Contradicting Her Own Tell-All Book; Omarosa Say She Heard Trump 'N-Word Tape

"Hearing it changed everything for me," former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman said. Manigault Newman was referring to what she calls the "N-word tape" — a long-rumored but never surfaced tape of Donald Trump on the set of The Apprenticeallegedly using the racial slur. In her interview with NPR, Manigault Newman claims to have heard the tape and heard Trump using that slur on the tape. But that's not what it says in her tell-all book, Unhinged, due out on Tuesday. When asked by Martin about the discrepancy during the interview, Manigault Newman insisted Martin must not have read the book (she had) and pointed to a section at the very end of it. But in that section, Manigault Newman doesn't actually describe hearing the tape. She writes of calling one of her "sources" who had a lead on the "N-word tape." Incredibly, this person - who shall remain nameless - picked up the phone. We spoke. On this phone conversation, I was told e…

David Duke the former Grand Wizard of the KKK is afraid that Spike's 'BlacKkKlansman' will make him look like an idiot

Instead of Just a Racist

The man who inspired Spike Lee’s new movie, BlacKkKlansman, says that the man he conned forty years ago—none other than the KKK’s Grandwizard David Duke—is concerned that the critically acclaimed new film might make him look stupid.

The film, already considered to be one of Lee’s best in recent years, follows the journey of Ron Stallworth, Colorado Springs’ first black police officer, as he infiltrates the KKK. In an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt, Stallworth shared that Duke recently hit him up on the phone to talk about the movie.

When asked if that was a fair description of how Duke is portrayed in BlacKkKlansman, Stallworth responds, “in some areas, yeah. Spike made him look kind of stupid.” “But he was stupid in how this whole thing transpired 40 years ago,” Stallworth said. “For me, 40 years ago, with a high school diploma and 20 college credit hours, to con him the way I did and make a fool up out of him, it was funny back then. It’s still funny to me no…

WeHo Wants Trump’s Walk Of Fame Star Gone For Good

But It's Not Up To Them! The Resolution urges the city of Los Angeles and Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove the star “due to [Trump’s] disturbing treatment of women and other actions”

The West Hollywood City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday night urging that President Donald Trump’s star be removed from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

City officials voted on the measure just weeks after Trump’s star, placed in 2007, was obliterated by a vandal wielding a pickax. The tourist site has been vandalized several times since the president took office, and the most recent incident has set off discussions over whether the star should be taken away permanently due to the president’s divisive rhetoric.

The star isn’t in West Hollywood, which has no power over it, but the resolution urges the city of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to take action.

“Getting a star is a privilege; it’s not a right,” West Hollywood’s Mayor Pro Tempore John D’Amico, who jointly p…

Future serves up Beaujolais as Sommelier in StubHub Commercial

Rapper Future makes a surprise appearance as the sommelier at a fancy restaurant and cautions a nervous boyfriend that the gift he had planned for Trish’s birthday won't impress. 

While expertly pouring a Beaujolais, Future shows how easy it is to get VIP tickets to sold out events through the ticket app.

Just a few weeks ago, Hendrix pulled up in a brand-new commercial for StubHub, which, if you didn't know, is an online ticket exchange company.
In the new advert, the Atlanta rapper, who dropped his Beast Mode 2 mixtape earlier last month, plays the role of a Sommelier at an upscale restaurant. 

The scene begins with a young man contemplating a date with his girlfriend for whom he's just bought an ankle bracelet. 
For his appearance in the clip, Future maintains an extra calm demeanor as he pours out some expensive wine and gives the guy a bit self-serving advice.

"It's Trish's birthday," Future says after pulling up to the young dude's table. "A fine…

Gone Glamping!

Glamping: Glamours Camping... For the Strickland family, summer vacation means reconnecting with nature. "The one thing I loved when we first got here is that they kicked off their shoes and ran to the grass," Amy Strickland said of her kids. "So it was like getting out of that concrete jungle and getting the nature element back in your life." Strickland and her kids Madison and Jackson, who are experienced campers, decided to try something new for Madison's fourteenth birthday: they went on an indulgent retreat in the shadow of an iconic skyline. They went glamping. Glamping, or glamorous camping, provides the comforts of a hotel in the middle of nature's beauty. Remarkably, one of the newest glamping sites looks out on some man-made wonders: the skyscrapers of Manhattan.

"Each of the Journey tents either has two single beds or a full bed inside -- full electricity, lots of places to plug in your gadgets, phones," said Collective Retreats CEO Peter…

LeBron James has one more career-defining moment ...

“We are going to be that groundbreaking school that will bea nationally recognized model for urban and public school excellence.” 

The first day of school for the LeBron James Family Foundation's I Promise School ended with a celebration that brought more than 1,000 supporters to 400 West Market St. in Akron. The Goodyear blimp circled above, music played and banners flew for the partners that helped build the school, ranging from the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., which provides mentors and sponsors STEM programs and to Project LEARN,  a nonprofit that offers GED classes for adults. A Cleveland children's choir, the Singing Angels, also performed. "This is the culmination of years of work and dedication to creating generational change through education," said Master of Ceremonies David Lieberth, a former Akron deputy mayor and advisory board member of the family foundation.

The I Promise School was created through a partnership between Akron Public Schools and the …