Music festivals in Louisiana and Washington, D.C. have dropped Cee Lo Green following his gross tweets that “people who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!” Green pleaded no contest to charges that he had slipped Ecstasy into a woman’s drink and allegedly raped her; he maintains it was consensual sex. He also deleted the tweets, presumably [...]
A military base called off a concert by Cee Lo Green this week after the artist tweeted some controversial things about rape (he did apologize later for them, though).
In an attempt to deal with its own sexual assault crisis, the military is holding the musician accountable
Well Cee Lo Green, I guess it’s time for you to go. Yes, “Fck You” was quite a catchy song, and you somehow managed to milk that one out into a spot on The Voice and a Christmas album with the Muppets, but I think you might be done now. Specifically because after pleading noMORE
Days after making tweeting controversial messages about the nature of rape, former "The Voice" coach Cee Lo green has issued an apology.It all started Sunday, Aug. 31, when Green tweeted "If someone is passed out they're not even WITH...Show More Summary
Artist Cee Lo Green came under fire yesterday for some controversial tweets he reportedly sent out about rape, one of which seemed to question the idea of what consent actually means.
In light of his recent tweets about rape that make Kanye look like a goddamn genius, the Ninja Turtle known as CeeLo Green just had his TV show canceled by TBS. THR reports: TBS doesn’t want any part of Cee Lo Green’s The Good Life. The Turner-owned cable network has canceled the unscripted series after Read More...
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In the face of a backlash that includes people calling for his reality show to get canceled, even though it already was, Cee Lo Green has paused to reflect, looked deep within his soul, and called his publicist to come up with an apology for all those shitty things he said about rape. Show More Summary
Cee Lo Green returned to Twitter last night (September 2) to apologize for his controversial comments about rape. “I truly and deeply apologize for the comments attributed to me on Twitter. Those comments were idiotic, untrue and not what I believe,” the 39-year-old singer and The Voice judge tweeted out last night to his followers. [...]
Cee Lo Green has issued an apology to fans over controversial rape comments. "I truly and deeply apologize for the comments attributed to me on Twitter," the 40-year-old singer wrote, not admitting he actually wrote the tweets in question.
The former Voice judge and member of Gnarls Barkley was given three years probation.
Cee Lo Green is no longer living The Good Life on TBS. The network axed this reality show - which aired six episodes this summer, chronicling Green's reunion with hip hop group Goodie Mob - on Tuesday, just hours after Green pleadedShow More Summary
Cee Lo Green has returned to Twitter, less than a day after he left the social network due top backlash over comments he made about rape. His first tweet upon his return was to apologize for those comments. The post Cee Lo Green returns to Twitter, Apologizes for Rape tweets appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
[Update at bottom.] Cee Lo Green might have done well to follow the First Rule of Holes after he was sentenced only to probation after initially being charged with rape. Nobody follows that rule, though, and Cee Lo, apparently, is no...Show More Summary
In March, 2012, Cee Lo Green entertained Democrat donors and flipped off the crowd at Barack Obama’s fundraiser in Atlanta, Georgia. CeeLo sang the ‘fck you’ song and flipped off Obama and the donors in the audience. In November, 2012, … Continue reading ?
Cee Lo Green is not currently living the good life. The singer’s TBS series “The Good Life” was canceled Tuesday after one season, according to Deadline.
TBS has decided not to go forward with another season of "The Good Life," the reality series starring former "The Voice" coach Cee Lo Green, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.Sources tell THR the decision to cancel the series was made due to ratings. Show More Summary
Just days after Cee Lo Green tweeted a controversial message about rape following his no contest plea to a felony charge of drugging a woman during their 2012 date, The… READ ON
The cable net has confirmed that it canceled the former Voice star's unscripted series, which bowed June 23. The news comes days after Cee Lo Green rattled the Twittersphere during the holiday weekend with controversial, and since-deleted, comments about rape. The Good Life lasted six episodes, wrapping its run July 28.