Welcome to PopCrush's Daily Break! Here's a breakdown of today's hottest pop culture and lifestyle stories as heard on PopCrush Nights, airing across the country. Check out Lizzo's lawsuit, Nicolas Cage's meta-movie and more, below.

Lizzo Sued by Postmates Driver

Remember a few months ago when Lizzo accused a Postmates Driver of stealing her food? She blasted the driver on Twitter and even uploaded the girl's picture! Despite having apologized for the incident, Lizzo is still going to have to face the consequences of her actions: Postmates driver Tiffany Wells has decided to take legal action and file a lawsuit against Lizzo for defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress. (via TMZ)

Kanye's Big Weekend in Houston 

This past weekend, Kanye West and his choir performed at a Houston Jail, then capped the weekend off by attending Lakewood Church, the largest church in the world.

Chuck. E. Cheese No More?

Our beloved childhood playground is about to undergo some major changes: Chuck. E. Cheese is remodeling their brand to have a more modern look and feel. Part of their plan? Replacing the tokens with an "All You Can Play" wristband and getting rid of the robotic band. In its place they will be building a dance floor where kids’ feet will light up the floor as they move around.

The Helmet Attack

Even if you don't watch football, changes are you heard what went down during Thursday Night Football last week. The Browns vs. Steelers game ended in what is being called the worst play in football history. See for yourself, below:

Nicolas Cage In Talks With Nicolas Cage To Play Nicolas Cage in Movie About Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage is set to portray himself in a movie about himself. Apparently, Lionsgate is in final negotiations to pick up what is going to be called The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. (via The Hollywood Reporter)

Squidward Is Getting a Spinoff!

Netflix is currently developing a "music-based" SpongeBob SquarePants spinoff show centered around Squidward. (via Deseret News)

Pop Stars Hit With Music Lawsuits