Hollywood Live: It was a weekend full of concerts | David Beckham sues Mark Wahlberg


Doja Cat performs during the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Sunday, April 21, 2024, at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP)
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There were lots of concerts this weekend. Doja Cat, the first female rapper ever to headline Coachella in its 25 year history, closed out the two weekend festival in a bodysuit covered with blonde hair. Yep, she rocked it.

Nicki Minaj was in Detroit with her current Pink Lady tour and everything was going really well until this unwelcome guest made their way to the stage at the end of the night. Minaj was performing “Starships” when an unknown object was thrown toward her at the stage by somebody close to the end of the catwalk where she was standing. It was a small item, but it just narrowly missed Nicki’s face and landed on the stage. So what did she do? Picked it up and threw it back at the person. I don’t blame her.

David Beckham files lawsuit against Mark Wahlberg over F45 Training deal

In other news, David Beckham has filed a lawsuit against Mark Wahlberg over a deal that fell apart regarding their partnership in that F45 Training deal. Well, per TMZ, the legendary soccer star’s company is claiming that Wahlberg’s investment group duped him into doing business with the fitness company in which the actor has a 36 percent interest and is on the board of directors.

Soccer star David Beckham, second from left, poses with F45 Training trainers Morgan Mitchell and Cory George, and F45 Training founder Gunnar Peterson on Monday, May 9, 2022, at F45 Training Coral Gables in Coral Gables, Fla.. Beckham teamed with F45 to devise a workout that incorporates elements of the training regimen the 47-year-old uses to stay fit.(AP Photo/Jenna Fryer)

You know, they became friends once the Beckhams moved to Los Angeles. But according to the lawsuit, Beckham lost $10 million when the stock he owned in the deal wasn’t given to him until after the stock prices had fallen.

Wahlberg and his co-defendants asked the judge to dismiss the lawsuit. They describe it as fraudulent conduct, but a judge has ruled against them. And, it turns out Beckham isn’t the only athlete who has sued F45 Training. Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens sued them back in 2017, claiming the company never paid him the $700,000 he was promised in a promotional video deal. Things that make you go hmm…

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