It's been a dramatic week for celebrities, ranging from Drake dishing on his return to acting to Mary J. Blige wanting to take it easy on the work front.
See what some of your favorite famous faces had to say below:
"Tamar, she wants to come to our show, but on account of — I can’t. I’m sorry you all, I can't. Like, I can't. What do you say?" She continued, "I used her powder room for God's sakes! I went into her refrigerator and took water, so it's different than any other guest coming here. And I know you all would love to hear the rest of the story, but you are gonna have to hear that someplace else. I am tapped out!"
"I'm sure I'll stop [making music] one day," says Drake of rapping. "When it starts to feel like I'm making it up. Hopefully I'll catch it before I ever get there, right? But right now it feels like we just started, so I don't plan on stopping anytime soon. But I do plan on expanding — to take six months or a year to myself and do some great films. Music's always there."
"This is probably the strongest bond I've ever had. You gotta think about it. We have nothing but time to talk and get to know one another. A lot of my other relationships, we didn't communicate. It was more physical so you take the physicality out... Me, I like to be stimulated on a deeper level."
"I was a wild boy, I used to get loaded. She sent me a photograph of myself one time and she said, 'Please don't mess this up.' Because she was worried about me. I was touched by that, that went in somewhere."
"Well, I haven't seen the baby yet, no," he said. "I've raised enough kids myself, so..."
"I wish I knew now how to treat a man like that then what I knew then. Because I thought when we were dating younger that he wanted a partner and what he really wanted was to take care of me. I didn't know that so I was working hard trying to match him, instead of letting him be the man."
"I'm having a good time. I'm having fun. I’m living my life. There is a guy who is special to me. But I'm not going public with anything. I feel like there's no need to unless I'm married. What's the point?"
I’ve been with one for five years; the other one for about… 2 ½ years… They’re very comfortable, cause I’m very open, I don’t make it where it’s all “Oh, look what I’m doing!” I’m not a player.”
“It happened. The story [that Jermaine told] is not exactly how he said it, but it’s very close to the truth,” she said. “We did have a very violent relationship. I hate that, but for a while, that was all I attracted. It is what it is. He was everything. You know how it is when you’re in the industry, the guys get you whatever you want, but you can’t do sh*t. You can’t do nothing.”
“I want, at some point, to not have to work so hard. I want peace of mind and acceptance of self, totally. I know that’s an ongoing process, so every single day I’m working on that, and it’s been hard ever since this challenge I’m having with this divorce. It was such a terrible thing. It made me see myself as ‘ I have to be better than this’: I was never good enough; I was never pretty enough, smart enough. And there was someone chosen over me. It was like, I can’t stay, but it really let me see, Mary, you are better than that. You have to continue to grow.
“Men who are into trans women who want to keep us a secret and are afraid if someone thinks they are gay, they’re insecure as f**k. If someone thinks you’re gay, gay is fabulous. Gay is amazing. There’s nothing wrong with that. Toxic masculinity is bullshit.”
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