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Simu Liu Allegedly Wrote Some Messed Up Reddit Posts

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 20, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 20, 2021 |


Someone dredged up old Reddit posts that are allegedly from Shang-Chi star Simu Liu, and uh, Jesus Christ. Folks, if you’re even the tiniest bit famous, never post. In fact, no one should ever. Take it from me, professional life-waster. (io9)

Let’s embrace Jennifer Coolidge doing Jennifer Coolidge at the 2021 Emmys. (Lainey Gossip)

The Queen’s Gambit director Scott Frank said some dumb shit at the Emmys. (Dlisted)

After catching COVID, Chris Rock urges people to get vaxxed. And before you judge him, he got the Johnson & Johnson shot early in the year. (Celebitchy)

From Roxana: The Ravens played Omar’s whistle from The Wire before introductions to pay tribute to Michael K. Williams. (Baltimore Ravens)

From Genevieve: Scientists created the world’s whitest paint. It could eliminate the need for air conditioning. (USA Today)

From James: I like Sam Adams as much as the next Masshole, but there’s no beer worth $240 per bottle. (CNN)

From Petr: There’s a volcano exploding on one of the Canary Islands, and luckily, someone managed to capture the ultimate dad energy in response.

From Claude: At least Nicki stayed her ass home while spouting nonsense about the vaccine. That is the only drop of credit I’ll give any of these people. (The Cut)

Welp, the Feds are investigating Activision Blizzard now. (Polygon)

The Wheel of Time already had to recast one of its main characters for Season 2. That can’t be good. (Deadline)

My apologies for linking to Fox News, but they had the exclusive on this one. Turns out the 911 caller who reported Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito’s fight told the dispatcher that he was slapping her, so congratulations to the cops who chalked the whole thing up to Petito being “emotional.” Excellent policing. (Fox News)

Just in time for Hispanic Heritage Month, Jake picked up Sylvia Moreno Garcia’s Mexico City noir, Velvet Was the Night. "The prose is high quality and the story itself, though frustrating, does still manage to surprise at times." Do you know much about Mexico’s Dirty War? (Cannonball Read 13)

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

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