Gisele Bündchen has reportedly moved on from her divorce from Tom Brady, as she is dating one of the NFL star’s old friends.
Joy Behar brought up her husband on the ABC talk show “The View” recently, and it didn’t take long for things to get weird.
NBA veteran Gilbert Arenas is claiming that Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars back in March was “fake.”
Shaquille O’Neal is taking the blame for his failed marriage to Shaunie O’Neal, saying that “it was all me.”
Colin Kaepernick is groveling to the NFL just months after comparing the league to slavery, saying he’ll be a backup quarterback.
“Woke” Lakers forward LeBron James is being slammed this week by NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who said that he “should be embarrassed.”
Aaron Rodgers is being attacked by Charles Barkley, who referred to the Green Bay Packers quarterback as a “pretty girl.”
Billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya, owner of the NBA Golden State Warriors, publicly apologized after saying “nobody cares” about Uyghur genocide.
The former basketball star Shaquille O’Neal played Santa over Christmas, giving over 1,000 Christmas gifts to underprivileged kids.
NBA star, Nike critic, and #StandWithTaiwan activist Enes Kanter received public thanks from “Everybody Loves Raymond” star Patricia Heaton.
Kyle Rittenhouse fired back at LeBron James after the NBA star accused him of fake tears during his high profile murder trial.
Shaq is an NBA legend, honorary sheriff’s deputy, and all-around good guy who just donated $5000 to help catch a police shooter.
Floyd Mayweather is voicing his support for NBA star Kyrie Irving’s anti-vaccine stance, saying “America is the land of the free.”
NBA star Enes Kanter is standng up to China’s brutal policies. But the NBA, normally supportive of athletes, is silent.
Phoenix Suns star Cameron Johnson shared the inspiring reason he chose to wear the number 23 as an expression of faith.
Golden State Warriors Power Forward Draymond Green defended his fellow NBA players’ right not to accept the COVID vaccine
NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal is done being a celebrity. The 7-foot-1 superstar says he doesn’t want to be in the same category as celebrities.
Some of the league’s biggest stars are fighting to opt out of the vaccine and may take drastic measures to skirt NBA and government rules.