Hollywood Hubbub

They Guy Who Took Down Bieber Wants a Rematch

Lamont Richmond, better known as the guy who took Bieber to the ground without breaking a sweat, wants a rematch. Well, he wants to talk to Justin in person about “how they can avoid turning this into a lawsuit.” He wants Justin to admit he played an equal part in the fight. So far Justin’s people haven’t responded to the request. Lamont has suffered far more than Justin over the scuffle, he’s received death threats from Bielibers, and even lost his job. Get more here.

Beyoncé’s Fans Raised $82,000 for Flint

Beyoncé donated $82,234.92 to the Flint water crisis. It’s a very specific amount, so it sounds like she was just giving whatever she found under her couch cushions. But it’s actually money that she raised from her fans. As they were opening their wallets to buy tickets to her Formation tour, she gave them the option to donate to the cause. So, actually her FANS donated $82,234.92. It’s hard to believe that Beyoncé wouldn’t have chipped in too, but that’s unclear. Get more here.

Kevin Hart Lost $500,000 Worth of Stuff in a Burglary

Someone broke into Kevin Hart’s house in Tarzana, California over the weekend and stole $500,000 worth of stuff, including jewelry, watches and clothes. He and his family were away at the time. Kevin called police when he got back on Monday. The thieves pried open a back door to get in. But what’s interesting is that he lives in a private neighborhood behind two security gates. Kevin had surveillance cameras inside and outside the house, and police are looking through the footage now. Get more here.

Richard Simmons Says He’s Not Transitioning

Richard Simmons hit up Facebook yesterday to deny that he’s becoming a woman, but more importantly, to give his support to the LGBT community. He said, quote, “Some tabloids have recently falsely reported that I am transitioning. “In response, I feel compelled to set the record straight and refute these lies. Although I am not transitioning, I have and always will be supportive of those who are going through their journey. “We should not lose focus on showing love, strength and compassion to all of the LGBT community during these tragic times. My broken heart and healing thoughts are with the people of Orlando and all other victims of prejudice, bigotry and hate.” Get more here.

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