, oversights, persistence…that I find myself standing on this stage. I think that all work takes an enormous amount of perseverance and time and understanding," shared Weems in her speech. After the event, Swizz Beats DJ'ed an after party to celebrate the evening which was hosted by the Young Leadership Council of the Brooklyn Museum.