The morning show anchor sat down with her bestie, Oprah Winfrey, over the weekend.
The rapper added that his apology was "authentic" and "sincere."
The rapper claimed that he was "raised better," than the choice he made.
The rapper said a talk with his mom convinced him that his reaction to King asking about Kobe Bryant's rape case during her interview with Lisa Leslie was an overreaction.
The storied Black writer made an Instagram post about King, whom he describes as "instrumental."
In the lengthy apology, the singer notes that social media is not conducive to "healthy and productive conversations."
The treatment of Gayle King over the last 48 hours is a case study in the inability to critique Black women without tearing them down in the process.
Besties Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King have officially proved they can keep up with modern-day slang. The dynamic duo—who commemorated their 40-year friendship in this month’s issue of O, The […]
Johnson resigned Monday for “personal reasons,” after attempting to back track on his comments about Kelly
ESSENCE asked a number of Black celebrities about their usage of the word "auntie" and here's what they said.
The twelve time author shared a quick tip on how to eternally have confidence in your looks.
Gayle King Says R. Kelly's Girlfriends Will Likely Regret CBS Interview: 'You’re Going To Regret This Time In Your Life'
The full "CBS This Morning" interview aired a day before R. Kelly was released from prison after someone paid the $161,000 he owed in back child support.
"I was not scared. I never thought he was going to hit me,” King said.
The singer argued that his previous history of being accused of sexual improprieties should not be relevant in his current case.
"It's all about the money," Marlon Jackson told Gayle King on 'CBS This Morning.'
Despite his faux pas, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is still insistent that he is willing to learn, and refuses to step down from office.