Quick Quotes: Kris Jenner, Daniel Gibson And Taye Diggs

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“He is the greatest kid in the world. I’m very close to Jaden and he’s like one of my own, you know. He had this Batman costume on and I thought it was just genius. When you look at it … it sounds just crazy. [But] it was beautiful. He looked so good, and so fun, and he also has a really good sense of humor.”

Kris Jenner talks to the Huffington Post about Jaden Smith wearing an all-white Batman costume to HMK and Kim’s wedding

“I won’t say that I didn’t cheat, but I will say that I cheated my wife out of a friend in a lot of situations where I was supposed to hold her down and I didn’t. I cheated my wife out of a lot of different things. I feel like when we got together, I thought I was a man, and I thought I had it all figured out but I didn’t. I think I was like 23 when we met, and so a lot of mistakes that you shouldn’t make as a man in a relationship with your wife, I made. So you can go down the line — I probably made every mistake. The difference between me then and me now is that back then, I probably would have tried to sit here and make an excuse like, “oh it was because of her attitude, and it made me go out and cheat on her.” No, that’s a sucker move — that’s for a coward to say. So I‘m sitting here telling you that regardless of what she did, I married her. I loved her. And none of that other stuff should have happened. We’re supposed to still be together doing it right.”

Daniel Gibson talks in circles when quizzed by Rolling Out magazine on if he cheated on estranged wife Keyshia Cole

“Unfortunately, the business is such that, as far as studios are concerned, they judge one quote-unquote black movie on how other ‘black’ movies have done, even if they have nothing to do with each other … It’s too bad we can’t do well on our own merit when it comes to the studios. They don’t like to take risks and, unfortunately, we’re still considered a huge risk, even though I don’t think we are.”

Taye Diggs sounds off on Hollywood holding Black films to a different, unfair standard