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Diddy Accused of Sexual Abuse by Cassie in Damning Lawsuit

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 16, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 16, 2023 |


Cassie has sued Diddy in a bombshell lawsuit that accuses the rapper of rape, physical abuse, sex trafficking, and if I’m reading this right, literally blowing up Kid Cudi’s car. Content warning for graphic details. (NYT)

Yeah, I’m sorry. Marvel needs to make bold moves, not cast the guy who’s literally in everything. No disrespect to Pedro. (Lainey Gossip)

Retailers are finally realizing self-checkout is pissing people off and not worth the supposed savings. (Celebitchy)

Chip Roy just wrote a whole bunch of Democratic campaign ads by being his wingnut self. Thanks, buddy! (Wonkette)

Kayleigh is launching a Hollywood-themed book club. Subscribers to The Gossip Reading Club on Substack can vote on the first book choice now! (Substack)

LeVar Burton is still fighting for your right to read. (Esquire)

I know it feels like Twitter has cranked out an obnoxious cadre of galaxy-brain edgelords who will gleefully careen the country into fascism over some shit they saw online, but folks, let me assure you. TikTok is all of that on steroids. (Mediaite)

Damn, Joy Behar does not like Travis Kelce and doesn’t care who knows it. (Page Six)

From Roxana: What started as a strike by Tesla mechanics is spreading, in something Swedish unions describe as an existential battle between Elon Musk’s carmaker and the conventions they say make the country’s labor market fair and efficient. (Wired)

Linda Yaccarino is only lying to herself at this point. (Rolling Stone)

Our deepest condolences to Dana Carvey and his family. (THR)

Cannonball Read has photographic evidence that Kit Moonstar was destined to be a librarian: some adorable baby pics. Check those out in this month’s interview and also learn what she loves about being a librarian, her favorite music, and why one-star reviews are so much easier to write. Were you destined for your job? (Cannonball Read 15)