After going on several radio stations recently claiming that the late Tupac Skakur was a homophobe, and alleging that Tupac ended a professional relationship with a hip hop star because he thought the man was gay, Tupac's family says his claims are "totally false."
They're arguing that Tupac not only admired designer Gianna Versace before he died, but the two were actually great friends.
Not only that, but Tupac even participated in a Versace fashion show wearing one of the designer's suits back in 1996.
Good to know.
So, now we can all wipe the sweat off our brows and move on.
Tupac Shukar may not be the only dead musician who is about to go on tour. While talking about the upcoming Unity Tour with his brothers, Jackie Jackson revealed that audiences could "absolutely" be seeing a hologram of Michael Jackson performing on stage in the future.
They've actually been toying with the idea for about two years, as the late musician's brother explained:
We're predicting that this is the start of something BIG!
If U loved watching hologram Tupac Shakur perform live at Coachella this past Sunday, then you'll be pleased to hear that Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre are considering going on tour with their old friend's digital likeness.
Despite dying over 15 years ago, the crowd's reaction and subsequent internet buzz proved that fans are still polarized by the iconic rapper's presence. Although we think concert goers will line up for the proposed show, the tour will be no easy feat for
The Outlawz have decided to reunite and have come up with the perfect way to get their name back on everyone's radar. They're letting people know exactly where Tupac has been hiding since 1996, but to be honest, you might not want to know.
But we're going to tell you anyway! Or rather, we'll let the Outlawz tell you.
Watch the video (above) to learn the truth … the truth about how these guys smoked Tupac's ashes!
Back in 2014, the eldest Duggar daughters -- Jana, Jill, Jessa and Jinger -- released an advice book.
Growing Up Duggar gave tips on all sorts of relationships, including ones with friends, parents, and even siblings.
Given the recent disclosure that eldest Duggar child Josh Duggarmolested his sisters twelve years ago, it's safe to assume at least one (and potentially all) of the book's authors was his victim (as most of the other Duggar daughters weren't even born at that time).
In a story you'll see on PerezHilton.com first, there's a whole chapter entitled "Your Relationship With Your Siblings" devoted to the topic, including brother-sister relationships. Did the eldest daughters hint at the molestation in their book? Check out these excerpts and decide:
In the first part of the chapter, the sisters (who write collectively) talk about reacting to siblings who "misbehave" or "treat [them] unfairly."