The Sauce, With Sos 9/3/21


Gregg Leakes has died. The 66-year-old succumbed to colon cancer on Wednesday at his home in Atlanta. He was best known as the husband of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, NeNe Leakes.

The reality TV star and real estate investor was diagnosed with stage three colon cancer in 2018. It went into remission after six months of chemotherapy, but it returned in June.



Britney Spears won’t be charged in the situation with her housekeeper. As I told you, she allegedly slapped a phone out of the housekeeper’s hand during an altercation about her dogs. 

According to Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko, an investigation found “insufficient evidence that a crime had occurred.” Also, a review by the sheriff found that there was no injury to the housekeeper or significant damage to the phone. 

“If this involved Jane Doe rather than Britney Spears, it would not have been pursued or covered at all,” Mathew Rosengart, her lawyer, said in a statement. “Anyone can make an accusation, but this should never have made it this far, and we are glad the DA’s Office has done the right thing.”

Source:NBC News


As I've told you many Lady Gaga fans were upset when they heard that her dog walker, Ryan Fischer, who was shot while trying to protect her dogs from a kidnapping, felt “abandoned and unsupported” since the incident. Well, now he’s setting the record straight. 

It all started when he created a GoFundMe after his van broke down while he was on a road trip to heal his emotional wounds. Folks were upset Gaga wasn’t doing anything for him but he insists that wasn’t his intention.

“Everyone thought that I was setting a blame on someone, when it was all love," he tells “Rolling Stone.” "It's what happens in trauma—all your loved ones, all your family, everyone: you feel alone. You don't feel supported because this is your journey."

Ryan insists that things are good between him and Gaga, noting, “They're my friends, and I love them and they're absolutely there for me,” adding, “I have nothing but gratitude for everything. It's just a weird situation just because of how it's evolved in the media. But I'm very grateful for my friendships."

But Fischer’s assistant Elisha Ault thinks Gaga could have done more noting, “They were supportive from afar,” adding “there were a lot of words of assurance,” suggesting they were going to take care of Ryan, but nobody ever really came to see him. She added, “Ryan was a lot more than just an employee for them. They were friends—close friends—for years." 

Source:Rolling Stone

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