"[T]he press is evil"
Drake is really, really angry at Rolling Stone magazine and he wants the world to know it. In a series of tweets posted on his official Twitter profile, Drake goes off on a rant against RS magazine because he feels that the magazine did him wrong in this month’s issue. Drake makes it clear that he was promised the cover of the magazine and is really angry that the cover was taken away from him because Rolling Stone chose, instead, to feature the late Philip Seymour Hoffman on this month’s cover. He is also very angry about comments he apparently made to RS about Kanye West and his latest album Yeezus that were meant to be off the record but have been published in the magazine. Yeah, Drake is really pissed off. Read his rant below. More »
“This was the wrong person to put in the ring"
Remember earlier this week when we learned that rapper DMX had signed on to fight George Zimmerman in that terribly named Celebrity Boxing Match? Welp, it ain’t gonna happen. The fight promoter announced the news on Twitter today that he has decided to call the whole thing off. It sounds like the promoter is having second thoughts about putting on an event where Zimmerman is referred to as a “celebrity” so he has decided to just cancel the whole thing altogether. Click below to read what the promoter had to say about the fight cancellation. More »
"[N]othing he says or writes can change the truth."
Last night Woody Allen published an open letter response to the open letter that daughter Dylan Farrow published last weekend that described the sex abuse she suffered at the hands of her father 21 years ago. Just a short time ago, Farrow issued an open letter response to her father’s response letter. It’s clear that Dylan was prepared to respond to her father’s official statement and was ready to refute his refutations regarding her abuse allegations. Click below to read Dylan‘s response letter, which she issued to The Hollywood Reporter, in full. More »
Posted under: Dylan Farrow, Woody Allen
"Of course, I did not molest Dylan."
Just one day short of a week since Dylan Farrow published an open letter in the New York Times wherein she described in some detail the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her father Woody Allen, Allen has released an open letter of his own in response to the allegations also published in the NY Times. Earlier in the week, we heard from Woody Allen‘s lawyer and publicist who spoke out in his defense as well as his son Moses Farrow who also spoke out in his defense. At last, we hear from Allen himself … in his own words. Presented below is the full text of Woody Allen‘s open letter response to Dylan‘s letter. As you can read for yourselves, Allen takes great pains to defend himself from the allegations that he sexually abused his daughter and makes clear that this is the last time he will address this matter. Dylan had her say, now Woody has his. More »
“We got it, we considered it, we ultimately decided not to use it”
A week ago tomorrow, Dylan Farrow published an open letter in the New York Times where she described in some detail the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her father Woody Allen. Today we learn that the LA Times newspaper was offered the letter first for publication but they decided NOT to publish the letter in their paper. No real explanation has been given as to why Farrow‘s letter was rejected but considering the firestorm of attention it generated, it seems like a bad move on their part to choose not to publish the letter. Additionally we learn today that the New York Times is considering publishing an open letter response to Farrow‘s letter written by Woody Allen himself. The NYT says it has been approached by Allen and they are seriously considering publishing his letter. More »
"Of course Woody did not molest my sister"
Earlier today we read the tweet that Mia Farrow posted on her Twitter profile in the wake of the release of daughter Dylan Farrow‘s open letter publicly accusing her father Woody Allen of sexual abuse. Right now we learn that Dylan‘s brother Moses Farrow has come out in support of Woody that he never molested Dylan. In a new interview with People magazine, Moses explains that mother Mia tried to convince her children to hate Woody Allen and concocted the abuse allegation as payback for Allen‘s relationship with her daughter Soon-Yi. As expected, this family drama is getting more complicated as members of this family begin to take sides and speak out publicly about their positions. Click below to read what Moses Farrow has to say about sister Dylan Farrow‘s sex abuse allegations. More »
"[I]t's about her truth"
In the wake of the release of Dylan Farrow‘s open letter describing the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her father Woody Allen, we have heard responses from Allen‘s attorney and publicist and reactions from actors Cate Blanchett and Alec Baldwin (who were among a small number of actors who have worked professionally with Allen and were name-checked by Farrow in her letter). Today we learn that Dylan‘s mother Mia Farrow has also issued a response to her letter in a post on her official Twitter profile. Click below to read what Mia has to say in the wake of the release of daughter Dylan‘s powerful letter. More »
That-Ish-Cray Of The Day
The year’s just getting started and we’ve already got a That-Ish-Cray story that’ll definitely go down infamy. So, many of you may not know this, but I am a little bit obsessed with Game. I don’t talk about him too often on the blog, but OMG I used to have that Old English track on repeat! I also got into his reality show for a while (Marrying The Game), which is right around the time I started crushin’ on him more than is probably appropriate. Game was one of many celebrities to speak out against the Zimmerman acquittal, which is probably why he’s volunteered to beat the shizz out of Trayvon Martin‘s murderer. Folks, I want to laugh, but I can’t even deal… Click inside for more.
Posted under: The Game, Trayvon Martin
Water was thrown, Shizz got Real
Earlier today we learned that a LOT of music heavy-hitters either performed or attended Clive Davis‘s annual Pre-Grammy Gala here in LA last night … and right now we learn that last night’s festivities were NOT without a huge bit of drama. For some unknown reason, Sharon Osbourne got into a HUGE fight with Jonah Hill‘s brother Jordan Feldstein during the dinner portion of the gala last night and things got so explosive that Sharon started throwing food and water (and whatever else was within reach) at Feldstein, causing him to run away from the table (as you may know, Jonah Hill was bizzy in NYC last night hosting Saturday Night Live, so he missed the action here in LA). I mean, it’s no secret that Sharon Osbourne has a bad temper but that she would start throwing shizz at someone at the dinner table at such a huge event is kinda crazy … no? Click below and see photos of Sharon actually throwing water on Jonah‘s brother. More »