Rick Ross is bossing up by any means possible. He has offered Don Lemon a spot at one of his many Wingstop locations.
It’s been quite a day in mainstream media. Along with news of Tucker Carlson and FOX News “parting ways,” Don Lemon claims that he got fired by CNN.
CNN anchor Don Lemon is apparently on thin ice with the network, with insiders claiming that he was issued a "final warning" over his recent comments about Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley that were sexist. He returned to "CNN This Morning" after agreeing to formal training at the behest of executives at CNN.
Don Lemon will be leaving his primetime slot at CNN to team up with Poppy Harlow and Kaitlan Collins for a new morning show, the network announced on Thursday. The show is slated to make its debut later on in the year, replacing "New Day" which currently airs and is hosted by John Berman and Brianna Kellar.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre fielded a question regarding the "stamina" of President Joe Biden, prompting Jean-Pierre to react briskly.
However, Lemon is not leaving the long-running news network and will announce a new change this coming Monday
Rick Santorum seemingly thinks that Native Americans brought nothing to this nation after speaking at an event, and Don Lemon tore into Santorum's comments that European settlers "birthed a nation from nothing."
The former NBA swingman and podcaster says he was mostly aiming his ire at the Philadelphia Eagles and how they treated Jackson compared to Riley Cooper.
During a segment on Lemon's nightly CNN program, the actor voiced criticism over Black on Black violence with the host correcting Crews by saying that's not the aim of the BLM movement.
Wallace sat down with CNN's Don Lemon for an interview, telling the host that the investigation into the alleged noose incident was not a staged event as some conservative pundits and critics assert.
When it comes to speaking out about social injustice, Spike Lee is known for not holding his tongue. On Monday (June 1), during an interview with CNN over the current unrest taking place in cities across the country, Spike Lee premiered a short video featuring clips from the intense and crucial scene in his iconic film, Do The Right Thing, Juxtaposed with the real videos of the murders of both Eric Garner and George Floyd at the hands of police.