I don't know what to tell you, but I'm not gonna put my child's life at risk because you want to change a law." Raven-Symone, the Cosby kid turned co-host of "The View," has made a huge social media splash since joining ABC's chat show.She has provoked viewers to call for her removal for statements she's made about religious liberty, the arrest of a teenager in a South Carolina classroom and her views about so-called "ghetto" names.According to the petition, Michelle Duggar's voice can be heard on a recorded call from summer 2014 urging the citizens of Fayetteville, Arkansas, to vote to repeal a law that forbids business owners and landlords from evicting and firing people based on gender identity.Demands to cancel the show gained fervor in May after a magazine reported that as a teen, Josh Duggar molested five girls, including four of his sisters.Lupe Fiasco used his Instagram account to take down the concept of white supremacy."You are regular," the rapper wrote in an open letter on his Instagram account.What I’ve realized after being married so many times is that I don’t need a man to be happy.That has been my greatest lesson and that’s why I try to teach my children-to love themselves.
Actor Jason Biggs came under fire after making what some found to be an insensitive joke after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed in eastern Ukraine in July.
You don't have to think it's funny, or even be on my twitter page at all."Kim Kardashian was criticized heavily when she was expecting her first child, North, in 2013, and perhaps a part of her wishes she could've just stayed home. Never leave the house." Kardashian caught so much blowback from that quote that she later had to tweet that she was joking and that she's learned a new lesson: "I guess you can't be sarcastic when doing interviews!