It's been a dramatic week for celebrities, ranging from T.I. sharing what he thinks about his wife feuding with his alleged side chick to Yara Shahidi being #BlackGirlMagic personified.
See what some of your favorite famous faces had to say, below:
"I'm a man. That's women's business. [It] ain't got nothing to do with me."
"He [already] is a father, and I know for a fact that he would be an impeccable father. I definitely want to be a mom. But I don’t put the pressure on it. It’s not like, 'the clock is ticking.'"
I really like vintage clothes, I don't like wearing things everyone else wears. Of course when I have to go to premieres and stuff like that it's really fun having big designers dress me, that's when I have more fun with it. As I'm getting older, I'm venturing into fashion more but I'm still sticking with my kinda rocker-hippie vibe, I would say.
“You’ve got to win over your crowd,” he explained. “It’s not the same thing — it’s not like you can just get on stage and people know your lyrics and they care about you. You really have to win your fans over, and I thank Tory for that entire experience… When it’s my show, they know the lyrics and they’re hype. They’re running down the street to get back to your tour bus and all of those things are very, very cool. It’s definitely a different feeling that you get because these are people who are inspired by you and they really feel your music. You can see the emotion.”
“Get that s**t out of here, I hate that. Who was there for Wayne when he was having seizures and s**t? I ain't see a picture then. I don't want to see it now that you may need that conglomerate to get back. I don't want to see that now. I want to see you float on your f**king own, Nicki — best woman rapper in the world. I want to see her do it alone."
"It makes me feel superhuman because, obviously, it's been brought to my attention continuously since I was born that I'm not a conventional person because of the color of my skin or my gender or my central background. So, I think science fiction has given me the ability as an artist to be colorblind, and gender-blind, and to imagine and reinvent myself and be the chameleon actors are supposed to be."
"I did get all of my college acceptances and I'm keeping them close to the belt as of right now, but I got into every college I applied to. So that's really exciting. I found all of that out last week. My college plans are all up in the air, but I will choose within the next month."
"I’m not so bitter anymore. It’s “matter of fact” in that I’ve found myself and know now what I will, won’t, and shouldn’t tolerate. He and I have come to a good space as far as co-parenting, however. So, we’re doing great."
“I’ve been the girl on tour who eats when she can and goes along when the band wants to go out all the time. But you just can’t keep that up. You start thinking, ‘I miss feeling good! This past year, I’ve really been on my game by eating right and going to the gym. As a result, I’m focused now, and I get a lot more done.”
“What I did was I talked about a conversation that I had sat in on with a bunch of women ripping men alive. And I walked away from the conversation saying that I want y’all to know that we, as men, notice more than you think we notice. It’s just not even remotely directed at Black women. There is no way that I’m supposed to believe that a leg that skinny leads up to an a*s that goes all the way over there.”
"People have to start respecting the vagina. Until every man is fighting for our rights, we should consider stopping having sex. I love men. But evil men? I will not tolerate that. You don't deserve to be in my presence. If you're going to own this world and this is how you're going to rule this world, I am not going to contribute anymore until you change it. We have to realize our power and our magic. Because I am all about black-girl magic, even though I'm standing with all women. But this year? This year, I am so carefree black girl."
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