ABC News’ Steve Osunsami addresses criticism behind Erivo’s “blackness” related to her portrayal of Harriet Tubman, despite being a British actor.
The Stripper Bowl is an annual event thrown by Cardi B and Migos’ management Quality Control – where $1,000,000 is thrown to dancers. But this year, the event was an utter disaster.
And many dancers are claiming that they were left “broke” and “stranded” after the chaos of the event.
MTO reports The event took place on Monday night – one day after the Super Bowl in Miami and the event was sponsored by Quality Control’s CEO Pierre “Pee” Thomas and NFLer Edgerrin James.
During the Stripper Bowl, the club throws out $1,000,000 in cash – which is for the dancers. And that’s on top of the money that they make from the clientele. So dancers come from all over the country, to take part in this event.
Quality Control CEO Pierre ‘Pee’ Thomas is trying to do some major damage control right now. The hip-hop executive has come forward to address backlash and drama coming his way following last weekend’s Super Bowl LIV strip club festivities. READ MORE
Porsha Williams from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” speaks with Andy Cohen about trust within her current relationship with Dennis McKinley. Williams sat down with Cohen and castmate Tanya Sam on “Watch What Happens Live” and reacted to the rumor. Frustrated, she says she doesn’t know what happened that night:
“I don’t know. The blogs- you know, he was out. I don’t know. Can y’all just continue to comment and speculate, and let me just figure out my life? I’m figuring out my life.”
Actors Demetria McKinney (House of Payne) and Brad James (For Better or Worse) have both been a part of the Tyler Perry empire both starring on hit television series. We interviewed them both on the red carpet at Tyler Perry’s fourth studio grand opening and Demetria McKinney has been with Tyler since his first studio on Krogg Street. READ MORE
Drake performs at The SSE Hydro on March 23, 2017 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.READ MORE
Fat Joe thinks Eric Benet is TRIPPINNNN’ by saying “rich and famous” rappers that glorify the darker sides of hip-hop are proxies to white supremacy ’cause, but according to Fat Joe its just music.