Rodney Bryce, who made his mark on hip-hop under the name DJ E-Z Rock, died Sunday, a spokesperson for Bryce’s friend and collaborator Rob Base confirmed to Rolling Stone. The cause of death has yet to be revealed.
The former Musketeer dies at the age of 70. So sad! She was hospitalized in Bakersfield due to complications of multiple sclerosis, according to Extra.
Her family confirmed to Extra that Funicello died from complications of multiple sclerosis. They were by her side when she was taken off life support. Funicello had been in an MS coma for years, reports the site.
Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z “Legends of the Summer” Tour Dates
07/17 – Toronto, ON: Rogers Centre
07/19 – New York, NY: Yankee Stadium
07/22 – Chicago, IL: Soldier Field
07/26 – San Francisco, CA: Candlestick Park
07/28 – Los Angeles, CA: Rose Bowl
07/31 – Vancouver, BC: BC Place Stadium
08/04 – Hershey, PA: Hershey Stadium
08/06 – Detroit, MI: Ford Field
08/08 – Baltimore, MD: M&T Bank Stadium
08/10 – Boston, MA: Fenway Park
08/13 – Philadelphia, PA: Citizens Bank Park
08/16 – Miami, FL: Sun Life Stadium
h oh, uh oh, uh oh, oh no no…is Beyoncé the new James Franco? Babe has been busy with a capital “B” — there’s that Destiny’s Child reunion, an HBO documentary, and, oh yeah, a little thing called the inauguration. Somewhere in the middle of her busy professional schedule and playing mom to Blue Ivy, the superstar has managed to take a page from BFF Gwyneth Paltrow, launching a blog, appropriately titled “The Beyhive Blog.”
Announced on her official website today, Beyoncé explains that the blog, “is my way of showing all the inspiring things I come across every single day.” And, not only is she allowing fans a glimpse into her beyond cool world, she’s also sharing her fans creations — from paintings to video — to “show the world what you do and how much I appreciate you.”
The blog itself, named after Beyoncé’s cult community (à la Beliebers), is visually gorgeous, with stark graphics, rich imagery, and lots and lots of inspiration, from Bey’s favorite people to products she’s obsessing. You better believe we signed up immediately — we’ve spent the morning clicking away (already bought these shoes, thanks girl!), then promptly listened to her rendition of the national anthem approximately 3.5 times. Luckily, Knowles says “This is just the beginning, there is so much out there to dig into. Stay tuned.” As if we would do anything else.