Celebrity Scoop – 06/26/2020


Justin Bieber has decided to take legal action against two women who have claimed that he sexually assaulted them. As previously reported, one woman, who identified herself as Danielle, claimed on Twitter that the singer sexually assaulted her on March 9, 2014 at the Four Seasons hotel in Austin, Texas. The second woman named Kadi tweeted that the singer assaulted her in New York City in May 2015. Bieber immediately denied the allegations on Twitter.

Now, according to TMZ, Bieber is suing the accusers for what he calls “malicious” claims and says they are “factually impossible.” According to the legal docs, Bieber has “indisputable documentary evidence” to prove the sexual assault claims are “outrageous, fabricated lies.”

Bieber said that Danielle fabricated her story based on public reports that he ate at the Four Seasons Restaurant on March 10, 2014. And as for Kadi, Bieber says she’s a superfan who often waits outside hotels for him but she has never met him — and has admitted it in her own tweets. He claimed that she fabricated her story because she knew Bieber attended the Met Gala on May 2, 2014.

Meanwhile, Bieber also says he thinks the two Twitter accounts might be run by the same person, and may be part of a coordinated effort to ruin his reputation. He is seeking over $20 million in damages, $10 million for each of the stories.


Adele’s album’s release date has been delayed. Her management confirmed that the September date was not going to happen and commented: “We’re all in the same boat. You’re doing stuff and then all of a sudden, the world stops,” referring to the coronavirus pandemic.

In February, Adele made the big announcement about the release date at her friend Laura Dockrill’s wedding. When it does come out, it will follow her third full-length studio album, 25, and will mark the first new music from Adele in almost five years.


#CardiBIsOverParty was trending on social media yesterday (June 25th) after it was reported that the rapper created a fake Instagram account to say mean things about Nicki Minaj, Lil Kim, Doja Cat, Megan Thee Stallion and Ariana Grande. Cardi denied making the Fake Instagram, saying, “So I woke up…I’m seeing that they’re trying to make this Cardi B Is Canceled Party…I’m seeing these people, I guess they’re editing or claiming I have a fake Instagram. These people must think I’m a 15 year old girl, and they claim Lil Kim and my hairstylist, makeup artist and sister follows the page. They never did. They even made fake Photoshopped comments from my hairstylist, which we proved was fake.” 

On Kim, she said, “I don’t even speak to Lil Kim. I’m going to have to check my DMs…I don’t personally know her that well,”

On rumors that she created the page to diss Nicki, she said, “They’re claiming I was talking about this girl that I clearly…you know, everybody knows our issues,” 

She continued, “Ariana Grande? I don’t even have a problem with her. Why would I talk about her? I like her music. I never had a problem with her….Doja Cat, Megan Thee Stallion ..  I don’t even know why you guys want me to have issues with these people so badly. ‘Oh she hates every female.’ I’m not even like that…stop trying to make this fake sh*t up…don’t make lies about me. it’s tiring. It’s annoying.”


Beyoncé will receive a major honor at the upcoming 2020 BET Awards. On Thursday (June 25), the network announced that the singer, who is also the BeyGood founder will be honored with the prestigious Humanitarian Award.

The Amanda Seales-hosted show will also feature performances from Alicia Keys, Roddy Ricch, Jay Rock, John Legend, and several others.

 The BET Awards are set to air on CBS this Sunday, June 28.

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