Ex-NFLer (Kyle Quiero) Apologizes to Jill Scott After Questioning Her Attractivness / She Responds

As we reported earlier, some dude named Kyle Quiero, who played linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys for a hot second, caught major hell after asking his Twitter followers if “people are attracted to Jill Scott?”

The singers’ fans immediately came to her defense and criticized Queiro for his random question and found them to be sexist and believed he was body-shaming.

Tory Lanez even chimed in and said, “You can’t trust a n*gga that don’t find Jill Scott attractive.” Singer K. Michelle added, “Jill Scott is literally one of the sexiest singers of my time. I hate dead brain jocks.”

Quiero has since deleted the offending tweets, later posting …

“I tried to explain my tweet after realizing how poorly it was worded and conveyed. I didn’t grow up on Jill Scott so it was news to me that she was a sex symbol.”

Well, now you know, after learning the HARD way. Anyway, read the rest of Kyle Quiero apology below and SCROLL down for Jill Scott’s perfect RESPONSE

Oh yeah, there’s this … Yesterday, Miss Jilly From Philly noticed she was trending again, so she used the moment to demand justice for black women who have been killed by the police: Breonna Taylor and Sandra Bland. And also Black Lives Matter teen activist Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Salau, who was killed by a black man.

Will Smith Tells A Trolling 50 Cent ‘F–k You’ Over Jada Jabs in DMs

Other than cussin’ on-screen, Will Smith isn’t known for using the f-word, but when it came to 50 Cent he had no problem dropping it on him.

Here’s the back story: Fiddy posted a private message between himself and Mr. Smith Saturday morning where he is seen asking about the latest edition of Facebook Watch series “Red Table Talk.” Yes, it’s the now infamous and record-shattering episode that found Will and Jada discussing her “entanglement” with August Alsina while the couple were said to be separated.

After asking Will if he’s OK, Smith responded that he’s fine and appreciates the concern.

“But why she tell you that s–t on a show for everybody to see?” 50 went on to ask, to which Will responded, “We broke up, so she did her and I did me.”

At that point, 50 Cent, 45, added, “Then she said only SHE can give permission for somebody to blow her back out,” to which Will responded with a simple, “f–k you 50.”

As has been widely reported, in an interview with Angela Yee, singer August Alsina said that Will gave Jada “permission” to date him, which Jada denied, saying she knows the R&B singer didn’t want to be perceived as a “home wrecker.”

During the episode, Will was able to joke about supporting his wife through her “transgressions,” leading Jada to say, “I actually don’t look at it as a transgression at all. Through that particular journey, I learned so much about myself and was really able to confront a lot of emotional immaturities, emotional insecurity — and I was really able to do some really deep healing.”

Tiffany Haddish Trolls Kanye by Announcing 2020 Presidential Run with Dave Chappelle

Shortly after Kanye West announced that he’ll be running for the President of the United States,  Tiffany Haddish decided to troll him by announcing that she, too, is entering the race for the White House.

“We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future,” Yeezy tweeted on the 4th of July holiday. “I am running for president of the United States!”

Haddish then announced her bid by retweeting Ye’s statement word-for-word. 

In a follow-up tweet she wrote, “Well this just in Dave Chappelle will be my running mate.”

She added, “So #HaddishChappelle2020.”

We know she’s joking, but would you support a Haddish/Chappelle 2020 presidential ticker?


West has been teasing his presidential goals for the past several years, and planned to run in 2024.

“One of my main things [I’ll address] once I’m president is the medical industry,” he said in a 2018 interview with Power 92.3’s DJ Pharris. “I’m going to make sure that the medical industry flourishes. There’s one thing I learned by hanging around with Jay-Z, and being married to my wife, is you can’t fuck up the paper.. That’s the problem with a lot of the radical leaders in the past.”

By my count, there are at least nine states where it’s already too late for an independent candidate to get on the ballot. https://t.co/5XdLYGh3rk

— Hunter Walker (@hunterw) July 5, 2020


Yeezy told GQ earlier this year that he intends to vote for Trump in the upcoming election.

“We know who I’m voting on. And I’m not going to be told by the people around me and the people that have their agenda that my career is going to be over,” he said. “Because guess what: I’m still here! Jesus Is King was No. 1! I was told my career would end if I wasn’t with her (Hillary Clinton). What kind of campaign is that, anyway? That’s like if Obama’s campaign was ‘I’m with black.’ What’s the point of being a celebrity if you can’t have an opinion? Everybody make their own opinion! You know?”

We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I too am running for president of the United States ! #2020VISION

— Tiffany Haddish (@TiffanyHaddish) July 5, 2020


Well this just in Dave Chappelle will be my running mate #2020Vision

— Tiffany Haddish (@TiffanyHaddish) July 5, 2020


So #HaddishChappelle2020

— Tiffany Haddish (@TiffanyHaddish) July 5, 2020


Meanwhile, critics have noted of Ye’s presidential run, “Kanye West is obviously Trump’s desperation plan to take votes from Biden. This is like Biden convincing David Duke to run for President. Hopefully Americans don’t fall for this disgusting trick,” filmmaker Chip Franklin tweeted.

Bishop Talbert Swan added, “Don’t get it twisted, Kanye, ‘I’ve never voted in my life’ West is nothing but a sycophantic Trump operative attempting to siphon off Black votes to ensure his ‘brother’ gets back in office,” the wrote on Twitter. “Don’t get hoodwinked, it’s a trick bag. Ye is a tool.”

Do you agree?

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