Before she leaves the White House Michelle Obama is issuing a call to arms to end gender equality — and is joining forces with some of the most influential women in the country to do so!
FLOTUS — along with A-list woman entertainers, activists, and business executives — has announced a White House summit for the United State of Women, which sets to tackle gender-equality issues later this month.
The Daily Show alum explains how predatory and aggressive debt buying companies are, but the long and short of it is this: with very little federal or state oversight, companies buy up people's old debts for pennies on the dollar, and then incessantly contact those people and harass them, turning their lives upside down while looking for a payout.
That's not fair, and it's not the right way to do business, but with no government regulations surrounding it, well, nobody really cares to help the poor consumers who are in debt and being harassed… well, until John came around, that is!
"There was a period before Scandal when I went into the wilderness. There was a lot of toxicity in my life, people I needed to let go of in a personal way, in a business way. And, also, I felt like I had been living my career kind of on auto-pilot. I took a break and did a Broadway play. I went back to my roots as an artist."
She's the original Olivia Pope!
We kid, we kid. But really, it sounds like Kerry only did what she had to do in order to feel herself again!
Paul McCartney appeared on BBC Radio 4's show Mastertapes to discuss his career with host John Wilson, and over the course of a 45-minute interview where the former Beatles singer revealed so much about his life and times, he also tipped off one VERY inneresting modern day tidbit!
McCartney revealed to Wilson that All Day — the hugely popular track on Kanye West's The Life Of Pablo — nearly never made it to the public after the rock star was advised by Oprah Winfrey, of all people, NOT to work with Yeezy!
Oprah had gotten on Paul's case because, as he tells it, she didn't approve of 'Ye's use of the 'n-word,' and she strongly angled McCartney not to collaborate with the rapper.