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Lindsay Lohan has found herself in some hot water for getting a little too comfortable on social media recently.
According to the Daily Mail, the actress and troubled starlet is in Paris for Fashion Week and attended a performance by Kanye West where he did his new song, “All Day.” In case you haven’t heard it yet, the lyrics for the chorus alone go like this:
How long you ni**as ball? All day, ni**a/How much time you spent at the mall? All day, ni**a/How many runners do you got on call? All day, ni**a/Swish, swish, how long they keep you in court? All day, ni**a/Take you to get this fly? All day, ni**a/Tell your P.O. how-how long you been high? All day, ni**a/You already know I’m straight from the Chi, all day, ni**a/South, south, south side! All day, ni**a
Well, she was having so much fun at the show that she posted the following caption to a picture she shared of Kanye on stage:
After realizing the error in her ways, the 28-year-old went ahead and edited her caption, replacing “#kanye&kimAlldaynigga$” with #kanye&kimAlldayn$.” But it was too late. Her followers took notice of the tweet and IG caption, and immediately asked her what the hell she was thinking. After trying to carry on and posting pictures in Paris as if the whole snafu didn’t happen, Lohan decided to put out a statement through her rep. She apologized for her mistake and said that she didn’t intend to offend since she’s ‘friends’ with Yeezy.
“She is a friend of his, it is his new song, her intention was not to offend anyone and she apologizes!”
She has since dropped any reference to the N-word in the photo’s caption.
This isn’t the first time a white actress has found herself in trouble for quoting Kanye lyrics. Gwyneth Paltrow was heavily criticized when she posted a picture backstage at Jay Z and Kanye’s Parisian Watch The Throne tour stop in 2012. In the pic, she smiled while posing next to Jay, Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, Spike Lee and The-Dream, and captioned it with “Niggas in Paris for real.” When people quickly blasted her for the tweet, she said, “Hold up. It’s the title of the song!” Paltrow’s famous friends tried to defend her, including The-Dream, who even initially claimed that he sent the tweet while drunk from her Twitter account.
It’s an interesting conversation, the whole topic of non-black people using the N-word while trying to make reference or rap to songs that have the word in it. This is especially interesting at a time when artists often encourage their audience to say the word during shows. But what we’ve learned is that what people seem to get away with at packed concerts they will get blasted on social media for if they get too comfortable…
In an interview with Telegraph, Lindsay Lohan opened up about her experience doing community service and made an interesting claim.
Lohan says she was forced to work 12-hour shifts from 4am to 4pm for four months and had a very “F’d up and inappropriate” experience. It was inappropriate “because a lot of other people were meant to do it, and they were like: ‘No, they can’t handle it. Lohan can.’ It’s different for me than it would be for other people – like, no one would really have to work at the morgue in LA and roll a body bag for Whitney Houston.”
Wait. What? Did Lindsay Lohan say she rolled a body bag for our beloved Whitney?
Lohan also mentioned that appearing on Oprah’s docuseries forced her out of New York City. It made her a target. “After the Oprah show it was kind of hard for me to be in New York,” says Lohan. “There started to be paparazzi, and I didn’t have that in New York in the beginning…Every time I left my house, they were at the corner.”
Okay guys, what do you think? Did she really handle Whitney’s body bag? Is Oprah the blame for her troubles in NYC? Sound off!
While we celebrate America’s Independence on the Fourth, we also wish these celebs born in July a very Happy Birthday.
Some women have been known to lie about their age but Wendy Williams has been forthcoming with every aspect about her personal life and age is no exception. Celebrating her 50th birthday on July 18, Williams will be checking off something on her bucket list that she’s never done but always wanted to do. The talk show host will step outside of her comfort zone and perform a 70-minute stand-up routine. Making her comedic debut at The Venetian in Las Vegas, “The Perfect Shade Of Stand Up” will feature an all-female cast that includes Joy Behar and Lisa Lampanelli.
Not all business is good for a company, especially when dirty laundry becomes public knowledge. There are many reasons why families choose to go into business together, and it’s a great way to create a dynasty. You just need to make sure it lasts, or at least avoid crazy drama during the life of the company. These family feuds could tear a brand apart, or has in the past. We’ll give the Jacksons a break on this one.
I spent last Sunday keeping up on what might be the only season of Lindsay on the OWN Network. The docu/reality show followed troubled child star turned tabloid favorite Lindsay Lohan as she struggles to get her life and career together after several very public run-ins with the law and a few stints in rehab. For some reason, I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for the ginger teenage drama queen. And the series showed that’s exactly what Lindsay is like off the set too. But when it comes to stars like “Lilo”, I feel like it’s one thing to have to go through growing pains and parents who seem two “Danny Tanner” talks past adolescence themselves even when you’re not famous. But for some reason *cough* money *cough* the media sticks to these stars and milks every scrap of a story they can find to exploit them, which makes any progress they may be making that much harder.
If you aren’t familiar with the tension between the show and the network, you may recall an interview that took the Queen Bee of media completely out of character. Oprah tells an assistant how people warned her not work to with Lilo. During the interview Oprah tells Lindsay to “cut the bulls**t”. She cautions her in a friendly but “don’t F with me way” that if Lilo wants to let the show go to just say so. She reassures her, “If that is the case, then you’re not going to be f—ing up.”
Lilo probably should have taken O up on her offer and left with some dignity. After countless episodes that barely feature the star because she isn’t willing to wake up for call time and lengthy texts to the production staff with the same excuse (“I just need this day to myself”) Oprah gave Lindsay the boot. Not to mention her shallow sobriety which left her sponsor even saying no comment and now the latest Lilo walk of shame: The Sex List.
I’m torn. On a network like VH1 Lindsay’s sloppy shenanigans would’ve been a ratings inferno giving viewers a front row seat to the downward spiral. It kind of makes me respect Oprah’s integrity to not support someone whose life doesn’t seem to be improving. At the same time rumors flew that the show was being canceled because of poor ratings (the finale pulled in only 335,000 viewers and ratings dropped a whole 52% since the show’s premiere). I can’t help but feel if Oprah was so concerned, she’d give Lilo (who is clearly failing at getting her acting career on track) another chance. But Oprah seemed more concerned about her own ruined reputation as the talk show save-a-heaux than Lindsay actually getting better. It was even said that she was offended that Lindsay was so private on the show, yet all of these stories about her partying were in the headlines all the time. It was like she caught feelings because she couldn’t get an an exclusive on the train wreck to rack in ratings for the network.
I’m not going to assume it’s necessarily a race thing as much as it was a ratings thing, but I couldn’t help but feeling like if this was Whitney Houston we would’ve gotten all the interviews she was willing to give no matter how many times she relapsed. I almost felt like Oprah felt Lindsay was just another entitled TV star and there was something very transparent about her support. Oprah treated Lindsay just like the tabloids we witnessed stalking her: Like an easy headline. And when the starlet’s mishaps failed to turn into profit, Oprah cut her loose. She wanted a big name to draw in ratings and the opportunity to say she broke through to a star that no one else could. Instead Lindsay made a cool 2$ mil by staying in her bedroom, and partying and BS’ing for most episodes. Some might say that makes her the loser, but I think it says a lot about when attempting to exploit someone goes awry.
I mean seriously: Oprah knew what she was signing up for, but when Lindsay’s diva demands didn’t turn into ratings, Oprah backed out and suddenly decided she wouldn’t or couldn’t help. I’m not saying Lindsay didn’t dig her own grave, but if people really want to help her they should do just that and not back out when their abilities get tested or when it isn’t advantageous to them.
The show in some ways says more about the Harpo honcho’s failures than Lindsay’s. People expect things when a star sits across from the media maven. There will be tears, words of wisdom, a dash of Oprah “keeping it real”, secrets revealed and revelations. It’s like Dr. Drew meets MTV Cribs. But Lindsay didn’t give Oprah that. She did exactly what she’s known for and proved that not every celeb falls into the fetal position when in Oprah’s presence. I think Oprah realized that and shut down shop before anyone else did too.
Toya Sharee is a community health educator and parenting education coordinator who has a passion for helping young women build their self-esteem and make well-informed choices about their sexual health. She also advocates for women’s reproductive rights and blogs about everything from beauty to love and relationships. Follow her on Twitter @TheTrueTSharee or visit her blog, Bullets and Blessings.
Tisk, tisk, these naughty celebrities. Everyone has had some wild times that could have ended in a visit by the po-po, but these celebrities weren’t able to wiggle their way out of those compromising positions. From violent outbursts to the downright ridiculous, these celebrities’ brushes with the law checkered the gossip pages and, admittedly, put a smirk on our faces at times. Madame Noire takes a look their trinkets from a trip to the big house with our collection of the most entertaining celebrity mugshots.
Last month, we reported on the Lindsay Lohan docu-series “Lindsay” which appeared on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network. Throughout the season, we observed Lohan struggle with sobriety, family issues and cancelling photo-shoots. Although Lohan’s behavior was met with much criticism, last night she garnered much sympathy when she revealed she suffered a miscarriage during the season. When Lindsay was asked to reflect on the what she learned during filming, she said:
“No one knows this — I had a miscarriage for those weeks I took off. I couldn’t move, I was sick. Mentally, that messes with you.”
Lohan also noted the reason why she declined to film on certain days was because of how she felt after the miscarriage. Speaking in third person, the recovering actress claimed:
“Watching this series, I just know how I felt at that moment and I can relate to that girl, which sounds kind of crazy. But I’m like, ‘Oh my god, this is really sad. Who’s helping her?’”
After the season finale, Lohan’s mother Dina apparently tweeted Oprah Winfrey: “Oprah call me.” Her tweet was shortly deleted and most likely in reference to the cancellation of her daughter’s docu-series. The Daily News relayed, Winfrey onsidered canceling the show because of the poor ratings it received. Initially, the season premiere received less than 700,000 viewers.
Lindsay never identified who would have fathered her child but did state she is filming a new film that will be in theaters in June.
Below, is a clip of Lindsay’s revelations.
What did you think of Lindsay’s season finale?
Over the years Hollywood has paid homage to some of the most influential, and sometimes controversial, women of our time and in honor of Women’s History month, we take a look at some of the best movies about these important figures.
The Josephine Baker Story
Dancer/singer Josephine Baker was the first Black woman to star in a major motion picture film and become a world famous entertainer. Known for performing the banana dance, Baker would wear the fruit covering her bottom while remaining topless. She was also known for her contributions to the Civil Rights movement. Actress Lynn Whitfield stepped into the shoes of Baker for the 1991 HBO biopic The Josephine Baker Story. Unlike most biographical films, this one dug as deep into Baker’s personal life as her public one. Whitfield took home an Emmy and an NAACP award for her role in the film.
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Being a celebrity definitely has its perks: lavish salaries, cushy dressing rooms and an arsenal of people hired to ensure your happiness, among other things. But even with all the extras some fussy celebs are just too hard to please. Their bad attitudes, outrageous demands and rude behaviors have branded them the worst of the worst celebrities to work with.
Casting directors beware! Here are 12 on-set divas who are notoriously difficult to handle on a professional level.
For some time now we’ve known about Lindsay Lohan’s docu series coming to OWN. And while people attempted to warn Oprah that Lindsay was going to cause problems for her, she forged ahead. In their “Next Chapter,” sit down, Oprah told Lohan that she believes in her talent and is rooting for her. So perhaps, in that spirit, she decided to give Lindsay an opportunity to, as Oprah would say, “tell her truth.”
But in the trailer for the series that will air this Sunday, Lohan is up to her old stunts and shenanigans, canceling shoot dates, having minor freak outs and then when Oprah’s crew asks her Sober Coach whether or not he believes Lindsay is substance free, he hesitates before simply sighing.
But ish gets real when Mama O makes a special trip to speak to Lohan about her behavior. She says:
Oprah: My truth is that I really do want you to win. I really do. If that isn’t what you want, I’m ok with that. I will tell these guys to pack up and leave today.
Lindsay: No it’s not that I’m not ready to do that. I do want to.
Oprah: You need to cut the bullshit, you really do.
Church stomp and an amen. Hopefully, Lindsay will be able to receive the message this time around.
Check out the trailer in the video below.
The series premiere of Lindsay airs Sunday, March 9, at 10/9c only on OWN.
Will you watch?