The head of AEG — which runs the world's most famous music festival — hits back at accusations of antigay animus, while a scheduled performer for the April event makes it clear he won't abide discrimination.
Katonya Breaux tweeted to Ocean: "Son, can we crop Kim Burrell's voice out of your song?"
The antigay gospel singer, who is featured on the Hidden Figures soundtrack, is preaching the same kind of bigotry that is being denounced in the film.
The gospel singer called gay love "perverted," even though she's performed with Frank Ocean and is set to appear on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show.
The choir is performing as part of Donald Trump's inauguration over the objection of some members.
In his first-ever exclusive interview with the gay press, one of music's most elusive artists tells all at last.
John and others think it's "not cool" to be associated with conservatives, Palin writes on her blog.