TIFFANY HADDISH SAYS 'GIRLS TRIP' CAST IS WRITING SEQUEL AFTER STUDIO SAID THEY WANTED TOO MUCH MONEY: In a recent interview, Tiffany Haddish revealed that the cast of Girls Trip is actually writing the sequel themselves after the studio suggest that they wanted to be paid too much money to star in the sequel. According to The Jasmine Brand, she said, “We might decide not to even make it ‘Girls Trip.’ Maybe we’ll do a different story just in case no one wants to make ‘Girls Trip 2."” She added, “We’re trying to make that happen. We’re trying to get everything together. You know, the schedules, I think they’re working on some things so, yeah. I don’t know where the girls are going but we’re going somewhere. The girls are coming back!” Girls Trip was released on July 21, 2017, and brought in more than $100 million in the box office.

DAVE CHAPPELLE SAYS HE IS NOT SURE THE CORONAVIRUS IS REAL: During a recent live with photographer Mathieu Bitton on Instagram Live, Dave Chappelle said that he is not sure that the coronavirus is even a real thing. When asked if he knew anyone that caught the virus, he said, “I’m ducking something, that i don’t even.. i don’t even know if this s**t exists.”

MIGUEL NUNEZ JR. ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY STEALING GROCERIES: Miguel Nunez, Jr. — known for his role in Juwanna Mann and currently stars on BET's The Family Business, was arrested after being accused of stealing $200 worth of groceries from Ralphs in Los Angeles. According to TMZ, Miguel went to pay for groceries and his credit card declined and instead of paying another way, he took his groceries and left. He returned a few days later and police were called. After being put under a citizen’s arrest, the LAPD officers arrived and arrested him but couldn’t bring him to the police station. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, no one is being jailed for minor offenses. So he was reportedly given a ticket and sent home. Nunez told the site that he got tired of waiting on the long line and left the supermarket with the intention of returning and paying foring the groceries. When he returned, he was stopped by the store manager and told that’s not how things work. He wrote via Instagram, “To All. Follow The Rules. You can’t take your groceries and try to come back to pay later. NO Celebrity Priveleged…If you’d like to contribute to my next order — Cashapp me.”