They shared a snapshot last week, letting fans know that the battle between them was long gone. Later in the week, Drake and Chris Brown continued to squash their beef by appearing in an ESPYs skit together.
It looks like the singers’ reconciliation stemmed from pals telling them to solve their issues responsibly. Producer Mally Mall told TMZ that he and a few other convinced Drake and Chris to sit down and hash things out in the studio.
She’s known for her signature style, but Kim Kardashian decided to change it up with a dark selfie on Sunday night (July 20).
In the Photoshopped pic, the 33-year-old reality star rocked black lipstick and a dramatic smoky eye while starring into the camera. Kim also switched up her locks to a funky shade of plum and finished off the look with a faux-septum piercing, which is a million miles away from her signature look.
He faced major backlash last week after his tweet regarding Malaysia Airlines, and Jason Biggs felt the need to discuss the issue while co-hosting "The View" on Monday morning (July 21).
The “Orange is the New Black” star wrote, “Anyone wanna buy my Malaysian Airlines frequent flier miles?” after the plane carrying 298 people was shot down over Ukraine last week. He quickly deleted the controversial tweet when negative comments started pouring in.
Not wanting his children to grow up with too many privileges, Philip Seymour Hoffman reportedly left his fortune to longtime partner Mimi O’Donnell.
The Oscar winner died of an accidental overdose in February and according to court documents, left his $35 million dollar earnings with Mimi, who is also the mother of their children.
Hoffman’s accountant David Friedman made the revelation attorney James Cahill Jr. who was appointed by the court to represent the actor’s three kids: Cooper, Tallulah and Willa.