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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Cardi B confirms that she and Offset were actually married last September. 
  • Bill Russell flipped off Charles Barkley at Monday night's NBA Awards, saying, "Sorry everyone, I forgot it was live TV and I can't help myself whenever I see Charles it just is pure instinct." 
  • Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer is working on a television interview show in which he banters with guests about a variety of topics. 
  • Shayanna Jenkins, the woman who was engaged to Aaron Hernandez has given birth to a baby girl. We're told the father of the child is Dino Guilmette, an amateur boxer from Providence. 
  • Not surprising, LeBron James Jr. is tearing up the summer leagues at age 13. 
  • Donald Trump Jr., and a woman named Kimberly Guilfoyle took their romance out of New York and headed to Montana for a nature trip, where he also made his relationship Instagram official, over the weekend. For the record, he's 40, she's 49. 
  • To summarize: Jimmy Fallon expressed regret for playing with candidate Donald Trump's hair during his Tonight Show visit, because it "normalized" Trump. The president responded by tweeting, "Be a man, Jimmy." Fallon responded to that by making donations to a charity that supports immigrants. 
  • Ariana Grande, speaking about the criticism she's getting for such a quick engagement to Pete Davidson: "This ends now." 
  • Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, is being accused of plagiarism for his song, "This is America." They say it's incredibly similar to a song by New Jersey rapper Jase Harley, "American Pharaoh." 
  • The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved the country's first drug derived from marijuana, a medication that treats two rare and devastating forms of epilepsy. 
  • The University of Michigan says it has made the world's smallest computer that is less than the size of a grain of rice. 
  • The Venezuelan Army has taken over the country's water supply, requiring people to pay for all their water. 
  • Senator Claire McCaskill was saved by Senator Joe Manchin using the Heimlich Maneuver after she choked on some food. 
  • A study says "pregnancy brain" is real, with 64% of expectant moms saying they struggle to find the right words to say. 
  • Russell Crowe is set to play Roger Ailes in a Showtime series. 

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