Fails Of The Week: Bobby Shmurda, In Touch Weekly, CNN And More
December 19, 2014 - 5:16 pm
Who: Lil Kim
What: The Brooklyn native was hit with over a $125,000 lawsuit for back taxes.
Redemption: Kimberly will have to pay Uncle Sam.
What: Sony Pictures pulled their forthcoming film The Interview starring James Franco and Seth Rogen after terrorist threats on movie theaters surfaced.
Redemption: President Obama urged folks to hit up the cinema, telling ABC News, "[People should] go to the movies."
What: The Cable News Network promoted the hashtag #askacop which turned all the way left when tweeters spotlighted current police tensions.
Redemption: Stay off our timelines.
Who: Kim Kardashian
What: The reality star caught a lot of heat for posting a picture to her Instagram account where she cropped out baby North West for a selfie.
Redemption: Kim K. took to Twitter, saying, "Her eyes were closed and I was feeling my look! Can I live?!?!"
Who: In Touch Weekly
What: A column compared Solange's envious afro to the fur of a hairy dog.
Redemption: In Touch Weekly should issue an apology to the Houston native for their insensitive comment STAT.
Who: Phillip White
What: The San Jose cop tweeted alarming comments against the recent marches in support of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, including threats to protesters.
Redemption: The San Jose Police Department suspended White.