Plus, Al Roker breaks Guinness World Record, Teyana Taylor's album debuts at No. 1, and Mike Tyson to produce documentary about his career.
Happy Friday! There's some surprising news to talk about about in today's Coffee Talk.
LeBron James says "only basketball, baseball, and soccer are allowed" in his house. The NBA champ is not allowing his two sons to play football, citing the contact sport's health hazards, ESPN reports. The current NBA star was once a football player himself, as the All-Ohio wide receiver at Akron’s St. Vincent-St. Mary High School. He's even taken his sons to the Cleveland Browns' training camp to play catch. But the concerned dad isn't ready to let them play on a team just yet. "We don't want them to play in our household right now until they understand how physical and how demanding the game is. Then they can have their choice in high school, we'll talk over it," James said. "But right now there's no need for it. It's a safety thing. As a parent you protect your kids as much as possible." [ESPN]
Teyana Taylor is rising straight to the top of the music game with her first album debuting at No.1 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The 23-year-old singer's first studio album, VII, has sold over 16,000 copies in the week ending on Nov. 9. Her lead single, "Maybe" featuring Pusha T and Yo Gotti is continuing to climb the Hot R&B Songs chart, reaching 11th place in it's seventh week. You go, girl! [Billboard]
Heavyweight champ Mike Tyson is opening up about his tumultuous life in the upcoming documentary, Champs. Tyson reveals many times his back has been against the ropes--literally and figuratively--as he shares details of his rising career, his bankruptcy, and how he's managed to stay positive through it all. "I'm the kind of guy, innately, I'm a fighter," he told The Hollywood Reporter. "Even when I feel like giving up, I just fight." In addition to being featured in the documentary along with fellow boxing legends Evander Holyfield and Bernard Hopkins, Tyson will also be producing the film with director Bert Marcus. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Al Roker is taking his role as America's Weatherman very seriously. The 60-year-old meteorologist just completed a 34-hour-long uninterrupted weather forecast, breaking the Guinness World Record. The #Rokerthon, supporting “Al’s Shine A Light Today” initiative that seeks to help the armed forces, helped raised over $70,000. After being live on the air with no sleep and no breaks for a day and a half, we hope this record holder gets an uninterrupted night's sleep! Check out some clips of his history making forecast below [Hollywood Life]: