Nicki Minaj has reportedly set her sights on a new management deal, after parting ways with her latest team.
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Joy Reid joins the chorus of detractors slamming Nicki Minaj for decrying establishments and events that require COVID-19 vaccination.
As we reported here, the ‘Pills N Potions’ performer stirred quite the polarizing response when she took to Twitter Monday (September 13) to not only confirm her absence from the 2021 VMAs was due to a positive COVID diagnosis but that she has no desire to take the vaccine until she can do ‘more research.’ Because an increasing number of events (including the Met Gala from which Minaj was also absent) are requiring attendees to be vaccinated, the GRAMMY nominee alluded to the requirement being the reason she won’t be seen out until next year.
Her rant, perceived by some as anti-vax, was deemed irresponsible by many who believe she wields strong influence over her fanbase. Among the critics was Reid who took to her MSNBC show, ‘The Reid Out,’ Monday night to air out her grievance with the popular rapstress.
Hear her stinging commentary inside, where Minaj’s response also awaits…
For fashionistas and fashion forward fellows, “fashion’s biggest night out” – better known as the Met Gala – is easily the most wonderful time of year.
A designer costume party that doubles as a fundraising event for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City, the outing is an annual assembly of Hollywood’s “who’s who” to show off some truly outrageous and over-the-top ensembles courtesy of top named and well respected designers. As history has seen jaws dropped courtesy of gowns adorned by the likes of Rihanna, Beyonce, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, and many more, 2021’s exhibition – christened ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion’ – promised no different.
With GRAMMY winner Billie Eilish, tennis pro Naomi Osaka, and designer Tom Ford acting among the event’s co-chairs, look below to see how they – and all the other big-named guests – turned heads with amazing their threads Monday night (September 13).
It’s arguable that ‘Queen Sugar’ ratings took a noticeable dip between the finale of its fourth season and premiere of its fifth due an extended, year-and-a-half absence from screens.
Luckily, fans didn’t have to wait nearly as long for the kick off of the critically acclaimed series’ sixth swing at bat, which premiered September 7 (just five months after its predecessor waved farewell to viewers).
While stability proved to be an upside of the swift return, the figures attached to the season 6 premiere still rank as the show’s lowest to date.
Blackpink‘s Lisa is ready to make a name for herself.
For, the multi-talented artist has just performed the first live showing of her new song ‘Lalisa’ on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’
Clad in a cream sequence top and white pants, she delivered the bouncy track with some choreography by her background dancers. The performance also included a brilliant light display.
Recently, Lisa released her two-song project, ‘Lalisa,’ which feature the title track as well as a track called ‘Money.’ Two instrumental tracks were also included with the project.
With the release of her solo music, she is now the third member of Blackpink to share solo material.
Watch her blaze the stage with ‘Lalisa’ below…
‘Starships’ hitmaker Nicki Minaj rocketed to the top of Twitter’s trending list Monday evening (September 13) after confirming she will NOT be in attendance at the night’s highly anticipated Met Gala due to restrictions against people who have not received the COVID-19 vaccination.
Beyonce and JAY-Z sparkle in celebration of their love in a brand new commercial for Tiffany & Co.
Directed by Emmanuel Adjei, the short film – which is aptly christened About Love – forms part of the power couple’s seismic partnership with the iconic jeweler.
Doting on one another, the clip sees Bey sing ‘Moon River’ from 1961 classic ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ as Jay watches on.
The multifaceted campaign comprises digital, print, and visual activations over the course of a year.
As reported, the pact will also see The Carters and Tiffany’s donate a whopping $2 million to HBCUs.