Here's everything you may have missed this weekend.
Chadwick Boseman and Cardi B are coming to the Saturday Night Live stage. Boseman will host the sketch comedy show with Cardi as the musical guest on April 7. (Instagram)
Remy Ma is adding to her resume with a new role on USA's Queen South. Remy is set to play Vee, a member of drug dealer Devon Finch's security team. The rapper will make her debut on the show's third season. (MadameNoire)
A bomb threat forced The Roots to cancel a show at SXSW. Trevor Weldon Ingram was arrested after emailing a threat to Live Nation Music and received felony charges of making a terroristic threat. Police searched the area and, thankfully, found no threat. (Variety)
Stormy Daniels' lawyer says some of the allegations the adult film star has made against Donald Trump occurred during his presidency. Michael Avenatti confirmed the news to CNN’s Jake Tapper after the host asked, "Is there anything in the litany of accusations—you would call them facts —that surround this case that happened while Donald Trump was president?" Avenatti declined to elaborate on which accusations may have happened during Trump's time in the White House. (CNN)
A new Oxygen documentary about Aaron Hernandez features those who knew him speculating that the late football player and convicted murderer may have struggled with his sexuality. In Aaron Hernandez Uncovered, Hernandez's defense lawyer George Leontire says, "This man clearly was gay. [He] acknowledged it. Acknowledged the immense pain that it caused him." (The Root)
According to a recent investigation by the AP, Jared Kushner filed false documents in order to force out rent-regulated tenants in buildings owned by his company. The report notes Kushner purchased three buildings in Queens in 2015, which included rent-regulated tenants, but falsified construction permit documents by saying there were no rent-regulated tenants. He later sold the buildings for $60 million. Tenants claim they were subject to off-hours construction and regular harassment. (Associated Press)
Nelly's rape accuser wants the defamation case against her thrown out. The woman claims there is no defamation because she is telling the truth. The 25-year-old alleges that the rapper raped her on his tour bus and is suing him for sexual assault. (The Blast)