Grammy-winning singer Rihanna can sleep a little bit better these days as reports claim one of her stalkers has been arrested in New York. #CreepAlert
According to reports, alleged stalker Kevin Mcglynn‘s creepy run on RiRi has come to an end.
A homeless man was arrested in New York for stalking and harassing Rihanna … by delivering super creepy hand written notes to her home. Kevin Mcglynn was allegedly caught on surveillance video 3 separate times this month … delivering the notes calling her a bitch and threatening to bum rush her home. The New York Daily News reports he also allegedly sent at least 4 letters to her California home. (TMZ)
To make matters weirder, Mcglynn has stated RiRi and music moguls Jay Z and Kanye West have profited off of him.
On his 3rd visit earlier this month — the homeless man dropped his benefits card in the singer’s SoHo building … leaving his address, so cops easily tracked him down. Mcglynn claimed in court Rihanna, Jay Z and Kanye West jacked his “material.” He’s being held without bail … and since he’s got a long rap sheet which trespassing arrests — he could be there for awhile. (TMZ)
Rihanna made headlines a few weeks ago after leaving Def Jam for Roc Nation.
Rihanna has fulfilled her deal with her longtime label, Def Jam, and is now signed with Jay Z’s Roc Nation, a source at Def Jam, has confirmed with MTV News. Rumors about RiRi’s change of scenery began swirling online on Monday (May 5), when Complex pointed out that Def Jam’s website listed her under the “Legacy” artist section, and Roc Nation’s said that the singer was not only managed by the outfit, as she has been since 2010, but also on the label. (MTV)
Reports also suggested the huge label jump may have actually quietly taken place a year ago.
MTV News has learned that the label change occurred in April 2013, when Hov partnered Roc Nation with Universal Music Group. According to our source, Def Jam will still play a role in the marketing and promotion of the pop star’s music, but she is technically a Roc Nation artist and it is unclear whether the Def jam logo will appear on her next release. (MTV)