The Detroit–bred, New York–based firebrand has questioned her family, her sexuality, and God. From the confusion and isolation comes one of hip-hop’s most promising young stars. When you accidentally embarrass the 22-year-old spitfire rapper Angel Haze, she does the cutest thing: She giggles, actually giggles, and buries her head in the crook of her arm like a kid playing hide-and-seek whose turn it is to count down. And when you embarrass Haze, it will be an accident, for two reasons.
We'd be lying if we said we didn't feel, upon hearing the news that Miranda July is releasing an app, a little frisson of hope that it would be a first-person, "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood"-style glimpse into July's particular motivations and social milieu. ("Miranda July: Silver Lake" has a certain ring to it, no?)
When Time magazine published the transcript of an interview with President Trump on Thursday, many readers zeroed in on a particular detail: his insistence that his continued allegations of wiretapping by President Barack Obama were corroborated by a headline and an article in The New York Times, which he claimed the newspaper subsequently changed.