Jussie Smollett Did Community Service with Jesse Jackson’s Organization.
The Empire star reportedly did 18 hours of community service with the Rainbow PUSH Coalition over the course of two days. According to TMZ, he put in eight hours on Saturday and finished another 10 hours on Monday.
“We’re told Jussie’s “service” included stuffing membership envelopes, working in the group’s bookstore to sell merchandise … and critiquing its Saturday broadcast,” TMZ reports. “We’re told he helped them with camera angles, and also worked with the music director on a plan to build the choir.”
See what Jussie had to say about being vindicated in a recent video clip here.
Cardi B Has Issued an Apology Amid #SurvivingCardiB.
After stating in a resurfaced Instagram live stream that she had to drug and rob men during her time as a stripper, Cardi B has issued an apology a provided an explanation for what she shared in her video.
“I made the choices that I did at the time because I had very limited options. I was blessed to have been able to rise from that but so many women have not,” she wrote in a long post.
“I never claimed to be perfect or come from a perfect world with a perfect past. I always speak my truth. I always own my own sh-t.”
Her original Instagram live stream came in the wake of pushback regarding the announcement of her plans to write a book.
“I am a rapper. I am a b*tch that came from the streets that came to the industry,” Cardi said. “I wasn’t a Disney channel star. I wasn’t a nun. I wasn’t a saint.”
San Francisco Giants Chief Larry Baer Was Suspended Following an Altercation with His Wife.
“A video obtained by TMZ showed Baer’s wife toppling to the ground from a chair at a San Francisco plaza while he was reaching for a cellphone in her hand March 1,” CBS News reports.
In a recent statement, Commissioner Rob Manfred said that “Mr. Baer’s conduct was unacceptable under MLB policies and warrants discipline.”
“Mr. Baer should be held to a higher standard because as a leader he is expected to be a role model for others in his organization and community,” Manfred continued. “Based on my conversation with Mr. Baer, it is clear that he regrets what transpired and takes responsibility for his conduct.”
For more content like this, be sure to follow CASSIUSLife.com.