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Supermodel and actress Cara Delevingne is the first brave soul to take on the brand-new Hot Ones hot-sauce lineup in this smoldering Season 4 premiere.

The “Valerian” star battles through the likes of Dirty Dick's and Zombie Apocalypse while breaking down Burning Man survival tips, iconic celebrity eyebrows, and her FaceTime chats with Tyler the Creator. 

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Issa Rae Says That She’ll Never Listen to R. Kelly Again

In anticipation of her new Complex cover, Insecure creator and star Issa Rae visited the Complex office in New York City to sit down with DJ Akademiks and Joe Budden for Everyday Struggle. This conversation happened the same week that the world learned about R. Kelly's “cult,” and Issa didn't mince words when it came to her feelings about R. Kelly now.

“I mean, I was a fan,” Issa began, “but when I heard the first reports and starting reading a bunch of the articles, I was off it, I was kind of disgusted. I just don't have a tolerance for that kind of behavior, and I can't separate from the music, especially when the music is about the behavior.”

Rae continued, “I took the music off my iTunes, and if there's a song that plays elsewhere, I just don't listen. I'm extreme, I guess, just because I was disgusted by it. This doesn't really surprise me, it hasn't change my opinion of him. It's remained the same. I did the same thing for Woody Allen.” Strong words from Issa, but totally understandable.

For more on Issa Rae ahead of the season 2 premiere of Insecure on Sunday, July 23 only on HBO, check out our cover story and the full episode of Everyday Struggle.

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Issa Rae Says Hollywood Will Be More Diverse as ‘Racist Old Executives’ Die

Writer, actress, and Insecure co-creator Issa Rae is Complex's new cover star, and in her in-depth interview with Nadeska Alexis she spoke at length about the issues of race in the entertainment industry.

When Rae was asked about a comment she made regarding Hollywood's diversity and progress being tied to racist, old executives dying off, the star didn’t mince words in her response. 

“I'm happy to report that we're making progress. People are dying,” she said in joke-y and serious manner. “Roger Ailes just died. He needed to go. it's great. As time goes on… unfortunately we won't be able to take advantage of it like the younger generation, but it's happening and I feel like there are people in positions of power who wouldn't have had an opportunity in the past that have opportunities now and who have, a firm vision and are intent on hiring the people who haven't been hired in the past. I'm very optimistic on that. People die every day, so it's great.”

Issa Rae's words may rub some the wrong way, but there's truth in what she's saying. Racial issues in the entertainment industry have been well-publicized these last few years, most notably with the #OscarsSoWhite controversy in the movie industry. Television, by comparison, has offered a more diverse crowd of nominees at the Emmys, but make no mistake: there’s still progress to be made—especially at all levels of the creative process, including the executive levels, where money is allocated and shows get greenlit or canceled.

In that respect, Rae highlights the importance of having individuals like Prentice Penny and Melina Matsoukas involved in the day-to-day creation of Insecure. While you wouldn’t describe them as TV veterans, their vision certainly helped shape the show. According to Rae, not everyone gets that opportunity in 2017.

“That's the biggest catch-22 of the situation of just trying to work in Hollywood, trying to hire younger writers, trying to hire people who aren't in the union and who aren't experienced,” she said. “They'll never get those opportunities if they don't get a chance, and some people get a chance and blow it. OK, but at least they got one.”

Watch our full video cover story with Issa Rae here. Season 2 of Insecure premieres on HBO this Sunday, July 23.

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Thousands Sign Petition to Get R. Kelly Dropped From Label Over ‘Abusive Cult’ Allegations

Following recent reports that R. Kelly is holding multiple women in an “abusive cult,” a petition has surfaced online calling on Kelly's label Sony to drop the R&B artist. At the time this post was published, the petition already had more than 15,000 supporters and was just short of its goal of getting 16,000 signatures.

This latest accusation against Kelly is just one more in a long line of similar accusations. The Care2 petition recognizes this and calls on Sony to drop Kelly “for habitually preying on teenage girls for the past 25 years.” The petition specifically mentions R. Kelly’s illegal marriage to a then-15-year-old Aaliyah in 1994 as well as his 2002 indictment “on 14 counts of child pornography.” The petition also points to other “serial sexual predators” such as Bill O’Reilly, Bill Cosby, and Dr. Luke and urges supporters to consider why society gives these men “a pass” and continues to allow them to “float above justice simply because they are rich and famous.”

As BuzzFeed News originally reported on Monday, R. Kelly is allegedly holding women hostage in a “cult” in his homes in Chicago and Atlanta. The women’s parents claimed their daughters have been “brainwashed.” Three former members of the artist’s entourage confirmed the accusations by providing similar stories.

Two parents, identified only as “J” and Tim, claim their then-19-year-old daughter was invited backstage at a 2015 R. Kelly show, where the artist promised to help her with her music career. Since then, her parents have not seen her and have only heard from her through sporadic text messages. J and Tim’s daughter is allegedly one of many women involved in the alleged “cult.”

Additionally, former members of R. Kelly’s “inner circle” claim that the artist “controls every aspect” of these women’s lives, including what they eat and “how they engage in sexual encounters.” Should they break any of his strict rules, they are allegedly reprimanded “both physically and verbally.”

The woman was not identified in the BuzzFeed report, but after the report started reverberating around the internet, she spoke to TMZ to give her side of the story. 21-year-old Jocelyn Savage denied she is being held against her will and said she is “in a happy place with my life.” She added that she is not “brainwashed or anything like that.” She also asked her dad to stop embarrassing her and their family, claiming what he is doing is “a complete disaster.”

“I just want everybody to know, my parents and everybody in the world, that I am totally fine,” she said.

For his part, Kelly has denied the claims made against him. “Mr. Kelly unequivocally denies such accusations and will work diligently and forcibly to pursue his accusers and clear his name,” Linda Mensch, Kelly's lawyer, said in a statement on Monday.

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