It would take me all day, to compile up the audacity to cover all the stories that I have read on social media. I am constantly on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, so pardon my lack of apathy.
Because, I truly wanted to know what is going on in today’s world, and what lead up to it. Moreover, some of the top trending stories need some unequivocal answers.
In addition, sometimes you just want to ask the ‘blogger,’ where did you find this garbage? In fact, you ponder trying it yourself at your computer, just to see if you can get away with certain headline.
At any case, here are some stories that I saw, and decided to add my 4 cents to it. Momentarily, you may grab a cup of coffee, beer or your favorite weed, while I make it rain.
#Lizzo has released a statement addressing the hostile work environment lawsuit filed against her:
“These sensationalized stories are coming from former employees who have already publicly admitted that they were told their behavior on tour was inappropriate and unprofessional.”
- Okay, I don’t follow Lizzo much, and I don’t know any of her music. However, this gal is trending all over the place. And yes, a grown person has the right to defend themselves against accusations. But, my thing is why now, why they didn’t stick it when they were still in her employ? Sure Lizzo is not any goddess, but why wait ’til she has made it pop, to burn her candles? We will see how this plays out.
Billy Porter Says ‘I Have to Sell My House’ Due to Strikes, Slams Bob Iger for Saying ‘Our Demands for a Living Wage Are Unrealistic’: ‘F— You’
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2. Stop the press, what type of house did he buy, that he can just sale it and get paid? And how much of that sale will carry him for just another 100 days of the writer’s strike? Do these celebrity not have money saved, invested in stock or own other valuable assesses?
Therefore, why do he have to sale a whole house to survive? When I lost my job, I lost my house and car. Wow, he caught a huge break, did he?
3. Just because his song is no. 1, and breaking all the charts, it still doesn’t make it right for some people. You have fans on the left praising Jason Aldean’s “Try That in A Small Town.” Yet you have people to the right blasting the song; critics accuse of containing coded threats against Black people.
Whatever the case, the headlines are reading as I type: According to data from Luminate, this week “Try That in a Small Town” garnered just 16.5 million streams, a 53 percent drop from the 30.7 million it picked up during its Number One week. And the song’s sales fell significantly, too, topping out at just over 26,000, an 85 percent drop from last week. Google
So people, just chill out, nothing last forever!
4. Last, I am so sick of this story about Dylan Mulvaney, the transgender influencer, who appeared on one Bud Light Beer prototype. As a result, to mark inclusivity with the beverage and its customers. If Bud Light wanted to run a campaign, I believe they should have given the guy some beer perks and left it alone. I just don’t understand how this got out of hand like it did. Hence, I have been drinking so much Bud Light-Lime lately, that I just wish I couldn’t cash in on some of that marketing. But that is another story, and why do they hate the brand now anyway? If you enjoy drinking, drink it, it is not like Dylan going pop up in your can!
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Could Bud Light be bouncing back around; only time will sale? No puns intended…..