Does anyone care whether this actress’s name is Keisha? No, not at Yahoo! Celebrity:
Her name is actually Keshia Knight Pulliam, and anyone writing or editing for a site that’s focused on celebrities should know that.
I’m trying to figure out the reasoning behind this inconsistency on the Yahoo! front page. Is it a political thing? Does the candidate for the Republican Party get a hyphen when he’s the front-runner?
But the Democratic candidate doesn’t get one?
Or is it a gender thing? Like a male front-runner, but a female frontrunner? Or is it just a case of letting writers spell words any way they want?