And the truth is finally REVEALED!!!
[Image via Kylie Jenner/Instagram.]
Our well wishes go out to Yolanda Foster.
The reality star has struggled with the disorder for "two years and nine months," a battle she well documented on this past season of RHOB.
David Foster's wife captioned the painful looking snap:
Wow, we're so impressed by Foster's strength!!
We don't doubt Gigi Hadid and her siblings are by Yolanda's side during this difficult time.
Hopefully the momma will get better soon.
[Image via Instagram.]
They were turned down for WHAT?!
A new report has surfaced which has us really disturbed! Airbnb, the popular lodge rental website, recently banned one of its users, a woman by the name of Heather, for discriminating against gays. She allegedly kicked Jonathan Wang and his partner Brent out of her home in Galveston, Texas… AFTER they had already booked and unpacked.
Now we're all for people being entitled to their own opinions, but not like this! Wang recounted the situation:
"Heather asked me, where my wife was. Who is this person? I said it was my significant other Brent. She said I thought you were bringing a wife. I said I didn't say that specifically. I said is that going to be OK? She said. It's not."
As a result of being kicked out, Jonathan and Brent had to find a hotel last minute to book.
Airbnb not only responded to the situation, but you'll never guess what they had to say about Heather's treatment of the situation. Watch (below)!
After weeks of unrest in Baltimore, sparked by the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, it looks like protesters may finally be getting a modicum of the justice they seek.
Baltimore's Chief prosecutor Marilyn Mosby announced Friday morning that the police WILL be held responsible for Gray's death.
The 25-year-old suffered a spinal injury during his April 12 arrest, and Mosby says officers' failure to get him necessary medical attention OR to explain why he was being arrested OR how he received the injury were sufficient to warrant criminal charges.
A single officer faces second degree murder (depraved indifference) charges, while the others are being charged with manslaughter, second-degree assault, misconduct in office, and false imprisonment.
See the passionate announcement and its intense reaction (below)!
This is so sad, but what a legacy to leave behind.
Ben E. King, who was most famous for being the co-writer and singer of the song Stand By Me, passed away from natural causes on Thursday.
He was 76 years old.
King first rose to stardom as the singer of the timeless doo-wop group The Drifters before leaving for a lucrative solo career of his own.
He released Stand By Me in 1961 and it quickly became a US top five hit and also inspired a totally amazing movie later on down the line.
Fellow legendary musician Gary US Bonds took to Facebook to offer up a tribute to his friend. He wrote:
Just when you thought Grey's Anatomy couldn't get any sadder than last week's tear-jerker death, Meredith had to break the news to all her Seattle Grace friends that her hubby was dead.
It can't be easy dealing with something like that, but Meredith mustered up the courage to tell them, in a very heavyhearted episode filled with a few more twists. You can see how Meredith handles the situation in the video (above).
The biggest twist came at the end of the episode — SPOILERS!!! — when…
Noo, Directioners, one of our worst nightmares has come true!
But, it doesn't end there, folks. The 22-year-old also removed his memorable bio from his Twitter profile as well.
Remember when it used to say:
"Just close your eyes and enjoy the roller coaster that is life :) x."
Sigh. Change was inevitable ever since Zaynie left the group.
We will never forget. 2010-2015.
Ch-ch-check out his updated name (below)!