The Mac Miller Documentary Is Actually NOT Happening Right Now.
C.J. Wallis had to do a bit of backtracking after Mac Miller’s family requested he hold off on producing the late rapper’s documentary for the time being. It isn’t clear when or if it will still be happening, but we can only hope for the best.
“We tweeted our intentions to begin developing a doc on Mac over the next year. At the same time, we reached out to all those closest to him to begin the process of making it official,” Wallis wrote on Twitter. “We heard back from @christianclancy & The Estate who said the family has requested we hold off on the project at this time. We immediately compiled as the last thing we’d want is to negatively impact anyone involved, quite the opposite.”
He continued, “We felt comfortable announcing our intentions in advance of receiving permission because they were just that – intentions. The concept was peers telling their one favorite Mac story & cutting them together as a motivational & positive picture. Not a life story. The outpouring of support for the doc and that it was us trying to make one was humbling, and in time perhaps we will get to see it through. For now, we have hours of incredible music and thats always been more than enough. Respect/Love….#ripmac”
Rihanna Is the World’s Richest Female Musician.
Thanks to her $600 million empire, Rihanna — at just 31 — has surpassed Madonna ($570 million), Celine Dion ($450 million) and Beyoncé ($400 million) as the world’s richest musician that is a woman. The news comes after the announcement of Jay-Z becoming rap’s first billionaire.
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Americans Still Rank Barack Obama As the Best President of Their Lifetimes.
While we’re not surprised, a recent Pew Research Center poll shows that 44 percent of Americans believe Obama was best (or second best) president. Donald Trump bizarrely ranks at number four after Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan, with 19 percent of Americans ranking him as the best or second best in their lifetimes.
“19 percent might seem low, 20 percent of Americans ranked Obama as the best or second best president in 2011, at a similar point in his first term and the last time Pew conducted this poll,” ABC News reports. “Pew found that rankings changed by generation. More than 60 percent of millennials view Obama as the best or second best president of their lifetime and 46 percent name him as the best.”
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