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Nick Cannon Insured His Balls for $10 Million (Yes, Those Balls)

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 2, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 2, 2024 |


Nick Cannon has reportedly insured his testicles for $10 million because they are, and I quote, “my most valuable assets.” Now, I’m no financial guru, but I’m pretty sure assets are supposed to make you money, not cost you millions in child support because condoms and pulling out are clearly strange and terrifying concepts that chill you to the bone. I did not mean to make that pun! (ET)

Wait, what happened with Paul Mescal? (Lainey Gossip)

Newsweek thinks Taylor Swift is a bad role model because she’s unmarried. Oh, phew, I thought it would be for something completely antiquated and butt-ass stupid in every way. Thank God. (Celebitchy)

“Joe Biden rejoined the Paris agreement on his first day in office, and since then he’s done more on climate than every US president before him combined.” (Wonkette)

Speaking of the climate, Google’s carbon footprint is out of control thanks to AI. (The Verge)

Did you know that Anne Rice wrote a duology of metaphysical detective stories featuring angels, time travel, & a wonky but fascinating portrayal of finding your faith? Kayleigh wrote about them! (Paste)

MTV News is back, kinda, thanks to the Internet Archive. (Rolling Stone)

From Jen: After training Will Poulter for The Bear, Dave Beran would definitely hire him as a line cook. (Food & Wine)

While white dudes are having a hysterical freakout over Joe Biden because it won’t be a total cakewalk between now and November — Calm down, fellas. — Donald Trump is out here canceling interviews because he can’t have the questions in advance. (Mediaite)

From Emma: The Wicked release date has been moved up so it won’t be competing with Moana 2, but will compete with Gladiator 2. The next Barbenheimer? (THR)

Statistically speaking, David Crosby might be all of our dads. (A.V. Club)

Jake remembers seeing Stephanie Danler’s Sweetbitter everywhere in 2016, but he finally picked it up this summer. “And I loved it, not just for its accurate and damning portrayal of restaurant culture but also how New York City sucks the life out of you…” Is there a city you love to read about? (Cannonball Read 16)

From Roxana: Stop, my heart: