Kyrie Irving

We have an update in the Front Page News about toddlers and vaccines, the Georgia elections, and Kyrie Irving losing his deal.

Kyrie Irving’s tweet has put him in the bullseye of cancel culture but the film he referenced is still being streamed on Amazon. As spotted on TMZ the movie the Brooklyn Net was promoting Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America! on social media but he was met with harsh criticism from fans and non fans […] The post Amazon Is Still Streaming The Film Kyrie Irving Tweeted About appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

The Color Purple is a cultural classic, and Chaka Khan shared that she turned down the role of Celie! She explains why in Gary's Tea.

Kyrie Irving Avoids Suspension & Donates $500,000 To Anti-Hate Organizations: "I Take Responsibility"

Kyrie Irving was pretty candid at the Brooklyn Nets Media Day on Monday. He talked about how he handled the “ultimatum” from the organization to take the COVID vaccine. But more so, the 7x All-Star said that his refusal to get vaccinated hurt him financially and jeopardized his career in the league. “I gave up […]

The Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving, era of the Brooklyn Nets is [probably] officially over. On Friday (June 30) afternoon, news broke that the former has formally requested he be traded to another team. Shams Charania of The Athletic first reported that KD had requested he be moved, per his “sources,” which more times […]

Stephen A. Smith's feud with Kyrie Irving has become an entertaining spectacle and it's only going to continue. 

Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving has plenty of free time on his hand after getting swept out of the playoffs by the Boston Celtics and decided to activate his Twitter fingers to call out the "media." Stephen A. Smith had plenty to say about his tweets and called the NBA superstar out.

Today's "Front Page News" is highlighted by what many of you have already been seeing for most of today, which is the terrifying invasion of Ukraine by the Russian military.

Brooklyn Nets part-time superstar Kyrie Irving can finally look forward to playing in front of fans in Barclays Center, thanks to NYC Mayor Eric Adams.