What’s Trending: Thursday, September 2nd, 2021
o She will not be charged with any crimes related to the incident between her and her housekeeper.
o The housekeeper called authorities after the two were involved in a fight over the vet care for Britney’s dog.
o The report said that Britney slapped a phone out of her hand and the housekeeper said that the screen was damaged.
o The District Attorney in the case said that there was “insufficient evidence that a crime had occurred and the lack of injury to the housekeeper or significant damage to the phone.”
o The group’s Hayley Williams and Josh Farro were recently added to the credits of Olivia Rodrigo’s song, “Good 4 U” as many said that there were obvious similarities to the band’s song “Misery Business.”
o Now people are talking about how much money the credit could be worth to Paramore.
o Executives say that its total estimated publishing and songwriting royalties puts the track “in seven-figure territory” in just a few months.
o They said it probably ranges from $1.2 million to probably north of $2 million on the number of spins, radio play and number of formats it’s on.
o If the payout is estimated at $1.4 million, after the publisher’s portion, about $700,000 would get split between the four writers on the song which would get split evenly ($175,000.)
o Music attorneys say a song like “Good 4 U” could earn about $10 million.
o The NASCAR driver was put on blast by his girlfriend on Twitter yesterday.
o Jordan Fish sent out two tweets implying that Hamlin has been less than the ideal boyfriend and father.
o One of the tweets said, “I have been quiet for far too long... and I have endured things no one person should EVER have to endure, and today was no exception. @dennyhamlin I hope everyone will finally see you for the person you truly are.”
o The other said, “Myself and our children deserve better than what you have given. I cannot believe I ever thought that someone like you could change. Because you cannot. You have a long road ahead of you, and one I graciously no longer will be a part of. Have a great life @dennyhamlin.”
o Last month Kraft teamed up with the Brooklyn-based creamery Van Leeuwen to create an ice cream version of Kraft’s Macaroni and Cheese.