Ja Rule Refuses to Feel Shame Over Fyre Festival Failure, Says It Was 'Beyond Brilliant'

Following Ja Rule’s infamous Fyre Festival apology of “this is NOT MY FAULT... but I’m taking responsibility” via Notes app screenshot last spring, he spoke about the disastrous luxury music fest once more on Revolt TV’s Drink Champs. Little has changed: he still doesn’t feel any shame about it because “the idea”…

'Maybe It's Just a Bad Movie': A Lion and a Lamb Watch Twilight 10 Years After Its Release

In 2008, when Twilight first hit theaters, I (Hazel Cills) was a teenager and thus unfortunately the movie’s target audience. In fact, I was there opening night, in a theater of squealing teenage girls who shouted either “Team Edward!” (for those who crush on vampires) or “Team Jacob!” (for those who crush on…

Robyn's Second Album Wasn't Released in the U.S. Because It Contained Songs About Her Abortion

A new New York Times profile of Robyn, ahead of next month’s release of her first album in eight years, Honey, spends much of its time exploring the emotional depths of the Swedish pop singer’s music. One already well-documented anecdote that’s included bears another look, though, as it encapsulates the many layers…