Public Figures

Right-wing talk show host Wayne Dupree, who has repeatedly downplayed the COVID-19 vaccine, recently admitted he has been "battling COVID-like" symptoms over the course of several days.

After actor and comedian Anthony "A.J." Johnson's widow gave an emotional plea for financial help following her husband's death, donations have poured into the GoFundMe account she initially suggested wasn't getting enough support.

Our prayers are currently with media maven Wendy Williams as she simultaneously battles COVID-19 while also getting her mental health in order after being admitted into a NYC hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.

Rapper Nicki Minaj said she tested positive for COVID-19, advised her millions of Twitter followers to not be "bullied" into getting vaccinated and shared a horrific story/conspiracy theory about a family friend becoming "impotent" with "swollen testicles" as a result.

A viral video of a speech Rudy Giuliani gave during a dinner commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks suggests he may have had too much to drink or even be drunk -- very drunk, in fact.


"The Activist," an upcoming CBS reality TV show featuring activists competing on social media for likes and shares where the winner gets their cause backed by world leaders while the losing causes just lose, is ironically not being greeted warmly on social media.

In an indication of how strong the drugs were that likely killed comedian Fuquan Johnson, Kate Quigley -- the one person who survived the overdoses -- is having problems staying "lucid," her mother said.

Rapper 50 Cent did nothing to help his reputation of being an insensitive opportunist when he reacted to the news that actor Michael K. Williams died by using his death to help bring attention to the latest episode of his TV show, "Raising Kanan."

A new report suggests that Rev. Jesse Jackson's wife is not making as speedy a recovery as her civil rights icon husband following the couple being hospitalized last weekend after they tested positive for COVID-19.


Herschel Walker registered to vote in Georgia on Aug. 17, listing an Atlanta home owned by his wife, before officially launching his campaign this week.

Baker will officially be laid to rest on November 30, becoming the fifth woman and first entertainer to be honored with a Panthéon burial.