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Why Do You Care So Much? - Preview to Ep253 (Will Smith Sexuality, Singing on Planes, Rap in Court)

Why Do You Care So Much? - Preview to Ep253 (Will Smith Sexuality, Singing on Planes, Rap in Court)
17 de nov. de 2023 · 59m 25s

This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew returns to preview the next film, "Rustin" starring Coleman Domingo as Bayard Rustin, one of the instrumental architects of the famous...

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This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew returns to preview the next film, "Rustin" starring Coleman Domingo as Bayard Rustin, one of the instrumental architects of the famous Martin Luther King Jr. civil rights march on Washington D.C. in 1963. The random topics of the week are on the "newly" pushed rumored of actor Will Smith's sexuality by a man claiming to be a former employee of his, a gospel singer starts belting out some songs on a plane mid-flight, and a conversation on whether rap lyrics should be admissible in a court of law (Young Thug trial happening currently).
- Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's Response to Allegations Involving Duane Martin
Jada Pinkett Smith dismissed allegations that her husband, Will Smith, engaged in a sexual encounter with actor Duane Martin, labeling them as "ridiculous." These claims were made by Bilaal, who stated he witnessed the two actors in a compromising situation years ago in a dressing room. Responding to these allegations, both Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have strongly denied them, and Jada indicated a potential legal battle in response to these claims​
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- Bobbi Storm's Incident on a Delta Flight
Grammy-nominated gospel singer Bobbi Storm faced a confrontation on a Delta Airlines flight due to her singing her new single. Despite repeated requests from a flight attendant to be quiet, Storm continued to sing and shared a video of the altercation on Instagram. The incident did not result in her removal from the flight, but it highlighted the clash between her desire to share her music and the airline's policies​
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​- Judge's Ruling on Rap Lyrics in Young Slime Life RICO Trial
In the Young Slime Life RICO trial, a judge ruled that rap lyrics could be used as evidence under specific conditions. The decision by Judge Ural Glanville allowed the conditional admission of 17 sets of rap lyrics as evidence against Young Thug and his associates. The ruling followed a debate over the nature of the lyrics, with defense arguing for their artistic merit and prosecutors insisting on their relevance to the case. The judge emphasized that prosecutors must lay a proper foundation for the lyrics to be admissible as evidence
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