It's been a dramatic week for celebrities, from Tinashe blaming the Black community for her lack of musical success, which got her tons of backlash this week, to Karrueche dishing on her relationship with Quavo.
See what some of your favorite famous faces had to say below:
“There are hundreds of [male] rappers that all look the same, that sound the same. But if you’re a Black woman, you’re either Beyoncé or Rihanna. It’s very, very strange… It’s about trying to find a balance where I’m a mixed woman, and sometimes I feel like I don’t fully fit into the Black community. They don’t fully accept me, even though I see myself as a Black woman. That disconnect is confusing sometimes.”
“It’s a popularity contest. I don’t really care about rap the way I used to because there is so much politics. I just do what I do. I write, I talk my shit, say what I want to say, bounce around on the beat, and I keep it moving.”
"You can say that in a way that I cannot because you've had a different experience, because this country is here for you. This country ain't here for me in the same way, sis. It isn't and you, as a trans person, have to also identify the fact that this country hasn't been here for trans until like, maybe, 2 o'clock today."
"No! I'm single right now."
"It's going well, this week, actually some weeks we're on and some we're off. We've been off this week. He always does that, he'll find his way, how to get in a call and just be like, and then we'll start talking."
"I knew you were gonna f**k up sooner or later... I did. But you be bucking up against that line, you got a lot of Black jokes. Sometimes, you sound like a redneck trucker."
"See, I would never have Beyoncé up here public speaking. She's not good at it. Solange was just at Yale. She's incredible at it. But I know all of my artists' [weaknesses]. They all have weaknesses."
"I literally don't know another female track-and-field athlete who hasn't had an abortion and that's sad. So, for me, I'm hoping that this will open up some discussions — to [help], especially, a lot of young women who were in my situation not experience what I did."
"It's everything. It's the hair — it's the big hair. You know my wife don’t normally go for the big hair. She’s been doing it lately, so, you know, it’s the whole thing."
“Get the f**k out this concert, b***h!”
"I'm really up in the air. We're discussing it… I used to barely have enough money to pay the bills. I’d steal and sell stuff. I now feel so blessed beyond measure... I love television. I love being able to show my life and getting paid for me being me."
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