Miley, what's good?
Miley, what's good?
That's what Nicki Minaj fans want to know, and they are bombarding Miley Cyrus' Instagram page until they get answers.
After the explosive encounter between the two pop divas at the VMAs this weekend, fans of Minaj have taken her infamous quote and are posting it non-stop on Miley's Instagram. And it is hilarious.
They just won't stop.
People need to know what is good, Miley.
Tell us what is good, Miley. You owe the world some answers.
As of press time, Miley had still not said what is good.
Kelly Osbourne tried to defend Latinos from Donald Trump today on The View, but the way she went about that actually ended up offending a lot of people.
"If you kick every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilet, Donald Trump?" she said regarding his recent statements on immigrants.
The awkward silence she received from the audience after her comment wasn't at all how the Internet responded.
Waiting for kelly Osbourne to apologize with 'I took Spanish for two years and my next door neighbor was Latina' pic.twitter.com/V5Z1eGXWyV— . (@ShamsaAhmed) August 4, 2015
It's dope that both Brown and Black people are up in Kelly Osbourne's mentions like pic.twitter.com/Nu3V7ql5PY— Grand Daddy Au Jus (@LunchLord) August 4, 2015
i hope el chapo catch Kelly Osbourne slippin.— Professional lurker. (@DubOnDaBeatz) August 4, 2015
She has since apologized (sort of) on her Facebook for her "poor choice of words," but insisted that she is "NOT" racist.
Rachel Dolezal, who stepped down as the president of the Spokane NAACP chapter June 15, was embroiled in quite the controversy this past week as her parents outed her as caucasian, despite Dolezal's continued assertion that she was black.
The Internet got grumpy and then creative with it.
Many people think that Nick Cannon has gone a little too far in his effort to promote his new album, "White People Party Music." Wearing whiteface makeup and sporting a new wardrobe and surfer accent, the rapper's recently uploaded photos and videos to Instagram have triggered quite the online debate.
While in China to promote a movie, Christian Bale attempted to meet a personal hero, Chen Guangcheng, a blind lawyer and activist who is confined to his home and guarded by Chinese police. The police pushed and punched Bale and members of the film crew with him, and they then chased the actor's car as he fled the location.
Personally, I would have loved to see Bale go all Batman on those policemen.