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The Titanic 2 Will Set Sail In 2022

The real-life story of the Titanic has become an international phenomenon since the tragic event occurred in 1912. Now, a revamped version of the ship is in the works and set to set sail once again.  According to Express, Australian businessman and politician Clive Palmer has confirmed that construction of …

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Kanye West Donates $73,540 To Mayoral Candidate Amara Enyia

Kanye West has donated $73,540 to Chicago mayoral candidate Amara Enyia. It’s only been six days since fellow Chicago native Chance The Rapper publicly endorsed Eniya’s mayoral campaign in Chicago and now West is making his own contributions. On Monday (Oct. 22), West gave $73,540 to the Friends of Amara …

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Won’t He Do It! Customer Orders Water and Leaves $10,000 Tip

East Carolina University Student, Alaina Custer, was working a regular shift at Sup Dogs in Greenville, North Carolina when a customer ordered two waters. As the customer departed, he left a note saying, “thanks for the delicious water,” according to Sup Dogs owner Brett Oliverio, the Observer reports. But, that …

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Kendall Jenner and Vogue Called Out For Cultural Appropriation…Again

After Kendall Jenner’s racially insensitive Pepsi commercial, the backlash over her Vogue India cover, and of course, the unauthorized use of Tupac and Biggie’s likeness, the Kardashian-adjacent supermodel has, once again, found herself in the middle of a controversy over cultural appropriation. In the most recent incident, Kendall is facing …

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The Woman Who Dropped Her Friend’s 2-Year-Old Son Off At A Stranger’s House And Fled Says It’s The Child’s Mother’s Fault, “I’m Just An Innocent Bystander”

Did Charlamagne give Keairra Woods #DonkeyOfTheDay yet? After home surveillance footage of Woods dragging her “friend’s” son to a stranger’s house and leaving him there went viral, she is speaking out to proclaim her innocence and blame the child’s mom for the incident. “At the end of the day, y’all …

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