Dirt Report: Mac Miller Snubbed at Emmys Memorial

September 18, 2018
Mac Miller performs on the Camp Stage during day 1 of Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2017 at Exposition Park on October 28, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

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Mac Miller got snubbed during the memorial segment at the Emmys, and the New York Times got Angela Bassett mixed up with Omarosa???


The Emmys came on last night, and part of any award show is honoring the people that passed away within the year in the industry. A lot of people were mad because Mac Miller didn't get honored last night for the Emmys, which is weird because they can add people in last minute. They honored Aretha Franklin, Burt Reynolds, Anthony Bourdain, and even Senator John McCain (who had nothing to do with the entertainment industry at all). A lot of Mac's fans were up in arms, saying Hollywood is trash and they can't believe they left out of Mac Miller like that. Mac did act, and he had his own reality show back in 2013 to 2014, and he was in one of the Scary Movies as well. So what happened???

At the Emmys, Alec Baldwin was seemingly very, very honest in saying that his neice Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber got married. He was on the red carpet at the 2018 Emmy Awards last night, and he told Access Hollywood that they got married. The couple have denied being married, but only got their marriage license and didn't seal the deal. They have 60 days now to get married. 

The New York Times mixed up Angela Bassett and Omaosa at the Emmys. The Times featured a photo of Tiffany Haddish and Angela Bassett presenting an award last night, but said Angela Bassett was actually Omarosa. People were pretty upset about that, too, and we can't blame them.

Timbaland's mansion may have the tenant from hell. He filed a police report as part of his ongoing battle with William Zamora, who previously lived in his Miami estate. Timbaland claimed in court papers that someone has been breaking through the gate to the home and stealing his mail.He said no one else would have a reason to recover mail from the home. 

Back in February, Timbaland alleged that Zamora was staying in his home illegally. He had previously sold the home to Zamora, and was letting him stay there until the escrow closed, but the deal was never finalized and the guy refused to leave. Zamora countersued, claiming that he couldn't buy the home because there were liens on it. A judge previously ordered this guy to leave the home, and it's now for sale, but supposedly he's breaking into the house now.

Hurricane Florence's victims are getting a huge assist from Michael Jordan. He's sending two million dollars to help anyone affected by this storm. Jordan owns the Charlotte Hornets, and said he's giving one million dollars to the American Red Cross and another million to the Foundation for the Carolinas Hurricane Florence Response Fund. The Hornets are also donating food boxes and created Carolina Strong t-shirts with 100% of the profits to be donated as well. 

Bert and Ernie are more than just friends, according to Sesame Street writer Marc Saltzman. Saltzman, who joined the show in 1984, said the puppets are gay, and their relationship is a reflection of his partnership with film editor Arnold Glassman. Bert and Ernie have been considered icons in the LGBTQ community for years, but Saltzman said he didn't write their same-sex relationship with an agenda, rather just drawing from his own experiences. 

Boosie Badazz decided to speak up about his late night DM-ing, which he does to certain people like Rihanna and Nicki Minaj. He said that he hits them up, and says all kinds of things to them in their DM's when he's drunk. He said "I would love to spank your bank. I would love to smack Nicki's bank, too." 

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