Ja Rule has finally commented on his nightmare Fyre Festival, insisting that this was “NOT A SCAM” and “NOT MY FAULT” and that his priority is getting people off the island.
The Fyre Festival, a fancy multi-day music event in the Bahamas that promised an experience fit for a king or queen, turned into what attendees called a wretched “dystopian” debacle that makes Gilligan’s Island seem like a cool vacation destination.
After taking a few months off to relax and probably talk shit in private about the mess America has gotten itself into, Michelle Obama returned to the public eye for a speaking engagement in Orlando this week.
Previously on Empire, Rhonda became the first and last woman to ever wear a blowjob bib, after falling to her death in the Season 3 premiere last September. That is my most recent memory of the show because somewhere along the way, my ability to indulge in the Lyon family drama dropped to a new low.
As part of an appeal for the never-ending “Blurred Lines” lawsuit, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’s lawyers are arguing that a “groove” or “feeling” of a song is free from copyright.
A photo agency is suing Khloe Kardashian for unlicensed use of one of their images—a photo of Khloe Kardashian.
Time held its annual Time 100 gala on Tuesday night, to celebrate the most influential people on the planet. Viola Davis, Blake Lively and Riz Ahmed were among the stars who brought their most influential smizes to the party. Take a gander below.
Dr. Luke’s relationship with Sony Music is reportedly on its last legs.
Oh right, it’s been roughly two months and we haven’t really heard from Faye Dunaway about what happened on the Oscars stage when she mistakenly announced La La Land as the winner of Best Picture, when Moonlight actually won. Dunaway says she felt “very guilty.”
Why won’t anyone listen to Kendall Jenner?
From our vantage point, it looked as if Barack Obama had a nice, refreshing vacation from watching the free world crumble day by day, which is truly amazing for both him and Michelle Obama. But let’s focus on what’s important here: me.
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Even if you haven’t willed yourself into watching all 13 episodes of 13 Reasons Why on Netflix yet, it’s likely you can’t avoid seeing stories about it online. The teen drama—based on author Jay Asher’s YA novel about a high schooler who leaves behind a set of explanatory tapes about why she committed suicide—plays…
Kendrick Lamar, like many of us, remains weary of the world, suspicious of its false progression—and of his own. He feels incapable of trust: in the system, in friends and family, in himself, he tells us. And amid this uncertainty, he’s anxious about intimate relationships, too, searching for certainty somewhere. His…
Will Smith is reportedly being considered for the role of the Genie in Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin musical. Come with me, Will. Let us pray.
Rimmel London has been forced to pull an apparently “misleading” mascara ad featuring Cara Delevingne and her dangerously beautiful lashes.
“DNA” is the most relentlessly rapped track on Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN., an album that plays like a deep, critical exhale from the intensity of To Pimp a Butterfly. The song now has a video, where we find Kendrick—a pretty good actor—locked in an interrogation room with another pretty good actor, Don Cheadle, who jokes,…
Harry Styles, the one with the long hair from One Direction, is the latest band member to go solo and thus inevitably cover Rolling Stone.