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Speedo Just Dumped Ryan Lochte & Daniel Radcliffe Has Some 'Really F*cking Racist' Friends

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 22, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 22, 2016 |

Ryan Lochte tried to explain what happened at that Rio gas station, but words and sincerity aren’t exactly his strong suit. (Celebitchy)

Speedo has dropped Lochte and is giving his sponsorship fee to a Brazilian charity. Way to be classy, tiny swimsuit people. (Mashable)

Daniel Radcliffe says he has some friends who are “really fucking racist,” but he stays friends with them because he doesn’t “think that friendship should be drawn along those lines.” I don’t want to tell Harry Potter how to live his life, but I feel like that should maybe the #1 line drawn for who you call a friend. (Yahoo)

A lot of media outlets have been approaching Nate Parker’s rape allegations from the angle of How Will This Affect the Birth of a Nation Box Office, which is pretty shitty, no? Still, the studio’s attempts and so far failures to smooth this out and proceed with a normal press tour shouldn’t go unnoticed. (Lainey)

Chris Hardwick got married this weekend and, true to form, the these seems to have been General Nerd Stuff. (DListed)

Simone Biles is in the top tier of badass humans, but she will lose her shit over a bumblebee.

Happy Birthday to Dorothy Parker. (New Yorker)

There’s a Japanese stage play based on Resident Evil and luckily, it’s been liveblogged, so we can know exactly how bonkers that is without ever having to actually watch it. (Zam)

Batgirl is turning MMA fighter. (Revelist)

Bill Murray needs to start ordering his own damned fries. (Vanity Fair)

300 years after the Salem witch trials, 24 high school students in the same town all came down with spontaneous, chronic hiccups. ALL OF THEM WITCHES! (BuzzFeed)

On 9/1, Cannonball Read hosts a YA book club on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. If you don’t know this one, check out #CannonBookClub leader faintingviolet’s non-spoilery review: "I really loved this book and it made my nearly 5-hour flight delay bearable (I probably finished this book in three hours)." Three hours? Now you definitely have time to read this book and join the discussion! (Cannonball Read 8)

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