Sheryl Underwood Leaves Tom Joyner Morning Show + Stephon Marbury Sued Over $1
Comedienne Sheryl Underwood has decided to say goodbye to her long time spot on the Tom Joyner Morning Show and decided to say hello to Tom's competition. Details on her move and Stephon Marbury's legal woes when you read the rest.
Sheryl has decided to move to the syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show who is Tom's main competition.
People over at the Radio ONE camp are not happy with Sheryl's move with a source saying she's burned all her bridges over at Radio ONE and she made a decision that she is likely to regret in the future. They are especially upset because Sheryl bashed Tom on Steve's show.
Sheryl on the other hand says she did nothing wrong.
I was just on Steve’s show to promote the clubs I was in various cities. Even though I am no longer a contributor to TJMS I will continue to support Tom Joyner’s Take A Loved One To The Doctor, The Virtual College Tour and HBCU’s 100%…I said as much to Oscar Joyner in a very warm phone call. This new work with Steve allows me the opportunity to expand my brand into different avenues. It’s the chance of a lifetime. It was an offer that I couldn’t refuse.
Tom handled the situation with class, despite how he may have really felt. He responded by saying:
We love Sheryl Underwood and wish her the best in everything she does. She’s a very funny lady.
In funny legal news former NY Knick, turned Chinese Basketball Association player, Stephon Marbury is in a legal battle over the rights of his company for $1....yes just ONE dollar.
A woman named Thuymai K. Ung is claiming that Stephon agreed to sell her 100% of his company (including a piece of property in L.A.) for the grand total of 1 U.S.D.
In the filed court documents Ung is alleging that Stephon is still owner of part of the company and/or property (even though the property is currently facing foreclosure).
Ung is requesting that she be named the rightful owner of the company and the property. Stephon's people could not be reached (of course).
Are times that hard Stephon? Letting go of your company for $1. You can hardly get candy for that price any more.