Tracy Morgan Honored With Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

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Jordan Peele’s Us Hits Theaters in March 2019.

According to USA Today, the film drops on March 15, will be written and directed by Peele, and produced by Jason Blum (Get Out). Those are all the details circulating at the moment, but we’ll, of course, keep you posted should more news break.

Yeezy’s “Poopity Scoop” Anthem Is Climbing the Charts, Despite How Much You May Hate It.

As a matter of fact, “Lift Yourself” nearly debuted on the Billboard charts. “According to chartdata, the single managed to hit #5 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart,” writes HotNewHipHop. It also sold 4,000 equivalent units… so basically all y’all streamed it so damn much that you actually gave it clout. We don’t feel a way about it or anything, though. This is America.

Rick Brunson Has Been Accused of Sexual Assault.

Rick Brunson, T’Wolves assistant and father of Villanova guard Jalen Brunson, is facing sexual assault allegations. According to The Athletic, he resigned on Tuesday after being accused of “improper actions with several women while on the job.” One of the women is reportedly a member of the media.

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In Caucasity News, Two Duke Coffee Shop Baristas Lost Their Jobs for Playing a Rap Song.

The song in question is Young Dolph’s “Get Paid,” and apparently the vice president didn’t appreciate it playing in a campus Joe Van Gogh coffee shop on Friday. Indy Week reports that Larry Moneta heard the song while waiting on an afternoon cup of tea. Baristas Britni Brown and Kevin Simmons said it was part of a Spotify playlist that they chose to play in the shop. While Brown says she did stop the song, she offered him a free muffin and even apologized, it doesn’t appear that wasn’t enough. The baristas were described as “good employees” with “no record of misconduct.”


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