death threats

UK NEWS: ALEXANDRA BURKE ‘PUT UNDER POLICE PROTECTION’

More nonsense straight out of the Alexandra Burke camp! The Metro reports that singer Alexandra Burke needed police protection after she was allegedly sent death threats at her lipstick launch last night. The ‘freaked out’ singer told fans how she was nervous about her appearance  after a Twitter user allegedly threatened to ‘murder’ her. The 23-year-old was bombarded with a string of vile tweets, such as: ‘I’m  going to kill you tonight.’ The web menace continued the abuse, threatening to stab the star and []

UK NEWS: DJ TIM WESTWOOD RECEIVED DEATH THREAT TEXTS FROM A MALE “FAN”

A man has appeared in court accused of sending death threat texts to BBC Radio Hip Hop DJ Tim “Big Dawg” Westwood. Via The Daily Mail Hip-hop DJ Tim Westwood was bombarded with  text messages from a man calling himself a ‘fan’. The Radio 1 presenter, 53, was blitzed with messages from listener Mark Bulcock, 43. More than 100 texts that were sent by Bulcock – who has a conviction for theft – and police were called in to trace him after []

UK NEWS: MEDIA PERSONALITY BEN DOUGLAS NOW RECEIVING DEATH THREATS OVER NEWSPAPER ARTICLE

If it was anybody else I would immediately seek to defend him/her, but this girl has no love for the delusional self-hating Ben Douglas, who has probably been bawling in to his pillow and in a state of shock since he was kicked back down to reality by racist celebrity hair stylist James Brown at the BAFTA Television Awards.  Via The Daily Mail Scotland Yard has launched an investigation over allegations that a black TV presenter received a death threat after revealing he had been the victim of racist abuse. []

T-PAIN CANCELS CONCERT IN GUYANA AFTER RECEIVING DEATH/KIDNAPPING THREATS

Via Associated Press R&B singer T-Pain has canceled a concert in Guyana after receiving what a promoter calls “credible death and kidnapping threats.” Kerwin Bollers says Monday’s performance for Carnival celebrations was called off after e-mail and phone threats from an unidentified source. Police Commander Leroy Bollers reporters Sunday that authorities will investigate. T-Pain would have been one of the best-known U.S. singers to perform in the South American nation in years. The crime lords in Guyana obviously have way to much []