OPRAH WINFREY OPENS UP ABOUT BEING MOLESTED AS A CHILD: During the first episode of AppleTV+ series, The Me You Can’t See, Oprah Winfrey opened up about being molested by her older cousin as a child. The media maven started crying, saying, “At nine and 10 and 11 and 12 years old, I was raped by my 19-year-old cousin. I didn’t know what rape was. I certainly wasn’t aware of the word. I had no idea what sex was, I had no idea where babies came from, I didn’t even know what was happening to me.” She continued, “It’s just something I accepted." She added that the experience taught her "that a girl child ain’t safe in a world full of men.” She added, “The telling of the story, the being able to say out loud, ‘This is what happened to me,’ is crucial.”

ATLANTA RESTAURANT ISSUES APOLOGY AFTER NBA HALL OF FAMER DOMINIQUE WALKER ACCUSES THEM OF RACISM: This past weekend, NBA legend Dominique Wilkins took to social media to accuse a restaurant called Le Bilboquet of racism. He said, “In all my years, I’ve eaten at many of the great restaurants in the world but never have I ever been turned away because of the color of my skin until today.” The restaurant later released a statement to 11 Alive, saying, “We do our best to accommodate all of our guests. We have a ‘business casual’ dress code which includes jeans & sneakers but prohibits athletic clothing including sweat pants & tops. The definition of “casual” is ever-evolving, we strive to maintain our policy requirements daily.” The statement was later removed and later replaced with an apology, which read, “We want to apologize to Mr. Wilkins for his experience at our restaurant and also for any confusion our dress code may have caused. We in no way intended for him to feel unwanted, and welcome an open dialogue with him. Our upscale dining experience and our brand’s culture is made up of multiple elements, which include our music, our food, and our patrons’ attire. We continue to strive to manifest our dining experience in a way that is exciting and most importantly, inclusive.”

TRACEE ELLIS ROSS OPEN UP ABOUT THE PRESSURE TO GET MARRIED AND HAVE KIDS: During a recent interview with Marie Claire, Tracee Ellis Ross opened up about the pressure of getting married and having kids. When asked if she wanted a big family, she said, “Well, how could you not? I used to put myself to sleep dreaming of my wedding.” She continued, “And I would still love all of that, but what am I going to do, just sit around waiting? Shut up. I’ve got so many things to do.”