Monday, April 22, 2019

John Legend Gives Kanye West A Run For His Money As The Best Easter Sunday Performer at lxbr.info

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Reported first by TMZ.com, it turns out that Kanye West wasn"t the only person putting on an Easter show. In fact, the piano playing EGOT-winner, John Legend, dressed up as an Easter Bunny and even hopped around his yard.

Chrissy Teigen - the wife and mother of his children - shared a video of her man hopping around as an Easter Bunny. There"s no question that the Grammy award winner is doing it to surprise their two kids together, Miles and Luna, who are the perfect age for that kind of thing.

If you"ve been following the tabloids at all, you"d know that many other celebrities are getting in on the spirit as well, including Gabrielle Union, Dwayne Wade, and their daughter, Kaavia James.

Other people to celebrate the festive day was Jessie James Decker, Fergie, Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, Travis Scott, and Kylie Jenner, as well as JWoww. Perhaps most reported on was the performance put on by Kanye West while in the California desert.

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In other news, according to The Grape-Vine/The Root, John Legend recently wrote an op-ed in an issue of The Chicago Tribune regarding the Chicago Police union and Jussie Smollett, the man who allegedly orchestrated a hate crime against himself for attention and advancement in his career.

In his op-ed in which he co-wrote alongside an ex-cop, Neill Franklin, the pair claimed that what poses the greatest threat to the city is actually the Chicago police"s union. The pair accused the union of injustice, standing beside cops who are guilty among other transgressions.

In the past few weeks, the Jussie Smollett case has reportedly caused serious issues in the police force and the District Attorney"s office. Jussie was charged by the police for 16 felony counts of disorderly conduct for filing a false police report.

The city even sued the actor to make up in lost time and overtime fees for the department"s police officers. The police union, known as The Fraternal Order Of Police, has repeatedly asked for Kim Foxx"s resignation due to her decision to drop all charges against the Empire alum.

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