Aoki Simmons Calls Out Her Father Russell Simmons For Being Thirsty Over Chanel Iman On The Gram.

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Aoki always keeps it real!

Russell Simmons was outchea being thirsty on the gram.

Russell was spotted in the comment section of one of Chanel’s thirst traps hitting her with the ‘Hey Chanel’  misspelling her name Channel.

Russell has a history of chasing after young models. This time Russell was a bit too sloppy.

That’s when things went left.

Aoki calls out her father Russell on the gram for embarrassing her.  Russell responds to his daughter did not help the situation at all…  Russell says, “Aoki that’s your sister and my buddy. Don’t make a scene.”

And… Aoki is completely right in this situation.

Whispers it is best to hit the DM so you want get caught.



Angelina Jolie says Vanity Fair Account Of How She Cast Child Actors Is Completely False.

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A few days ago Actress Angelina Jolie under fire after revealing cruel method used on Cambodian children for the casting of her new film…

Vanity Fair’s description of how Jolie cast her upcoming Netflix film about surviving the Cambodian genocide, “First They Killed My Father,” was slammed by critics who called the process “deliberate emotional abuse” and “cruel and unnecessary.”

In finding children to act in the film adaptation of Loung Ung’s 2000 memoir, Jolie “looked at orphanages, circuses, and slum schools, specifically seeking children who had experienced hardship,” Vanity Fair’s Evgenia Peretz wrote.

“In order to find their lead, to play young Loung Ung, the casting directors set up a game, rather disturbing in its realism: They put money on the table and asked the child to think of something she needed the money for, and then to snatch it away,” Peretz wrote. “The director would pretend to catch the child, and the child would have to come up with a lie.

Here’s an update on the situation.

On Sunday, Jolie and producer Rithy Panh issued statements, via Netflix, disputing Vanity Fair’s portrayal and defending how the film was made.

“I am upset that a pretend exercise in an improvisation, from an actual scene in the film, has been written about as if it was a real scenario,” Jolie said in a statement. “The suggestion that real money was taken from a child during an audition is false and upsetting. I would be outraged myself if this had happened.”

T.C. Carson On Being “Too Black, Too Strong” For “Living Single” Producers On ‘The Ed Lover Show’.

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T.C. Carson talks about doing “Living Single” for four seasons, and why they let him go before the show ended half a season later. He talked about the ongoing battle between the actors and the producers of the show- which has occurred on virtually every black sitcom set there ever was -and how that made him the target to be let go first.

Click Here to listen.

Nick Cannon On Co-Parenting, ‘King Of The Dancehall’ | The View


Nick Cannon talks about his new movie ‘King Of The Dancehall’ on The View.

Here’s quick details on the movie:

Nick Cannon comes to YouTube Red on Wednesday with his new movie, King of the Dancehall. He wrote, directed, executive produced and starred in the film, which follows his character, Tarzan, as he moves from Brooklyn, New York, to Jamaica. That’s where he falls in love — both with a girl and with dance. That love takes on a new meaning when Tarzan discovers his mother needs money to pay for an operation, so he enters a $10 million dance-off. Busta Rhymes and Whoopi Goldberg co-star in the flick, which comes to the streaming service on Aug.

Watch the sneak peek Here.

Watch Nick’s interview below.

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