Spotted: Life Files
Following his coming out earlier this year, Frank Ocean not only delivered one of the most solid debut albums in recent memory but has also endeared himself to the gay community.
On the heels of his massive 2012, Ocean has received a GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Awards nomination.
Ocean has been nominated for Outstanding Music Artist at the 2013 GLAAD Awards alongside other artists such as Adam Lambert and Rufus Wainright.
The Awards will be given out in three ceremonies beginning March 16 in New York.
According to reports, Mac Miller has settled the $10 million lawsuit brought against him by Lord Finesse.
A confidential settlement was reached December 6 and terms of the settlement haven't been disclosed (although I would imagine Finesse caked up some).
Mac tells Complex:
"I'm actually legally not allowed to say anything about what happened," Mac told Complex magazine this week. "Other than that it's been resolved and we didn't go to [trial]. If that was really a problem, people would be getting sued left and right."
The suit was brought over claims that Miller used the instrumental to Finesse's song "Hip 2 Da Game" for his song "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza" off his "K.I.D.S." mixtape.
Bowyer tells RumorFix exclusively that her office has received 123,000 emails from people asking to save the show. 123,000 emails?!?!? Uhhhh...not likely.
The petition essentially says that the show sets a good example and shows a father trying to take care of his children:
So here's the question, would you rather see 11 children struggle with mothers on welfare? Or watch a man support his children? Does it come down to the race card?
Other networks that currently showcase polygamy, promiscuity, and alcoholism, are on the air, with multiple mothers and magnitudes of children. So what's the difference? Because Shawty Lo is black and a rapper? Yes, I said it he's black, ( just in case you didn't already know ).
Is the show really THIS important?