It’s not The Good Life for CeeLo Green, at least this week… After CeeLo made ignorant comments about rape on Monday, TBS has officially pulled the plug on his reality show.
Current Category: Controversy
Days after pleading no contest to a felony drug charge stemming from the 2012 incident in which he allegedly date raped a woman, CeeLo Green stated on Twitter it isn’t rape “if someone is passed out.”
Simmons took to Facebook to offer an apology for his remarks. But a worldwide Kiss boycott was already underway, and continues to build.
Paramount Pictures’ Australia marketing office made a pretty major gaffe last night by tweeting a questionable promo poster for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The picture’s since been deleted, but the studio hasn’t apologized.
Tim McGraw is now speaking for himself about controversially hitting a female fan across the face during an Atlanta concert earlier this month. See what he said and tell us whether you think it clears a few things up or is only making matters worse for the country superstar…
Orange is the New Black‘s Jason Biggs stirred up some controversy on social media today for his tweet about the downed Malaysia Airlines plane. See what he said and how his subsequent responses seemed to make matters worse.
Earlier this month, we were applauding Man v. Food‘s Adam Richman for working toward charitable causes. Now? I don’t even know what to say about his Instagram outburst, in which he called on a “c**t” and told another to kill herself.
Well-placed pageant sources accuse new Miss USA Nia Sanchez of manipulating the system to win a state title in a less competitive region than her home state, California.
The Washington Redskins name controversy takes an intriguing new turn when a current NFL star (and future member of the Hall of Fame) speaks out against the term “Redskin.”
On Lifetime’s new show Little Women L.A. two different Britney Spears impersonators got into a tiff at a pool party over whether or not the word is offensive. What’s the history of the word, and why is it so offensive?