The Chicago-set legal drama was introduced on the “Suits” season finale.
“It was a strategy by the lawyers, because we are the easiest to get discredited,” she explained.
“As urban press, we’re pretty much relegated to the ghetto of red carpets,” says EURweb founder Lee Bailey.
Sinbad, Jessica “Hilarious” Moore and Jordan L. Jones will co-star.
The streaming company says the claims are “a smear campaign.”
The company says it wants to “create a more healthy and stable business base.”
The film is slated to arrive in theaters on March 15, 2019.
The projects will explore the singer’s history of alleged sexual abuse of underage girls.
The skit made fun of Kanye’s Trump tweets.
Actress Samira Wiley and Jay-Z’s mother also received awards.