So Dr. Dre is out here tryna shutdown Michel’le’s biopic “Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le,” for depicting him as a violent boyfriend and a woman beater. Have y’all seen the trailer where Dre is acting all Ike Turner-ish in the studio with Michel’le? He grabs her by her hair, looks like he punches her in the face and even pulls a gun on her sheesh?! No ma’am Michel’le I’m sorry, I don’t know how you allowed all that, domestic abuse is never ok. But girl you’re better than me because #NoTeaNoShadeNoPinkLemonade I would’ve gone straight Keke Wyatt style on him and then threw a whole pot full of hot grease on that fool for that b.s. But any who, TMZ reported that Dr. Dre isn’t happy and denies these allegations in a cease and desist letter that his legal team sent to Sony that threatens a lawsuit if those scenes get aired. Meanwhile Michel’le is unbothered by Dre’s threats. We’ll see how this goes guy’s because the movie airs on Oct. 15th on Lifetime at 8 p.m. so check it out. But enough about that let’s move on and talk about Alicia Keys.
You guys know that Alicia Keys started this whole “no-makeup” movement recently and she’s supposedly been going makeup free right? Well guess what… Alicia Keys has been cheating to get that flawless fresh faced look. According to her makeup artist Dotti when A Key’s is judging or performing on “The Voice” she has her eyebrows filled in, enhances her freckles, has self-tanner applied to her cheeks and even adds a few lashes. I suspected this guys, ladies you know that we have tons of products that we can use to get that “no-makeup look.” Welp now the truth about her makeup sorcery is out so let’s move on and talk about Jay-Z.
Man Hov is always making major moves and now he’s producing a show for NBC about the U.S. Army’s first African-American special ops sniper, Nicholas Irving. The project will air as a six-hour miniseries based on Irving’s 2015 memoir The Reaper: Autobiography of One of the Deadliest Special Ops Snipers. Irving will be played by Sterling K. Brown (a.k.a. Johnny Cochran from the The People v O.J. Simpson). Jay-Z has also teamed up with Weinstein Co. to produce a docuseries for Spike T.V. about the story of Kalief Browder, a Bronx NY high school student who committed suicide in 2015 after doing three years on Rikers Island for allegedly stealing a backpack. “Time: The Kalief Browder Story” is a six-part series that will air in January watch out for that.