Tag: identity politics

Reason Behind the Rolling Stones Canceling “Brown Sugar” Revealed

In a Daily Mail exclusive, the details of how the legendary Rolling Stones were forced by insane woke trolls to retire the absolute classic “Brown Sugar” have been released. It was no mere accident that the song’s slavery themes, which have been well documented, suddenly caught the headlines a...

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DC Colorist Gabe Eltaeb Leaves Company Over Superman Character Changes

Gabe Eltaeb, a colorist for DC Comics, just announced his plans to depart the comic book company in protest over what the brand has done to Superman. “I’m tired of this shit,” said Eltaeb. “I’m tired of them ruining these characters.” The former colorist for DC appeared on a livestream w...

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Channing Tatum and Variety Step Up to Take a Shot at Dave Chappelle

Channing Tatum hasn’t been relevant in what feels like forever. Nonetheless, he’s the first “celebrity” to publicly denounce Dave Chappelle because no one’s waiting on Magic Mike 3 or 23 Jump Street, so those headlines won’t write themselves. In a Sunday Insta...

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Dave Chappelle Keeps Taking Names as Netflix Fires Activist and Punks George Takei

The Closer is doing big business with the fans, charting a 96% Audience Score on Rotten Tomatoes, 8.2/10 on IMDB, and 8.8 on Metacritic. The critic score of 43% should garner a certain badge of honor in and of itself. The only people who seem to be upset by it are getting dunked on as hard as Ch...

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Jussie Smollett Case Heads to Trial as Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss

Famous French actor Jussie Smollett will finally have his day in court. A judge denied his final attempt to dismiss a criminal court case, as he is accused of lying to police. What about? The authenticity of an alleged attack that has now become infamous for its absurdity. So, for posterity’s ...

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Dave Chappelle Keeps WINNING; Netflix Employees Plan Walkout as CEO Doubles Down on Support

Dave Chappelle’s The Closer has hit a cultural nerve, and for once, the good guys look to be winning. Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos, via an internal email sent to all the employees at the streaming giant, explicitly noted that “content doesn’t directly translate to real-world harm.” This is on th...

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