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Ice Cube Has Been Secretly Working With the Trump Campaign

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 14, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 14, 2020 |


Ice Cube is getting torn apart on Twitter after the Trump campaign revealed that the rapper has been secretly working with them on a platform to entice Black voters. Not good! (Complex)

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj are reportedly collaborating on a new song despite almost nearly coming to blows two years ago. (Lainey Gossip)

Gonna be honest. Holly Marie Combs is not coming off great in this feud between Old Charmed and New Charmed. (Dlisted)

Kristen Bell vows to stand by Dax Shepard after his drug relapse. (Celebitchy)

Holy shit, an actual film premiere and everyone’s wearing masks! (Go Fug Yourself)

Try Jesus, Not Karen: Amy Coney Barrett and the Untouchable White Woman (The Root)

I’ve received very few death threats over the years, but the one I did get was over ABC canceling Last Man Standing. So I probably shouldn’t revel in Fox now giving it the boot — but I am! (Vulture)

Hey, remember Amy Cooper, the white lady who called 911 on a Black birdwatcher? Turns out she’s even worse and made two bullshit calls that day. (Wonkette)

Stephen King says a second season of The Outsider is coming soon. (Collider)

No, you may NOT vote third party even if you don’t live in a battleground state. Here’s why. (Reclaim the Fight)

Facebook finally bans anti-vaxxer ads. Thank god. (Jezebel)

The final Cannon Book Club of the year is happening this Friday and Saturday, a discussion of Emily St. John Mandel’s The Glass Hotel. The book centers around money, ghosts, and the implosion of a huge Ponzi scheme. In his review, vel veeter says, "The novel is primarily focused on the ideas of culpability and responsibility (but not particularly redemption, which is a relief)." You don’t have to be registered with Cannonball Read or have finished the book in order to join the discussion. Do you prefer a redemption arc or one that provides justice? (Cannonball Read 12)

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