DIDDY'S SON QUINCY BROWN ACCUSEDS JET BLUE PILOT OF GRABBING AND DRAGGING HIM: Diddy's son Quincy Brown has accused a Jet Blue pilot of assault. According to RadarOnline, Quincy — who's the biological son of the late Kim Porter and Al B. Sure, flew from Los Angeles to Newark, NJ on Sunday (February 28th). He tweeted, “#jetblue And I thought I liked y’all. F**K @jetblue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT A FAKKIN FLIGHT SMH @JetBlue y’all pilot out of pocket for putting his hands on me!! #jetblue.” He continued via Instagram, “I’m not gonna get into the whole thing specifically specifically. The pilot put his hands on me. Why? Because my bag – which fits in my pocket, damn near – they claimed it didn’t fit.”
JIM JONES COULD HAVE SIGNED DRAKE: In an interview with Complex, Jim Jones revealed that he had the chance to sign Drake but he passed on him. Jones said,“Drake definitely ran across my desk,” Jones said in a recent interview, according to Complex. “I got a call from [music executive] Alan Grunblatt, I think I was on tour, and Alan was like, ‘I got this guy named Drake, uh, he’s an actor, he’s on ‘Degrassi.’ I’m like, ‘Who the f**k is Drake on ‘Degrassi’?’ He let me hear him rapping, like this boy could rap his a** off.” He continued, “Then I looked at him, I’m like, ‘Boy, what do you mean? What am I going to do with boy?' He’s an actor, he’s in a wheelchair on like, uh, what is it, Disney Channel?’ I’m like, ‘Boy, I don’t know how to make this work out.'”
ESTEE LAUDER EXEC FIRED FOR SHARING CHINGY MEME: Estee Lauder executive John Demsey has been fired after sharing a meme featuring Chingy. Demsey, the executive group president of the brand shared a meme that featured Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Mr. Snuffleupagus, and it included the caption, "My n***a Snuffy sone got the 'rona at a Chingy concert." After the post went viral, Estee Lauder responded on their site, stating that Demsey "must leave the company" because his post does not "reflect" its "values." A spokesperson for Estée Lauder clarified that Demsey "was not fired, he was told he had to leave the company and is retiring this week.” Demsey apologized on socia media, saying, “I am terribly sorry and deeply ashamed that I hurt so many people when I made the horrible mistake of carelessly reposting a racist meme without reading it beforehand. There are not enough words to express my remorse and sorrow."