Fashion designer Kimora Lee Simmons, 38, has reportedly wed in secret to investment banker Tim Leissner, 56, according to her ex-husband Russell Simmons, who let it slip on Twitter.
As Trayvon Martin protests erupted across the nation, Beyoncé paid tribute to the teen over the weekend, asking concertgoers to share in a moment of silence at her "Mrs. Carter" show in Nashville."I'd like to have a moment of silence for Trayvon," Bey told the crowd before singing Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” and transitioning into her hit “Halo.”
Hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons stopped by The Grove to talk with "Extra's" Mario Lopez about his new book, "Super Rich: A Guide to Having It All."
Russell's advice for being successful: "The more you give, the more you get," he said. "So wake up in the morning and decide what you're gonna give."
Check out more of Russell's interview at The Grove.
"Super Rich: A Guide to Having It All" hits bookstores everywhere on January 4, 2011.
Tiger Woods has been out of the public eye for 48 days -- but Russell Simmons claims the golfer is doing a good deed while in hiding.
Simmons, who has been encouraging his Twitter followers to donate to Haiti relief funds, tweets, "Tiger woods is doing something AMAZING!!!!"
He elaborates on the PGA star's alleged plan to help Haiti, writing, "I heard Tiger Woods [is] donating to send a cargo plane with a mobile hospital out there. Keep ur prayers high!"
There has been no confirmation from Tiger's reps on the donation.
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Hip-hop media mogul Russell Simmons says he doesn't mind paying over $40,000 a month in child support for his two daughters with BabyPhat creator Kimora Lee Simmons.
Simmons blogged Friday about Thursday's court order that finalized custodial and financial arrangements for Ming, 9, and Aoki, 6.
Ex-wife Kimora has sole custody of the girls, and Russell was ordered to pay up until they are 19 years old.
Simmons says his kids have a fabulous life and he's happy to contribute to it. "As long as I have it, they can have it."
From prison reform to education, Russell Simmons sounds-off to "Extra" about America's future under President Obama at the Hip Hop Inaugural Ball.