Kevin Hart wants a judge to dismiss a lawsuit against him. Scott Montoya is suing over Kevin Hart’s comedy network “Laugh Out Loud.” Scott Montoya claims ownership of “Laugh Out Loud Comedy Productions,” which puts out comedy content to different platforms. He sued demanding an injunction stopping Kevin Hart from using the trademark. More here.
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A Black-ish episode was pulled last month by ABC with no plans to air it. The episode, titled, “Please, Baby, Please,” was supposed to air February 27. The episode was about Dre (Anthony Anderson), caring for his baby son the night of a huge thunderstorm. Dre reads the baby a bedtime story, but stops because the baby… Read more »
Richard Pryor’s son Mason Pryor bombed on Showtime at the Apollo. Mason, 31, is Richard Pryor’s youngest son. The tough crowd at The Apollo weren’t here for his Trump-Putin jokes. Or any of his jokes. The boos were loud. The episode airs tomorrow night on FOX. Watch here.
Katt Williams settles a case with a woman claiming he burned her. Jamila Majesty accused Katt of physically abusing her and organizing an attack on her. Court papers filed say Katt reached a settlement with Jamila. Jamila was paid more than $10k and as a result the entire lawsuit has been dismissed. More here.
Mo’Nique says Tiffany Haddish did nothing wrong with her Netflix deal. A fan put it out there on Twitter that if or when Tiffany got a Netflix deal it would be due to Mo’Nique’s public battle with Netflix. Tiffany responded with, “I already got a deal and I signed it way before she said a thing… Read more »
Chris Rock has no plans at all to apologize to Chris Brown. In his Netflix comedy special, “Tamborine,” Chris Rock joked about having to take pictures of the food in his fridge and his kids’ bedrooms to show he’s a fit father. To which Rock says, “I’m Chris Rock, not Chris Brown.” Chris Brown’s camps… Read more »