Dr. Dre, former N.W.A rap group member, producer, and entrepreneur, is trying to maintain his reign as the self-proclaimed “first billionaire in hip-hop” by doing some damage control on his women-beating past. On Friday, Dre released a statement to the
There’s a new Cosby show and it’s not being televised, it’s playing out on social media, the press, and in real-time. The plot is a cliff-hanger: what will become of a celebrity that was once highly revered and perceived to
Bill Cosby was subjected to four days of questioning under oath in Philadelphia ten years ago as part of a deposition in a lawsuit brought against him by Andrea Co nstand who accused him of drugging and molesting her. The
Joseph C. Phillips, who played Lisa Bonet’s character’s husband and Raven Simone’s character’s father, Lt. Martin Kendall, has spoken up to say that he “had to look with sober eyes at what was going on” and now believes the Cosby
CNN’s Don Lemon has said yet another douchey remark while reporting on a serious matter. “Obviously, there’s a smell of marijuana in the air,” said the astute anchor as he described the drama unfolding in Ferguson to his colleague Anderson
Before Bill Cosby’s once illustrious career melts away like a pudding pop left out on a hot summer day, and before you go blaming comedian Hannibal Buress for stirring all of this mess up and causing the meltdown, just remember
Nick Cannon made an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Monday and showed off his comic skills by impersonating BIll Cosby. Not to be outdone by Mariah Carey’s husband, Jimmy Fallon proved he could mimic the “Pudding Pops” also and gave the best white man impression of a black man that we’ve seen in a long time.