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.
TBS has canceled Cee Lo Green's 'The Good Life' after one season. It already completed its six-episode run and was a reality show which featured Green behind the scenes as a producer and performer. The post Cee Lo Green’s ‘The Good Life’ Canceled by TBS appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Artist Cee Lo Green deleted his Twitter account after reportedly making controversial comments about rape, then thanking God for "exoneration, fairness, and freedom" and asking for the public's forgiveness.
The unscripted series will not return for a second season read more
In the wake of Cee Lo Green's controversial tweets about rape, TBS has canceled his reality series The Good Life.
Welp, there goes my ability to ever enjoy Goodie Mob, “Crazy” or “The Voice” again, thanks to abhorrent remarks Cee Lo Green made on Twitter about the definition of rape. See, shortly after pleading “no contest” to charges stemming from a 2010 incident in which he slipped a woman ecstasy without her consent, Green took [...]
Women everywhere just released a collective sigh of resignation, as a weekend marked by some serious bullshit has been capped off with even more bullshit. Apparently his close personal friendship with Gwyneth Paltrow has done littleShow More Summary
How Lo can he go? Over Labor Day weekend, Cee Lo Green shocked fans with highly controversial Twitter comments about rape. The former Voice coach— who pleaded no … READ ON
Just hours after pleading guilty to felony ecstasy possession and being accused of giving ecstasy to a woman he had sex with, "Fuck You" singer and "The Voice" star CeeLo Green took to Twitter to inform the world that his definition of rape requires that the victim be conscious. Show More Summary
CeeLo Green temporarily deleted his Twitter account following a series of controversial messages about rape and consent.
He beat charges of sexual assault after a woman accused him of drugging and raping her, but CeeLo Green is still harboring bitterness. On Sunday (August 31) the “Forget You” singer took to his Twitter account to vent his frustrations...Show More Summary
"People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!”, tweeted the former "Voice" judge
Cee-Lo is pure filth! Cee-Lo Apologizes For Rape Comments On Twitter Via Guardian reports: The singer Cee Lo Green has discussed a court case in which he pleaded no contest to supplying ecstasy to a woman in a series
Cee Lo Green is under major fire today for remarks he made online after pleading no contest to drug charges in conjunction with an alleged sexual assault in 2012. After attending a preliminary hearing for an ecstasy possession charge...Show More Summary