Bobby Brown has broken his silence after it was confirmed that his 28-year-old son Bobby Brown Jr. died from an accidental overdose of alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl in November 2020. According to E! News, he said, "My family continues to mourn my son's death. Street fentanyl has taken the life of so many people unnecessarily and Bobby Jr. is another victim." My son is gone and those who contributed to his senseless death should be held accountable." The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office told E! News the case is under review. No charges have been filed.
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore apologized Tuesday for wearing a feathered headdress as a costume during Sunday’s episode. Critics have deemed the costume “racist.” In a statement to Page Six, she said: “I want to sincerely apologize for inappropriately wearing the Native American headdress as a costume. I now realize that this was both disrespectful and insensitive and would never have done it if I had that knowledge and understanding beforehand. I regret it. When you know better, you do better. I am genuinely sorry.” Bravo also apologized.
Nick Cannon’s “Wild ‘N Out” is finally coming back to our television screens next month. According to Deadline, “Wild ‘N Out” will return to VH1 on April 6 with new episodes from the second half of Season 15, which were shot before the pandemic began. Special guests such as Juvenile, Da Brat, Rapsody, MC Lyte, Queen Najia, Big Tigger, OMB Peezy, FABO, Young Joc and more are set to make appearances.
The last episode of “Wild ‘N Out” appeared on VH1 last April after Cannon faced backlash for making comments that many deemed were anti-Semitic on his “Cannon’s Class” podcast. The remarks also caused Viacom to part ways with the star.