It's been a dramatic week for celebrities, ranging from Lamar Odom's revelation about being caught doing drugs to RuPaul reading privileged straight women who exploit gay men for entertainment purposes.
See what some of your favorite famous faces had to say, below:
"I was hiding it for a while, but then I got frustrated and was like, f**k it. Around two years before we split up [in 2011], I was in the man cave and she had made for me and she caught me. She was disappointed. So was I. The sad thing about it is, I don't know if I was disappointed because I was actually doing the drug or because she caught me."
"I feel like there's a lot of backlash to reality TV and I do understand, as a mother, why there may be such, but I think what viewers need to understand is this is for entertainment purposes only. No one signs a Love & Hip Hop contract and there's an amendment that says, 'I'm also signing up to be a role model.' Morally, yeah, you should have some responsibility to your community. I do believe that, but again, the purpose of these shows [is] to entertain. When they stop entertaining or when they fail to entertain, they will no longer be on the air."
"Check yourself before you wreck yourself. You know, this is an important thing: People who live in the mainstream and the status quo think that everyone else is there to serve them."
"I'm going to try to have one more baby," she said. "I want my kids to have siblings but the doctors don't feel like it's safe for me.”
“I’m not responding to him. First of all, let me thank Hillary Clinton for standing up for all women and in particular for Black women, and let me just say this: I’m a strong Black woman and I cannot be intimidated, I cannot be undermined, I cannot be thought to be afraid of Bill O’Reilly or anybody.”
“As I have said many times, I respect Congresswoman Maxine Waters for being sincere in her beliefs. I said that again today on Fox & Friends calling her old school. Unfortunately, I also made a jest about her hair which was dumb. I apologize.”
“August was talking crazy a couple years ago and I ain’t want to fight. I don’t want to fight. I want to get some money. There’s other people who got problems with me that I ain’t even address. I don’t want to fight nobody. What does that prove? That don’t prove nothing.”
"Every possible thing that you think can go wrong in your life, it happened to me, and I’m still here. All of you have that same opportunity."
“Ray was still trying to figure out whether to sign the deal. I told him I didn’t think it was a good idea, because he’s the man in the situation and also African-American. ‘You’re a Black man, so it’s not going to do for you what it’s going to do for her,’ is what I told him, and I said, ‘If she were a Black female, I’ll tell her not to do it. But she’s not.”
"I think they need me to be an assistant coach. I’m serious about coaching. Bring me in."
“I don’t identify as African-American, I identify as Black.”
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