Tyler the Creator’s new song “Sorry Not Sorry” opens with the words ‘Pardon me.’ In this newly released single, this artist taps into his dark, inner self of the past and apologizes for that version of himself. All while at the same time somehow portraying the fact that he doesn’t owe anybody an apology. In this song, there is a juxtaposition between sarcasm and sincerity, which accurately represents his journey as an artist. Musically, this song also harbors styles from both eras since we see his rapping resemble that of his old music in some pieces of the song.
Chris Rock appeared to have responded to Will Smith’s apology during his stand-comedy set just hours after Smith took to Instagram to address his behavior at the Oscars. Smith broke his months-long silence on social media Friday, and he posted a video in which he answered numerous questions he has received since slapping Rock in the face on stage at the Academy Awards in March 2022.
A Hispanic journalist group has slammed first lady Jill Biden for a speech that she made on Monday where she compared diversity among Latinos to the uniqueness of breakfast tacos. During the speech, Biden was initially addressing the progressive Latino nonprofit group UnidosUS in San Antonio, Texas, where she had said one of the groups former presidents built it with diversity in mind.
Andrew Cuomo appears at a Brooklyn church to discuss about how cancel culture has driven him out of his political office. Andrew Cuomo had to leave office because he was accused of sexual harrassment. He said, “It was probably the toughest time of my life, and it was probably the first time that I was glad my father wasn’t here with us anymore, so he didn’t have to see.”
After twelve years of hosting the very popular podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, host and comedian Joe Rogan has come under recent controversy. First involving accusations of spreading Covid misinformation, which was subsequently followed by several artists including Neil Young and Joni Mitchell removing their music from Spotify.
Rapper DaBaby got into a lot of controversy last week after he made some disturbing remarks about people who have HIV/AIDS during his set at Florida’s Rolling Loud Festival. He told the crowd that HIV would “make you die in two or three weeks.” The rapper issued another “apology” on Monday after many music festivals dropped him from their lineups.