According to celebrityinside.org, Rihanna is rumored to be launching her own underwear line through retailer Tech Style. Although it hasn’t been confirmed, the retailer has a history of working with other celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Kate Hudson. To read more about this story click here.
Under doctor orders, Wendy Williams was advised to get some rest and take a break from hosting her daily talk show. Now it seems as if Wendy has rested and is ready to get back on the saddle. She tweeted that she is returning back to her talk show on March 19th. ‘Hey [MrJerryOC] thanks for being my guest host while I’m out getting some much needed rest. See you all Monday, March 19th! XOX’ Williams tweeted. Williams was diagnosed with Graves disease symptoms and was ordered to get some rest and remain stress free. To read more about this story click here.
While protests aren’t currently visible on the field, they’re in the minds of owners across the league.
The protests that went on in the NFL last season over the oppression faced by people of color in the United States was a topic of discussion all season. While that slowly burned off, it’s not over.
Colin Kaepernick started the protests in 2016, when he first sat for the national anthem during the preseason. He changed his protest to a knee, and it slowly caught on. But in 2017, with Kaepernick unsigned and Donald Trump’s comment calling players who protested “sons of bitches,” an entire new wave started.
While many of the demonstrations weren’t for the same reasons as Kaepernick’s protest, it still raised the issue. It’s also one that could affect free agency, and the NFL draft.
Article Appeared @https://www.sbnation.com/2018/3/6/17085618/nfl-protests-free-agency-2018-draft