Nicki Minaj is apparently not done with her Twitter antics after her embarrassing anti-vaxxer-like tweet-storm that included her believing that her cousin’s friend’s fiance called off her wedding because the groom to be got swollen testicles as a result of him being vaccinated. (I mean, of all the things that never happened, that is the […]
According to Deadline, MSNBC is launching two new weekend shows with political analyst Tiffany Cross and Washington Post opinion columnist Jonathan Capehart. After weeks of competing for the coveted weekend slots on the network, previously held by Joy Reid's "A.M. Joy", both were announced to be filling the slots, with Cross anchoring MSNBC on Saturdays between 10 a.m. and noon, while Capehart leads Sundays in the same time period.
MSNBC host Joy Reid has been under fire after blog posts from a decade ago resurfaced, and her connection to some homophobic remarks came to light. Over the weekend, Reid apologized for the remarks and admitted that the allegedly hacked blog site has failed to show proof of tampering by experts investigating the matter.