Actor Delroy Lindo was a whole mood on Twitter for the way he seemingly handled a white reporter’s question regarding the n-word. The scenario actually played out in an old clip from Lindo’s CBS show, The Good Fight. In the clip, the veteran actor challenges white newscasters after they suggest that there’s a double standard when it comes down to who can use the n-word. The show, a spin-off of The Good Wife, is set to begin its fourth season on April 9, according to Media, Entertainment, Arts Worldwide (MEAWW). READ MORE: Black woman says her Zoom was hijacked by racists hurling n-word
Meghan Markle during her trip with Prince Harry to Northern Ireland. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images) The birth certificate of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby, Archie, was made public this week and it may leave some people puzzled. As reported by Fox News, the document revealed that Meghan’s actual first name is “Rachel.” That wasn’t the only revelation that caught Royal family followers off guard. The occupation for Markle, who was given the title “Dutchess of Sussex” upon marrying Prince Harry in May 2018, was listed on the birth certificate as “Princess of United Kingdom.
Iyanna Mayweather (Credit: Iyanna Mayweather) Floyd Mayweather’s daughter Iyanna has been arrested for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. TMZreported that Iyanna, 19, stabbed another woman, Lapattra Lashai Jacobs, in a confrontation over her boyfriend NBA Youngboy, 20. She was arrested Saturday morning at around 1:30 a.m. and is being held in Houston’s Harris County jail awaiting bail. Law enforcement sources told the site that Iyanna, whose nickname is Yaya, was upset when she arrived at the rapper’s home and found him there with the alleged victim who is the mother of his child.
H.E.R. performs onstage at the 61st annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy) With countless concert tours and music festivals postponed or canceled due to coronavirus, artists are losing out on millions of dollars. As a result, their support teams are reeling as well.
Netflix Netflix has been a saving grace in more ways than one since the coronavirus pandemic brought Hollywood (and the world) to an abrupt stop. We can’t wait to help pass the time with some of the new content coming to the streamer in April. Aside from new projects, Netflix will also be bringing a few classics into the mix this month. Let yourself laugh at Player’s Club, revisit Beyoncé playing Etta James in Cadillac Records, relive your college days with School Daze, and see how Snoop Dogg has changed since Soul Plane.
(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) With Hollywood completely shut down amid the coronavirus crisis, celebrities are finding new ways to entertain the masses while quarantined and Spike Lee is no exception. The prolific writer/director decided to release the full script for an unproduced biopic on the first Black pro baseball player, Jackie Robinson. Lee took to Instagram over the weekend to drop the script to the project based on the 1972 autobiography titled, I Never Had It Made. READ MORE: Spike Lee’s classic film, ‘Do The Right Thing’ makes its return to theaters
(Photo by Arturo Holmes/Getty Images) Wayne Brady has found himself in a pretty unique living situation as he is sharing his quarantine time with his ex-wife and her boyfriend. Living life under quarantine isn’t easy for anyone but some folks are struggling through it more than others. Married folks are likely bickering and single people may be stressed about being alone while much of the country is on lockdown, but this is quite the unique scenario for Brady. The comedian caught up with Access Hollywood to discuss how he’s handling the coronavirus crisis.
HOLLYWOOD - JANUARY 30: Actor T.C. Carson attends the world premiere of "Final Destination 2" at the Arclight Cinerama Dome (Photo by Robert Mora/Getty Images) T.C. Carson who played the character of Kyle Barker on Living Single is revealing why he really left the show and how Warner Bros really treated the cast as opposed to their white counterparts.
LAS VEGAS - OCTOBER 27: Chuck D and Flavor Flav of Public Enemy perform during the Vegoose music festival at Sam Boyd Stadium's Star Nursery Field October 27, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Karl Walter/Getty Images) Last month, Chuck D announced in a statement that Public Enemy had booted its legendary hype man, Flavor Flav, from the group.
Tiffany Haddish recently revealed that while being quarantined at home, she found a little time to chat on Zoom with her Girls Trip castmates. The ladies discussed not only their off-screen lives but the possibility of continuing the storyline of their on-screen characters. READ MORE: Tina Knowles possibly confirms Tiffany Haddish and Common relationship During a recent interview with HuffPost, Haddish dished on how she’s staying sane during the coronavirus pandemic, including a two-hour video chat with her Girls Trip costars Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett-Smith, and Regina Hall, where the ladies brainstormed ideas for a sequel.