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Asked About the Kevin Hart Situation, Terry Crews Continues to Be Perfect

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | January 10, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | January 10, 2019 |


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I mean, I don’t think Brie Larson’s dress is pretty per se, but it is rather kick-ass and I can appreciate that. (GFY)

Jeff Bezos and his wife are divorcing and he already has a girlfriend, because of course he does. (Celebitchy)

Awww, I sorta miss Natasha Lyonne and I’m happy she’s working again. (Lainey Gossip)

Terry Crews was asked about the Kevin Hart situation on a radio show this morning, and of course, he handled it perfectly, saying that Hart is not the victim and that he needs to acknowledge other people’s pain but also showing some empathy toward Kevin Hart’s feeling but then saying why those feelings are wrong. Terry Crews is the best. (Uproxx)

Y’all. Y’ALL. I don’t know if this is hashtag relationship goals (I’m leaning heavily into HELL NAH), but Goop brought her ex-husband on her honeymoon. (Dlisted)

“I make low six-figures, but I’m broke.” Let me please show you this tiny, tiny violin (maybe Trump’s tiny hands can play it for you?) (The Cut)

Oh Jameela Jamil, how I love thee. (Nylon)

Scientists are looking at medieval books to see if they contain recipes for new forms of antibiotics. I mean, that’s good, I guess? As long as my birth control doesn’t get replaced by something out of Westeros. (The Conversation)

Entertainment Weekly asks what’s better: early Sopranos or later Sopranos? As someone currently rewatching this show, let me start off by saying how unlikable everyone is. I do mean everyone. The mobsters, the wives, the kids. Oh my god, they’re all such assholes. So I guess my answer is…neither? (EW)

A dive into Senator Elizabeth Warren’s beliefs. (The New Yorker)

Eric Heisserer (screenwriter of Arrival and Bird Box) is adapting Shadow and Bone for Netflix. (Tor)

This is a list of 12 things science hasn’t figured out yet. “How general anesthesia works” is probably the most terrifying one. (Mental Floss)

Representative Steve “Cantaloupes Calves” King is wondering why “white nationalist” and “white supremacist” is offensive. Awww, you guys, I think we’re hurting his fee-fees. (Vox)

Salman Rushdie doesn’t like Donald Trump, and that dislike drives his new novel The Golden House. Maybe Rushdie was ham-handed with his dislike, or maybe lumenatrix is suffering from Trump fatigue. "In the background, the events of the 2016 elections play out as The Joker vs. The Batwoman. I see what Rushdie was doing with this, and in a lot of ways the parable works, but it also gets a little old." Is it too soon for you to see the Trump family in your literature? (Cannonball Read 11)



Ursula is a Staff Contributor for Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.



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