Jojo Smollett claims the 'Empire' actor is suffering mentally and more.

The city of Chicago appeared to have a clear cut conviction in the case of Jussie Smollett and his allegedly faked attack, but the matter went in another direction. The city has now sued the Empire actor for $130,000 to cover overtime costs in the ensuing investigation.

Jussie Smollett may have cleared one legal hurdle in his alleged faked attack ordeal in Chicago, but the city has other plans. Reports are coming forth that city officials are preparing to sue the Empire actor for the cost of investigating the attack.

Jussie Smollett isn’t finished yet. According to Taraji P. Henson, the actor will be returning to Empire despite the drama surrounding the alleged racist and homophobic attack he claims he was a victim of.

The legendary comedian took several jabs at Jussie Smollett during the 2019 NAACP Image Awards.

R. Kelly‘s lawyer believes that the recent developments in the Jussie Smollett case could come at the expense of his client getting a fair shake. According to Steven Greenberg, prosecutors in Cook County are probably looking to land a big win after taking the L with the Empire actor.

The Jussie Smollett case made national headlines after charges against the Empire actor were dropped in the alleged racist and homophobic attack he suffered. Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx penned an op-ed that essentially pointed to the Chicago Police Department’s mishandling of the case.


Just when it seemed like Jussie Smollett was in the free and clear the Grand Wizard-In-Chief is calling for his Department of Justice and FBI to investigate why he was let off the hook. Now the city of Chicago is looking to punish the Empire actor in their own way by making him pay for their […]

Leave it up to President Donald Trump to make a charge on a matter that he has no business making. In one of his usual early morning Twitter missives, the former reality television star called on the FBI and DOJ to investigate the “embarrassing” Jussie Smollett case.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel spoke forcefully to the press after news broke that the charges Jussie Smollett faced in his alleged hate crime case were dropped. Calling the instance a “whitewash of injustice,” Mayor Emanuel doubled down on Good Morning America and said the Empire actor received special treatment.

Like clockwork, the tender little feelings of MAGA Twitter are on butt-hurt status after news that all charges against Jussie Smollett related to the alleged hate crime attack have been dropped. With the hashtag #JussieSmollettHoax, many are trying to call the whole matter an elaborate magic trick.

In a bizarre twist in the alleged hate crime attack suffered by Jussie Smollett in Chicago, all charges against the Empire actor have been suddenly dropped Tuesday (March 25). The so-called “Gay Tupac” will no longer face the 16 counts of falsified reports of the crime, and Twitter has all the commentary about the matter.