Diddy To Make Gracious Offer To H&M Model?
Sean Diddy Combs reportedly wants to give some major coins to the young, Black and gifted H&M model that was recently insulted in a racist H&M ad. The mogul may offer a $1 million Sean John contract to the model, who was pictured with a “Coolest Monkey In The Jungle” shirt for the company’s UK site that sparked a racially tinged controversy, UK’s Metro reported.
The speculation about Diddy comes as LeBron James and The Weeknd have slammed the retail giant for their racist imagery. At this point, H&M is pretty much canceled when it comes to the Black community. Diddy may want to give the model the chance to be known for something other than this painful controversy. If the contract is real, then it’s good looking out Diddy.
Harvey Weinstein Reportedly Slapped Silly
An unknown man slapped Harvey Weinstein twice at a restaurant in Scottsdale, Arizona Tuesday night, TMZ reported. A viral video of the incident is making internet rounds. Why specifically did the man slap Weinstein? The disgraced Hollywood producer was hit in the name of all the women that said he sexually assaulted them. Allegations about Weinstein came to light in October and led to him being fired from his company.
Kanye West Visits NMAAHC
Mr. West is in the building! Kanye West made a surprise trip to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on Tuesday, Billboard reported. He brought his dad, Ray West along for the visit, which seems to have been a big deal to several museum visitors. His museum appearance caused quite a stir when he distracted others guests from a tour. Perhaps West will be easier to keep with this year, having maintained a low-profile in 2017.
In Memoriam: Celebrities We Lost In 2017
1. Erica Garner, 27Source:Getty 1 of 24
2. LeRoy Frasier, 80Source:Getty 2 of 24
3. Don Hogan Charles, 79Source:Getty 3 of 24
4. Combat Jack, 48Source:Getty 4 of 24
5. Mamie Johnson, 82Source:Getty 5 of 24
6. Della Reese, 86Source:Splash News 6 of 24
7. Simeon Booker, 99Source:Getty 7 of 24
8. David Cassidy, 67Source:Getty 8 of 24
9. Fats Domino, 89Source:Getty 9 of 24
10. Robert Guillaume, 89Source:Getty 10 of 24
11. Tom Petty, 66Source:Getty 11 of 24
12. Bernie Casey, 78Source:Getty 12 of 24
13. Jim Vance, 75Source:Getty 13 of 24
14. Fresh Kid Ice, 53Source:Getty 14 of 24
15. Charlie Murphy, 57Source:Getty 15 of 24
16. Chuck Berry, 90Source:Getty 16 of 24
17. James Cotton, 81Source:Getty 17 of 24
18. Joni Sledge, 60Source:Getty 18 of 24
19. Clyde Stubblefield, 73Source:Getty 19 of 24
20. Al Jarreau, 76Source:Getty 20 of 24
21. Mary Tyler Moore, 80Source:Getty 21 of 24
22. Lee "Q" O'Denat, 43Source:Getty 22 of 24
23. Bishop Eddie Long, 63Source:Getty 23 of 24
24. Roy Innis, 82Source:Getty 24 of 24