BILL COSBY BREAKS HIS SILENCE: Bill Cosby is breaking his silence with an interview one year after being released from prison. As previously reported, Cosby was released from prison on June 30th, 2021 after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court vacated his conviction. He was convicted of sexual assault in 2018 for drugging and molesting Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his home. Cosby's publicist Andrew Wyatt announced via Instagram that Cosby will talk to Philadelphia's WDAS-FM radio station.

KIMBERLY ELISE DRAGGED FOR CELEBRATING THE OVERTURNING OF ROE V. WADE: Actress Kimberly Elise was dragged on social media for celebrating the overturing of Roe vs. Wade. The actress wrote via Instagram, “Millions of babies will be saved from death by abortion due to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Hallelujah! #glorybetoGod.” She also shared the bible verse 139:13-14. After being dragged, Elise turned off her comments

YASMINE LOPEZ CLAIMS SHE DATED CARMELO ANTHONY WHILE HE WAS DIVORCED: Yasmine Lopez has denied dating Carmelo Anthony while he was maried to LaLa. Lopez recently confirmed that she dated the NBA star and wase upset to find out that he sent all of his side chicks the same flowers. When one person asked her, “Why are you bragging about dating Camelo Anthony when he’s a married man? You weren’t ‘dating’ him. You were his side chick.” Lopez responded, “He was divorced when we were dating. God bless you.” The commenter reminded Lopez that Melo is still legally married.

LIL DUVAL DRAGGED OVER CRITICISM OF 'P-VALLEY' SAME SEX SCENE: Lil Duval took to Instagram to comment on P-Valley's sex scene with two male actors. Duval wrote, “Yea p valley lost me. They need a super gay advisory on movies like they got for everything else. Cuz That’s a lot to see if u not use to it.” After being dragged, Duval commented, “I can watch gay people all day but i don’t wanna see them f*ck. And that’s not homophonic cuz i feel the same way about my momma. I can watch my momma but i don’t wanna see her F*CK!!!! Do y’all get it?” He added, “And no the lesbian ain’t bother me cuz I’m use to it. That what y’all missing. It’s about what you’re USE TO! you’re always gon be shocked at something you’re not use to. That’s human nature. U can’t just throw something on somebody and be offended cuz they shocked.” Patrick Ian Polk, the writer of the episode, responded, saying, “I encourage you to step away from Chucalissa. This show is not for you. Go watch something else. Cuz the gay ain't goin' nowhere.”