Move over Travis Scott Burger, there’s a new collaboration in town. Who better to become the next face of a global, viral campaign than the insanely popular K-pop powerhouse — BTS?
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A story of queer repression, Lil Nas X plays with biblical references in “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” while reclaimingownership of his identity as a gay man.
According to Chet Hanks, a rapper, actor, and the eccentric son of actor Tom Hanks, 2021 will usher in a new age — a White Boy Summer.
LaKeith Stanfield was nominated in the category for Best Actor in a Supporting Role though his role in "Judas and the Black Messiah" deserved Best Actor in a Leading Role.
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On March 22, Jensen Karp tweeted this picture with the caption “why are there shrimp tails in my cereal?” and within hours, whe Twitter-verse exploded.
Kylie Jenner sparked outrage after a simple post on her Instagram story asking her fans to donate to the GoFundMe of Samuel Rauda, a makeup artist Jenner has worked with.
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