Harvey Weinstein to Turn Himself In On Sex Crime Charges in New York
In a new development reported by The New York Daily News, the man responsible for the allegations that began an entire movement will be turning himself in. Harvey Weinstein is expected to surrender to authorities Friday and face charges related to sexual misconduct in connection to a probe by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and NYPD.
The grand jury hearing Weinstein evidence was convened weeks ago, according to sources, but Weinstein has denied any wrongdoing. His attorney has declined to comment.
Kanye West Changed Pusha T’s Album Cover To A Photo Of Whitney Houston’s Bathroom
Friday can’t come soon enough for Pusha T fans. The rapper is finally releasing his long-awaited album DAYTONA, formerly titled King Push. He hosted a listening party for the album and Twitter went crazy when clips of songs finally hit the ‘net, and the coke-rap is just as potent as fans expected. But one thing people weren’t expecting is how controversial Pusha’s album cover would be. He unveiled it earlier today and its a 2006 photo of Whitney Houston’s bathroom, amidst her battle with drug addiction. In an interview with Angie Martinez, he revealed that Kanye West pushed for the photo to be the album cover and paid $85,000 for the rights to it.
‘Queer Eye’ Gets a Season 2 Release Date…And It’s Coming Sooner Than You Think
Can you believe? The Netflix original series reboot of the HBO early aughts classic is coming back. The Fab 5 are making their way back to Netflix with a new 10-episode adventure and season two is here to slay with lots of new surprises. One of the latest additions to the series is that the crew won’t just be helping out cis men, they’re also going to be working with women and trans men as well.
Mark your calendars for June 15th, y’all. We’ll meet you in the Fab 5 loft!
LeBron James Makes History With This Year’s All- NBA Team
This year’s All-NBA team has finally been announced and the usual suspects made the list, and one made history. The selections include King LeBron James Houston Rockets guard James Harden, Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard, Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant and New Orleans Pelicans center-forward Anthony Davis. But the one that stands out is James as he becomes the first player to be chosen 12 times, beating out Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone. As the accolades and records are in James favor, it’s time for him to do what’s most important: WIN.