Another week brings another slew of entertaining happenings in pop culture.
Politically, the race for the presidency continues to have some of us wonder if we’re being punked, with Donald Trump winning over several states during the primaries. On social media, stars seemed to pull out the Twitter fingers, clapping back at the haters and the critics.
Here at HERSource, we’ve recapped some of the most talked about moments in the news this week for your enjoyment.
Blue Ivy Plays In Makeup
Beyoncé shared a sweet photo of Blue Ivy Carter playing in makeup on her website. The photo, taken on the set of “Hymn for the Weekend,” shows Blue Ivy all dolled up in a sweet and innocent fashion. So cute.
Kim Kardashian’s Latest Selfie Breaks the Internet
While this isn’t the first time we’ve seen Kim naked, the recent photo of the mother of two still spawned hundreds of think pieces and Twitter debates about nudity. Some celebs even shared their two cents about Kim’s decision to pose nude (again) on the internet, to which Kim clapped back to those like Bette Midler and Chloe Moretz (“your Nylon cover is cute boo”).
A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Mar 7, 2016 at 12:07am PST
World Leaders Meet to Stop Trump
CEOs and billionaires from around the world met over the week to discuss ways in which to put a halt to the political campaign that is Donald Trump. The world’s largest executives, including Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google co-founder Larry Page, met to plot ways to get Trump out the running for presidency.
Michelle, Sasha and Malia Obama Slay at State Dinner
The Obama women looked flawless last night at the Canadian State Dinner, were Michelle donned a Jason Wu gown, and the young Obama daughters looked flawless at their first state dinner.
Petition to Get Fetty Wap to Perform at Nancy Reagan’s Funeral Circulates
Following the death of former First Lady Nancy Reagan last week, a petition began to circulate that suggested Fetty Wap perform “Trap Queen” at the ceremonies. For those who may be a bit confused as to why, many consider President Reagan to have been the source of the cocaine and heroin epidemic that broke out in poor Black communities during the 80s, which would in turn make Nancy the Trap Queen.