ST5: Drake Addresses Pusha T & Supports That Secret Baby

 

Harvey Weinstein was indicted by a grand jury on multiple rape charges yesterday. The Manhattan DA says this brings Harvey “another step closer to accountability for the crimes of violence with which he is now charged.” Harvey did not testify yesterday, but apparently he’s claiming that he had a 10-year consensual relationship with one of his two accusers. He faces up to 25 years if he’s convicted.


A couple weeks ago, Offset was involved in a terrible car crash that could’ve killed him. Now he’s decided to award the Good Samaritan who helped save him. This man named Jamar was walking to work when he saw the accident happen. He helped pull Offset out of the wreckage and walked him to safety. Offset wanted to reward his good deed, so he bought Jamar a brand new Nissan Altima. And now Jamar doesn’t have to walk to work anymore!


John Cena and Nikki Bella called off their marriage three weeks before it was supposed to happen, but the National Enquirer is reporting that this whole thing was scripted from the VERY beginning — as in, before John dropped down on one knee and proposed at Wrestlemania. Fast forward to Nikki going on YouTube to announce that she spent what would have been her wedding day in hiding and John on the verge of tears telling Kathie Lee and Hoda how lonely he is without Nikki and wanting her back. As their source said, “That’s reality TV at its finest.”


ABC saw huge ratings with the reboot of “Roseanne” and they’re losing out on an estimated $60 million in ad revenue by canceling it. Some are suggesting doing a spinoff with all the characters except Roseanne, but because this is her intellectual property, she would benefit financially from that and nobody wants that to happen. Now there’s talk that ABC is going to try to place the actors in other shows, but it’s not necessarily out of the goodness of their hearts. It’s because they’re on the hook for those salaries!


Rather than clap back with yet another diss rap, Drake decided to address the black face photos Pusha T brought up with a statement. Drake explained, “This was not from a clothing brand shoot or my music career. This picture is from 2007, a time in my life where I was an actor and I was working on a project that was about young black actors struggling to get roles, being stereotyped and type cast.” He said the photos were meant to bring awareness to the issues that black actors faces at auditions. As far as the secret baby Pusha T rapped about, Drake didn’t comment on that. But sources told TMZ that Drake has been supporting the woman and her son financially since before she gave birth, even though he hasn’t taken a DNA test yet to prove the child is his.

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