Usher’s 5 Year Old Son 911 Call, Mark Wahlberg Gives JB Advice & Chris Brown Retirement?

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CHRIS BROWN is threatening to RETIRE after his next album because America HATES HIM SO MUCH.  Yesterday, he Tweeted, quote, “Don’t worry mainstream America.  After this ‘X’ album, it’ll probably be my last album.”  He later deleted the Tweet, so maybe he’s had a change of heart?

MARK WAHLBERG had some advice for JUSTIN BIEBER during an interview with a British newspaper.  He said, quote, “Justin, are you listening?  Don’t be so naughty, yeah?  “Be a nice boy, pull your trousers up, make your mom proud and stop smoking weed, you little bastard.”

 

The 911 call HAS BEEN RELEASED OF  Usher’s aunt moments after the singer’s 5-year-old son nearly drowned in a pool … in which she begs the operator to send help ASAP.

The boy is currently in the ICU at an Atlanta hospital. Usher and his ex-wife Tameka, the boy’s mother, are currently at the hospital. They…

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BETTER GET YOUR PRE-ORDER IN FOR THE PS4.

You’d better put in your order for a PlayStation 4 before next Monday if you want to make sure you’ll be plugging the new console into your telly on launch day. That’s according to “retail sources” talking to games industry site CVG, which reckons there’s an unofficial deadline of 5 August for pre-orders.

Sony has reportedly told high-street games shops in the UK that demand has been so high for the PS4 that it can’t guarantee that pre-orders taken later than this week will be fulfilled on the day the next-gen console arrives.

Your local Lynx-smelling games emporium will have more units specifically for people who haven’t pre-ordered, so queueing up for the traditional midnight hoo-ha is a viable — if risky — tactic for bagging a machine as soon as humanly possible.

The story doesn’t specify if online retailers will be subject to the same restrictions.

Sony had no comment to make on the matter when I contacted it. “We have no further information to share at this time on our release strategy for PlayStation 4, which is scheduled for launch this holiday season,” the Japanese company said in a statement.

Launch shortages are traditional for the most hotly anticipated tech, and this chimes with whatSony’s Jack Tretton had to say about the PS4 back in June: “Given the technology that we’re offering, given the software lineup, given the price point we have, that we’ll have consumers interested in excess of what we’re able to manufacture.”

The PS4 is due here some time before Christmas, with no specific date yet announced for any country. It’ll cost £349. Microsoft has said its rival £429 Xbox One will be out in November, probably at the very end of the month.

Have you got your pre-emptive PS4 pre-order in? Or are you plumping for Microsoft’s machine? Proclaim your choice down in the comments, or on our prevaricating Facebook page.

 

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