Cardi B’s lawyers are busy, because not only are they trying to get her the trademark to “Okurrr,” they’re also going after bloggers who claim part of her money moves include selling coked-up cooch.
Just last week Diva Queen of Glitter Butterflies and Sugar Plum Unicorns, Mariah Carey, put to bed a lawsuit with her former manager Stella Bulochnikov. Looks like Mariah missed the festive rush of legal battles because she is back in one again, but this time around she’s the one doing the suing.
Y’all I can’t dance for shit, which is why when I was younger and I would see Alfonso Ribeiro do the Carlton Dance on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air I would feel better about my lack of rhythm. Little did I know that all the while he was dancing his way to a trademark because now, with the knowledge that Epic Games has been using his signature dance as a downloadable ’emote’ for their hit game Fortnite Alfonso is ready to sue them for copying his moves to make money.
Let’s be honest, there should be several ongoing lawsuits between Gene Simmons and whatever plastics factory is responsible for that hair. But right now he’s got one lawsuit and it’s serious. TMZ is reporting that Gene Simmons is currently being sued by a woman who alleges he touched her inappropriately at his Rock & Brews restaurant.
Quite a few of the allegations against human-shaped nightmare Harvey Weinstein happened outside the statute of limitations. But some didn’t, like those from Paz de la Huerta. In November, Paz came forward with two allegations of rape, and was working with the NYPD. Now Paz has decided to take it one step further by filing a lawsuit against Harvey.
This season of America is so wild, y’all. Did you catch last week’s episode where President Trump was holding a press conference and Jim Acosta from CNN asked him a few pointed questions, so Trump sent in an intern to take his microphone away and then revoked his press credentials? Then had his press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders try to make it seem like it was because Jim had “placed hands” on the intern by posting a video they got from a fringe, right-wing conspiracy website, which one of Trump’s attorneys later confirmed to had been “not altered” but “sped up“? That shit was BANANAS. Well, this week’s episode is just as crazy. CNN and Jim are suing Donald, Sarah, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, the Deputy Chief of staff, the Director of the Secret Service, and an individual secret service officer.