This is not a photo of R. Kelly illustrating on two fingers the number of dollars he has left to his name, because he can only dream of holding that much wealth in his back pocket. R. Kelly’s financial situation is as broke as his morals and he’s reportedly got a balance of negative $13 in his bank account. Yep, lucky negative thirteen. It’s a beautiful poetic justice when vengeance is served fast and right where it hurts the most. In this case not the balls but the bank account. I think we’d all have settled for balls, but bank account will do if a swifty to the nuts isn’t possible.
BBC Radio 2 has apparently quietly dropped Michael Jackson‘s song catalog from airing on the station ahead of the premiere of the two-part documentary Leaving Neverland, which starts airing on HBO tonight and on Channel 4 in the UK on Wednesday. Leaving Neverland, in case you don’t already know, shows the sad and fucked up account of the abuse that MJ allegedly afflicted upon James Safechuck and Wade Robson when they were children. That documentary has caused BBC radio to ban all things recorded by the singularly sparkling gloved one.
You wouldn’t think Terry Crews would ever have to prove he’s the bigger man in any situation. I mean just look at the size of him! But he’s been doing it all the same, over and over again on Twitter by championing the cause of victims of sexual assault and tackling toxic masculinity head-on. I didn’t mean to make a sportsball reference, but since Terry used to play in the NFL, I’m going to let it stand. Ever since Terry filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against talent agent Adam Venit during the peak of the #metoo movement, some spectacularly ashy individuals have been coming at him from all directions, mocking him, and challenging his masculinity. And he’s fighting back.
This really isn’t the time in life to criticize anything that has to do with sexual harassment because the pervs are being roasted like chestnuts over an open fire. And speaking of nuts, guess who’s come back to dribble words of crazy from his lips? William Shatner! And he’s bringing us a real doozy this time and it all began with a few tweets about a classic Christmas song.
I always need an internal Hazmat Cleanup when I see or hear the words Harvey Weinstein, and the above effigy created by Edenbridge Bonfire Society that was burned moments later, barely takes the edge off of the disgust his name and image invoke. He has become synonymous with that festering pile of abandoned trash floating on a barge in New York Harbor. This latest Harvey garbage isn’t any less biohazard producing than any other, and it has an extra layer of grossness to it. Apparently Harvey dragged Jennifer Lawrence into his bad acts, claiming that he had sex with her, while in the act of attempting to rape a woman who has now filed a lawsuit against him. Continue reading
This morning, that giant CBS eye got an edible arrangement from the NBC peacock as a thank you for making everyone temporarily forget the Matt Lauer-lead sleaziness and grossness that has gone down there. Because of the alleged Harvey Weinstein of television, Les Moonves, Charlie Rose, that 60 Minutes producer, and the showrunner of NCIS: New Orleans, CBS seems to be a cesspool of ickiness, and that cesspool got bigger last night when The New York Times reported that Eliza Dushku was written off the show Bull after complaining about how its star Michael Weatherly and others made gross sexual comments toward her on the set. CBS ended up paying her $9.5 million, which is roughly what she would’ve made if she stayed on the show. Not-So-Fun Fact: Bull is loosely based on Dr. Phil, and Dr. Phil is a producer on the show. See, nothing good comes from Dr. Phil!