Minnesota-based retail giant Target recently has caused several storms in the LGBT community, according to the Huffington Post. The first controversy occurred in 2011 when Lady Gaga decided to put an end to a deal with the retailer for selling an exclusive edition of her “Born This Way” album after it was discovered Target donated $150,000 to MN Forward, a group that was backing Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmers. Emmers is known for his conservatism and his stance against gay marriage and equal rights for LGBT citizens.
You won’t be hearing any more homophobic lyrics from 50 Cent. The G-Unit general said, he supports Frank Ocean’s decision to reveal his previous love affair with another man in a recent interview with MTV UK.
Like the man who influenced his decision, 50 has evolved on his opinion on gay rights. However, he admits isn’t sure how Ocean’s coming out will play into his record sales.
Leave it to Justin Vivian Bond to create a cabaret act that breaks all the rules, but is still hilariously entertaining, wildly imaginative and vividly expressive. I am always berating cabaret performers that they should not lean too heavily on the ballads, and limit the length of their shows. I stand by that, with one adjustment – if you are Mx. Justin Vivian Bond, you just pay me no mind.