Rolling Stone’s Backhanded Jordan Peele Cover Is One of Those Things That Make You Go ‘Hmmm…’
Yes! Jordan Peele’s on the cover of Rolling Stone! But what’s with the headline?
“The Terrifying Vision and Unlikely Triumph of Jordan Peele”?
For the their latest issue, the famed magazine sat down with Peele to discuss the forthcoming and much-talked-about Us, but many—including Peele himself—are wondering WTF “unlikely” is supposed to mean. We’ll admit we’ve yet to actually read the story, but still. Really?
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Black Panther Will Be Back in Theaters for Black History Month.
“Oscar Best-Picture Nominee #BlackPanther returns to the big screen beginning February 1st,” Marvel Studios tweeted on Monday. “Fans of all ages can see the movie for free in honor of Black History Month at participating @AMCTheatres. Visit http://weticketit.com/blackpanther for more info.”
You’ll be able to catch it from Feb. 1-7, so what are you waiting on? Hurry up and finish reading this roundup so you can cop your tickets!
R. Kelly Will Face No Criminal Charges in NY Sexual Assault Case.
In a highly disappointing conclusion, R. Kelly will reportedly face no criminal charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in a Long Island hotel room.
You may recall a woman named Faith Rodgers suing Kelly in May over “unwanted sexual contact” and “abusive sex” after she was flown out to his NY concert. A criminal report was also filed with Suffolk County PD in June, according to TMZ.
TMZ also reports that, according to a police report, Faith Rodgers “told cops that although they engaged in oral sex and sexual intercourse … it was ‘without any verbal or physical resistance.'”
For this reason, and because there is no video or photo evidence, law enforcement is saying the allegations are “unprosecutable due to a lack of criminality.”
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