Mark Jackson extorted by stripper

Mark Jackson, former St. John’s and Knicks star, claims he was subject of blackmail scheme by ex-lover Alexis Adams (right).

“I recognize the extremely poor judgment that I used . . . in having an affair six years ago — including the embarrassing communication I exhibited during that time,” the Brooklynite said in a statement. “I made some egregious errors. . . . With deepest regret, I want to apologize to my church family. I was wrong. We must live holy.”

The Jacksons’ marriage survived, but Adams held on to the pictures like a time bomb while nursing a grudge against the one-time All Star.

In one message to Shaw before the shakedown, she exhorted him to “concentrate and f— (Jackson) up! he is a Fake ass man of god.”

Jackson was approached two months ago at a Memphis hotel by Shaw, 40. The suspect showed Jackson a folder with the damning photos and the CD.

Jackson quickly paid $5,000 cash and destroyed the materials — only to have his tormentor resurface two weeks later in a series of emails, officials said.

Jackson’s wife of 22 years was contacted next with a threatening message regarding the photos.

Read more: Daily News

Was “Joseline Hernandez” of ‘Love Hip Hop Atlanta’ was born a man?

Joseline’s strong features and chiseled body is enough to make anyone do a triple take when they see her and even raise an eyebrow in suspicion.

During the advance screening of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” celebrity vlogger, Cadillac Kim indirectly asked Joseline if she was a transgender and this is what happened…

OH! and I guess she just let the cat out the bag that she is not pregnant anymore….

Cancelled: Adidas ‘Shackle’ Sneakers Cause Controversy Over Slavery Symbolism


Adidas has canceled plans to sell the Jeremy Scott shoes and released the following statement: “The design of the JS Roundhouse Mid is nothing more than the designer Jeremy Scott’s outrageous and unique take on fashion and has nothing to do with slavery. We apologize if people are offended by the design and we are withdrawing our plans to make them available in the marketplace.”