The rapper recently apologized for working with R. Kelly.
Meanwhile, director Peter Farrelly has apologized for pulling his penis out multiple times on set.
She plans to remove their 2013 collaboration with the singer from all streaming services.
Lifetime’s docu-series surrounding the R&B singer clearly struck a nerve with Daymond John.
The English actor’s sagacious advice has earned praise online.
The Oscar winner reportedly exposed himself and spied on the actress while she was showering.
An anonymous woman has filed a new sexual battery case against the movie mogul.
“I got married very young, but it definitely wasn’t power for me — it was protection.”
“The last thing I want to do is to be a distraction to this day. This is all about Aretha Franklin.”
He also tastelessly makes fun of her name, likening it to a menu item at Taco Bell.
The veteran actor allegedly made inappropriate and suggestive comments to numerous women, including employees of his production company and on-set staff.
Women’s advocacy group calls on Spotify to remove Eminem, Chili Peppers, and other artists accused of sexual misconduct
Spotify recently removed R. Kelly and XXXTentacion, two artists with a long history of sexual misconduct and domestic abuse, from its playlists and algorithmic recommendations.