In April, Billboard reported that Cardi B’s ex manager, who goes by Shaft (given name is Klenord Raphael), was suing the artist for alleged breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and defamation. Basically, Shaft claimed in his $10 million lawsuit that Cardi cut him out of her career unjustly, by getting new management.
It’s been almost a year since 22 people were killed and hundreds injured in the Manchester Arena bombing attack that occurred just after an Ariana Grande concert.
In the wake of yesterday’s terrorist attack on London Bridge—one that left at least seven people dead—Facebook has announced its intent to render its platform “hostile” to terrorists.
Less than two weeks after a suicide bomber detonated a nail bomb at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester (Grande had just left the stage when the explosion went off), the 23-year old returned to perform at the much-buzzed-about, sold-out benefit concert, One Love Manchester, on Sunday. Grande performed for 50,000…