Only three months after the arrival of their son, Future Zahir, he shared:
And the response to his album, Honest, didn't help his situation either.
Producer Mike Will Made-It even chimed in:
[Image via Theo Wenner/Rolling Stone Magazine.]
Turns out, The Hamptons isn't all about sea breezes and cookouts!
On Thursday's The View after show, Joy Behar brought up Bethenny Frankel's advice to not gush about your relationship to others. The Real Housewives star did so, and her marriage to baby daddy Jason Hoppy ended in a horrible divorce.
However, guest host Sunny Hostin couldn't help but bring up a personal story about her nasty run-in with the Skinnygirl creator!
A couple of summers ago, the lawyer rented a house next to the reality TV star. Things got ugly when Frankel yelled at Hostin's son for being too loud when her daughter was napping!
Sunny then told off the 45-year-old in an expletive-filled rant! While she couldn't repeat it on air, it was something to the effect of:
"I told her that adults speak to adults — and adults that want to try to intimidate kids are just bullies."
Nobody messes with Sunny's son! NO ONE!!!
To hear the full story, ch-ch-check out the clip (below)!
We'll miss you!
The news broke after the ABC show's executive producer Candi Carter sent an email to the staffers on Friday, saying:
"I have some bittersweet news to share—Michelle Collins is leaving the show. A gracious presence on stage and off, she asked smart questions, made us laugh and will always be part of The View family. We wish her great success with some exciting new projects ahead.
Please join me in thanking Michelle for her hard work, great humor and many contributions this season to The View. She'll be in the office next week to say good-bye to you personally."
This is a somewhat surprising announcement seeing as how Michelle was only announced as a cohost about two years ago.
However, Variety had previously reported that Collins' eventual exit was actually not voluntary and
2016 is officially the year of daytime casting changes!
Well, now it looks like The View wants to get in on the fun… because we're now hearing Raven-Symoné, Candace Cameron Bure, and Michelle Collins are all leaving the show between now and the Summer hiatus!
According to a Daily Mail report out Wednesday, a source close to production claims that ABC has already selected the replacements expected to join Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, and Paula Faris for Season 21, saying:
We still can't believe Ben Carson sacrificed his career for this guy…
As you may have seen, Carson stopped by the ABC talk show on Thursday to explain his insane decision to endorse the GOP front-runner, but Whoopi Goldberg, Raven-Symoné, Joy Behar, Paula Faris, and Sunny Hostin weren't about to let him off easy!
Whoopi flat out called Trump a racist — which he very clearly is — and Ben still couldn't justify his support; although Paula clearly thought he must have been promised a spot on his cabinet.
Well, never one to let things die on their own, Donald took to Twitter shortly after the episode aired to trash the "brain-dead" ladies, saying:
Tell 'em, Whoopi!
Well Carson is making the rounds as one of Donald's brainwashed cheerleaders and on Thursday he stopped by The View to try to convince the ladies that the former Celebrity Apprentice star is a great candidate.
Thankfully Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar weren't taking any of Ben's crap as the former GOP candidate did his best to avoid all questions and CONSTANTLY change the topic by saying "you're missing the point." Seriously, he basically doesn't directly answer a SINGLE question.
Ch-ch-check out the incredible interview as Whoopi and Joy ask Ben why he endorsed Donald (above) and then call out his support of the businessman despite his racist and misogynistic statements, as well as Trump attacking Carson directly (below)!
The view from this fallout is gonna be good!
While most daytime talk shows thrive due to the charming relationships between the casts, the same cannot be said for The View.
We're hearing Joy is close to getting
Just because 2015 came to an end does not mean its scandals are over!
It's may be a new year, but the Bill Cosby controversy is as heated as ever now that he's been arrested for a sexual assault that took place 11.5 years ago — narrowly fitting into Pennsylvania's 12 year statute of limitation.
And with the case getting even more attention due to as many as 50 women wanting to testify against him, things started to get a bit confusing when the women of The View started addressing Bill's arraignment and Camille Cosby's deposition.
Luckily, CNN legal analyst Sunny Hostin was part of the panel on Monday and was able to explain the upcoming trial more clearly to her cohosts… and she actually made the whole thing much more understandable.
In addition to Sunny's legal take on the arrest, Whoopi Goldberg was the most vocal about the fate of Bill Cosby.
The comedian — who infamously came under fire for defending Cosby when his accusers first started coming forward — would only go so far as neutral, saying: