The Whitney Houston biopic directed by Angela Bassett now has a release date. Lifetime Movie Network announced yesterday the biopic titled “Whitney” will premier Saturday January 17th, 2015. The movie will focus on the controversial marriage between Whitney and Bobby Brown. YaYa DeCoasta will be playing Whitney. Music rights were secured by Lifetime and they managed to get music rights for “The Greatest Love of All,” “I’m Every Woman,” and “I Will Always Love You.” Will you be watching?
Lil Wayne is on the cover of Nylon Magazine and spoke about his dedication to music. The rapper says in the magazine that he feels that he is one of the only artists left who is about the music. When asked about stepping up to the plate as an artist Wayne’s said “I was always ready for the call. That’s the best way to explain it. Wayne’s always ready. When it’s my turn, I make way more than the most of it. If you’re ready when they call you, and you make the most of your time, then they’ll never stop calling you.” When asked about his approach to song writing he said he’s just a regular street guy that’s smarter than the rest. He pretty much raps whatever comes up in his head and he rhymes with the next word how he’s feeling. Weezy also spoke about needing weed to be creative and it helps with inspiration. Wayne says when he first started rapping you only did it to be the best and not to have a hot song or popularity on social media. You have to be unforgettable and the only artists Wayne can think of like that are Beyonce and Kanye West.
There are some teachers and staff who carry concealed guns in the Harrold, Texas school district as the last line of defense in the event of a shooting on campus. The nearest law enforcement agency is 30 miles from town. The superintendent David Thweatt sees his job not only as an educator but protector of the school children. The school district passed the concealed handgun policy in 2007 to provide protection for students. The name of the policy is the Guardian Plan.