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Priyanka Chopra Did Not Respond Well To Being Called a 'Hypocrite'

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | August 12, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | August 12, 2019 |


Priyanka Chopra was called a hypocrite during a Q & A at Beautycon and her response wasn’t great. - (Lainey)

Lady Gaga is the latest to be accused of copying music from another artist. Eh, I mean, I don’t really have a good ear for music, so it’s hard for me to tell. They sound kinda’ similar, but not that close. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ - (Celebitchy)

Remember how just last week Kacey Musgraves was getting shit for being “a big ol’ librul” and spouting off about gun control? Now, someone tried to make it look like she agreed with Kid goddamn Rock, of all people. Gross. - (Dlisted)

Let’s watch the incredible Simone Biles make some more history, shall we? - (Deadspin)

Our Dr. Wilson shared this: “In Houston, you can take a four-hour training course and are then authorized to give out parking tickets to the public. Volunteer Parking Enforcement. I … hear a sound … as if a thousand Karens cried out at once and signed up.” - (

The little girl who looks like a tiny clone of RiRi just got herself a modeling contract. - (Allure)

Oh, no thank you please.

Every Monday should be required to have some Billy Porter in it! - (GFY)

Geezis, SWATting is still a thing. The teenaged world champion of Fortnite was actually SWATted while he was streaming live on Twitch. - (Kotaku)

You know how sometimes you just get some random-ass idea and you do it and then you post it on Twitter? Ok, I don’t either. However, this Twitter user thought the pit in her mango was fuzzy and cute and so she gave it the full salon treatment and well, now it’s on Buzzfeed. - (Buzzfeed)

Oh, yes thank you more please!

People, don’t put octopuses on your face. (Snagged from Meaux’s facebook - thanks, Meaux!) - (CBC)

After reading Meg Elison’s The Book of the Unnamed Midwife, Alisonata is off to donate to Planned Parenthood. Set in a future where a worldwide plague has killed more women than men, a midwife survives by avoiding people and disguising herself as a man. "[I]t strikes me as a pessimistic meditation on the fragility of women’s freedoms, reproductive and otherwise." How much do you worry about the state of women’s rights in the place where you live? (Cannonball Read 11)

Oh, I feel you, Malibu. I feel you.

Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.

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