Cardi B is fighting back after her boyfriend’s phone was hacked. According to TMZ, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper is taking legal action at whoever got into the phone of her boyfriend, rapper Offset, and leaked explicit images, including a nude of her.
Cardi’s attorney, Scott Mason, tells the site that the explicit visuals were released over the holidays. The visuals were illegally obtained, and a full investigation by her camp is underway.
The “Love Hip Hop” reality star and former stripper says that the nudes themselves are not what bother her. She has been very open and empowered about owning her sexuality in her music and public image.
“People keep posting the nude videos of me like if i wasn’t a stripper before. You know there’s videos of me stripping with my titties ass out on YouTube already right? anyways i know i know i got a nice body right,” she tweeted.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against film mogul Harvey Weinstein. Following multiple allegations of sexual abuse and assault against the former The Weinstein Company head, Variety shares that six women have filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court in New York.
The six plaintiffs are: Louisette Geiss, Katherine Kendall, Zoe Brock, Sarah Ann Masse, Melissa Sagemiller and Nannette Klatt. They claim that Weinstein as well as the larger Hollywood network of lawyers, agents and The Weinstein Company (which includes his brother Bob) were aware of the predatory behavior.
“Harvey Weinstein is a predator. Bob (Weinstein) knew it. The board knew it. The lawyers knew it. The private investigators knew it. Hollywood knew it. We knew it. Now the world knows it,” the plaintiffs said in a joint statement.
“We have watched with horror, amazement, pride and gratitude in the last two months as women (and men) the world over have come forward
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/crime-time/women-class-action-lawsuit-harvey-weinstein