Coincidentally, an X is also the location where Bryan Singer will reportedly be signing his name on another hefty settlement check.
Just in time for summer is the only craft ale that matters and the last one that should ever be made (can’t we just survive on Hamms and PBR tallboys and call the craft beer thing done already?). A brewery has been selling unauthorized Guns N’ Rosé ale and Axl Rose, Slash and the rest of Guns N’ Roses are not happy about it. The band is pissed, but this is a good thing, because finally rosé has that edge its soft reputation so desperately needed and GNR has the opportunity to soften their tarnished image as well. This could be a very symbiotic whale and barnacle situation, but GNR won’t let it be great and has filed a lawsuit against the brewery. I’m calling it now: Guns N’ Rosé is the BYOB of summer but you better get your hands on it fast before GNR has it pulled from shelves and the band dog piles on top of it (with Axl on the top so you can’t get a slippery grip on any cans).
Good news for Usher, who has been battling an ongoing lawsuit from an accuser that claimed he gave her herpes a few years ago after pop locking in her coochie without a condom. She was one of several who accused Usher of giving them the gift that keeps on giving. This case has been brewing in the background for quite a while with Usher constantly denying that he gave her anything at all. And now TMZ is reporting that everything has come to an amicable end, which basically means a bitch got PAID.
I’m sure the term invasion of privacy is more than just an album title at Offset and Cardi B’s house because they don’t play any games when it comes to fans trying to film them without their consent. Well, maybe not so much Cardi, who will jump in front of a camera like she’s Superman stopping a speeding train. Offset, on the other hand, not so much. And in a fighting style that he must have learned from fellow “Don’t Film Me!” Kung Fu master Conor McGregor, Offset is now in trouble with the law for attacking a fan’s phone after slapping it out of his hand at an Atlanta area Target.
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.