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Nicki Minaj Has No Patience For Miley Cyrus' Opinions Of Her & Rebel Wilson Makes Light of Police Brutality

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 31, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 31, 2015 |

Did your weekend include the decision to wear a sparkly houndstooth track suit? No? Then you’re doing better than Taylor Swift. (Go Fug Yourself)

Amber Rose basically wore a YouTube comments section to the VMAs. (DListed)

I hope Fear the Walking Dead figures out their zombie problem soon. (Uproxx)

Miley Cyrus may have been feminist as f*ck at the VMAs, but it would be really great if she’d stop “tone-policing” her fellow artists. If you missed it, Cyrus said in an interview that Nicki Minaj didn’t get nominated for Best Video because she wasn’t “kind.” (While Minaj says it’s because she’s not white and thin.) Whether or not their feud was staged, that’s a pretty thoughtless thing to say. (The Atlantic)

Rebel Wilson presented the award for best Hip Hop Video at the VMAs, and weirdly thought that was the best time to make a really bad joke about police brutality. (Celebitchy)

Benedict Cumberbatch has reportedly picked a name for his son and who knew Benny was such an alliteration fan? (Lainey)

Sad news this weekend: Kyle Jean-Baptiste, of Broadway’s Les Misérables, passed away this weekend at 21. Having gone on as the lead as an understudy, Jean-Baptiste was both Broadway’s youngest and first African American Jean Vajean. (Broadway World)

Oliver Sacks, the neurologist who wrote the fascinating The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and other books on weird brain science, also passed away this weekend. (NYT)

RIP Hannibal, which redifined how we tell stories. Or at least should. (Vulture)

Scientists are tweeting pictures of animals’ genitals to each other. Because… well, I don’t really know why. (IFLS)

A reminder that The Iron Giant is coming back to theaters for two days only this fall, and that you should really really go see it. (One Perfect Shot)

Poor Mathildehoeg. She really wanted to like Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley with its cities in the sky and pirate ships sailing among the clouds, but this book completely failed with a rambling plot, sloppy language, and yes, a Sharknado. Don’t bother with this 1-star book, but check out her review and maybe suggest something to cleanse her palate. (Cannonball Read 7)

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