Good morning everyone! It’s a beautiful day here in Brooklyn, New York. The sun is out, my Echo Dot just informed that the high today is 78 (a perfect summer temperature), and I’m getting ready to pour a cup of coffee and rip open a cup of yogurt. (I eat Siggi’s plain, which is gross for like 5-8 days at which point…
Leslie Jones opened up (sort of) to Conan O’Brien on Wednesday about the secret boyfriend she’s “kind of” seeing, saying, “It’s a secret, so I don’t want everybody bothering him, you know what I’m saying?”
Jay Pharoah appeared on Hot 97's Ebro in the Morning to discuss his stint on Saturday Night Live, from which he was fired last year. In his telling, there were many reasons—he refused to do skits that involved him wearing a dress, for one, and was generally unwilling to go along with everything the writers threw his…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Ashley Tisdale is over it, Leslie Jones twirls on the haters and Lisa Ling returns to the scene of the crime.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Abigail Breslin lives the single life, Martha Stewart lives the Shanghai life and Leslie Jones is living the life.
After telling the award ceremony’s accountants to protect her Twitter account during Sunday night’s Emmys, Olympics fan and occasional Ghostbuster Leslie Jones met woman fan and [presumed] occasional ghoster John Mayer.
During the most stuffy, requisite segment of the Emmys—when the accountants fulfill their obligation to appear on stage to explain how the voting ballots work—Leslie Jones hi-jacked their speech to talk about Twitter trolls.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Hillary is with her (Leslie), Brandi Glanville learns a lesson and oh, isn’t Ryan Reynolds funny.
Leslie Jones has become the target of hackers, who went on her website to share racist memes, her driver’s license and passport information, and private naked photographs. It’s a bewildering and terrible outcome to a saga that all started with... well, wait. Where did it start again?
Following the hack that revealed personal information and photos about Leslie Jones on her own website, TMZ reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into the case.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Neil deGrasse Tyson is a smart one, Leslie Jones gets some love and does T-Pain not poop?
Comedian and actress Leslie Jones is reportedly the victim of a deeply invasive and dangerous hack that, along with the usual (but no less abhorrent) racist memes, has exposed her driver’s license and passport information, along with several private naked photographs of the Ghostbusters star on her own website.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Leslie Jones’ running commentary continues to make the 2016 Olympics better and more interesting, Lindsay Lohan cooks something disgusting, and comedian Cameron Esposito tweets a statement about fellow comedian and former Inside Amy Schumer writer Kurt Metzger.
Is Leslie Jones still interested in the 2016 Rio Olympics, or is she kind of like “whatever, this shit is boring, I’m going to go make some scones, do you want one?”? Let’s take a look.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Leslie Jones is headed to Brazil, Bachelor villain Chad Johnson overshares, and Ivanka Trump seems unfazed by recent events.
In today’s Tweet Beat, no one is happy with Donald Trump, Leslie Jones preps for the Olympics, and Brie Larson meets an idol.
After her patriotic tweets inspired a nation to turn their eyes away from Michael Phelps’ fascinating decision to start cupping, Leslie Jones announced on Twitter on Monday that she would be flying down to Rio to get paid to share her brilliant thoughts with an even wider audience. This is a particularly nice turn of…
Here is a good reminder that for every retrograde racist fucktoid on the internet, there is very likely a small child somewhere with a good heart who knows how to see through the retrograde racist fucktoid bullshit. A fan named Julian, 8-9 years old, sent Leslie Jones a nice note that accurately names the ire she’s…
Are you excited for the Olympics? Is your name Leslie Jones? No? Well then SIT DOWN. Because no one, and I mean no one, is more excited about the Olympics than Leslie Jones. Not the athletes competing. Not the network executives making a bundle in ad revenue. No one.