Jessica Alba went "crazy" during her pregnancy. The 37-year-old actress welcomed her son Hayes into the world eight months ago, and has said that changes in her blood sugar levels while she was pregnant caused her to "lose [her] mind a little bit" and "grunt like an animal".
The Sin City: A Dame To Kill For star - who also has Honor, 10, and Haven, seven, with her husband Cash Warren - said: "On a daily basis, when the blood sugar got low, I would go crazy.
"I didn't mean to. I would just lose my mind a little bit. I would just break out into a sweat and I would get thirsty and I couldn't find words. I would just grunt, like an animal. Good times. Good times, being pregnant."
Wiz Khalifa has hit back at critics who slammed him for letting his son ride the bus to school. The 30-year-old rapper posted on social media last week to gush over his five-year-old son Sebastian - whom he has with ex Amber Rose - as he headed to his first day of school, and said the tot "rode the bus and everything".
Shortly after his post, Wiz was blasted by critics who claimed that given his and Amber's shared wealth, they should be sending their son to school in a car rather than on public transport.
But now, Wiz has hit back, claiming he won't restrict his child from having normal childhood "experiences" just because he happens to have money.
The See You Again rapper said in a video posted on social media: "Being rich don't got nothing to do with a child's experiences. He said he wanted to ride the bus with his friends, so let kids do what they want to do. Chill."
Nicki Minaj wanted to "punch" Travis Scott in his "f***ing face" after his album charted higher than hers.
The 35-year-old rapper insists she wasn't "upset or angry" when her fourth studio album Queen came in at number two on the Billboard 200 chart, below his record Astroworld. She admitted she questioned what is "right and what's wrong and fair", and says she felt like she was "tricked" by the 26-year-old rapper.
She said: "Why do people always say upset or angry? When someone says how they feel they're not always upset or angry ... I felt like I wanted to punch him in his f**king face.
"The thing is, it's not anger, it's what's right and what's wrong and what's fair. I've had a number two album and I never cared.
"It's just that when you have a number two album to someone who is selling shirts and merch and selling passes for a tour that isn't announced yet, it feels like you're being tricked.
"It feels like someone is playing a game and like beating you at a game opposed to just selling music. I want to sell music.
"He sold a lot of T-shirts and sweaters and tour passes, and we're not going to have that."
Nicki insisted she is not "ungrateful" about seeing her record reach second in the charts, but she doesn't want to feel like she is being "bullied" and "taken advantage of".