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Kanye Is Telling People That Fentanyl Killed George Floyd and, Wait, Is That Kid Rock? C’mon

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 16, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 16, 2022 |


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As Kanye delves deeper into MAGA waters, he’s now telling people that the police didn’t kill George Floyd. Fentanyl did it. Also, yes, that is Kid Rock hanging out with Kanye last week because I mentioned the whole going full MAGA thing, right? OK, good. (Rolling Stone)

Chris Evans is scruffy for Santa on the set of Amazon’s Red One. (Lainey Gossip)

Seth Green claims Bill Murray threw him in a trash can when he was only 9-years-old for sitting in his seat. (Dlisted)

Is Elon Musk finally being investigated over this whole ‘buying Twitter’ mess? (Celebitchy)

From Kayleigh: This hag does not speak for my country or my gender.

The voice actress for Bayonetta tells fans to boycott the third game after being offered only $4,000 to reprise her role. (Variety)

And in more bad video games news, RIP G4. Again. (Kotaku)

The Rings of Power showrunners were the dudes who wrote the Star Trek 4 script that would’ve seen Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth reunite as father and son. (IndieWire)

From Steven: I do NOT want to know what accidental experiment led to this research being pursued.


Mel Gibson is going to testify against Harvey Weinstein? The Mel Gibson? The guy who was recorded demanding sex before the jacuzzi or he’ll burn the house down? Him? (Deadline)
Rian Johnson confirms those Benoit Blanc rumors. (Vulture)
Seth MacFarlane finally got his The Naked Gun reboot starring Liam Neeson. (The Wrap)
What are your good books with bad endings? Zirza enjoyed Laura McHugh’s What’s Done in the Darkness until the last bit. "The story, which had been flowing along nicely, suddenly dials it up to 100 for a few pages before wiping its hands on its apron and asking ‘so what else is happening?’" (Cannonball Read 14)
From Andrew: Courage.