It looks like Azealia Banks has been pretty busy on the internet recently, and for the first time in a long time, it’s not because she ran someone off Instagram. Unfortunately, her online activity is the result of a messy situation. Back in October 2016, Azealia attended a party with rapper RZA at Russell Crowe’s hotel suite in Beverly Hills. An allegedly drunk Azealia was thrown out after getting violent with other guests. Azealia’s side of the story was that Russell ejected her from the party by choking her, spitting on her, and calling her the n-word.
Russell was never charged, but Azealia isn’t done. She wants to sue Russell. The only problem is, she doesn’t have the money to spend on a lawsuit. General public and random internet strangers, this is where you come in.
Usually if you were to read that someone involved with the film Precious had a big problem with Lee Daniels, you’d probably immediately picture Mo’Nique squaring up in front of her iPhone camera to deliver a “Hey my loves” for the ages. But in this version of Who Is Coming For Lee Daniels Now, the star is his former friend and mogul/investor Damon Dash.
Anyone who has seen Jamie Foxx sans-locker room towel in Any Given Sunday or those leaked pictures of his foxxy bits knows what he’s working with. But just because he could probably try to register his dick as a concealed weapon doesn’t mean he should use it as such. According to one woman, that’s exactly what Jamie did when they met back in 2002.
Two weeks ago, the trailer for the very adult The Happytime Murders starring Melissa McCarthy and plenty of rude puppets was released. It’s like The Wire taking a detour through Sesame Street. The makers of Sesame Street think the same, and they’re really upset about it.
TMZ says that Tiffany Haddish’s ex-husband William Stewart has sued her for the things she wrote about him in her 2017 memoirs, The Last Black Unicorn.
Tiffany claims in a chapter titled, “The Ex-Husband,” that she got married and divorced two times from William, although she never actually names him by name. Tiffany alleges that her ex-husband was a physically and verbally abusive monster who choked her and stalked her (she claims that in 2011, she got a restraining order against him). She also writes that her ex-husband’s mother (Elnora Daughtery) abused her son as a child, and knew he was abusing her, but did nothing to intervene. Possibly one of the heaviest allegations against her ex-husband in the book is when Tiffany alleges that his abuse caused her to lose their child she was carrying. William Stewart believes that Tiffany’s book belongs in the general fiction section of Barnes & Noble, because he claims that chapter on “The Ex-Husband” is all lies.
95-year-old comic book legend Stan Lee isn’t spending his golden years surfing daytime TV and laughing at local lawyer commercials while thinking about finally calling up that number and ordering that Dr. Ho 2-in-1 back relief belt, he’s currently spending his time fighting foes like his name was Spider-Old Man. He accused a former business associate of stealing both his moneyand his blood, denied he was being elder abused, and most recently sued his former business manager Jerardo Olivarez for $1.4 million in allegedly stolen funds.
Stan’s already got one lawsuit on his plate, and according to People, he’s added another.