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It's tough to see Drake Struggle with paternity on "Scorpion"

Drake has been for a long time. Throughout his career, he has deliberately built one of the largest parachutes ever seen by the rap world. He has proved to be one of the greatest celebrities of pop culture and congratulates the public by embracing pop as his folk language, borrowing from the many musical traditions of the global black diaspora, …

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Meghan Markle Attends Audi Polo Challenge, thank Princess Diana

Meghan Markle can get into royal life and they expensive dresses, but she still looks the best dressed. On Sunday, the Duke and Dukeess participated in the Sussex Audi Polo Challenge in Ascot. Markle had a pair of black skinny jeans and a white oversized shirt for the event. She accessorized with a Panama hat and dark shades, reported Daily …

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Liam Payne and Cheryl announce break-up

The former One Direction member and Cheryl, a former member of the Girls Aloud group, made the message on their social media pages on Sunday. "Cheryl and I'm sorry to announce we're doing different ways," Payne said, 24, in a statement published on his official Twitter account. "It has been a tough decision for us to do. We still have …

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DC Explains Why They Spoiled Batman's Wedding Cameron Bonomolo – July 1, 2018 DC Comics have a five-point explanation for spoiling Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle's wedding in Batman # 50 via The New York Times Sunday morning ahead of the book's July 4 street date. John Cunningham, Senior Vice President of Sales for DC Comics, wrote the following at a local comic shop retailer Facebook group: "1 . DC Sales strongly advocated getting the news out ahead of the OSD, so that the moment of realization did not occur hours before events began. We even did our level best to try and spoil it here on this page over and over again (and failed). The NY Times article was posted here at 630 a.m. PST not out of "Pride" – please – but to get the information as soon as we could. 2. In the abstract, we believed the news would break on Monday morning, given the arrival time of physical copies in store and the reality that a copy or a scan would end up being passed to uncontrolled comic book outlets (much like Marvel's wedding issue last week and every other major comic book event in the late decade.] 3. Zoals eerder vermeld, moet discussie over financiële remedies voor problematische DC-producten gebeuren nadat het product is op de verkoop. 4. While The Times piece is more fulsome that [sic] some might like, it does not spoil the shock ending of the book for fans. We are working on getting this posted here for you. 5. I stand by my belief that BATMAN # 50 is one of the best single issue periodicals of the last decade, that it is a special moment in comic book history, and that if it's not the book we think

Batman # 50 writer Tom King wrote on Twitter Sunday, adding he's "incredibly proud". "I'm pissed about things and excited about other things, of the issue and hope fans still buy the book on Wednesday. The spoilers fielded largely negative response from fans who took to social media to call the move a "marketing gimmick" and express disappointment about having …

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Roseanne Barr, if possible, return to TV: "" I have already been offered so many things "

9:26 PM PDT 7/1/2018 of Abid Rahman The comedian, who had her resumed sitcom interrupted by ABC after racist comments on Twitter, revealed that she "almost already accepted a really good offer to return to TV." Roseanne Barr can make a recurring recurring year in 2018 after revealing that she has been offered "many" opportunities to return to television. Talking …

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