Teairra Mari And Morgan Hardman Put Ray J On Blast In Recent Interview – Tha Wire [VIDEO]
Today in Tha Wire, Teairra Mari & Morgan blast Ray J in recent interview on The Breakfast Club and a comedian is banned from ESPN after shocking tweets.
Well here’s more drama from Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood , ever since singer/actor Ray J fired his longtime friend/assistant Morgan Hardman, there’s been bad blood between the two. If you don't keep up with the show, listen to Tha Wire below and I'll fill you in on all the drama.
Long story short, both women are very salty when it comes to Ray J and AllHipHop reports both are looking to get even. Recently Morgan and Teairra showed up on The Breakfast Club, and a large part of the conversation centered on Ray. Check out the video below to get more details.
In other news, comedian Artie Lange may be hard pressed to find venues to do his stand-up for a while. According to AllHipHop, the comedian got way outta on Twitter with comments about ESPN anchor Cari Champion.
Lange obviously thought the popular First Take anchor was pretty hot and sent out a series of racist and sexual tweets, describing what he wanted to do to Ms. Champion. However, he used no filter as he described his twisted sexual fantasy of how he’d be Thomas Jefferson and Ms. Champion his slave.
Lang tweeted, “The chick on ESPNs First Take is so f—-n hot!” to lewd tweets like “Here’s the scenario I’m using to jerkoff to chick on First Take I’m T. Jefferson & she’s my slave. She beats the sh-t out of me & runs free.”
The MAD TV funnyman wasn’t counting on the backlash and sent several more tweets out trying to defend his ignorant statements, but it was too late. He did however; apologize to Ms. Champion tweeting, “So that’s a NO. But if it upset the lady in question that’s another story. Let me say to@CariChampion if this hurt u in any way I’m sorry.”
ESPN has banned the comedian from their network and issued a statement addressing the matter, saying his comments were, “were reprehensible and no one should be subjected to such hateful language. A spokesperson for ESPN told TMZ that “there will be no future bookings with the comedian. They objectify and demean one of our valued employees under the thin guise of “comedy” and are offensive to all of us. We will not dignify them with any other comment.”
So far Cari Champion hasn’t spoke on the ordeal, but she doesn’t have to as her network stepped-up, not to mention hundreds of followers on Twitter with the hashtag #iSupportCari.
By the way ESPN isn't the only network that banned the comedian. Find out what other network followed suit. Listen to Tha Wire now and get more details on all of the above.