Paris Jackson, Michael Jackson’s daughter, believes her father was murdered in what she says was a “set up.” She says, “He would drop hints about people being out to get him. And at some point he was like, they’re gonna kill me one day.”
The Sun reports that when Michael died back in 2009, he was preparing for comeback performances and despite AEG Live winning the lawsuit against his family. Paris still believes they played a part in his sudden death.
She alleges that AEG doesn’t treat their performers right and “drains them dry and works them to death.”
Netflix is bringing back the series, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy that used to air on Bravo. It ran for 5 seasons and featured the “Fab 5” New York style experts giving head to toe makeovers.
According to E Weekly, Queer Eye impacted LGBT representation on TV in that it was the strongest, if not the first, representation of LGBT people bringing their special talents to the table and making a positive impact in straight people’s lives.”
Queer Eye won the Emmy for “Outstanding Reality Program” in 2004. It generally drew heavy praise for its positive portrayal of a uniquely all-gay cast in a mainstream show.
A Texas radio station has banned Madonna’s music following comments she made during the Women’s March.
Independent confirmed that she made a speech in D.C. expressing that she was angry after the election and thought “an awful lot about blowing up the White House.”
The GM of Hits 105 said, “Banning all Madonna songs at Hits 105 is not a matter of politics, it’s a matter of patriotism. It feels wrongs to us to be playing Madonna songs and paying her royalties when the artist has shown unAmerican sentiments.”
He feels that if other stations followed his lead, it would send a strong wake up call to Madonna. People are expressing their feelings through social media, saying that the station is just using Madonna to get attention.
Madonna took to Instagram to clarify her position over her controversial speech. She insists she isn’t a violent person and it’s important to hear her message rather than taking it “wildly out of context.”