Miley Cyrus has given us a rather graphic insight into her relationship with Liam Hemsworth, telling the world that the 28-year-old has “good dick game.”
Cyrus commented on a meme on Instagram. The Instagram account @sourpsycho shared an image reading: “No man has all 5: good dick game, empathy, a height above 5’9, no hoes, common sense.”
But Miley, 26, wanted to set the record straight. The former Disney star commented: “Mine does! Don’t give up!”
Even Riverdale star, Lili Reinhart, chimed in, agreeing with Cyrus by writing, “I found one!” referring to her co-star and lover, Cole Sprouse.
Alfonso Ribeiro, who starred as Carlton Banks in the ’90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, is the latest celebrity to sue Epic Games over claims that the company stole his dance and recreated it in Fortnite, according to Mr. Ribeiro’s law firm.
This dispute comes specifically in regards to the game’s dance “Fresh” emote, which came out in January of 2018. The dance was immediately recognized by the community as the “Carlton Dance,” which Ribeiro made famous. Even the Fresh name is a clear reference to the sitcom itself.
Khloé Kardashian is not here to play. The 34-year-old clapped back at an Instagram user who made a remark regarding sister Kim Kardashian‘s 11-month-old daughter, Chicago West, who she and husband Kanye West welcomed via surrogate earlier this year.
Chicago arrived via surrogate earlier this year, and one person was apparently confused by what that actually means, because they commented that Chicago “would either look MORE like Kanye or the surrogate mother.”
Khloé wasn’t going to let this simple factual inaccuracy fly. She wrote back, “If you don’t really know about someone’s situation then maybe you should not comment. Try informing yourself first before you make such silly statements doll.”
“Your passive wanna be petty comment is simply uneducated. Chicago is completely Kimberly’s biological child. Praise the lord she was able to have a surrogate and that we are blessed with sweet gorgeous Chi Chi.”
Sergeant Andy Colborn has filed a defamation suit and the documentary filmmakers of Making a Murderer, over his portrayal in the Netflix series. For those of you who don’t have the details of the hit docu-series seared into your memory, the documentary heavily implied that Colborn played two important roles in framing Steven Avery for the murder of Teresa Halbach.
XXXTentacion‘s posthumously released Skins album scores a big debut. The LP has landed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
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