It's been a dramatic week for celebrities, ranging from Keshia Knight Pulliam supporting Bill Cosby i n court to Chris Brown wanting to collaborate with Beyoncé.
See what some of your favorite famous faces had to say below:
"I tried for my dad. I wouldn't say it was a matter of my dad loving Khloé more than me. I think that my dad has an addictive personality, so he was addicted to the attention he got with Khloé more than me. It was a very toxic relationship."
"Ultimately, it’s about standing by your truth. I want to be the person that I would like to have if the tables were turned... Right now it’s the jury’s job and the jury’s decision to determine guilt or innocence. It’s not mine or anyone else’s.”
"Me and my ex wife. When it got violent where we’re fighting — Am I really fighting? Am I holding my hands up as if she’s a man right now? Oh my God. This is…I’m out. I’ve really got my hands up to not defend, but counter. Like, I’m waiting for you to throw a punch. 'Cause I’m about to counter the s**t out of you. Like, I’m really that upset to where I have to get in a stance. When you get in a stance, that’s when I checked myself."
"Y'all make me laugh with your fake outrage and your fake social justice. I ain't never, not never, said Bill Maher was not a racist...Trust and believe, Bill Maher said plenty of stuff that could [be] consider[ed] racist, or homophobic, or Islamaphobic or sexist but it's all in the name of new rules and jokes and we let is slide, we let it go for 20-plus years. And now, 'cus he said the n-word, now we gonna pin the tail on the racist donkey? I call bulls**t."
"She [Cristen] tried to say I was picking on her for being overweight and that’s when I was like, ‘She ain’t have no miscarriage!’ I feel like a horrible person but it just happened. It was just like a blooper.”
"She's a fake b***h. I never actually hated on her. I've been critical of her brand because I don't know exactly what she's doing with it. I remember when Amber and Quincy were hanging out... I know they f**ked, and if they press me about it, I will tell you how I know they f**ked."
“During season 9, I was feeling like I might want to leave because there was so much hate from fans online and I was having trouble because, how do you defend yourself from a lie? How do you defend yourself from something that never happened?”
“Competing in Miss Universe and dealing with the fans of competitors in other countries got tough. I had no idea how much racism I would experience from an international standpoint. They'd send me monkey emojis, and say that my skin looked like a poop emoji and tag me in photos with apes... I didn’t speak about it, because I didn't want to deter anyone from competing. You want to make it seem like everything is happy and hunky-dory, but there are a lot of very challenging moments.”
“At this point, it’s all about trying to do some legendary s**t. So, obviously the top female performer is Beyoncé, so, for me, that would be epic if we did some dope dance s**t, just for the culture.”
“I can’t afford Underground. It cost twice as much to make as Queen Sugar. As a matter of fact, my dear friend John Legend called me personally and asked me about it, but we’d already been talking about how we could make it work […] it’s like $5 million an episode, so we can’t afford it. It’s not cheap, I think because it’s a period piece.”
“Two weeks. I always say I’m two weeks away from finishing. It’s like Frank Sinatra. I listen to him because he speaks to me. Frank’s thing is just speak about life, and it resonates with everyone. When I’m in here, I’m conscious of that.”
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