When I met her, she was genuinely concerned about how I was doing. Like, she hugged me like a grandma! Blige said with a laugh. And I needed that hug! I want people to get that opportunity. Apple went to work on arranging the meeting immediately, and the interview took place just about a month ago in San Francisco. The first teasers for the show arrived earlier this week, following the first presidential debate, and perhaps did not land as the brand or star hoped. Featuring the R&B icon singing Springsteens song to her guest, eyes closed and clasping Clintons hand, it quickly became an internet meme . But Blige says that moment was necessary. I needed Ms. Clinton to be impacted the same way [I was], she explained.
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In excerpts from the interview to air Sunday, Parker said he was falsely accused and declined to make any apology. AP Nate Parker wants to refocus us on ‘Birth of a Nation, but ’60 Minutes’ interview won’t help Caitlin Gibson The Washington Post 1 hr ago () The Associated Press In an interview with 60 Minutes, “The Birth of a Nation” director, screenwriter and star Nate Parker was unapologetic for a 17-year-old rape case that has surrounded his film. interviewIn excerpts from the interview to air Sunday, Parker said he was falsely accused and declined to make any apology. As the Friday theatrical release of “The Birth of a Nation” approaches, filmmaker Nate Parker has been running damage control, urgently trying to tamp down the growing controversy surrounding his 1999 rape case and refocus the public’s attention on his forthcoming historical epic. But a new “60 Minutes” interview, set to air Sunday on CBS, doesn’t seem likely to help him accomplish that goal. In his first televised appearance since the scandal erupted in mid-August, Parker makes two things very clear: He does not feel guilty about what happened 17 years ago, and he has no plans to apologize to his accuser’s family. Parker was a sophomore at Penn State when he and his roommate Jean McGianni Celestin, who co-wrote “Birth of a Nation,” were charged with the rape of an 18-year-old freshman, who said she had passed out after drinking and was unconscious when the two men assaulted her. Parker, who had previously had consensual sex with the woman, was acquitted; Celestin was convicted, but his verdict was later overturned on appeal, and he was never retried. Their accuser claimed that Parker and Celestin repeatedly tormented her after she made her complaint, and she successfully sued Penn State for failing to protect her from their harassment. She later dropped out of college, and, after several attempts, committed suicide in 2012 at age 30. In a preview of the “60 Minutes” interview released Thursday by CBS, Anderson Cooper asks Parker about the alleged assault: “Do you feel guilty about anything that happened that night?” “I don’t feel guilty,” Parker answers, his voice somber. When Cooper presses further — “Do you feel you did something morally wrong?”- – Parker speaks of his faith: “As a Christian man?
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