Guess the Judge Wasn’t Feeling the Tunes X Brought to Court on Wednesday.
“X addressed the judge directly Wednesday in the NYC courtroom, and took responsibility for his actions,” TMZ writes. “He said he was too old to be doing the things he’s doing, and admitted he hasn’t been thinking straight.”
Fans of the Parkland Shooter Are Sending Him Letters and Money.
Broward County Public Defender Howard Finkelstein, whose office represents Cruz, told The Washington Post he’s concerned.
“The letters shake me up because they are written by regular, everyday teenage girls from across the nation,” he said. “That scares me. It’s perverted.”
In one letter, a fan writes: “You’re in a tough spot, Nik, and that is something I know, because I’ve been there myself. If you need something, I can mail to you … ask. If you need to talk … I’ll listen.”
We See You, Michaela Coel.
Chewing Gum‘s Michaela Coel is slated to give the MacTaggart lecture at this year’s Edinburg International TV Festival. According to Deadline, she is only the fifth woman to do so in the festival’s 42-year history.
“It seems in some way a celebration of the rapidly changing world we live in,” Coel said. “But with the constant reshaping of our technological and political world, comes a growing need to shine a light and be vigilant rather than complacent about the future of our industry. I feel honoured to contribute to this debate on such a prestigious stage.”
Clap for her.
UMC’s Latest Series Stars Everyone from Darius McCrary to Girlfriends‘ Jill Marie Jones.
Urban Movie Channel is gearing up for the release of its new drama series, Monogamy. Starring Brian White, Darius McCrary, Jill Marie Jones, and more, the series chronicles the lives of four married couples as they work to revive their failing relationships through therapy.
Show creator Craig Ross, Jr. said in a press release: “Monogamy explores the deepest, most emotional parts of marriage—love, trust and intimacy—and what happens to these four couples when their relationship foundations are threatened. Our outstanding ensemble cast play characters in situations that we rarely see—complex, conflicted and vulnerable people.”
Watch Monogamy‘s trailer ahead of its May 4 premiere below.
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