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Nicki Minaj Tweeted the Wildest Vaccine Disinfo Yet

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 13, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 13, 2021 |


After bailing on the Met Gala because of its vaccine requirement, Nicki Minaj took to Twitter to tell everybody that her cousin’s friends’ testicles turned into grapefruits because of the jab, and now, he’s impotent. You cannot make this shit up. Although, clearly someone related to Nicki Minaj did because they needed a cover story for their very obvious STD. (Variety)

Gabrielle Union, Emily Blunt, and many more celebrities spotted in New York ahead of tonight’s Met Gala. Did their relative’s balls swell up? We may never know thanks to the liberal media and its lies. (Lainey Gossip)

Denise Richards’ teenage daughter is trying to act like Charlie Sheen is the good parent now, and it really begs the question, has she actually met her dad? Even once? (Dlisted)

Ashton Kutcher was greeted with a “take a shower” chant on a live ESPN appearance. Seems like friendly advice. (Celebitchy)

From Roxana: Some thoughts from The New Yorker’s Doreen St. Félix on Michael K. Williams “as a defender of the variety of Black fictions, so internally and externally harangued, which is to say, he should have been better known as a lover of art.” (New Yorker)

Rupert Murdoch’s Fox, not the Disney Fox, owns TMZ now, and I can’t get over how little they paid for it. We’re talking the crown jewel of tabloid gossip here as sleazy and terrible as it may be. (Mediate)

On a related note, Fox Nation is bringing back COPS. Barf. (NPR)

From James:

The Batman is getting another HBO Max spinoff, and once again, how is this not Gotham? This is literally the plot of Gotham. (io9)

She-Ra is getting a live-action series on… Amazon? Wait what? (Collider)

And because everything is backwards, Hayley Atwell is playing Lara Croft in a new animated series instead of as her badass, real person self. (AV Club)

Ellesfena read Sam Anderson’s history of Oklahoma City, Boom Town, for the CBR13Bingo square, Sportsball. "Chapters that recount the history of the city are interspersed with chapters on Oklahoma weather, local weirdo Wayne Coyne (lead singer of the Flaming Lips), and a detailed history of the Oklahoma City Thunder, beginning with its 2012-2013 season…" What would you put in a history of your city? (Cannonball Read 13)

From Lainey: This was such a delight to watch!

Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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