Saldaña, who was criticized for darkening her skin to play the late soul icon, expresses her regrets in emotional Instagram chat with "Pose" creator Steven Canals.
"Kindergarten Cop" gets the boot from a Portland drive-in screening series after social media complaints and accusations that it's akin to "Birth of a Nation" and "Gone With the Wind."
Carlson cited leaked body cam footage of Floyd’s arrest in questioning autopsy results, though he admitted that the footage proves nothing.
The actor explains how his new comedy relates to the George Floyds of the world, reveals bias he's faced in Hollywood.
Though he doesn’t want police departments defunded, Perry agrees with many of the reforms being called for.
The Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress connects white supremacists' actions in the HBO hit series to the current racial injustice and social outrage following the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor.
Oliver claims that the tone on Fox News when reporting on protests in Portland does not honestly reflect conditions on the ground.
"John Lewis: Good Trouble" director Dawn Porter discusses civil rights icon's legacy and how his life's work relates to protests over police killing of George Floyd.
Eminem went after bad cops, people who refuse to wear masks amid the coronavirus pandemic, and New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brews in his new (co-)single and first collaboration with Kid Cudi. The Slim Shady of “The Adventures Of Moon Man & Slim Shady” also sent “prayers” out to George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery in his lyrically excellent-as-always verse.We’ve posted Marshall Mathers’ relevant lyrics, which are courtesy of Genius.com, below. They’re in order of his flow.First, on Brees, who caught Em’s wrath for saying that NFL players kneeling during the pregame national anthem was “disrespecting the flag.” Brees has since apologized for taking that stance.I had hoop dreams, now I shoot threes (What?) Got a lil’ green (Yeah), but I don’t do weed (Nope) Purp nor lean (Nah), that’s Tunechi (Yeah) That’s New Orleans (What?), f— Drew Brees (Yeah)Also Read: Here's Why Eminem No-Showed the 2003 Oscars When He Won for 'Lose Yourself'On anti-maskers:Bunch of half-wits up in office (What?) Half of us walking around like a zombie apocalypse Other half are just pissed off and (Yeah) Don’t wanna wear a mask and they’re just scoffing And that’s how you end up catching the s— off ‘em I just used the same basket as you shopping Now I’m in a f—in’ casket from you coughin’ (Damn)If you didn’t catch that last line, it’s a double entendre for “coffin.”Also Read: Eminem Responds to Nick Cannon's Diss Song 'The Invitation'On Floyd, Arbery and bad cops:And it’s nonstop fury (Yeah) ‘Cause I ain’t holding ‘em up like an armed robbery (Nah) And God’s my jury, so when I die, I’m not worried (Nah) Prayers to George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery (Yeah) How the f— is it that so many cops are dirty? (Huh?) Stop, man, please, officer, I’m sorry But I can’t breathe when I got you on top of me Your goddamn knee’s on my carotid artery (F—)Those bars are a little more straightforward.Also Read: 50 Cent Says He Advised Eminem to Not Respond to Nick Cannon: 'You Can't Argue With a Fool'“The Adventures Of Moon Man & Slim Shady” from Kid Cudi featuring Eminem is a 2020 release from Republic Records, which is a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.Watch the music video above.(A few times, maybe, to catch all the punchlines.)Read original story Eminem Slays Anti-Maskers, ‘Dirty’ Cops in New Single With Kid Cudi – Plus: ‘F— Drew Brees’ (Video) At TheWrap
The two joined the Queen's Commonwealth Trust in a conversation about fairness, justice and equal rights as they pertain to the Black community.
Disney’s Splash Mountain will be getting a much-needed makeover after criticism of its racist roots.
Hollywood is reopening amid the coronavirus — with strict social distancing guidelines in place.
Terry Crews says the upcoming season of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” is getting an overhaul as a result of the Black Lives Matter protests.
A new Change.org petition is gaining momentum to change the name of Ohio’s capital city to a moniker made famous by celebrity chef Guy Fieri.
Activists Angela Davis and Tamika Mallory joined "Red Table Talk" on Juneteenth.
Keedron Bryant, the 12-year-old who turned heads on social media with his passionate performance about being a young black man in today’s world, has signed a deal with Warner Records and his poignant song will officially be released Friday. Keedron Bryant’s powerful video, posted on May 26, features the lyrics “I’m a young black man doing all that I can” from the song “I Just Wanna Live,” written by his mother. “It’s very exciting because this is what God’s called me to do,” Keedron Bryant said in an interview with The Associated Press this week, adding that “it’s just been an exciting experience to work with my mom.”
After losing advertisers for attacking BLM last week, Tucker Carlson doubled down, trying to convince his audience that the movement is becoming too powerful.
Many celebs have joined the crowds protesting police brutality following the death of George Floyd.
Stewart promoted the June 26 release of the film Irresistible, which he directed and wrote, in a chat with The New York Times Magazine about politics and current events.
Whoopi Goldberg is speaking out about systemic racism and police brutality in the U.S. — and how to bring about real change.
The singer is calling for criminal charges to be filed against the three Louisville officers who fatally shot Taylor as she slept in March.
Selena Gomez put her 179 million-strong Instagram following to good use, welcoming civil rights activist Ruby Bridges to take over the account.