60SecondBuzz: John Singleton Passes At 51–There’s A Wet Week Ahead Of Us–And Parents, Do YOU Pick Favorites With Your Kids?

Oscar Nominee John Singleton, Known For Boyz N The Hood And Poetic Justice, Passes At 51

Oscar-nominated director, John Singleton has passed away at the age of 51 after being in a coma and on life support since having a stroke at Cedars-Sinai hospital on April 17th.

Singleton was known for his impactful visuals including Michael Jackson’s “Remember The Time” video

Produced, and directed Baby Boy starring Taraji P. Henson and Tyrese Gibsonand also 2 Fast 2 Furious starring Paul Walker and Tyrese Gibson.

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His Oscar nomination came after his 1992 hit Boyz N The Hood.

John Singleton had success in television directing episodes of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson and co-creating FX’s Snowfall.

Days before Singleton’s death, his mother, Sheila and daughter, Cleopatra were disputing publicly over who would hold a conservator-ship over Singleton’s estate.

John is survived by his mother, girlfriend and seven children.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to John Singleton’s family, friends and fans.


A Wet Week Ahead For Metro Detroit…

The National Weather Service says for the next 72 hours rain will be a recurring thing.

Today will be dry until around dinner time, the heavier rain is expected to slide in overnight into Wednesday.

High winds also are highly possible on Wednesday.

More scattered rain and thundershowers will linger into Thursday, and temperatures could reach the upper 60’s.

Rain is expected to clear out on Friday, with high 60 temperature and mostly cloudy skies.


Parents…Do YOU Pick Favorites With Your Kids?

You may think that you have equal love for your children but according to a recent study of 1,000 parents, 23 percent say they have a favorite child, which is often the youngest child.

A quarter of parents say their oldest child is the favorite, while the middle child came in last.

64 percent of those in the study said they have no favorite.

Dr. Barbara Howard, a developmental-behavioral pediatrician says that paying favorites can hurt siblings who feel like they are fighting for attention often resulting in sibling rivalry or acting out.

Favoritism may be a harsh term for a child that may have a medical condition which requires more attention or children whose parents related to more because they share similar interests.

Do you have a favorite child?

Were you your parent’s favorite child?