The Quick Read: Gabrielle Union Once Brought Tuna Casserole To An Exclusive Party At Prince's House

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Sydney Scott May, 15, 2018

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Gabrielle Union recently stopped by Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and dished on being invited to one of Prince’s exclusive parties. The Breaking In star told Cohen that in 2005 she was invited to a party at Prince’s house and brought the late singer a tuna casserole. “We’re both from the Midwest, who doesn’t love a tuna casserole?” she said. “He loves it. He’s a Midwest guy. If you’re not from the Midwest maybe you don’t understand the love and the lure of a tuna casserole but Prince did.” (YouTube)

Childish Gambino’s “This is America” has debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The song dethroned Drake’s “Nice For What,” which enjoyed a month-long spot at the top of the chart. (Billboard)

Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman received a standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival just hours after the trailer for the upcoming film dropped. The audience gave the film, produced by Jordan Peele, a rousing 10-minute ovation and reviews flooded in shortly after, calling the film “one of his most uncompromising.” (Shadow and Act)

Marlo Hampton’s reality show is dead before it even got off the ground. She show was reportedly canned due to Hampton’s numerous demands. A source said, “She had too many demands and she wasn’t willing to budge. She has some star power, but for a new show, there’s too much of a budget. Marlo wanted too much.” (The Jasmine Brand)

A Catholic school in Florida is in hot water after organizers brought a caged tiger to the school’s jungle-themed prom. Students at Christopher Columbus High School were also presented with a fennec fox, a lemur, and two macaws. Many have slammed the event for animal abuse, sharing footage of the stressed-out tiger pacing in its cage as lights flash and music blasts around it. (NBC Miami)

Ten children were rescued from a home, where they were reportedly “living in squalor and unsafe conditions.” Police in Fairfield, California, uncovered the abuse after responding to a report of a missing child. Ina Rogers and Jonathan Allen were arrested after police discovered that their 10 children, ranging in age from 4-months to 12-years-old, had been abused and tortured. Authorities say they also found spoiled food on the floor and animal and human feces around the house. The children suffered from puncture wounds, bruises, burns, and injuries consistent with being shot with a pellet gun. (CBS Chicago)

Netflix has renewed its latest sci-fi series, Lost in Space. The announcement came Monday via Twitter with an urgent teaser and The Robot from the series shouting, “Danger, Will Robinson!” (Twitter)

Drake and Migos are hitting the road. The Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour will kick off in July following the release of Drake’s Scorpion, which is set to drop in June. (The Fader)