Good luck trying to spin this, Kris.
AND the song Beautiful Day isn't even a Tyga track -- so she's a cheater now, too!
Ch-ch-check out Kylie and Lil Yachty's Beautiful Day (below)!!!
[Image via Kylie Jenner/Instagram.]
It seems ABC has Raven Symoné's back!
As we previously reported, thousands of fans had ENOUGH of the controversial co-host of The View and decided to sign a petition that demanded the former Disney darling be removed from the panel. Yikes!
On Saturday, the TV network didn't seem moved by the open letter from fans and chose to stand by the TV personality's side amid her latest controversy.
In a recent statement, they shared:
Michelle Collins stepped out as The Little Mermaid villain Ursula, joined by contributor Stacy London as Ariel! Raven Symonè hunched over dressed up as the Wicked Witch from Into The Woods, as Padma Lakshmi followed as Rapunzel!
Joy Behar brought vanity back dressing up as the Evil Queen with Ana Navarro as Snow White! Channeling her inner Cate Blanchett was Paula Faris, who took on the Wicked Stepmother with Molly Sims appearing as Cinderella!
But, of course, Whoopi Goldberg brought down the house as Cruella de Vil — and she didn't even need a sidekick!
Ch-ch-check out the entire cast of The View in costume (below)!!!
She had it coming…
Raven-Symoné may be one of the more famous hosts of The View, but recently it seems like she's being controversial just for the sake of causing arguments.
First she openly criticized Caitlyn Jenner's transition, then she said she wouldn't hire a fellow black person with a "ghetto" name, and as you may have heard, she just blamed the Spring Valley High student who got assaulted by a school resource officer.
Well, it seems as though fans of the ABC daytime talk show are fed up with her bouts of trollery, because over 24,000 people have signed a Change.org petition to remove her from the panel!
We'd hate to agree, but we're just not sure why Raven keeps failing to support her community when she has such a public platform to potentially do good.
Do U think ABC will be getting rid of Raven anytime soon??
[Image via The View/Facebook.]
On Monday, it was revealed that The View host has called it quits with her girlfriend AzMarie Livingston. How sad!
In case you forgot, the TV personality and her former flame first started dating back in 2012 and the two kept an extremely low profile during their relationship! Which makes sense, since the 29-year-old previously told Oprah Winfrey that she didn't want to be defined by her romantic life.
This is BRUTAL for Raven-Symoné.
Ann Coulter guested on The View on Friday, and the conversation surrounding the conservative pundit's segment went down pretty much exactly how you'd expect: it was political, it was heated, and it involved quite a bit of the hosts and guest talking over each other.
Co-host Ana Navarro called out Ann on her troubling anti-immigration views, as well as her praise for Donald Trump, but the real highlight of the segment came a couple minutes in, when Raven jumped into the fray.
The former child star asked Coulter a question about the golden rule — that is, why Ann doesn't treat others the way she'd like to be treated — while accusing the political pundit of "mud-slinging" against groups of people.
In response, the Adios America author put Raven on BLAST by bringing up her offensive comments on black women's names… well, you'll just have to watch (above) because Oh. Em. Gee.
That wasn't slinging mud, it was bringing the heat!
What did U think about Coulter's interview??
ICYMI: Initially, Miz Symoné quipped during the round table with her co-hosts that she wouldn't hire other (in this context, black) women if their names sounded a certain way, saying:
"And I am very discriminatory against words like the ones that they were saying in the video. I'm not about to hire you if your name is Watermelondrea. It's just not going to happen. I'm not going to hire you."
However, she's since posted:
You know it's bad when your dad — who hasn't managed your career in over a decade — has to call you out about it!
Raven-Symoné has been trending all weekend after making controversial comments Friday afternoon about "ghetto names" on The View, and now her dad has joined the fracas!
Christopher Pearman, Raven's father and former manager, wrote on his Facebook page some thoughts about his daughter's comments this week, and dad didn't hold back at ALL!!!
Ch-ch-check out the open letter in its entirety (below):