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Michael Rapaport Mocks Pete Davidson on Twitter, Apologizes After Backlash — Endnotes

Michael Rapaport Mocks Pete Davidson on Twitter, Apologizes After Backlash — Endnotes

Michael Rapaport Mocks Pete Davidson

Michael Rapaport came under fire Saturday after posting multiple videos on Twitter mocking Pete Davidson and Kanye West after Davidson posted an alarming message on West’s social media earlier in the day.

“Pete Davidson & KANYE must really not have Homeboys for real,” Rapaport wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “These are 2 whinny ass bitching ass social media Babies.”

Rapaport also posted videos impersonating the two stars crying over Ariana Grande and Drake, two people who Davidson and West were recently engaged in feuds with.

After realizing Davidson’s condition, Rapaport apologized for mocking Davidson’s mental state.

“Didn’t realize Pete Davidson posted an actual genuinely scary IG note,” he wrote. “Had no clue. Was not informed of all of those details. Would never mock someone when they’re truly down. Sincerely. I thought this was all the daily normal gossip of the day & was doing my daily take.”

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Congrats are in order for Grant Gustin and LA Thoma. The two were married Saturday in Los Angeles. According to the outlet, the wedding took place at Valentine DTLA, a 9,000-square-foot venue erected in the 1920s.

SMILF creator and star Frankie Shaw has been accused of misconduct on the set of the Showtime dramedy, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which detailed numerous allegations, including that Shaw behaved inappropriately while overseeing the filming of sex scenes and that she separated the show’s writers by race.

Ousted CBS chief executive Les Moonves “will not receive any severance payment” from the company, the board of directors said Monday evening.

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The board members said they had concluded that they had ample reason to fire Moonves, thus denying him severance.

Under the terms of his enormously generous employment contract, Moonves was eligible to receive as much as $140 million upon his exit. When he was forced out in September amid sexual harassment and assault allegations, $20 million was set aside for grants and the remaining $120 million was set up in a trust.

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