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Herschel Walker Reportedly Paid for Girlfriend’s Abortion

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 3, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 3, 2022 |


Like most Republicans, Herschel Walker wants a total ban on abortions with no exceptions. Also, like most Republicans, Walker is a giant hypocrite. According to a new report, Walker reportedly paid for a girlfriend to get an abortion in 2009 after he told her that now was “not the right time” for him to have a child. She also felt the same way, so it was a pretty nice option for all parties to have, right? That’s why she’s coming forward. “I just can’t with the hypocrisy anymore,” she said. (Daily Beast)

Either Emily Ratajkowski and Brad Pitt aren’t dating, or he’s extremely cool with her trashing Blonde, a movie he produced. (Lainey Gossip)

Kanye West showed up to Paris Fashion Week with Candace Owens on his arm and a “White Lives Matter” shirt on his back. (Dlisted)

I know this post is about Shania Twain telling Oprah to stop talking about religion, but I honestly thought this was Roseanne Barr for a hot second. I am so sorry, Shania. (Celebitchy)

From Jen:

If you’re going to accuse Whoopi Goldberg of wearing a fat suit, maybe make sure she’s actually wearing one. Otherwise, you will be called out on live TV. (Uproxx)

From Lainey: It’s pretty, but DOES IT HAVE POCKETS?? (Instagram)

Thirsting for Jeffrey Dahmer is heinous. Don’t do it. (Jezebel)

My deepest sympathy to anyone working at video game sites right now. Digital media bloodbaths are never fun. (Kotaku)

From Kayleigh:

Loki and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness writer Michael Waldron is writing Avengers: Secret Wars. (Gizmodo)

Game of Thrones is back on its night scene bullshit again. (Variety)

Kim Kardashian got hit with a $1.26 million dollar fine from the SEC for promoting cryptocurrency. (Vulture)

Anana got motivated to finish reading The Witcher series by Andrzej Sapkowski after watching the series. "I loved the ways Sapkowski played with storytelling, exploring how events pass through word of mouth and become distorted and fictionalized, before eventually passing into the realm of myth." Have you read the books? (Cannonball Read 14)