Until today, what I knew about This Is Us could fit on the head of a pin: Milo Ventimiglia is a man named Jack(?) who could stand to wash his hair; Mandy Moore is his wife; Jack is dead; the show makes people cry and cry and cry. Now I know this: the reason that Jack died is because of a fucking Crock Pot.
Minor reality TV celebrity beef alert: the cast of Jersey Shore is apparently NOT very happy with MTV’s attempt at reinvigorating their precious franchise and they’re not gonna take it!!
The Nicki Minaj/Remy Ma beef is still cooking, and after almost four months it’s now dry as hell. It was hard to believe that it was still happening last week when it was revealed that Nicki took pointed shots at Remy in her guest verse on 2 Chainz’s “Realize” (meanwhile, Remy spoke more generally of beef in her riff…
Perhaps the only person in the world who isn’t yet tired of the Nicki Minaj/Remy Ma beef is none other than... Nicki Minaj! We are now almost four months into this war of words—the song that kicked it off, Gucci Mane’s “Make Love,” on which Nicki appeared, dropped February 23, while the sole truly stunning track of…
As sure as she can wail, Aretha Franklin can also talk piles of shit on her diva peers. Patti LaBelle, Gladys Knight, Roberta Flack, Natalie Cole, Luther Vandross, and Celine Dion are just a few of the bold-faced names who’ve felt Aretha’s wrath and/or shade. Aretha? Sometimes it’s more like A-beef-a.
The relationship between the sketch-comedy show Portlandia and In Other Words, the feminist bookstore that features prominently in the ongoing “Toni and Candace” sketch, has apparently soured. The Willamette Week reports that the bookshop placed a sign in the window that reads, “Fuck Portlandia! Transmisogyny – Racism…
It has been nine long years since Judd Apatow’s bromantic comedy Knocked Up hit theaters and for some reason, Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen are still talking about it and their “feud” that may or may not have been.
In a new profile at The Guardian, comedian Tig Notaro talks about her experience with breast cancer and the people who supported her through it—as well as the people who only seemed to be supporting her through it. And when the subject of Amy Schumer comes up, things get weird real fast.
The feud between rapper Azealia Banks and professional Alaskan Sarah Palin that erupted earlier today might be a social media throw-down reminiscent of a mix between Being John Malkovich, the Tea Party, and a future Kanye Twitter rant—but lucky for us, it’s also the gift that keeps on giving.
On Monday, Will Smith did his best polite sidestep when asked whether he preferred the first or second Aunt Viv during The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, just weeks after the former, Janet Hubert, cursed him and his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith on Facebook. Look at what money can do!
The delicious, longstanding beef between Aretha Franklin and Patti LaBelle, continues: the Queen of Soul has announced plans to ready her own soul food line to compete with Ms. Patti’s pies.
Janet Yellen must have Ralph Nader yellin’ at his assistant, am I right?
Welcome back to the time-honored tradition of watching celebrities make an asses out of themselves on social media. Thank you social media. I hate you social media.
After the 2015 MTV Video Music Award nominations were announced on Tuesday, Nicki Minaj took to Twitter to let the world know that she was nawt pleased that “Feeling Myself” and “Anaconda” had been snubbed.
Social media wars are as American as apple pie and ignoring our deeply flawed national history. Forget baseball: This is our national pastime now. On Monday this week, a reality television heavyweight went up against a scrappy young upstart in a battle that you truly have to see to believe. In this, the first…
The problem with stir-frying is the common perception that it's this simple, quick way of throwing together a good dinner. I don't really know what to make, and I'm running late getting home from work, so I guess I'll just whip up some stir-fry is the thought process that leads, inexorably, to the 5,973,221st…
Another day, another two tons of beef-meat riddled with brain-eating prions! The USDA has ordered a recall of over 4,000 pounds of beef because of a "remote" risk of mad cow disease contamination. Some of the beef—which is in the form of bone-in ribeye roasts—was being sold at Whole Foods. Just another reminder that…
Beef steaks? Sure! Beef tongue? Pushing it. Improperly labeled, un-inspected beef penis not intended for human consumption? NO THANKS. And yet, according to a lawsuit, that's exactly what a Texas supermarket repackaged and sold as just another variety of on-the-up-and-up people food.
Is it just me, or is the phrase "controversial slaughterhouse" the most terrifying combination of words in the English language? Can we get that on the books somehow? It's impressive, really.