The remarks came after he plead no contest to rape charges stemming from a 2012 incident in which he slipped a woman ecstasy. He has since deleted his Twitter account.
So disgusted right now. I used to be a really big Cee-Lo fan and honestly kinda wished the accusations were false (even though I knew they were likely to be true), but now I’ll never be able to listen to any of his music again.
"If I were to think of and dwell on disastrous possibilities, I could do nothing. I throw myself headlong into my work, and come up again with my studies; if the storm within gets too loud, I take a glass too much to stun myself.
Cracked, of course; when you look at what one ought to be. But in the old days I used to feel less of a painter, now painting is becoming a distraction for me, like rabbit hunting for the cracked-brained: they do it to distract themselves.
My concentration becomes more intense, my hand more sure. That is why I almost dare to swear to you that my painting will improve. Because I have nothing left but that.”
Happy Labor Day everyone! Enjoy the last weekend at the beach and your last chance to wear white, but don’t forget to take a minute to think about what today means. Plenty of great reading options: Steinbeck, Zola, Sinclair’s The Jungle, and James’s The Princess Casamassina. For something a little different, check out Ernest Poole’s The Harbor. Poole, the first winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, writes about the plight of Billy, an aspiring writer torn between sympathy for the working class with an appreciation of middle class social mobility. It’s an incendiary documentation of labor relations by an all-too-underappreciated figure in 20th-century American fiction.
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