If there’s one thing that JAY Z enjoys, it’s a good cigar. So it comes as no surprise that the hip-hop mogul is expanding his empire yet again to include tobacco products.
The Brooklyn, N.Y., native has teamed up with Dominican cigar company Cohiba to create the Cohiba Comador — a cigar that blends “leaves from the most revered Caribbean and Central American growing regions.” The product took two years to develop.
The cigars come in three sets. Comador Humidor ($999) includes a “striking, pebbled leather humidor,” a smaller travel case and 21 cigars. The Comodor Travel Humidor ($350) comes with seven cigars in a case that’s lined with “fragrant Spanish cedar to protect the flavor,” while the Comador Toro Box ($210) also contains seven cigars in a matte box that features the brand’s signature crest.
Sasa huyo ndio Jay The business man..the Unstoppable.
Comedian Steve Harvey has been cleared of child abuse allegations after he was accused of hitting his 11-year-old son. The star's ex-wife, Mary Harvey, and their son claimed the funnyman had brutally beaten the young boy for lying about schoolwork, after his body appeared to be covered in bruises and cuts.
After cops referred the case to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, it was decided that the child was at no risk and the case against Harvey has since been closed.
Harvey's representative told TMZ that family services officials decided, "Based on the information obtained, the child does not appear to be at risk... the case is closed without further investigation."
However, in a strange turn of events, the comedian's second wife was charged with contempt of court on Thursday for leaking sealed information about the alleged incident to the media, and has been sentenced to 30 days behind bars.
Harvey, 56, was married to Mary from 1996 to 2005, but the union ended amid allegations of his infidelity with Marjorie Bridges, who he wed in 2007.
Although stores like Amazon and Target have refused to sell copies of her number 1 album, she is going all out to please those retailers who are supporting her. Yesterday, she made an unannounced visit to a Walmart store in Tewksbury, Massachusetts around 7 pm and surprised the shoppers.
After picking some stuff including copies of her own CD, Bey went on the mic desk and announced that every shopper in store would receive a $50 Walmart gift card from the singer. A total of 750 cards worth $37,500 were gifted to the lucky ones.