A Parma, Ohio, man was stabbed by his friend just an hour before the New Year rang in 2012 because he learned that songstress Beyonce was married to rapper Jay-Z.
Friends Mark E. Kozelka and Ronald Deavers (pictured below) got into a heated discussion about the marital status of the superstar diva while watching music videos. According to a police report, Deavers, 31, became irrational when Kozelka, 48, broke the news to him that Beyonce was in fact married to Jay-Z.
Parma Police Detective Marty Compton then says Deavers exploded into a rage:
Both males then faced off during the heated argument, Deavers pulled out a knife and stabbed Kozelka in his left side.
Two witnesses, Jennifer Lee Fornari and Anthony Butler, ended up transporting the victim to a local hospital. Detective Compton added that when police were called to the scene and tried to question Fornari about the incident, the woman told them that Deavers was not in the apartment and that he left the premises. According to Detective Compton, the 31-year-old woman allegedly tried to stall police while Deavers climbed out of a rear bedroom window to escape:
The officers heard a disturbance coming from the back of the apartment, went to investigate and saw that the window was open,” said Detective Compton. Officers then tried to take Fornari into custody but she put up a scuffle. Fornari was eventually cuffed and charged with obstruction of justice and resisting arrest.
Deavers was caught wandering not far from the scene of the crime. Police apprehended, arrested, and charged Deavers with felonious assault.
Kozelka, a handyman, received severe lacerations, internal injuries, and underwent surgery. He remains hospitalized and is in stable condition.
Check out the snap shot of the Watch The Throne engraved Rolex watch that Kanye West and Jay-Z presented to the engineers who worked on the album and made the project leak proof.
Hov’s latest venture is a lifestyle website. Jay-Z has launched a new website, lifeandtimes.com.
The site, which derives its name from Jay’s 1999 release, Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter, is a lifestyle page that aims to cover style, leisure, art and design, technology, music, sports, and even has a section called “Jay’s,” which appears to be a place for the multi-platinum rapper to post photos and brief thoughts.
The web page makes its full launch today, closely following the recent release of “Empire State of Mind,” a new Jay-Z biography.
Remember when Sade admitted to turning down collaboration offers from rappers, including Jay-Z? Well, she’s gone back on her word.
Sade will be receiving some help from Jay on the remix of “The Moon and the Sky,” a song that appeared on last year’s Soldier of Love. The revised track, along with two other brand new recordings, will appear on Sade’s 28-track double-disc set The Ultimate Collection.
According to reports, Biggs was among 43 people arrested today in a massive drug sweep spanning from New York to South Florida on Federal drug charges. And then… Continue reading
Jay-Z new dynamic duo album co-starring Kanye West is rumored to be dropping in November. This is the same five song album with Jay that Yeezy promised the world on Twitter nearly a month ago.
“Monster” is supposed to be the single, for which there are already plans to shoot a video for, and the second single should be arriving within the next two weeks. It might also be released on Def Jam, which is a possibility since that’s where Kanye is signed to.
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Hip Hop veteran rapper MC Hammer did not take Jay Z’s recent verse on Kanye West’s track So Appalled (http://www.mediafire.com/?khmolzxjnzi) lightly. //” And Hammer went broke so you know I’m more focused/ I lost 30 mil so I spent another 30/ Cause unlike Hammer 30 million can’t hurt me.”//
Whew; Once Hammer got wind of being mocked, Hammer hit up his Twitter to vent his anger at the self-proclaimed “God MC”, whose alleged ties to the world of the occult, and in particular the illuminati, have been a subject on the minds of many fans and bloggers for the past few years, says Hip Hop Weekly.
In an Interview done with Hammer after being insulted in the verse by Jay Z, Hammer voices his opinion of his counterpart, and offers words of wisdom: Continue reading