Chris Brown is putting his foot down!
But it's not just about money.
We just hope that whatever happens, it's in the best interests of little Royalty.
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What a glorious, beautiful day!
In case you didn't know, on Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 5-to-4 decision that same sex marriage is legal nationwide!
This is not only a huge moment for LGBT history, it's a step toward equality for everyone — regardless of your sexuality.
Once the groundbreaking decision was announced, your favorite A-list celebrities were EXTREMELY vocal in support!
Ch-ch-check out all the EQUALLY fabulous reactions (below)!
A shout out from the President — not too shabby!
President Obama spoke about LGBT issues and equality in America in a taped speech for the event, mentioning not only Jenner, but also the end of Don't Ask Don't Tell, and important new hate crime legislation that protects LGBT groups.
The Prez said:
The Confederate flag has long been seen as a symbol of racism … and Sean Hannity is saying rap music is, too!
The conservative talk show host said on his radio show Thursday that if the Confederate flag is getting taken down, rap and hip-hop should get taken off the airwaves.
Um … okay!
Last time we checked, Hov's words didn't incite a civil war.
Hannity went so far to even take a dig at President Obama and his daughters:
"If it's OK for Obama's teenage daughters and people to go into these stores and buy music chock-full of the N-word, the B-word, well maybe we should consider banning that too. We're in the process of banning everything."
We think the free speech amendment that protects Hannity from expressing his views should apply to music artists too, right?!
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President Barack Obama had quite a few busy days last Thursday and Friday. From addressing the nation after the Charleston shootings, to DNC events he attended in El Lay, the President's plate was pretty full.
He did manage to find time though to have an extended conversation on the WTF With Marc Maron podcast.
Over the course of an hour, he touched on quite a few topics including his past, being President, gun control, and perhaps most controversially, racism in the United States.
When talking about curing racism in today's society, Obama said something we've never heard him say before: