Megan Thee Stallion suffered multiple gunshot wounds, but is expected to make a full recovery. In a note posted on Instagram on Wednesday, the rising rapper said she’s “lucky to be alive.”
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We thought we’d gotten enough of our fix of Black-beauty excellence after watching Black Is King this weekend, but Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion had other plans: Last night, the two revealed they would be releasing a highly anticipated single called “Wap” on Friday. While we’re disappointing we won’t be at a party chanting and dancing to the unreleased bop anytime soon, we can tell we’re in for a treat based on the gorgeous single artwork. For the cover, Cardi B and Megan pose back to back in nearly identical glam and accessories, from “WAP” doorknocker earrings to curled beehive updos by Kellon Deryck and Tokyo Stylez. Their makeup made us see double, with both women rocking bold cut-crease eyes and glossy lips. Erika La’ Pearl, Cardi B’s key makeup artist, was responsible for the Bronx-born rapper’s look. As for Megan? Deryck, her go-to hairstylist, credited the rapper herself alongside La’ Pearl for makeup in his Instagram post. > View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by Kellon Deryck (@kellonderyck) on Aug 3, 2020 at 5:06pm PDT“Meg really be slaying her own face though!!” a fan wrote of Megan’s burgundy-and-gold cut-crease and ’90s-inspired dark lip liner. “Did you do your own makeup on that WAP flyer? If so, you beat sis! Your makeup is slayed,” said another. This isn’t the first time the “Savage” rapper has done her own makeup for shoots or appearances: A few months ago, Megan shared a selfie on Instagram with the caption, “makeup by me.” Last week, following an emotional live stream where she addressed recently being shot, Megan posted a selfie rocking shimmery shadow and a full face, which Deryck confirmed was a DIY look, too. “Sis a whole glam team on her own!” he wrote. “Did her own makeup and styled her hair.” The star also did her own glam for her Guardian magazine cover in May — so, yeah, “makeup artist” should be added to her resume stat.> View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by Kellon Deryck (@kellonderyck) on Jul 27, 2020 at 7:32pm PDTLike the rest of her eager fans, we’ll be patiently awaiting the day Megan drops a tutorial — or better yet, a makeup collection or collab of her own. It’s only a matter of time before beauty brands come knocking on her door…Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
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He also talked about co-parenting since their split.
The actress and the musician met while they were filming "Midnight in the Switchgrass" in Puerto Rico.
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No matter how cordial the breakup, it always stings when you see that your ex is dating someone new — and often, the shorter the timeline, the sharper the sting. So, when Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green went their separate ways (for good this time), and Fox was spotted with music video co-star Machine […]
We can't imagine what it's like to be going through a breakup as a celebrity, forever followed by paparazzi and seeing photos of your ex with their new love, as Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox have been since announcing their split in May. That's why we're so darn impressed to hear Green describe how […]
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The special episode was meant to be a bonding experience for the adversarial father and son who have not built a bike together in over a decade.
On Tuesday, American Chopper stars Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. collaborated on their first build together in over a decade. The special episode was labeled “The Last Ride,” and was meant to be a bonding experience for the adversarial father and son. Unfortunately, things didn’t go so well. The Teutuls were commissioned to build a motorcycle for roofing supply company ABC Supply. It was supposed to be a collaboration of Teutul Sr.’s Orange County Choppers and Paul Jr. Design, however from the very outset it was clear that the elder was not interested in his son’s input. “I was hoping we were gonna get creative share in this thing, and it didn't happen,” said Paul Jr. “I was hoping we were gonna work together on it, and it didn't happen...but I'm still getting in a room with my father.” Teutul Jr.’s ideas were repeatedly shot down by his father. That being said, he was still glad he got to spend a little time working next to his father. “Anytime that my father was focused on working on the bike and it was me and him doing it, if it was as simple as putting the front end together or putting a set of forward controls on, those were the moments that I walked away feeling like a million bucks about,” said Teutul Jr. “It was the little things throughout the process of the build that meant the most to me.” While Tuetul Jr. was happy with the little bit of attention he received, fans were not. Many took to Twitter to vent their frustrations. As for Teutul Sr., he didn’t think the reunion was at all worth it. “I really didn't want to do the build, because I was afraid, again, that it was gonna affect our relationship,” he said. “And I do believe, you know, it didn't help our relationship.”
Carlson cited leaked body cam footage of Floyd’s arrest in questioning autopsy results, though he admitted that the footage proves nothing.
On Tucker Carlson Tonight Tuesday, Carlson questioned exactly how George Floyd died. Floyd was killed while in the custody of Minneapolis police officers on Memorial Day as one of the officers kneeled on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes. Floyd’s death, which sparked nationwide protests that continue to this day, was ruled a homicide in two separate autopsies. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office said Floyd died of “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint and neck compression,” while an independent autopsy commissioned by Floyd’s family concluded that he died as a result of mechanical asphyxiation. And, though both found that Floyd died by homicide, Carlson cast doubt on the cause of Floyd’s death.