The tabloid publication tried to shame the rapper for smoking weed prior to his Super Bowl LVI halftime show performance. It backfired spectacularly.
The embattled league now says it signed off on the rapper’s gesture of support of Colin Kaepernick and his fight against racial injustice.
This year’s Super Bowl LVI halftime show was mostly middling and forgettable, save spirited efforts by Mary J. and Kendrick.
Rage Against the Machine, Kate Bush, Dionne Warwick, Lionel Richie, and more are also on this year’s eclectic list of potential inductees.
The HBO Max doc “What Happened, Brittany Murphy?” blames the late actress’s con-artist husband Simon Monjack for her death, but also comes off as icky and shameless.
It’s merely using hip-hop to put a Band-Aid on the NFL’s problems with race and exploitation of Black athletes.
The rapper-turned-actor-turned-rocker is everywhere lately, popping up in bad movies, on red carpets with Megan Fox, and being booed off the stages of metal fests. But why?