The current state of this country is set to “boiling diarrhea pot of violent hate” (“Um, when hasn’t it been?” – you), and we got another story that falls into that category yesterday when it came out that Jussie Smollett was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack on the streets in the Streeterville neighborhood of Chicago at around 2 in the morning. Jussie was reportedly walking back to his apartment after getting something to eat when two oozing butthole pimples in ski masks attacked him, poured bleach on him, wrapped rope around his neck, and verbally hit him with racist and homophobic shit. There was a little back and forth as to whether Jussie’s attackers screamed “This is MAGA country!” at him. But the Chicago PD confirmed that during a follow-up interview with Jussie, he told them that his attackers did scream that at him, and knew he who was.
The cast and crew of Empire was told about Jussie’s attack at a meeting yesterday morning (he wasn’t there for blatantly obvious reasons), and were also told that they’re getting armed security guards while filming in Chicago.
I know some of you ungrateful hoes are going to be re-gifting the shit you got for Christmas because you don’t want it. Hell, I’m currently in the process of “re-gifting” some packages for garbage pick-up on Friday. Terrence Howard is truly in the spirit of re-gifting this holiday season since he’s proposed to his ex-wife (and partner in genius sculpture making) Mira Pak in an attempt at a do-over after their first time around didn’t go very well.
Terrence Howard Accused The Writers On “Empire” Of Bad Writing And Not Understanding His/Their Character
Terrence Howard is about to get his best friend and closest confidant, Lucious Lyon, killed if he keeps on the way he has been. Page Six talked to Terrence at the season 5 premiere of Empire and he used the opportunity to criticize the writers of the show about their lack of insight and knowledge of exactly who Lucious Lyon, his character on the show, is. Terrance says Lucious isn’t the bad guy he’s written to be, he’s actually a good guy, if only those ignoramuses who wrote the character could understand.
Apparently, Terrence Howard has a reputation as a prankster in the vein of George Clooney. Only instead of jovial fraternity shenanigans, Terrence likes to scare the shit out of people which is really surprising given his aversion to shitty undercarriages. According to Cinemablend, Fox, the network of Empire, loves Terrence so much, they’re giving him his own prank show.
Empire’s spring premiere episode aired last night, and earlier in the day, TMZ coincidentally burped up a story about how guest star Nia Long and Taraji P. Henson got along about as well as Terrence Howard gets along with an asshole that hasn’t been freshly touched by a baby wipe. Today, TMZ has burped up more details about Nia’s alleged rampage on the Empire set, and E! News has also joined in on the foolery with info of their own. This is giving me shades of Dynasty gossip, but I’m not sure who’s the Krystle and who’s the Alexis? What am I saying? Taraji is the Alexis, Dominique, Sable and Krystle. Nia is one of the party extras.
Matt LeBlanc getting moist in the tip while letting Emilia Clarke know that he can’t wait to see her naked in Game of Thrones wasn’t the only awkward moment during E!’s Emmys red carpet show. The Diane Sawyer of ants, Giuliana Rancic, talked to rectal rash Terrence Howard and his ex-third wife turned current piece Mira Pak. Giuliana should’ve taken one look at Baby Wipes’ outfit and asked him how his part-time job as a singer in a Mad Men-themed quartet is going, but she instead asked him about playing a violent trash bag on Empire.