It's been a dramatic week for celebrities. From Tamar Braxton speaking on unfollowing some of her former friends to Sterling K. Brown talking about his toned tush.
See what some of your favorite famous faces had to say below:
“I’m gonna go back to the day when everybody got in their feelings and wrote books about me unfollowing them,” said Tamar subtly shading Toya Wright. I unfollowed Monica, I unfollowed Tiny, I unfollowed Kandi…I unfollowed everybody that day that posted THAT show [The Real] I was rightfully in my feelings, it was nothing personal. She [Monica] wasn’t even on “The Real” that day, I unfollowed everybody because I didn’t wanna see it,” she added. “I had every intent of following everybody back. I unfollowed at least 30 people that day, when I went to follow her back she had blocked me.”
“No. it’s so Black and it’s so full… it’s like a lunar eclipse.”
"Absolutely. It think there’s a sensitivity, but I think it’s also just, like, a higher awareness and I think a lot of times the sensitivity is rooted in an intention to not hurt people, so you have to commend that, but I think sometimes when we are kind of hypersensitive, we hurt ourselves by not allowing ourselves the opportunity to make fun of ourselves, to find levity in situations, and reality is there’s a lot of f**k s**t going on, so you’ve got to learn to laugh."
"Trump don't exist is my world. So, I don't know. I mean, you're going to have to ask down the road, but as of now, the motherf****r don't exist."
"I've always looked for things that I think challenged me. If I saw something that posed a provocative question — and sometimes that question is, 'Why is that even an issue?' — it was almost like common sense. So, why shouldn't a woman be given an opportunity, if she's interested, to be in active duty in the military?"
"I think he’s insane. And not in a flippant way — I think he’s mentally challenged, the actual clinical term of insane."
"The best part is seeing how proud my friends and family are. The worst is trying to find time to make everyone happy and still find time to focus on your career."
"It is so shady that Caitlyn came over and gave me the book, and then on the phone she said, ‘Well, the final version has a few more things in it, but don’t worry, it’s nothing about you.’ So she lied to me, because that is about me, if it’s about our dad. I have always had Caitlyn’s back, but she is a liar. She is not a good person.”
"It's weird doing hot topics and being a hot topic. You can believe what you want. I stand by my guy, we commuted this morning... All is well in Hunterville. Don't believe the hype and if there was hype, believe me you, I would let you know! I'll be following this story!"
“We’re separated… We are parenting very well. We have good communication. Two people trying to figure out the best thing to do for our children.”
"[Saying] we need to stand and pledge for the allegiance and this anthem thing is a scam. This is not a part of football... [The pregame national anthem] was invented in 2009 from the government [by] paying the NFL to market military recruitment — to get more people to fight wars to die."
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