Major broadcasters, celebrities and music streaming companies including Apple Music and Spotify turned off or made changes to their services on Tuesday to mark their solidarity with protests against the killing of George Floyd.
REAL Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer was slammed by her co-star Leah McSweeney for posting “all lives matter.” Leah highlighted the remark made by Singer, captioning with an emoji of a woman holding her head, on Monday.
KIM KARDASHIAN and Kanye West ‘threaten ex-bodyguard with $10M lawsuit’ after he called the rapper ‘needy’ and ‘moody.’ The famous couple had previously threatened him with a lawsuit in 2016 and had also demanded he made a public apology.
PIERS MORGAN has been challenged by Tobias Ellwood after he accused Tory MPs of refusing to appear on GMB to defend the Government's coronavirus policies - with the Tory MP claiming he offered to just that, only to be rebuffed.
Aaron Dessner of the rock group the National took to social media Sunday to declare that he was in the rural countryside — and offer photographic evidence — after bizarrely being accused by right-wing accounts of being an "Antifa organizer caught on camera appearing to pay some kids to riot." The first tweet suggesting that […]
Six times Formula One motor racing champion Lewis Hamilton has criticised his sport for its silence on the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died after a white US police officer knelt on his neck.
Since George Floyd tragically lost his life on May 25 at the hands of a police officer, musicians have been using their platforms to express their anger, educate fans on white privilege, and call for change.
Lady Gaga took to her social media platforms to express her anger over the senseless killing of George Floyd while calling Donald Trump “a fool, and a racist.” Gaga joins Beyonce, Taylor Swift and Billie Ellish who have also called on fans to make a change.