Leslie Jones

41 Hollywood Celebrities Who Tweeted Support for The Lincoln Project

For months, left-wing stars have tirelessly boosted the anti-Trump Republican organization by spreading its viral videos and whipping up enthusiasm on social media. Now their devotion is being tested after the New York Times reported Sunday on accusations that Lincoln Project co-founder John Weaver sent explicit messages to nearly a dozen young men, offering them career advancement in exchange for sexual favors. One of the men claims he was 14-years-old when Weaver sent him inappropriate messages.

Matt Winkelmeyer; Neilson Barnard; Kevork Djansezian; David Livingston; Kevin Winter; Emma McIntyre; Roy Rochlin; Joe Scarnici; Ben Gabbe; Frederick M. Brown/ Getty Images/Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP

Leslie Jones: ‘Burn Down This F**king Constitution’

Former Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones says people participating in the nationwide protests in response to the police involved death of George Floyd should focus on voting — saying, “burn down this f**king Constitution’ — rather than burning property.

GANGNEUNG, SOUTH KOREA - FEBRUARY 19: (BROADCAST-OUT) Comedian Leslie Jones poses for a portrait on the Today Show Set on February 19, 2018 in Gangneung, South Korea. (Photo by Marianna Massey/Getty Images)

Watch: SNL Mocks R Kelly’s CBS Interview with Gayle King

On this weekend’s broadcast of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” the show dedicated its cold open to ridiculing “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King‘s interview with embattled music artist R. Kelly. During the interview last week, R. Kelly put on an

'Saturday Night Live' cold open, 3/9/2019

Why Disney Passed on Buying Twitter

Although Disney seemed like the perfect suitor for Twitter, the company passed on the strategic acquisition over concerns that social media’s bullying, raunchy language and hate speech risked undermining the Magic Kingdom’s wholesome family image.

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