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    Kanye West used pornography as a way to intimidate employees of Adidas and Yeezy, including photos and videos of ex-wife Kim Kardashian, an explosive open letter to Adidas executives claims. The letter from former members of West's Yeezy fashion brand also accuses Adidas bosses of turning 'their moral compass off' amid the self-confessed porn addict's alleged spree of inappropriate behavior. A number of damning claims in a report published by Rolling Stone say that West culminated a 'sexualized' atmosphere in which pornography was a constant feature, and often made explicit remarks to female Yeezy and Adidas staffers. Kanye West attends the WSJ Magazine 2019 Innovator Awards at MOMA on Nov. 6, 2019, in New York Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and musician Kanye West split last year after six years of marriage  West told a female Adidas employee in China 'I want you to make me a shoe I can f*ck,' while he also often played porn videos to colleagues - including home-made videos of himself and former wife Kardashian - the report claims. Yeezy was a multi-billion-dollar fashion collaboration between West...
    CNN's Jake Tapper has been accused of 'kowtowing to the new bosses' and deliberately steering his program to the right, in a bid to win over CEO Chris Licht. Tapper, the network's lead Washington anchor, was rewarded on Thursday by being named as the replacement for Chris Cuomo at the coveted 9pm primetime slot. Tapper's new job begins on October 10, and will run for a month - but insiders believe he will likely become the permanent host. Viewers and insiders noted that the 53-year-old had become decidedly more right wing, which they said was designed to appeal to Licht - who has said he wants to make the network less left-leaning and opinionated. 'Tapper is trying to survive,' said a media source, speaking to The New York Post. 'He's kowtowing to his bosses.' Another added: 'He's very ambitious,' describing him as 'very hard-working' with a 'healthy ego.' Jake Tapper, CNN's lead Washington anchor, will take over the 9pm slot from Chris Cuomo, who was forced from the network in December Since taking the helm, Chris Licht (pictured), who headed...
    A 'boss of bosses' of the Los Angeles-based Crips gang who began ascending the ranks when he was six years old has been sentenced to 35 years in federal prison. Paul 'Lil Doc' Wallace, 56, was sentenced for a racketeering conspiracy, which included the 2014 murder of a rival gang member shot dead while he was washing his car. Wallace has been in prison since 2020. His supporters, some of whom testified in his defense, argued that Wallace was reformed and had renounced violence. They said he played an instrumental role in arranging a truce between his gang, the East Coast Crips, based on the east of LA's South Side, and the Mexican-American Florencia 13 gang, who the ECC had battled for control of drug trafficking in their district. But prosecutors said he was unrepentant, boasting about killing people and arranging the stabbing of a rival inmate in 2021. They also pointed to YouTube clips in which he told of torturing dogs. 'As a 'triple OG,' a 'big homie,' and the 'boss of bosses,' defendant could order violence and commit...
    Formula One stars have been granted an exemption to continue wearing jewellery in their cars until the end of June, with further discussions between drivers and the FIA set to take place over the next month. The FIA has enforced its International Sporting Code more strictly so far this season, clamping down on the wearing of piercings and chains in both the Australia and Miami Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton was left furious with the move, but the Brit has been told he will be able to wear his nose piercing for the next three races after FIA chiefs extended their rule exemptions. Hamilton, whose piercing is not easily removable, called the potential ban 'unnecessary' and a 'step backwards' after new F1 race director Niels Wittich looked to bring in the changes.   ‘When they [the FIA] told me about the jewellery, they were saying safety is everything,’ the seven-time world champion said earlier this month. ‘I said, “Well, what’s happened for the last 16 years? I’ve had jewellery on for 16 years. So was safety not an issue back then?” ‘I feel like...
    PRINCE Harry "annoyed" Netflix bosses by giving details of his private chat with the Queen to a rival network, sources have said. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed a £112 million deal with the streaming site - but are yet to release anything for viewers to watch. 2Harry allegedly 'annoyed' Netflix bosses by speaking to rival networks despite their multi-million dollar dealCredit: Rex 2Harry revealed his chats with the Queen to NBC last monthCredit: Ruckas And now it's claimed Prince Harry has left Netflix fuming after he gave their competitors exclusive insights - despite the streaming giant being there with cameras. There was "a real sense of annoyance" when Harry spoke to NBC and revealed details of his chat with the Queen, according to insiders. Harry's own camera crew were shadowing the royal at the time of the interview in which he revealed he wants to "protect" his great-grandmother. They were filming for Heart Of Invictus, a documentary about his event for wounded and injured service personnel and veterans.  READ MORE ROYALSLOOPHOLE Queen's Jubilee could see Harry &...
    A Florida cop has been fired after his scorned girlfriend told his bosses that he had sex with male prostitutes on duty, posted nude photos on Grindr and brought her seized drugs for her to sell.  Joshua Brack was a sheriff's deputy with the Palm Beach County Sheriff until recently.   Last year, his ex-girlfriend told police that he had been having sex on the job with men, posting nude photos on the gay dating app Grindr, and that he'd committed a litany of other offenses including filming murder victims' decapitated bodies and bringing her seized drugs for her to sell.  The girlfriend told police among other things that Brack;  Sent money to men for having sex with him while he was on duty  Took seized marijuana home for the girlfriend to sell (it is unclear if she sold it)  Took bribes while giving people traffic infractions Drove his girlfriend around in his patrol car Sent the ex-girlfriend crime scene photos including of a decapitated head   Took photos of his penis and sent it to men he'd met on Grindr    ...
    CHELSEA boss Thomas Tuchel has hit out at the club as he broke his silence regarding the request to have Saturday's FA Cup clash played behind-closed-doors. The Blues wanted there to be no fans in attendance for their trip to the Riverside Stadium in this weekend's quarter-final tie against Middlesbrough. 1Thomas Tuchel has stated it was wrong of Chelsea to ask for Saturday's FA cup clash at Middlesbrough to be played without fansCredit: AFP That is due to the West London outfit being banned from selling match tickets due to owner Roman Abromovich being sanctioned by the UK government. Though the club did manage to sell 650 tickets prior to the Russian oligarch having his assets frozen. Following backlash, Chelsea eventually issued a U-turn and withdrew their demand after talks with the FA. Middlesbrough hit out at the Champions League holders over their request, as they labelled it as 'bizarre' and 'without any merit whatsoever'. Read more on SunSportCHELTENHAM FESTIVAL Sun shining on St Patrick's day as punters pour in for more action And now German gaffer Tuchel has criticised...
    A lawyer representing disgraced former New York governor Andrew Cuomo is demanding the state's ethic watchdog preserve evidence as the ex-lawmaker prepares to sue the body for revoking approval of his $5.1m book deal. The ousted politician was ordered last month to turn over the proceeds from 'American Crisis: Leadership from the COVID-19 Pandemic' following a probe by a state ethics panel.  Cuomo's attorney penned a letter to the state's Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) Wednesday, demanding that it preserve all communications related to the doomed book deal and efforts to stop Cuomo earning any cash from it. Cuomo was recently cleared of causing over 15,000 nursing home deaths in New York at the start of COVID, and of sexual harassment.   'The Governor will seek the intercession of the court to protect his rights and prevent further abuses by JCOPE of its authority,' James McGuire said in the letter to commission chair Jose L. Nieves. 'I therefore put JCOPE’s commissioners and its staff on notice that they must preserve all records, including emails, texts, and all other written communications, and...
    After a Washington State pharmacist was suspended from his job for a pair of drunk driving arrests, he vowed to go “hunting humans” at the Veterans Affairs facility where he worked, threatening to kill his supervisors and a VA investigator—as well as their families and pets—for supposedly tanking his career. On Tuesday, Matthew Ruhmann Slater, 41, pleaded guilty to one count of making interstate threats, according to a plea agreement filed in Seattle federal court. In doing so, Slater admitted to a slew of disturbing allegations, including building an AR-15 from parts he ordered through the mail and terrifying his targets by posting pictures online of notorious Wisconsin cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer under the words “REVENGE,” along with photos of mass shooter Seung-Hui Cho, who gunned down 32 people at Virginia Tech University in 2007. “I am soooooo incredibly mad at VA Seattle for the emotional trauma they put me through,” Slater messaged a coworker after he was placed on leave. “But I won’t shoot you or any of the normal staff. Don’t worry you are safe, it’s the higher up...
    A German teacher killed his family and then himself with an illegal handgun after his wife's bosses found out he had faked her vaccine pass and threatened to 'rigorously pursue' him over it, it has been revealed.  The 40-year-old, identified only as Devid R., was found dead alongside wife Linda, also 40, and daughters Leni, 10, Janni, eight, and Rubi, three, at their house in Senzig, 20 miles south of Berlin, on Saturday. Devid, a vocational teacher, is believed to have shot his wife and daughters using the illegal firearm, before turning it on himself. Each of the girls was found dead in their own bedroom, prosecutors have said. He left behind a lengthy note in which he talked about faking a vaccine passport for his wife who worked at the Technical University in nearby Wildau, before the forgery was uncovered by her bosses who threatened to 'rigorously pursue' the case.  Investigators say Devid was afraid that either he or his wife would be sent to jail, and their daughters taken away. While Germany's new Covid laws do allow a prison term for faking...
    Prince Charles today makes his most powerful intervention to date in the fight against climate change, telling Britain's business leaders they must help, or the planet is 'done for'. Drawing emotionally on his family connections to wildfire-racked Greece, the prince issues a robust challenge to big business to join his crusade for action 'before it's finally too late'. The heir to the throne says that humanity's 'only hope' is for business chiefs to join world leaders in an 'epic battle' to avert 'climate catastrophe'. Writing exclusively for the Daily Mail, the Prince of Wales declares that business 'with its trillions of dollars' has an 'absolutely critical' role to play. He says that unlocking this private sector investment could bring about a 'game-changing green transition'. Prince Charles today makes his most powerful intervention to date in the fight against climate change, telling Britain's business leaders they must help, or the planet is 'done for' Using visceral and emotional language, Charles talks about the wildfires devastating his beloved Greece, saying the scenes have been 'terrifying' and 'the stuff of nightmares'.  He...
    HOMES Under the Hammer host Martin Roberts has slammed Strictly Come Dancing bosses for refusing to take his calls. The presenter admitted he was feeling "cheesed off" as he appealed for help to get himself on the next series of BBC dancing competition. 6Martin Roberts has slammed Strictly bosses for 'refusing' to take his calls In a frank video posted to his Twitter account, the father-of-two announced: "Hey, Martin here, I need your help. "I’m just sitting outside a house filming in Coventry and you know what? I’m a bit cheesed off." Martin, who earlier this month was left "distraught" after he was forced to put his beloved dog Rolo to sleep, went on: "It’s been a really rough few weeks and I’ve just heard that Strictly, which is something that I’d absolutely love to do, won’t even have a phone call with me to see if I might be somebody who might be suitable for Strictly. "And it is something that I would love to do, and not even offering me the chance to have a quick conversation and...
    NEIL WARNOCK has lifted the lid on his friendship with Jose Mourinho. The Middlesbrough boss and managerial veteran has enjoyed tussles with the Portuguese over the last 15 years, with the pair enjoying a great rapport. 3Neil Warnock and Jose Mourinho have enjoyed each other's company down the yearsCredit: PA And Warnock, 72, has revealed that even his wife Sharon is a fan of Mourinho - and that the 58-year-old even wrote her a letter featuring a picture of himself with her husband. The EFL veteran told Sky Sports: "I had two wonderful photographs sent to me and my wife Sharon and me and Jose - She loved Jose. "On the letter it said 'Dear Sharon, please find enclosed two photographs of your two favourite handsome men'. It was me and Jose. "I thought she might have just crossed me out with a pen because he's a good looking lad isn't he?" Mourinho is on the verge of the sack at Spurs, having alienated fans and some members of his squad with his increasingly negative tactics. But Warnock still...
    PIERS Morgan has hit out at his old bosses at ITV - joking that a passage in his book where he spoke about how strong they were had aged badly. The 55-year-old star had praised them as "strong-minded employers who refuse to bow to the mob". ???? Follow our Piers Morgan live blog for the latest on his GMB exit... 2Piers Morgan rowed back on his earlier claim that his TV bosses were 'strong minded'Credit: Rex Features He posted a highlighted passage from Wake Up saying: "This entry from my book aged like a bottle of corked Liebfraumilch.. ????." It read: "Cancel culture is not about whether obvious racists should be given platforms. "It's about potentially seeing your life and career turned upside down for expressing opinions that the woke brigade won't like, about anything. "I'm lucky in that that although there have been repeated attempts to 'cancel' me, including petitions to have me sacked, I've survived because I have strong-minded employers who refuse to bow to the mob." 2The former Good Morning Britain star shared a passage from his...
    PIERS Morgan reportedly quit Good Morning Britain after dozens of his colleagues complained about his Meghan Markle comments to ITV bosses. Piers, 55, said on Monday that he didn't believe the Duchess of Sussex was suicidal while working as a royal – leading him to be widely criticised by viewers who launched a petition to get him axed from the show. ???? Follow our Piers Morgan live blog for the latest on his GMB exit... 4Piers Morgan quit GMB on Tuesday night after saying he didn't believe any of Meghan Markle's claims in her Oprah Winfrey interviewCredit: Reuters Duchess Meghan, 39, also complained to ITV saying she worried his comments might affect those struggling with mental health. But Piers quit the show on GMB on Tuesday evening, after storming off air mid row with weather host Alex Beresford who accused him of holding a grudge against Meghan and using his platform to "trash talk" her. The Guardian has now reported members of GMB's staff felt extremely uncomfortable with Piers as he continued to lash out at Harry and Meghan's "whining". A...
    A composite image of Piers Morgan on March 10, 2021, and Meghan Markle. Getty/Getty Morgan quit "Good Morning Britain" Tuesday after his comments about Markle's mental health prompted criticism. Multiple reports say he quit after being asked by his bosses to apologize on air. On Wednesday, Morgan tweeted that he still doesn't believe what Markle said in her Oprah interview. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Piers Morgan quit the "Good Morning Britain" TV show after refusing demands from his network bosses to apologize for remarks he had made about Meghan Markle's mental health, multiple reports say. While discussing on Monday Markle's revelation in her Oprah interview that she had suicidal thoughts but was denied help from senior members of the royal institution, Morgan said: "Who did you go to? What did they say to you? I'm sorry, I don't believe a word she said, Meghan Markle. I wouldn't believe it if she read me a weather report." The British broadcasting regulator Ofcom said it had received 41,000 complaints about that episode of "Good Morning Britain," and...
    Donald McNeil Jr. (above) resigned Friday over his use of the N-word  A top New York Times reporter has resigned and apologized for his 'extraordinarily bad judgement' over his use of the N-word after 150 staffers wrote a letter to bosses citing new allegations of 'bias against people of color' and slamming the paper's handling of the incident.  In a letter to staff Friday, Donald McNeil Jr. announced he was standing down from the paper after 45 years saying he 'originally thought the context in which I used this ugly word could be defended' but now realized 'it cannot.' Top bosses had previously said he should be 'given another chance' saying McNeil hadn't used the word with 'malicious or hateful intent' but also changed tact Friday telling staff 'we do not tolerate racist language regardless of intent.' The ousting of the man who was the paper's star COVID-19 reporter came after a group of staff sent a letter to the executive leadership Wednesday stating they were 'deeply disturbed' by the paper's lack of action and demanding a full...
    TV officials in Russia are to be “punished” after Vladimir Putin was “beheaded” on screen as he made his televised New Year’s message. A channel in Kaliningrad - the country’s most westerly region - blamed a "technical glitch” rather than a political protest for the embarrassing scandal. 4Part of Vladimir Putin's head was missing during the broadcastCredit: Social media 4How the Russian president should have looked Credit: RT Only the lower half of the Russian strongman’s head was visible to viewers as addressed the nation against a backdrop of the Kremlin.  The president’s annual address is traditionally broadcast a few minutes before midnight in each of Russia’s 11 time zones. It has a status akin to the Queen’s Christmas Day message in Britain and the Commonwealth. But on Kaskad TV, the top of Putin’s face including his eyes was invisible during his longest-ever New Year’s message.  Horrified editors soon realised the error and aborted the broadcast on both television and the internet, replacing it with music.  4The channel has apologised for the 'technical glitch'Credit: Social media Red-faced bosses at the channel admitted...
    DANIEL Craig was announced as the sixth James Bond 15 years ago this month – and he has wise words for his replacement: “Don’t f*** it up.” The British actor issued the warning while defending the decision to postpone the release of the 25th film in the spy series, No Time To Die, because of Covid-19. 10Daniel Craig has defended the Bond producers' decision to postpone the release of No Time To DieCredit: PA:Press Association It followed Cineworld saying the delay led to it temporarily closing venues. He said: “This thing is just bigger than all of us. We just want people to go and see this movie in the right way and safe way. "Cinemas all around the world are closed at the moment and want to release the movie at the same time all around the world and this isn’t the right time. “So, fingers crossed, April 2 is going to be our date.” 10The 25th Bond film has been delayed until April 2021 due to CovidCredit: PA:Press Association After shooting 2015’s Spectre, Daniel said...
    Dan Le Batard pre-recorded a message before he went on vacation, fearing his ESPN listeners would revolt when the inevitable news broke. The news, which The Post’s Andrew Marchand broke on Monday, was that as a part of sweeping changes at ESPN Radio, Le Batard’s show was cut from three hours to two hours. Marchand reported that there were internal discussions about pulling the show off radio completely. “I viewed it and said to people above us, ‘hey, this is a demotion,’” Le Batard said in a Mystery Crate post with executive producer Mike Ryan. “And the answer I am getting is, ’No, it’s not. We are making a concerted effort to move into the digital space because of the changing needs of listeners.’” Le Batard’s show will now air from 10 a.m. to noon — it previously ended at 1 p.m. — with an hour-long podcast going online before that. Mike Greenberg’s new radio show will start airing at noon. Le Batard said he was promised by ESPN bosses that more resources would be poured into the show,...
    As protesters around the country demand large-scale criminal justice reform in response to the high-profile deaths of black people killed by law enforcement in recent years, Joe Biden’s public embrace of their platform has aggravated some of the most vocal and politically powerful organized labor organizations in the country: police unions. Loyal supporters since Biden shepherded landmark crime legislation through Congress in the 1990s, police unions and their rank-and-file members are feeling increasingly alienated by the former vice president as the political winds have shifted—and as calls for permanent criminal justice reform have become Democratic orthodoxy. “It just shows that he is a typical politician and just goes with whichever way the wind blows,” said Paul DiGiacomo, president of the Detectives’ Endowment Association, the second-largest labor union representing New York City Police Department officers. DiGiacomo told The Daily Beast that Biden—whom he once considered a reliable ally of police unions—has changed his stance on law enforcement issues to his political peril. “It’s not popular to support the police now,” DiGiacomo said, “and he’s just using opportunities that are going on...
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