I hope you all understand that there’s no other King of R&B besides Usher, and he laid claim to that title with a proclamation that made all others bow down to lick the dust from his footprints as he strutted his way to Las Vegas. Currently, the King of R&B holding court at Park MGM during his My Way the Las Vegas Residency, but he has no problems sharing the spotlight for a few seconds. Over the long Labor Day weekend, Usher decided to give a few rose petals to fellow performers Tevin Campbell and Anita Baker, just as long as they understood they could only be allotted a few moments of his shine since the King will NEVER allow anyone else to come for his crown.
Hear ye, hear ye, ladies and gentlemen! For Usher, your forever reigning King of R&B, has a message for any peasant awaiting his turn in the Verzuz arena; it ain’t happening! Primarily because he understands who he is as an artist with an inflated ego. While many heavy hitters like John Legend, Alicia Keys, and Queen of Cosplay Ashanti have all done a Verzuz battle, where they face off with another artist, Usher has no time to descend from his throne for such foolishness. And, according to him, nobody can match him equally in a battle because he is The Best and to hell with all the rest.
Today, we must finally rip the title of “R&B King” away from Bobby Brown and rightfully hand the bouquet of flowers and sash to Usher, because he’s tired of everyone not putting respect on his name when it comes to who the true King is. And since he’s been singing and spinning across stages since before he was old enough to drive Usher demands his subjects give him the title now and bury this topic once and for all.
Jason Derulo supposedly has a huge dick and he’s got some balls too, because he decided to fight two random men, in public, on camera, in Las Vegas because one of them yelled, “Hey Usher, fuck you, bitch!” I guess Jason Derulo was not amused with being called the name of an alleged STD spreader. And he lost it.
CBS finally realized that their idea for a Shark Tank-style competition show for humanitarians was a shitty one. I’m shocked. If only there was a charity out there that could help me with the rehabilitation needed to recover from this news. But I’ll have to wait to see if any such charity is mentioned in the upcoming documentary The Activist: This Was A Terrible Idea For A Reality Show.
Julianne Hough Is “Deeply Listening” To All The Criticisms Of Her New Competition Series “The Activist”
It seems that Julianne Hough really did some soul-searching–AKA: danced like no one was watching while chanting out cheery affirmations to the sun–because she’s had a long hard think about her upcoming reality competition show The Activist on Parmount+. The show is like if the Hunger Games only picked activists and only one of them got to save somebody at the end. It has gotten a lot of backlash and Julianne would like you to know that she’s listening.