Earlier this year, Hubert spilled the tea after she allegedly wasn’t paid for her work on Moore’s failed TV pilot. Although she was eventually compensated, she called out Moore again over the weekend and demanded she show receipts from their time working together because the money wasn’t adding up.
Hubert took to Facebook to vent about her frustration with Moore: “Lord help me I thought I was done dealing with this horrible horrible woman. I got a bill from the IRS the other day for working with…Guess Who… Lying to the IRS that you paid me more than you did is fraud Cuntya Moore. Punishable big time. My accountants have proven my figures. Good luck proving yours.”
She continued to read Moore, writing, “Thank goodness you have all that hair to cover the 666 on your scalp that you were born with. I don’t know why you thought you could get away with this. And you filed them in the wrong year… you are really really stupid. I am so weary of it all.”
We certainly love how thorough and fiery Aunt Viv is!!!
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Each year, OUT magazine names 100 of the most compelling and influential people in the LGBT community. This year, media personality B. Scott has been included in list of 100 influencers because “in the past year, his cross-platform presence stronger than ever.”
“At the 2013 BET Awards, he was instructed to dress more gender-normative, then plucked from his red-carpet-covering post. It was a slap in the face for the gender-nonconforming pop culture blogger, who was wearing a tunic, heels, and full makeup. But in 2015, he emerged from the subsequent discrimination lawsuit on a higher plane, with his own successful celebrity news and entertainment website, video opportunities, and an undisclosed settlement sum in the bank. Says Scott, ‘I am triumphing.'”
B. Scott reacted to the honor on Instagram, writing: “To God be the glory. I’m filled with so much gratitude and love. Thank you @outmagazine for the honor.”