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Emily Ratajkowski Accuses Robin Thicke of Groping Her on ‘Blurred Lines’ Set

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 3, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 3, 2021 |


Emily Ratajkowski has broken her silence on working with Robin Thicke for his Blurred Lines video, and it turns out he acted exactly like you’d expect Robin Thicke to act. (Complex)

The latest tea on Goop is in: Gwyneth Paltrow plays favorites. — OK, maybe not the hottest gossip, and strangely, it doesn’t involve anyone steam-cleaning their lady business. I’m as confused as you are right now. (Lainey Gossip)

Mike Tyson wants to fight Logan Paul? Um, yes, make that happen please, and not because I want to see a YouTuber’s head get caved in like a melon. You said that, not me. (Dlisted)

Daniel Craig wants you to know he’s very emotional. (Celebitchy)

From Roxana: On I Think You Should Leave. (New Yorker)

Solid read on how Dallas Buyers Club almost became a massive AIDS denialism turd thanks to a batsh*t homophobic screenwriter. (Vanity Fair)

From Genevieve: There are wild zebras roaming around Maryland and no one can stop them. (NPR)

From Claude: Exactly my next thought:

The 700 Club will no longer reanimate Pat Robertson’s corpse. (Mediate)

After breaking things off with Elon Musk, Grimes thought she could instantly win back Twitter by strolling around with a copy of The Communist Manifesto, which surprisingly didn’t work. Commie Twitter is dumb, but apparently not that dumb. (Blaire Erskine)

McFarlane Toys have been dropping some extremely excellent figures, and their customer service is top notch, but holy hell, what happened to the face for Henry Cavill’s The Witcher? Yikes. (io9)

Ta-Nehisi Coates’ National Book Award Winner, Between the World and Me, is another of the books banned by the Central York, Pennsylvania School Board. After tremendous public pressure and a campaign by students, the Board reversed its ban. For now. Dsbs42 considers it required reading, "It’s the sort of book that reminds me how transportive language can be - it’s prose that’s like poetry, that carries you away with the force of the words." Have you read Coates’ thoughts on being Black in America? (Cannonball Read 13)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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