Rumors started that the two women didn’t like each other after Henson complained publicly about attempts by producers to save money on the set of “The Color Purple.”
Taraji P. Henson called out the pay disparity in Hollywood, which inspired 50 Cent to offer to work with her.
Vivica A. Fox says she loves to see the support Taraji P. Henson is getting for calling out Hollywood, but she can’t relate to her experience.
The billionaire mogul says she supported the cast.
Taraji P. Henson was once yelled at by a man in a shop. Hear her story of refusing to take a photo and how she showed compassion instead.
Iggy Azalea has quit the music industry but is still pursuing her creative interests. Learn what the rapper said on X about her decision.
Taraji P. Henson has decided to forgo marriage: learn why the 53-year-old decided to opt out of it. Read more!
Taraji P. Henson reveals she fired her entire team after the success of her TV show ‘Empire’. Hear what 50 Cent had to say. Read more.
Director Blitz Bazawule celebrates the success of his new musical starring Fantasia Barrino.
Taraji P. Henson lambasted her former team and called out the pay disparities in Hollywood, which caught the attention of 50 Cent.
Taraji P. Henson revealed she is tired of working hard for a small paycheck and why she’s considering retirement. Read more!
“I got to sue Paramount or send them a letter.”
Taraji P. Henson explained that she initially ignored Oprah Winfrey’s call before she landed her high-profile role in the “The Color Purple” movie musical. Read more!
“This ain’t your mama’s ‘Color Purple,’” Oprah Winfrey promised, and the trailer delivers, teasing a new spin on an old classic.
Taraji P Henson will be heading to the small screen for a guest starring role in “Abbott Elementary.”
The ceremony also did well on digital platforms.
Taraji P. Henson says the pressures of being black are too much in the United States, so she’s considering moving out of the country!
Fiddy shares a post about the troubled actor with his 28 million IG followers.
“Jussie is innocent.”
Jussie Smollett won’t work in Hollywood again, says Taraji P. Henson; “that is prison” enough, she said, invoking the case of Emmett Till.