Hollywood Live: The March Madness women are crushing it | Kanye’s employee files lawsuit


LSU players Angel Reese (10) Aneesah Morrow (24) and Flau'jae Johnson (4) defend against Iowa guard Caitlin Clark (22) as she passes the ball during the first half of a Elite Eight college basketball game in the NCAA Tournament, Monday, April 1, 2024, in Albany, N.Y. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)
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I know March is over, but March Madness continues for one more weekend. And I’ve got to tell you, the women are crushing it. After LSU’s defeat against Caitlin Clark and those Iowa Hawkeyes this week, Angel Reese took some time in the post-game conference to reflect on the tough year she’s had since winning it all.

You know what? She said she has received death threats, been sexualized, and she’s just trying to stand tall for her teammates. She does not want them to see her down and not be there for them. I am so proud of all of these young women. They are playing like crazy. And I got to say, I am so upset that this is happening to this girl.

Reese says that, you know, she wouldn’t change anything even though she has not been happy since winning all of these awards. Well, I’m just going to say, why does this keep happening to Black women athletes? What is going on here? It really does beg that question.

Kanye West arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Feb. 9, 2020, in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Now, you know, I don’t usually talk about Kanye West, because he is a sick individual who needs help. All that said, for anyone still interested in buying anything with his name on it, you might want to pay attention to the most recent suit brought against him by an employee of his troubled private Christian school, the Donda Academy.

In a lawsuit, the employee says that Yee wanted to shave students heads and lock them in cages. In a text message to this former employee, Trevor Phillips, Ye compared himself to Hitler, minus the gas chambers, and he is also accusing West of calling out Black people in a discriminatory matter, pushing employees to do renovations without permits, and telling employees they will be fired for getting fat.

There are so many unsavory things mentioned in this lawsuit that I will not discuss. But just saying, if you’re still interested in his music, you might want to take a look at this lawsuit.

And for all these stories and a whole lot more, don’t forget to follow Tanya Hart on social media @tanyahollywood and @aurnonline.

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