Local Prophet who nearly killed his wife lays “adulterous hands” in an affair at Motel 6!
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BREAKING NEWS: Man shot in back of head and killed at The Cave strip club
A local pastor of New Rivers Ministries, located at 1277 Freedom Way in Hubert, North Carolina has been caught again allegedly having sex with another church member.
“Prophet”Michael Claiborne, 49, of Jacksonville who nearly killed his wife in “A Knock Out Drag Out Fight” in June of 2017, is back in the headlights after he was caught allegedly laying it down on a 4 foot 5 church member name Jazzmen Price.
Claiborne’s “wife”, he’s not legally married to, LisaBlakeParkerWithersClaiborne allegedly caught Michael sexting other women on his phone back in June, which led him to give the lady pastor ‘them hands’, sending her to Onslow Memorial Hospital with multiple injuries.
Michael and Lisa were at their now “foreclosed” Rock Creek home last year when the two got into “an altercation that became physical,” according to Michael Claiborne. The struggling pastor was told by his stripper, that “she made him and he would be nothing without her.”Michael is said to have called Lisa a B*** when she slapped him and he allegedly punched her in the face three times, choking her over the staircase, before pushing her down the stairs in their home.
Friends of Lisa’s former husband, Bishop Chris Parker told News In Onslow, that he divorced her over the lie about her “HIV” status, which coincides with Lisa stating during a sermon that her ex-husband, Chris was ashamed of her testimony. Why would anyone be ashamed of you telling a testimony about God healing you from a deadly virus?
Over the years, Lisa claims she has proof of her negative “HIV” status and rumors are that her current self-proclaimed husband Michael haven’t seen the documents.
Michael Claiborne came to preach at a service for Pastor Lisa about seven years ago at 615 New Bridge Street after she went through an unfinalized divorce with Bishop Chris Parker at the time. During that time, Michael proposed to Lisa and she said YES, one of the biggest mistakes of her 59 years of living.
Big preachers in Christendom said Michael was dying on the road with very few engagements. The struggling “prophet” saw Lisa and the church she started as a Bible Study in her beauty shop as a golden opportunity, according to ObnoxiousTelevision.
This is not the first time that Michael has been accused of sleeping around on Lisa. During the early stages of their marriage, Michael was accused of sleeping around on a now-deceased woman, that members of New Rivers Ministries say Lisa did witchcraft on after she found out about the affair.
Michael was accused of also sleeping with a woman who is no longer with the ministry after he made “promises” to her that was evident enough for her to purchase the church five-hundred purple chairs.
Marriage records searched through all 50 states databases, could not locate a valid marriage license for the couple. The two may not be legally married, being that Lisa and her struggling beauty salon would be responsible for the close to six figures of back child support Michael owes if they were legally married.
The Claiborne’s has had several fall-outs with local churches, which later caused Lisa to allegedly be evicted from her 475 Marine Blvd. location. We can’t confirm if the Pastor was evicted, but we do know that Lisa asked another church to swap churches because she couldn’t handle the bills with the stray church members not paying their tithes.
On April 5, 2017, Michael was arrested after not obeying a Judge’s order to pay child support. His bond was set at $8,116 and it took nearly 30 days before the bond was posted. Insiders say that they were at praise team rehearsal the night Michael was arrested and all were ready to bond him out until his wife Lisa said, “let him sit there for awhile.” Members said that Lisa did that to punish Michael for allegedly cheating on her recently.
Now, Michael is being accused of cheating on his wife LisaBlake Parker WithersClaiborne again with his little ‘Judy’ name Jazzmen Price at the Motel 6 in Jacksonville. Price was a member of New Rivers Ministries before she was caught by Lisa walking in on her and Michael finishing their business. Word on the street is that Lisa plans on doing the same thing to Price as she did to the woman she allegedly killed with voodoo.
Insiders say Lisa and Price god-mother was headed to the Motel 6 with Michael’s grandbaby when Lisa allegedly spotted Price getting dressed from being in the bed with her husband. According to sources, Lisa attempted to attack Price but Michael blocked the attack while Price escaped the hotel. It is said that after Price got to her vehicle, her god-mother had busted all of her windows out the car. Price hasn’t been back to the ministry since.
Price told friends that Michael had been taking care of her, by sending her money whenever she needed.
Michael Claiborne’s vision as a Prophet of God is to be Mayor of Jacksonville in 2020.
These two are no more fit to pastor then Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck. The scam artist hidden secrets are coming out. God has taken the cover off these two wolves in sheep clothing.
During the time Michael was incarcerated for the failure to pay child support, Lisa was contacted by famous church blogger a William G.McCray III and this was their conversation. A pastor with so much “anointing” has a mouth of the devil.
WE’LL BE PROVIDING SCREENSHOTS AS THEY COME IN FROM OUR SOURCES!
‘Black Panther’ blows away box office with $192M weekend
NEW YORK (AP) — A wave of feverish anticipation, fawning critical acclaim and groundbreaking cultural meaning pushed “Black Panther” to a record-setting $192 million debut in U.S. and Canada theaters, firmly establishing the superhero sensation as a box-office landmark.
The Marvel film from the Walt Disney Co. blew past expectations to become the fifth-highest-grossing debut ever, not adjusting for inflation, following only “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” ″Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” ″Jurassic World” and “The Avengers.”
In estimates Sunday, Disney predicted a four-day holiday weekend of $218 million domestically and a global debut of $361 million.
Though the film’s international footprint doesn’t include several of the largest markets — China, Russia and Japan — it still ranks among the top 15 global debuts ever. It’s also the highest-grossing February opening weekend.
“All hail the King of Wakanda!” Disney declared, referring to the movie’s mythical and highly advanced African nation.
Ryan Coogler’s film, which cost about $200 million to make, is the most expensive movie with a largely black ensemble and among the few to be centered on a black superhero. The strong opening suggests “Black Panther” will easily set a box-office record for films directed by a black filmmaker.
The previous best is Sidney Poitier’s 1980 comedy “Stir Crazy,” which took in $322 million domestically, when inflation is calculated.
“Black Panther” set pre-sale records and saw lines around theaters over the weekend, including some who came costumed for the event.
“This is the very definition of a blockbuster: People lining up around the block to see a great movie,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for comScore. “A movie like ‘Black Panther’ is a cultural event that nothing on the small screen can really match in that way.”
Chadwick Boseman stars as T’Challa/Black Panther in the first stand-alone film for the superhero created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1966. The cast also features Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Daniel Kaluuya and Letitia Wright.
The movie has been hugely acclaimed, with a 97 percent fresh rating from Rotten Tomatoes. Audiences agreed, giving it an A-plus CinemaScore. The film especially resonated among African-Americans, who made up 37 percent of moviegoers, according to comScore.
Dave Hollis, distribution chief for Disney, called the film’s success “a real source of pride” for Disney.
“Inclusion and representation matters,” Hollis said. “We know that great stories can come from anywhere, and our goal is to make films that reflect the wonderful diversity of our world and resonate with audiences everywhere — no matter who they are, no matter where they come from.”
Coming at one of the slower periods of the year, “Black Panther” benefited from little competition, and it can be expected to dominate the marketplace for weeks.
Last week’s top film, the erotic romance sequel “Fifty Shades Freed,” slid to third place, with $16.9 million in its second week for Universal. Sony’s children’s book adaptation “Peter Rabbit” held much stronger, taking the No. 2 spot with $17.3 million in its second week.
But moviegoers — and Hollywood — were focused on “Black Panther,” including how it would fare overseas. Though considered by most to be an outdated myth, some have claimed that foreign audiences have less appetite for films with largely black casts.
“Black Panther” vanquished those notions with $169 million in ticket sales. It was No. 1 in most international markets, though “Fifty Shades Freed” bested it in Germany.
Its release in China will come later. This weekend, the Chinese New Year holiday, local productions led by “Detective Chinatown 2” and “Monster Hunt 2″ dominated Chinese theaters, with more than $140 million in ticket sales each.
“Black Panther” also performed especially well on large-format screens. Imax reported $30 million in ticket sales for the three-day weekend.
“There was a groundswell of wanting this movie to work, and then when it actually did as a film, itself, it just kicked it up a notch to a level no one could have ever predicted,” said Greg Foster, Imax Entertainment’s chief executive. “That makes me feel really good about the movie business.”
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to comScore. Where available, the latest international numbers for Friday through Sunday also are included. Final four-day domestic figures will be released Tuesday.
1. “Black Panther,” $192 million ($169 million international).
2. “Peter Rabbit,” $17.3 million.
3. “Fifty Shades Freed,” $16.9 million ($47.7 million international).
4. “Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle,” $7.9 million ($4.8 million international).
5. “The 15:17 to Paris,” $7.7 million ($2.8 million international).
6. “The Greatest Showman,” $5.1 million ($9.6 million international).
7. “Early Man,” $3.2 million ($3.7 million international).
8. “Maze Runner: The Death Cure,” $2.5 million ($11 million international).
9. “Winchester,” $2.2 million.
10. “Samson,” $2 million.
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at international theaters (excluding the U.S. and Canada), according to comScore:
1. “Black Panther,” $169 million.
2. “Detective Chinatown 2,” $155 million.
3. “Monster Hunt 2,” $141 million.
4. “Operation Red Sea,” $70.3 million.
5. “The Monkey King 3: Kingdom of Women,” $52.3 million.
6. “Fifty Shades Freed,” $47.7 million.
7. “Boonie Bears: The Big Shrink,” $32.6 million.
8. “The Shape of Water,” $12.3 million.
9. “Maze Runner: The Death Cure,” $11 million.
10. “The Greatest Showman,” $9.6 million.
Grammys defends itself about women representation
By MESFIN FEKADU
NEW YORK (AP) — After a few missteps, The Recording Academy is reassuring its members that it is not lagging behind the music industry when it comes to female representation.
In a letter sent to voting and non-voting members Thursday, which was obtained by The Associated Press, the academy offers statistics to show that women had a larger presence at the Grammy Awards compared to the industry standard.
The letter to academy members comes weeks after a University of Southern California- Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism study analyzed gender and race in music over the last six years, including Grammy nominees.
Between 2012 and 2017, USC said 90.7 percent of the nominees were male and 9.3 percent were female. The numbers come from five awards: album of the year, record of the year, song of the year, best new artist, and non-classical producer of the year — an award where female nominees is a rarity.
However, in looking at the same six years at all of 84 Grammy categories, the academy said that 17 percent of its nominees were women.
USC’s study reports that women account for 22.4 percent of performers, 12.3 percent of songwriters and 2 percent of producers. Women make up 21 percent of the academy’s voting membership.
The academy was heavily criticized last month when its CEO Neil Portnow said women need to “step up” when asked about the lack of female winners at the 2018 Grammys. Portnow later said his words were taken out of context, though three separate letters from music executives demanded a revamp at the academy.
The Grammys telecast was also under fire for not letting Lorde, the only woman nominated for album of the year, perform at its 60th show last month.
“The gender composition of our membership and nominations reflect that of the music community. But it’s not enough to reflect the community. We must be leaders in moving our industry toward greater inclusion and representation,” the letter reads. “Women are 50 percent of our world. We need their voice and presence at every level.”
Onslow County magistrate raises HELL at Jacksonville’s “Jazz In The City”
Welp! One Onslow County magistrate had a little too much fun tonight at “Jazz In The City” when he attempted to use his Power Ranger powers to keep independent journalists from covering the event.
Onslow County Magistrate, Jacob Evans, who is also an, alleged, dirty old drunk and not worthy to take a dog to the dog pound let alone be in a high profile position such as magistrate, attempted to stop News In Onslow’s Gerald Jackson and The Onslow Beat’s Melissa Oakley, from covering the successful event Saturday night.
Evans, who is a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. insisted that both organizations mentioned above were not “recognized” as news organizations and that Jackson and Oakley were not real journalists. Interrupting Evans, Jackson and Oakley provided their media credentials which he outright denied to verify. Apparently, he expected them to have more “evidence” than themselves and their press credentials in order to prove that they are indeed real journalists.
Earlier Saturday, News in Onslow’s Gerald Jackson spoke with Wilbert Cain who was listed as a contact for the “Jazz In The City” event. During the conversation, Jackson expressed News In Onslow’s interest in covering the event and he assured that they would be welcome. Mr. Cain also agreed to allow Jackson to invite another independent news organization, The Onslow Beat, to cover the event. When Jackson and Oakley arrived at the Hilton in Jacksonville where the event was held, they were greeted with a much different story by a man whose only job was to sit and bark if he saw something. And boy did he see something tonight!
Evans, with a much too loud voice for a public venue, continued to deny the journalists access to the event. Cain then told Evans, that he had spoken to Mr. Jackson earlier and informed him that he and his colleague were to be allowed entrance into the event. 15 minutes later, Oakley and Jackson were told that the “other guys” didn’t feel safe with us being at the event and they were then asked to leave. Since both independent news organizations are professional and did not want to cause a scene, unlike Mr. Loud and Drunk Evans, they agreed to leave the event but were stopped at the door yet again. Evans continued to clamor on that they were not “recognized” but that it was ultimately up to Cain if he wanted to allow them in or not.
Evans later mentioned that he has never seen Ms. Oakley at the courthouse and that Mr. Jackson was not allowed in Onslow County’s Courthouses.
How do you know so much about where someone is allowed or not or if they have been somewhere or not when all you do is sit behind a glass all day failing people?
Later in the conversation, Jackson and Oakley were verified to be “recognized” people and were allowed in the event but chose to leave for their safety.
Gerald Jackson captured part of the incident which will be posted to go along with this article.
The question that News in Onslow, as well as The Onslow Beat and their readers, would like to know is who are these alleged “other guys” that felt unsafe because of Jackson and Oakley’s presence?
Our team here at the News in Onslow have a feeling that Mr. Jackson was denied entrance due to the fact that he does not shy away from giving his readers the truth regardless of what or whom it may be about!