Kain Blackwing, 47, faces fresh charges for solicitation for aggravated murder, conspiracy to commit aggravated murder and attempted aggravated murder, according to court records obtained by PEOPLE. Blackwing has yet to enter a plea to the new charges, which were filed on Thursday. On Sept. 19, 2014, just four days before the start of his trial, two of Blackwing’s purported wives — Raven Blackwing, 24, and Tylynn Southwick, 21 — broke into the girl’s home, intent on suffocating her, according to the court documents.
UCLA student Kevin Wei appears to be only a smidge taller than 5 feet, but that didn’t stop him from challenging Bruins freshman guard Lonzo Ball to a dunk contest. OK, so it was on an 8-foot goal at Pauley Pavilion. If you already have an image of how this ends, you’re probably right. Wei and Ball exchanged dunks, with each defending (air quotations implied) -- resulting in posterizing dunks, one after another. Wei even got a nice jam over Ball, who whiffed with the block. That forced Ball to effectively end Wei’s hopes of somehow coming away an underdog winner in the friendly competition, throwing down an epic windmill jam right in Wei’s face. Thanks to a bystander, there’s video of the whole
TMZ released a video over the weekend of two unconscious men, saying it was video of the aftermath of the altercation that led to New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis being charged with four felonies in Pittsburgh. The video seems to be a positive for Revis’ lawyers though, because they believe it helps them show their client is innocent. The voice on the video – it’s a short clip, and whoever is speaking is not shown – brags about knocking both men out and he tells someone, “Shut up before I knock your [expletive] out next.” Revis’ lawyers claim the voice isn’t of the Jets cornerback.