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Bruno Mars Addressed Claims That He's Appropriating Black Culture 

 

Bruno Mars has responded to claims that he's appropriating Black culture.

"The only reason why I’m here is because of James Brown, is because of Prince, Michael [Jackson] — that’s the only reason why I’m here. I'm growing up as a kid, watching Bobby Brown, saying, ‘OK, if that’s what it takes to make it, then I’ve got to learn how to do the running man, I’ve got to learn how to do the moon walk.’ That’s it. And this music comes from love, and if you can’t hear that, then I don’t know what to tell you.”

Bruno Mars Addressed Claims That He's Appropriating Black Culture

Dude, he's black. Leave him alone. 08-Mar-2021
Puerto Rican bloodlines and culture evolved through a mixing of the Spanish, African, and indigenous Taíno and Carib Indian races that shared the island. Today, many Puerto Rican towns retain their Taíno names, such as Utuado, Mayagüez and Caguas. 08-Mar-2021
His father is of half Puerto Rican and half Ashkenazi Jewish (from Hungary and Ukraine) descent. His mother was of Filipino and some Spanish ancestry. 07-Mar-2021

Tags: Accusation, Cancellation, Celebrity, Cultural, Hate, Lifestyle, Music, Nobody's Business, Racial Tension, Social Media, Who Gives A Fuck!

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08-Mar-2021


The Game ‘outs’ 50 Cent as gay 

 

The Game recently said that closeted gay people “are the only type of gay people that I have a problem with”. He reaffirmed his point saying: “Game don’t have a problem with gay people. Game has problem with people who are pretending not to be gay.”

The Game ‘outs’ 50 Cent as gay

Tags: Celebrity, Gay, Gossip, Hip Hop, History, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Music, Nature

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04-Mar-2021


T.I. Not Returning for 'Ant-Man 3' 

 

T.I. will not be returning for Marvel Studios' upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. The embattled rapper and actor is not a part of the cast, The Hollywood Reporter has learned, but it's unclear whether this is related to recent accusations of sexual abuse he is facing alongside his wife, musician Tiny.

T.I. Not Returning for 'Ant-Man 3'

Tags: Backlash, Cancellation, Celebrity, Controversy, Crime, Employment, Entertainment, Family, Fetish, Film, Hollywood, Marriage, Misrepresentation, Music, Opinion, Politics, Punishment, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Social Media, Supremacy, Termination

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01-Mar-2021


Trailblazing Queer Artist, Ari Gold, Dies at Age 47 

 

According to reports, New York City-based dance artist Ari Gold has died at age 47. Having just celebrated his birthday earlier this month, the death comes after a long battle with cancer. Many have posted their condolences online.

Gold released seven albums as a part of his career. He released music as an out gay artist and started his career in the early 2000s. He is best known for "Where the Music Takes You," which featured Sasha Allen. His music video "Wave of You," released in 2004 was the first video by an out LGBTQ+ artist to world-premiere on Logo according to Boy Culture. He went by names like Sir Ari and GoldNation in addition to Ari Gold.

Trailblazing Queer Artist, Ari Gold, Dies at Age 47

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Gay, LGBTQ, Music, Portrait, RIP

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14-Feb-2021


Allegations against TI and Tiny prompt call to support Black sexual assault survivors 

 

The scandal involving the rapper and former girl group member erupted over several weeks as women reportedly came forward to accuse the power couple of confiscating their cellphones and preventing from leaving as the Harrises sexual assaulted them, or other women, in forced drug binges.

It has prompted the activists to address the issue as showing how Black survivors are often sidelined and their stories ignored in the national MeToo reckoning in America over sexual assault.

“We know countless of you have come forward with credible accusations of horrific sexual abuse and violence at the hands of Black celebrities,” the activists and groups wrote in a public letter. “Like you, we are carrying the emotional weight of this news and know that we are reliving a collective trauma akin to the exposing of Cosby and R Kelly.”

Allegations against TI and Tiny prompt call to support Black sexual assault survivors

Tags: Celebrity, Complaint, Cultural, Fetish, LGBTQ, Marriage, Mental Health, Music, NSFW, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Success, Supremacy, Treatment, Violence

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06-Feb-2021


Morgan Wallen’s Sales Skyrocket After Racial Slur Controversy 

 

Despite the country music industry’s swift withdrawal of support for Morgan Wallen after a video of him surfaced Tuesday night using a racial slur — a breakneck fall from grace that has included much of the radio industry pulling his songs from airwaves, his contract with Big Loud Records being suspended “indefinitely,” and the Academy of Country Music halting his “potential involvement and eligibility” for this year’s awards — the country singer lost no support from his fans on streaming.

Wallen’s sales increased 1,220 percent on Wednesday compared to Tuesday, while his song sales were up 327 percent, according to Alpha Data, the data analytics provider that powers the Rolling Stone Charts. And despite being removed from playlists like Today’s Country on Apple Music and Spotify’s Hot Country Songs, his streams did not dip on Wednesday at all. (Wallen’s music remains on the services since his label, Big Loud, has not removed any material.) Wallen’s on-demand audio streams were up 6 percent, while his programmed streams increased 16 percent compared to Tuesday.

Morgan Wallen’s Sales Skyrocket After Racial Slur Controversy

Tags: Americans, Backlash, Controversy, Environment, Music, Preference, Racial Tension, Success, Support

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05-Feb-2021


Olivia Newton-John Responded To Accusations That "Grease" Is Problematic 

 

Several viewers watching the movie on BBC One took to social media to express the opinion that it hadn't aged well.

Accusations of anti-LGBTQ prejudice stemmed from the dance competition scene, which declares same-sex couples aren't allowed to take part. Others called the movie "misogynistic" over its portrayal of Rizzo, who is shamed for sleeping with multiple men, while various lyrics in some of its most famous songs were considered to be more than a little problematic.

Olivia Newton-John Responded To Accusations That

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, Girl Power, History, Hollywood, Legend, Music, Opinion, Overreaction

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05-Feb-2021


Marilyn Manson Dropped by Record Label Amid Evan Rachel Wood Abuse Allegations 

 

In the wake of Evan Rachel Wood’s announcement that Marilyn Manson “horrifically abused” her for years when they were in a relationship, Loma Vista Recordings, which released Manson’s three most recent albums, has parted ways with the singer.

“In light of today’s disturbing allegations by Evan Rachel Wood and other women naming Marilyn Manson as their abuser, Loma Vista will cease to further promote his current album, effective immediately,” the statement reads. “Due to these concerning developments, we have also decided not to work with Marilyn Manson on any future projects.”

Marilyn Manson Dropped by Record Label Amid Evan Rachel Wood Abuse Allegations

Tags: ?, Celebrity, Complaint, Employment, Entertainment, Judgment, LGBTQ, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Music, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Termination, Threat, Toxic

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01-Feb-2021


Charley Pride, Country Music’s First Black Superstar, Dies of COVID-19 at 86 

 

Vocalist Charley Pride, the first modern Black superstar of country music, has died. He was 86.

Public relations firm 2911 Media confirmed that Pride died on Dec. 12 in Dallas, Texas from complications related to COVID-19.

Pride had just been seen by millions on live TV in November as he received a lifetime achievement award from the Country Music Association on its annual telecast. It was on that Nov. 11 telecast that he did his final performance, a duet of his classic “Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’,” with Jimmie Allen, a rising Black star in country who expressed his indebtedness to his predecessor. Pride followed that with a lengthy and heartfelt speech as the small audience of nominees and their guests stood in rapt attention.

All the performers on the CMA Awards telecast were said to have undergone repeated COVID-19 tests prior to appearing, and several dropped out as a result of testing positive. CMA representatives said at the time that none of the performers who tested positive had entered the footprint of the production area for the telecast.

Charley Pride, Country Music’s First Black Superstar, Dies of COVID-19 at 86

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Death, Legend, Music, Passing, RIP, Tribute

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12-Dec-2020


Jhené Aiko Explains Why She Stopped Using the N-Word in Her Music 

 

There seems to be unnecessary confusion surrounding the use of the N-word, especially when it comes to crafting lyrics. This moved Jhené Aiko to give a deep explanation as to why she removed the word from her music.

Although her ability to look like multiple races has undoubtedly been beneficial to her public persona, Aiko doesn't want to abuse a privilege that she didn't ask for. So out of respect for herself, friends, and fans, she decided to stop using the N-word in her music because it could make people uncomfortable. Aiko explains that she eradicated the word from her writing process years ago, but this discussion made the news relevant.

Jhené Aiko Explains Why She Stopped Using the N-Word in Her Music

Papa John’s founder’s use of N-word not racist, according to report he commissioned

Tags: Celebrity, Choices, Cultural, Etiquette, Honesty, Inclusion, Investigation, Investment, Men In Charge, Music, Politics, Preservation, Representation, Respect, Treatment, Trending, Women In Charge, Words

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09-Dec-2020


Singer Ann Marie Arrested After Allegedly Shooting Man in the Head in Atlanta 

 

Ann Marie claimed that a gun had fallen off a table in the room, going off and hitting the man, police said, according to CBS 46. She was reportedly very distraught and kept asking officers if the victim was going to be okay.

The "Secret" singer was reportedly screaming hysterically to the point of having to be removed from the scene by officers, whom she told that she and the victim had grown up together and were visiting from Chicago.

Singer Ann Marie Arrested After Allegedly Shooting Man in the Head in Atlanta

Tags: Accident, Celebrity, Crime, Death, Friendship, Guns/Toys, Investigation, Murder, Music

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08-Dec-2020


Lenny Kravitz Says Luther Vandross Was Lonely and Tried to Hide His Sexual Orientation 

 

Luther Vandross seemed to have it all, but according to Lenny Kravitz, the late singer struggled behind the scenes. Kravitz says Vandross was a lonely man and he tried to hide his sexual orientation from the public. The singer wanted nothing more than to live his life, but he held on to this secret until his death.

During an interview on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Patti LaBelle spoke about Vandross’ hesitance to come out. She says he told her he didn’t want to upset his mother. He also didn’t want to disappoint his female fans.

Lenny Kravitz Says Luther Vandross Was Lonely and Tried to Hide His Sexual Orientation

Tags: Career, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, Fear, Gay, History, Legend, LGBTQ, Loneliness, Music, Portrait, Sacrifice, Sad, Shame

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24-Nov-2020


Helen Reddy Dead At 78 

 

Born in Melbourne in 1941, Reddy began singing publicly at age 4. By 1966, she won an Australian TV singing contest called Bandstand. After stints living in Chicago and Los Angeles, her career began to build steam, and by the ’70s she was scoring big hits around the world. In the US she topped the Billboard Hot 100 three times, with “I Am Woman” sandwiched by a 1972 cover of Tanya Tucker’s “Delta Dawn” and 1974’s “Angie Baby.” At the peak of her fame she hosted the variety program The Helen Reddy Show on American TV. She later acted in movies and TV and became a musical theater mainstay in the ’80s.

Reddy retired from showbiz in 2002 but made a brief comeback within the past decade before being diagnosed with dementia in 2015. In her last public appearance, she sang “I Am Woman” at the women’s march in 2017.

Helen Reddy

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, History, Music, Passing, RIP

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30-Sep-2020


Mac Davis, Singer, Actor and TV Variety Show Host, Dies at 78 

 

Davis became known as the songwriter behind the Elvis Presley hits “In the Ghetto,” “A Little Less Conversation” and “Memories” before reaching No. 1 himself on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Baby, Don’t Get Hooked on Me” in 1971. He soon parlayed his pop success into a career based more in country music. Davis was named entertainer of the year at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 1974 and was nominated for that same title the same year by the Country Music Association.

Davis’ sex appeal and easy charm made him a favorite on the talk show circuit, and he was rewarded with his own NBC variety series, “The Mac Davis Show,” from 1974-76, followed by annual network Christmas specials that spanned well into the ’80s. He even had a brief span as a leading man in feature films, peaking right out of the gate as Nick Nolte’s fellow leading man in the 1979 football drama “North Dallas Forty.”

Mac Davis, Singer, Actor and TV Variety Show Host, Dies at 78

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Entertainment, History, Music, Passing, RIP

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30-Sep-2020


Bright Light Bright Light Says He's Tired of Feeling 'Invisible' to the Gay Community 

 

Even in a community outwardly campaigning for inclusion and acceptance, exclusion and judgement still exist on a personal level. Now, Bright Light Bright Light is shedding a light on his experience with that phenomenon within the LGBTQ community.

“Feeling like I belonged within the gay community I think has been a bit of a struggle," he said. "The LGBTQ+ community is such a vast umbrella; everyone is so different and trying to work out where you belong within that is hard. It kind of presumes that everybody queer gets on with each other, which they don’t, and that everyone is alike, which they’re not.”

Thomas also said that he wasn't considered "body-appropriate" to some in the community, which made him constantly feel like he was an outsider within a space built for him. “It doesn’t matter because those people don’t matter," he explained. "But I found that a huge struggle -- feeling invisible or not welcome in queer spaces -- even more heart-breaking than not being welcome in heterosexual spaces, because these spaces are there for everybody that needs them.”

Bright Light Bright Light Says He's Tired of Feeling 'Invisible' to the Gay Community

Tags: Bi, Bullying, Celebrity, Community, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Family, Gay, Hostility, Interview, Judgment, LGBTQ, Loss, Music, Politics, Portrait, Social Media

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14-Sep-2020




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