Michael B. Jordan was involved in a fender bender this weekend. He was driving his Ferrari in L.A. on Saturday night when he crashed into a parked Kia. Now, police officers noted it was a traffic collision of a vehicle into a parked car. There were no signs of foul play or evidence of a DUI.
But if you look at the photos of the car Honey, the right fender of Jordan’s Ferrari has been ripped off, as well as one of the tires. Ooh, he must have hit that parked car hard. The LAPD confirmed there were no arrests or charges made at the scene. Jordan and the other driver did exchange information after the incident.
However, it seems Michael wasn’t able to pick up his big award at the Academy Museum Gala. His sister had to accept it for him. So we’re just hoping he is okay. You know, you get into those accidents and you feel it the next day.
Beyoncé ruled the box office this weekend
Her concert picture opened first place with $21 million in North American ticket sales. These estimates are from AMC Theaters on Sunday.
You know, the early December box office is notoriously slow, but Renaissance actually defied the odds. It’s the first time a film has opened over $20 million on this weekend in 20 years. Yep, the last one was The Last Samurai. I don’t even know if I remember that.
Beyonce wrote, directed, and produced Renaissance, which is focused on her tour for her Grammy-winning album. And I’m so happy for her. And you know what? Her daughter, Blue Ivy, she is right up there with Mom. She’s been in all of the photos and all of the premieres. I absolutely love it. Keep the money going, honey.
Deion Sanders calls off engagement
Deion Sanders and Tracey Edmonds have ended their engagement. The couple announced it on Instagram over the weekend. And now you’re probably thinking, I didn’t know Deion and Tracey were engaged. Well, they’ve actually been a couple since 2012 when they met on a movie set. They got officially engaged on Valentine’s Day in 2019, but I guess it didn’t work out.
You know, they did post on Instagram this weekend that they are so thankful to everyone who’s been there for them, supported them, and shown love. They said, “We have mutually decided it’s best for us to move forward in life as friends, and we’ve made this decision with love in our hearts, respect for each other, and appreciation for the time we’ve shared together.”
Boy, this has been a rough season for Deion but you know what? He always rises.