Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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We just hope she makes a full recovery!
As we reported last August, Shannen Doherty revealed she had breast cancer, which she blames on her former business manager. In a lawsuit against Tanner, Mainstain, Glynn & Johnson, the Charmed star says the company was negligent in handling her health insurance.
Not surprisingly, her biggest worry is how her cancer will affect her loved ones.
The 16-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday to share the unfortunate incident in hopes of being a cautionary tale for others.
Harley appeared on Good Morning America on Friday to talk about the harrowing experience, and revealed that despite the circumstances, she still took the car service home that night:
"It was very, very scary. The second I started talking to them, I realized they were definitely not Uber drivers. They had just printed off the Uber symbol and put it on their car. I proceeded to take an Uber because you can't let things like that stop you from living your life."
And to be fair, the men trying to pick her up weren't affiliated with the car app. Nonetheless, it's still extremely important to make sure you are getting in the right vehicle when being picked up.
Hopefully others won't have to experience this for themselves now that Harley is sharing her story.
Stay safe, folks!
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What a nightmare!
In hopes of turning her story into a cautionary tale for other young women, the Yoga Hosers star revealed what went down when the strangers tried to convince her to get in their vehicle.
The teen penned:
"PEOPLE OF LOS ANGELES- I was just standing outside a Starbucks in Brentwood, where I was waiting for my uber when a large, beige car drove up to me and tried to get me to think they were my uber. There were two white men (age 20-30) in the driver (blonde hair) and passenger (brown hair) seat with an uber sign on their front window, but they were most definitely not uber drivers. When I asked who they were there to pick up, making sure it was the right car, they wouldn't answer me and said to get in the car. They didn't have the uber app on their phone and were clearly just two disgusting dudes trying to kidnap a girl standing on her own. Protect yourself and never ever get in a car without checking that it's the correct car first!!! I was in too much haze of fear that I wasn't thinking straight enough to think to take a picture of the drivers or the license plate, but if you see a car like this PLEASE report it to the police and stop them from trying to pray on other young girls!!! We have already reported it to the police, but more information would be helpful in finding them. Be careful and look out for yourself/others!!!!"
This serves as a very important reminder to make sure you're getting in the right vehicle before using ride-sharing apps. And if you're ever uncomfortable, cancel your ride.
Harley's famous poppa also took to social media to stress the importance of being extra careful:
This looks pretty badass!
Last night, the CW aired DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League which not only gave us a look at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but showed us glimpses of the rest of the DC movies that are headed our way.
If you didn't know, back in 2014, Warner Brothers — who owns the film rights to several works from DC Comics — announced a slew of superhero films that they were developing, along with their release dates.
Last night's television event was hosted by Kevin Smith and Geoff Johns, the Chief Creative Officer at DC Comics. The pair took a look at all of the upcoming flicks from the WB and DC including Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Green Lantern Corps!
While most of the films are still in the early stages and haven't started filming yet, Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine has and we got our first glimpse of footage from the movie!
Ch-ch-check out all the first looks (below) and hear stars like Pine, Gadot, Jason Mamoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher talk about their superhero flicks!
We think there might be more to this story!
But suspicions were raised after the 60-year-old was seen on set yesterday, and was clearly filming a scene (above)! Willis was in costume, sitting in a car behind a camera with Jesse Eisenberg, being directed by Allen!
Usually, actors and their agents notice scheduling conflicts before filming begins. Which could mean that Willis' alleged "scheduling conflicts" was actually him getting the axe!
This wouldn't come as a huge surprise — the Midnight in Paris director has swapped out actors in the past. And Bruce has been publicly labeled as difficult to work with by directors ranging from Sylvester Stallone to Kevin Smith!
Do YOU think Willis really left the project due to his busy schedule, or was this just his PR team sweeping an uglier mess under the rug?
Now THIS deserves a standing ovation!
Director Kevin Smith has struggled with his weight for several years.
In 2010, the Clerks star was even kicked off a Southwest flight for being too large.
However, the 44-year-old is having the last laugh!
Over the weekend, the Jersey-native took to Twitter to announce that he lost a whopping…
Holy crap! That's like losing a person!
The outspoken filmmaker posted a similar photo (as above) of him and his daughter through the years — and the results are staggering!
Kevin Smith has really been feeling the nostalgia as of late!
It must be because he's busy trying to get as much of the original cast of Mallrats to come back for the upcoming sequel Mallbrats!
Also, because he lost almost 100 pounds and looks even better than he did in the ‘90s!
On Friday, the Clerks director posted a Flashback Friday photo (above) on his Twitter featuring his younger self at the 1997 Spirit Awards! The post was complete with the caption:
"Last wore this to the 97 Spirit Awards. Lost 85 pounds so I dug up outfit to see if it still fits. Too big on me now!"
Wow, he really does look great! We wonder if Silent Bob could still pull off that ‘90s party mullet!?
We're so inspired by the director's weight loss!
[Image via Kevin Smith/Twitter.]