Amazon's Jeff Bezos just accused The National Inquirer and its parent company American Media Inc. of blackmailing him with nude selfies and Terry Crews said they did the same thing to him with fake stories about prostitutes. If you can remember, Terry sued Adam Venit for sexual assault and The National Inquirer and some of the people behind the publication was one of a few people trying to silence him. 

"This same company, AMI, tried to silence me in my lawsuit against @wme and Adam Venit by fabricating stories of me with prostitutes— and even went so far as creating fake receipts. I called their bluff by releasing their threats online. They blinked," Terry wrote on Twitter alongside a re-tweet of Jeff's claims.

Jeff was being blackmailed by the publication because they wanted him to stop his investigation on how the magazine got its hands on sensitive information regarding his affair and drop the idea that it was a "political move."

On another note, according to Page Six, David Pecker (who runs AMI) has admitted to buying the rights of sensitive and personal information about President Donald Trump (his friend) as a means to keep them under wraps.