Golden Globes DRAMA, Donell Jones Crashed Into A Ditch, Kenya Moore Regrets Not Signing Prenup

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The Rewind with L’Oréal Luchi, filling in for Jus Nik, keeping you informed on everything that happened in the culture this week:

Golden Globes DRAMA:

Whitey Houston’s estate is not feeling golden globes host, Jerrod Carmichael, for his joke about the singer’s death. It’s unclear if NBC knew Jerrod was going to say the comment or not. Another interesting moment was when Eddie Murphy offered a “blueprint to achieve success,” as he accepted the prestigious Cecil B. DeMille Award for his contributions to entertainment. He said, pay your taxes, mind your business, and keep Will smith’s wife’s name out your mouth!“

Kenya Moore:

Reality star Kenya Moore regrets not signing a prenup, now that she’s divorcing Marc Daly. During a recent episode of Tamron Hall, Kenya shared that she wanted a prenup, but Marc convinced her not toThey got married 6 months after meeting in 2016, then divorced in 2019. According to Kenya, Marc doesn’t want to pay child support for their three-year-old daughter, and Marc may be seeking alimony.

Donell Jones:

Donell Jones fell asleep behind the wheel, crashed into a ditch and walked away with no injuries. I mean, that’s not where anyone, wants to be, but he’s certainly blessed to be alive. Donnell shared the graphic muddy pictures of the accident online and said he learned a valuable lesson, it’s simple, if you’re tired, just park the car. See his full statement.

El DeBarge:

El DeBarge is having a Rocky start to the new year. He was arrested on multiple drug and weapons charges. He was approached by Burbank police after they noticed his expired tags, then they discovered he was in possession of a baton, pepper spray, & tear gas. Officers also found drug paraphernalia and he didn’t have a valid drivers license. He posted a $25,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on March 9. 

Golden Globes Highlights:

On a brighter note with the golden globes, this year was all about diversity. NBC’s “Abbott Elementary” won best Comedy series. Show creator Quinta Brunson won best Actress in a comedy or musical series. Angela Bassett made history winning a Golden Globe for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ she’s the first actor to earn a prestigious Award for a Marvel Movie. Zendaya won the award for best actress in a TV drama series at the for her work on HBO’s Euphoria. Check out the full list of winners on