Kaitlin Rust (Credit: screenshot) One of the most dangerous jobs to have during the civil unrest prompted by the police-involved deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd is not actually being a police officer brought in to control the unruly crowds. They are authorized to carry and use a myriad of weapons and they do. No, it is not them. But working in media and actually journaling the mayhem for television is possibly more perilous than those in law enforcement.
Kendrick Sampson is pictured in a screenshot of "Insecure." I liked Nathan from the moment he and his Southern drawl hopped into Issa’s party Lyft. I was over him when he got ghost. Then forgave him when he came back with the clutch block party plug. Since his debut in season 3, something about Nathan’s character has seemed sweet and genuine. He smiles at Issa when he talks to her. He looks her in her eye.
2 Chainz speaks onstage at the REVOLT Summit. Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Revolt) The Georgia State Police have reportedly shut down one of 2 Chainz’s Atlanta area restaurants for disobeying COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. According to TMZ, on Monday evening Escobar Restaurant & Tapas, was shut down during a Memorial Day Weekend party.
Getty Images HBO just dropped a full-length trailer for its upcoming series from Michaela Coel, I May Destroy You. In the series, Coel stars alongside Weruche Opia, Paapa Essiedu, Aml Ameen, Adam James, Sarah Niles, and Ann Akin. Other cast members include Karan Gill, Samson Ajewole, Harriet Webb, Natalie Walter Ellie James, and Franc Ashman. Coel plays Arabella Essiedu “a self-assured, care-free Londoner with a group of great friends, a holiday fling turned aspirational boyfriend in Italy and a burgeoning writing career.” When she becomes the victim of having been given a date-rape drug, her entire world and identity are thrown upside down.
Russell Simmons (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images) With today’s launch of HBO Max, the world will finally get to see On The Record, a documentary centered on three women who accuse legendary music mogul Russell Simmons of rape. In it, Drew Dixon, SalLai Abrams, and Sherri “Sherri Sher” Hines bravely recount their harrowing experiences with the former Def Jam exec and reveal their reasons for staying silent for so long. READ MORE: SUNDANCE 2020: Russell Simmons accusers go ‘On The Record’ in controversial doc
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 06: Kevin Hart attends the Australian premiere of 'The Secret Life of Pets 2' during the Sydney Film Festival on June 06, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by James Gourley/Getty Images) After a successful first book release, Kevin Hart decides to once again enter the literary arena.
LisaRaye McCoy attends the 2019 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 23, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images for BET) Despite numerous invitations, actress LisaRaye McCoy says she has no intention of joining any of Bravo’s Real Housewives franchises and recently revealed exactly why that is. READ MORE: Maia Campbell one of the people detained in street-racing arrests
Cancel culture had its latest event today and it appears its Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon’s turn to be targeted by the social media mob. Fallon, 45, who took over from Jay Leno to host the renamed The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon has mostly avoided scandal through his six-year run with the show. Rumors about the reason for a 2015 finger injury he suffered might have been the worst thing he’s dealt with so far. Speculation at the time suggested alcohol may have been involved, but Fallon explained it as a freak accident.
Naomi Osaka of Japan attends the Official Draw Ceremony and Gala of the 2019 WTA Finals at Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai in Shenzhen, China. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images) Serena Williams reigned over the tennis world not just as a Grand Slam champion, but as the highest-earning female athlete in any sport.
Archie Williams, a contestant on the forthcoming season of America's Got Talent, gets his "chance of a lifetime" after serving 37 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. The new season of NBC‘s “America’s Got Talent” won’t premiere until Tuesday, but one contestant is already making eyes watery. And he’s giving the public an inspiring reason to watch.