Jill Dillard and her husband Derick are feeling the wrath of the Internet after questions arose about their mission work, and more specifically, how they've been using tax-exempt donation money given to them by supporters.
It all started when the couple moved to Central America for what they called "long-term" mission work, after which they set up a 501(c)3 tax-deductible non-profit organization called Dillard Family Ministries — all the while soliciting donations for their life-changing move.
Jennifer Hudson has been keeping busy these days, in fact she's been keeping too busy…IN FACT she's been keeping SO BUSY that she's canceling rescheduling her summer tour.
Here's the official announcement that J-Hud made herself regarding the tour:
Hey guys! I just want to apologize to all who were looking forward to seeing me on tour this summer. Due to my upcoming projects, the tour has to be rescheduled. I would never cancel a chance to meet my fans! I love all of u n cant wait to see u! Jhud
Fortunately, we're hearing that Ticketmaster is contacting fans who purchased tickets, so we'd assume everyone will get the refunds that they're entitled.
Are U sad to hear that J-Hud's tour is being rescheduled? Does it ease the pain to hear that she'll appear in the Three Stooges movie?
It must be really difficult to be a Guns 'N Roses fan.
The band has notoriously showed up late, walked off stage, and have caused riots at all of their recent shows, including last week's Dublin show where the band performed on stage for only 20 minutes.
Axl Rose and his fellow bandmates kept concertgoers waiting for over an hour, which later resulted in boos and bottle-throwing from their audience.
Acting like the big babies they are, GNR walked off stage. And now concert promoters refuse to give fans their refunds because he says that the band came back on stage an hour later and finished their set.
The problem is, most fans thought the show was over and left the venue. And with ticket prices these days, you know that shizzz ain't cheap!
UGH! Sorry, GNR fans! It's time to move on to another group of has-beens!
St. Louis fans were NOT happy when band Kings of Leon walked off stage after only playing three songs this weekend.
Watch the clip (above) as the crowd chants "REFUND!"
Little did they know, the group complained of being hit repeatedly with pigeon feces.
They had been warned of a pigeon infestation in the rafters of the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater and even saw opening bands The Stills and The Postelles, come off the stage "riddled" with excrement, but they decided to go on with the show anyway. The pigeon crap got so out of hand though, they had no choice but to walk off stage.
Publicist Ken Weinstein said, "The band is very sad and upset about it. But no band would play under those conditions. They had to make a game-time decision.