“Doggface’s” alcoholic cranberry drink… Millie Bobby Brown dating Jon Bon Jovi’s son… Nick Cannon is expecting a baby boy… KUWTK family reunion part 2 recap… and Chrissy Teigen’s reps question authenticity of Michael Costello’s claims
Remember that guy who went viral on TikTok for skateboarding while drinking some Ocean Spray and listening to Fleetwood Mac? His TikTok handle is 420doggface208, but the man behind the viral video is Nathan Apodaca from Idaho. Well, Nathan is hoping some of those people who streamed his video 81M times are of legal drinking age because he’s launching his own line of alcoholic cranberry drinks! A Cranberry Dreams Cosmo will cost you $4 a can. It’s 11.1% alcohol, which is about the same as four light beers. It’s on sale now at stores across the country and will be available online soon.
Earlier this month, Jake Bongiovi posted a car selfie with Millie Bobby Brown sitting in the front seat. Were they dating? Were they just friends taking a ride? Over the weekend, paparazzi caught photos of them walking the streets of New York and yes — it looks like 17-year-old Millie is officially dating Jon Bon Jovi’s youngest son, 19-year-old Jake.
Nick Cannon just welcomed his 5th and 6th kids last week and his seventh is due any day now. Instagram model Alyssa Scott is reportedly expecting a baby boy with Nick. This will be his fourth child in less than a year. In addition to his 12-year-old twins with Mariah Carey named Moroccan and Monroe, Nick has 5-year-old son Golden and 5-month-old daughter Powerful with Brittany Bell. And Nick welcomed twin sons Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir with DJ Abby de la Rosa on June 14.
In part two of the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians: The Final Curtain” reunion, Khloe and Kylie addressed the Jordyn Woods situation. Khloe said that while she hasn’t spoken to Jordyn since she made out with Tristan Thompson, that doesn’t mean she hasn’t forgiven her. Khloe said, “I don’t have any grudge against Jordyn. I think people make mistakes, people live and they learn. I have to forgive these people for me, and it’s up to them to forgive themselves and be accountable and learn and hopefully don’t repeat these same cycles.” She also said that if Kylie wants to be friends with Jordyn again, it’s completely okay with her. She said, “My sisters matter way more to me than any grudge or issue that I would have with another individual. And, if I can allow Tristan back into my life, I need to allow the same forgiveness and acceptance of other people.” But it doesn’t sound like Kylie is interested. She said, “When we were friends, we never thought that we wouldn’t be friends, it was kind of an overnight thing. When she did something to my family, it felt like she did something to me.”
Michael Costello threw himself into the Chrissy Teigen scandal, claiming he’d been bullied by her to the point where he had suicidal thoughts. But Chrissy is now threatening legal action because she claims the receipts Michael posted to prove his story were fake. Chrissy and her lawyers say there were a ton of inconsistencies proving that Michael doctored these alleged DM messages between him and Chrissy. For instance, Michael claims this exchange happened in 2014. The posts he showed used her profile photo from 2016. Not only that, the messages showed an icon for Instagram’s video chat function which wasn’t launched until 2018, and a color scheme that wasn’t added to the app until 2020. In a statement, her lawyers said, “The old profile picture and these new Instagram features could not co-exist in the same authentic screenshot.” Chrissy did acknowledge she slammed Michael for being a racist after she saw a post showing that he’d used the N-word, but says she deleted it as soon as she found out it had been photoshopped. And John Legend is sticking up for his woman, tweeting that the DM exchange Michael posted was “made up, completely fake, never happened.” He tweeted, “Honestly I don’t know why anyone would fake DMs to insert themselves in this narrative, but that’s what happened. I encourage everyone who breathlessly spread this lie to keep that same energy when they correct the record.” Michael responded to that on his own Twitter, saying, “…If someone were to say anything about my family, I would defend them to the max. I understand where you are coming from @JohnLegend. I respect and love your music. I even have four of your songs on my playlist, not that you care. But your wife has hurt good people and done a lot of shady things offline to ruin other people’s careers. You may not know that but she does.” John responded, “Bruh. Stop. You know you made all this up. Please just stop.” And with that, Michael is taking a social media break for his own mental health.
Chrissy Teigen’s reps question authenticity of Michael Costello’s Instagram bullying claims amid screenshot inconsistencies https://t.co/shue7IKg6S— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) June 18, 2021
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