Donald Glover Pays Tribute to Late Father
Donald Glover wrapped up his final show of what he’s calling his final tour as Childish Gambino, but the last show of the This Is America Tour in L.A. held a heart-felt surprise.
“I lost my father a couple of weeks ago,” Glover told fans in a video from the show. “I wanted to play him some of the new songs but he didn’t want to hear them because he was like, ‘I know they’ll be great.’ I’m not saying that to talk about music, I say that to talk about trust.”
He said this all before playing the song “Riot,” in which by the end of the clip it sounds as if he’s fighting back tears.
Kyrie Responds to Curry’s Moon Landing Comments
After Curry said last week that he believed the moon landing was staged, the world (aka Twitter) was in an uproar. While he later apologized for the comments, Kyrie Irving had some things to say on that note.
“Curry says he doesn’t believe in the moon, it’s on CNN, and they say we’re just jocks, we’re just athletes, but it’s on your channel,” Irving said to Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe. “We’re (thinkers) but you don’t want us to be that so, whomever ‘you’ is, I don’t know what that mold is.”
Forbes’ Wealthiest Celebrities in America List Shows Who Made Stacks This Year
Kylie Jenner and Jay Z are sharing a spot this year on Forbes’ Wealthiest Celebrities List in America list.
The 21-year-old landed at number 5 with a net worth of $900 million, with everything from reality TV, endorsement deals, and her makeup company, Kylie Cosmetics. She’s predicted to become “the youngest self-made billionaire.”
George Lucas leads the list with $5.4 billion, Steven Spielberg takes the number 2 position at $3.7 billion, Oprah Winfrey comes in at number 3 with $2.8 billion and Michael Jordan follows with $1.7 billion.