‘We Hear’ Episode 84: Rihanna is not arrogant

In this episode:

  • Hollywood is full of humble breeders, but Rihanna knows exactly how to lead by example while supporting her cause.
  • Leah Michelle is in hot water after accusing the former “Glee” co-star’s life of being a “living hell”.
  • And Tim Gone has finally embraced the idea of ​​soft, comfortable clothing

Take a closer look at some of today’s stories here:

Rihanna does a good job

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Rihanna gave her three fashion and beauty companies a break for the day.

“We are not buying S !!! And we’re not selling !! Gang gang! Posted on Twitter on Tuesday morning “Blackcutouts AF !!!,” singer, 32,

He also shared a photo of a black square as part of the Blackout Tuesday social media campaign in response to ongoing protests demanding justice for George Floyd and police brutality.

Rihanna has replaced her usual homepage with a message in solidarity with the movement – each of three organizations – Fenti, Finti Beauty and Savage X Fonti.

Leah Michelle

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Leah Michelle was accused of making the life of her “former” co-star in the hit series a “living hell”

Star wrote about the Star Lives Matter movement that “Samantha Work, who played Jane Howard, called 33-year-old Michelle” George Floyd didn’t deserve it. This is not an isolated incident and it must end. #BlackLivesMatter. “

Ware, 26, retweeted Michelle’s message and responded, “Remember LMA when you made my first television jig a live heel?!?! Don’t forget Isle sometimes. I trust each of you if you take advantage of my opportunity. ! ‘Other traumatic microgravations that made my question a career in Hollywood … “

Page six reached out to Michelle’s representative for comment.

Tim Gon is comfortable

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Renowned fashion consultant Tim Gonn says the impossible happened during the lockout – he now prefers comfortable clothing.

He said during the 92nd Street Y Digital Event, “I would condemn the whole idea of ​​casual clothing,” adding that a few weeks later, “pajamas and loose-fitting clothing!” You think, ‘I feel narrow-minded… I feel like I’m wearing a wetsuit!’ I now have a lot of sympathy for people who want to dress casually. ”

“Just below my waist, I have only underwear and a pair of socks,” Gunn said, noting how comfortable he was.

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