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Britney Spears’ Lawyer Says Her Dad Is a Drunk Gambling Addict

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 28, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 28, 2021 |


Britney Spears’ lawyer is blasting her dad for being a “reported alcoholic and a gambling addict.” This is getting messy, and no, I didn’t just lick my lips. This is a woman’s life we’re talking about. (TMZ)

Abbi Jacobson voiced her support for IATSE while her A League of Their Own series for Amazon is reportedly overworking cast and crew. Awkward! (Dlisted)

So I got freakishly excited about this Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively story because it made it sound like Free Guy is available to watch on Disney+, which is true, but not in America. Stupid Canada. As for why I got so excited, thanks to the pandemic, new movies are like crack in our house. You should’ve seen us watching F9 the other night. It was ugly. (Lainey Gossip)

A nice post about Gwyneth Paltrow? I mean, if we have to… (Celebitchy)

Celebrities, they’re just like us!

From Claude: OK, this is some good shit. A sit-down interview with Venom. (Ringer)

Who the hell is actually listening to Russell Brand these days? Honestly? (Mediaite)

From Steven: Folks, please, the west currently has catastrophic fire conditions, so always always boil your bear urine in the safety of your home instead of over an open flame during fire season. (CBS SF)

From Jen: Who needs the NCAA?

Donald Trump desperately wanted Stephanie Grisham to know that his penis is not small, nor does it look like Toad from Super Mario Bros. OK, champ. (Jezebel)

Netflix has purchased its first game studio. Neat? (Variety)

I don’t say this to sound high and mighty, but this might finally be the issue that makes me delete Facebook and/or take a dump on Mark Zuckerberg’s lawn. — Why not both? (Uproxx)

NTE used to teach kids how to read, and she wishes that she had had books like NoNiequa Ramos and Keisha Morris’ Hair Story back then, because it weaves English, Spanish, Spanglish, AAVE, and slang into poetry. "Kids need to hear their own languages in books, just as much as they need to see their own faces and read about their own experiences." What do you wish you had seen more of in school? (Cannonball Read 13)

I’ve been letting my kids watch these monkey videos, and now they want one for Christmas. Dear God, what have I done?