Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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And baby makes five!
For the new pic (above), the mother of three wrote:
It's no surprise that Donald Trump has a lot of opinions that we do NOT agree with — but when he stopped by TODAY, he actually said something we support!
Since the whole North Carolina bathroom bill is such a hot button issue, Matt Lauer decided to ask Trump what his opinion was on the matter — specifically, which bathroom the former Celebrity Apprentice star thought Caitlyn Jenner should use should she visit Trump Tower!
The 69-year-old surprised us by saying he would be perfectly fine with her using whichever bathroom she felt comfortable with.
Seriously, these words came out of Trump's mouth!
Of course our kudos for the presidential hopeful ended there as he was also asked about Harriet Tubman replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 to which he said the decision only happened due to "political correctness." The ochre haired politician also agreed with his new crony Ben Carson and said maybe Harriet should be put on another denomination like the $2 bill. UGH.
Ch-ch-check out the businessman talk about NC's bathroom bill, as well as his thoughts on the new face of the $20 bill (below)!
So it's no surprise the iconic actor made Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People" list!
The Revenant star is featured on one of six special covers celebrating the list — along with fellow influentials Nicki Minaj, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan, Quantico actress Priyanka Chopra, Hamilton star and creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, and International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde!
On Thursday, Time revealed the coveted list, which featured everyone from U.S. presidential candidates (Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Bernie Sanders), Hollywood stars, (Melissa McCarthy, Idris Elba, and Creed director Ryan Coogler), to everyone in between!
A lot influentials weren't surprising — powerhouse names like
With every good thing comes a bad thing…
On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton won big at the Democratic Primary in New York over her opponent Bernie Sanders. According to the New York Times, it's said that the former Secretary of State pulled in about 57.9% of the votes over the Senator from Vermont.
Unfortunately, Donald Trump also had a major victory while in his home state for the Republican Primary. Of course, this news is particularly shocking to us since this win comes only a day after the reality TV star said 7-Eleven when discussing the 9/11 site.
Eek! Still, voters didn't seem bothered by the hiccup as the Trumpster added NY state to the list of territories he's won in this Presidential race.
The businessman has since taken to Twitter and shared:
After the controversial presidential candidate made ANOTHER gaffe on Monday — this time, referring to the World Trade Center terror attacks at '7/11' — Hayek came full force on Twitter in response!
The actress pulled no punches criticizing The Donald's really, really bad slip-up, tweeting Tuesday morning: