When working on a sketch comedy show together, Kevin Hart found out that Tiffany Haddish was living out of her car. He gave her $300 to find a place to stay for the week. Haddish has since become a huge star and can obviously afford to pay Hart back–but he refuses to take her money. He posted a video of Tiffany dumping cash on him and captioned his post, “I love my sister @tiffanyhaddish… She has been trying to pay me back for years and I refused to take the money so she ambushed me on set and made it rain on me. What she doesn’t know is that I put the money back in one of her wig caps that she wasn’t wearing later that day! I’m dead serious. Check your wig cap @tiffanyhaddish… I love you and I will never take from you.” Haddish responded by posting a video of her finding the money in her wig cap. “Thank you very much, but you getting this money back…. I pay all my loans off. That is something you and my grandma taught me: Never owe nobody money,” she wrote.
Harry Styles raised $1.2 million for charity during his 10-month-long Harry Styles: Live on Tour run. He donated a portion of the almost-one million tickets sold–as well as contributions from promoter Live Nation and the GLSEN PRIDE campaign–to 62 charities around the world. Styles’ tour also promoted the HeadCount nonprofit organization, which focuses on voter registration,. Additionally, it promoted water conservation by saving the equivalent of 10,000 single-use water bottles by fans and 3,200 by the band and crew. Harry wrapped his first solo tour on Saturday in Inglewood, California.
Sterling K. Brown confirms he is in negotiations right now for the upcoming Frozen sequel. Saying, “There’s a new character they want to introduce that I kind of auditioned for, and it would be an opportunity do something my kid can definitely watch. This is definitely family friendly, so I’m crossing my fingers and hoping for the best.”
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