Celebrities have lashed out at Empire actor Jussie Smollett following his arrest after many of them publicly voiced support for him when he first claimed he had been targeted in a racist and homophobic attack.
Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger aren’t in a conflict, according to Brown. But the Pittsburgh Steelers receiver did criticize the quarterback’s mentality on Twitter on Saturday morning (which seems suspiciously like the continuation of a conflict).
Maryann Rolle was undoubtedly the heart of the Netflix documentary about the disastrous Fyre Festival in 2017, breaking viewers’ hearts as she fought back tears while revealing she had lost her $50,000 of her life savings due to Billy McFarland’s ill-thought out scheme.
While declaring herself a Christian on Saturday, singer Lady Gaga slammed Vice President Mike Pence as the worst example of a disciple of the faith for supporting his wife’s decision to work at a Christian school that doesn’t endorse homosexual behavior.
Grammy Award-winning rock band Switchfoot will be releasing their new album Native Tongue on Jan. 16 and in an interview with The Christian Post frontman Jon Foreman details how the band has managed to keep their music Christ-centered without conforming to cultural Christianity.
When 44-year-old Julián Castro officially launches his presidential campaign Saturday, he’ll be one of the youngest candidates in the prospective 2020 Democratic field. And he’ll be first — and likely only — Latino candidate.