To promote the upcoming second season of Empire, Terrence Howard invited Rolling Stone into his Chicago penthouse. The profile rests on a single question—“How bad is Terrence Howard?”—and leaves you with an answer that may or may not be satisfying: Terrence Howard is almost certainly bad, and he’s definitely crazy.
Terrence Howard has alleged in court documents that he was blackmailed by his ex-wife Michelle Ghent. According to Howard, he recorded Ghent saying that she could “get $2 million right now” for putting his “little dick out there in front of TV.” This exchange raises a number of questions, one of which is the following: Does Terrence Howard actually have a small dick? The answer, evidence shows, appears to be yes.
One day it will all be over for Terrence Howard. Life, yes, but more importantly the extremely embarrassing legal battle he’s been waging with his ex-wife Michelle Ghent. Recently, according to TMZ, Howard filed legal documents stating that Ghent attempted to blackmail him by threatening to release photos of his small d:
While doing that thing where people come out and talk about nominees for Best Picture (in this case: Whiplash, The Imitation Game, and Selma), Terrence Howard almost started crying. When he did this, I thought he was leading into an introduction of the notoriously snubbed Civil Rights drama Selma. He was not leading into that, but into The Imitation Game, the Alan Turing biopic. OK, then. I guess he really likes Alan Turing?
Terrence Howard showed up on the wacky funhouse that exists only in Andy Cohen's mind, and in true Howard fashion, managed to turn what was a playful interview with the lovely Nia Long into a foreshadowing of doom.
Days after his ex-wife Michelle Ghent filed a second restraining order against actor Terrence Howard, alleging that a recent conciliatory trip to Costa Rica went violently awry, Philadelphia Magazine has discovered that Howard once assaulted a Philadelphia woman and her fiance at a diner back in 2005. Not that it's shocking: The Chris Brown apologist already has a long history of violent outbursts, dating back more than a decade.