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  1. Almost a year after he deleted his Twitter account back in May of 2017, Kanye West has reactivated his account - and it's already gotten him back in the headlines, thanks to a selection of Tweets in support of US President Donald Trump. Kanye started Tweeting again ten days ago, and his early Tweets were marked by a slew of announcements:a philosophy book, called Break the Simulation; a seven track solo album; a collaborative album with Kid Cudi called Kids See Ghost; and three albums produced by him for Pusha T, Teyana Taylor and Nas. But it didn't take long before the Tweets took another turn, with Kanye expressing support of Trump supporters such as Fox News personality Candace Owens and cartoonist Scott Adams and discussing terms such as "fake news". And then today, after days of questions from fans, he finally addressed the orange elephant in the room. Trump himself responded with a Tweet, thankful for the man who's probably his only black rapper supporter. West's wife Kim Kardashian also had something to say, allegedly calling West to ask him for clarity. For her part, Kim appears to completely disagree with Kanye's opinions, but she also defended him against the media's constant barrage of mental illness accusations. Kanye's Tweets have set off a spree of unfollows from his once-loyal fanbase, with stars like Ariana Grande, Harry Styles, Katy Perry, Lana del Rey, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna (the last three of which have collaborated with him) all jumping ship. Possibly more significantly, Kardashian sisters Khloe, Kourtney and Kendall have also all hit the Unfollow button. While reports have stated that West lost 9 million followers in total, it seems that he has gained just as many back as his follower count has remained steady - although we'd question how many of these followers are real people. Love them or hate them, nothing is ever boring in the Kardashian-West world. What are your thoughts of the Twitter tirade? Are Kanye's opinions justifiable, or is he officially on the same level as the alt-right? And are his Tweets just a publicity stunt, or has Kanye really lost the plot? Let us know in the comments section below!
  2. The devil has spoken. In a world where Kim Kardashian defends a racist Jeffree Star (and then apologises) and Porcelain Black stands by Donald Trump's side, we are no longer surprised when we hear news about other ignorant celebrities sticking with these disgusting human creatures. Once relevant celebrity Paris Hilton simply had to add her five cents into the discussion as she defended her family's longtime friend Donald Trump and his "grab them by the pussy" comment in a new interview. The 36-year-old heiress started out the interview by stating that she didn’t actually vote for Donald Trump in the recent election because she didn’t vote at all, even though she stated in an interview that she had. The old perverted Cheetos-lookalike further admitted to watching Paris's infamous One Night in Paris film, even though he has known her since she was a 12-year-old girl. Paris told Marie Claire that Trump watching her sex tape "wasn’t creepy at all. He’s not like that at all, he’s always been so respectful." She was also asked if Trump‘s "grab them by the pussy" line bothered her. In response, she stated, "I’ve heard guys say some pretty crazy things. Like, worse than that. So I think that when someone doesn’t realize they’re being filmed or recorded, they say things. Especially with a guy." She went on, "So I think it was kind of just one of those things where you’re with someone – I’ve heard guys say the craziest things ever, because I’m always around guys, and I listen to them speak. So I definitely don’t think he would just say that." Paris fell even deeper into the shithole when she was asked about the claims made by several women stating that he had sexually harassed them. Paris said: Later, Paris DMed popular Twitter account PopCrave to clarify that the words were taken out of context. But is it too little too late? Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below!
  3. Newly elected President Donald Trump and new First Lady Melania Trump have been compared to their predecessors, the Obamas, almost nonstop since the former announced his intention to run. Comparisons came to a head back in July of last year when it was found that Melania had quoted almost word for word a speech that Michelle made at the 2008 Democratic Convention, in her best imitation of a high school student who uses Wikipedia for a source and changes a word here and there so as to not get noticed. Then, earlier last week, the official POTUS Twitter account was slammed for stealing an image taken during the Obama inauguration ceremony for its cover photo, passing it off as a photo from Trump's own administration. And news broke yesterday that the inauguration cake Trump used was shamelessly stolen without permission from celebrity chef Duff Goldman, who made an identical cake in honour of President Obama for his inauguration back in 2013. But no one expected what would happen yesterday at the inauguration, when Donald and Melania stepped out into the streets with a dramatically changed appearance. Not content with simply stealing the words and baked foodstuffs from their predecessors, the couple have now attempted to copy the Obamas skin colouring in a strange move of obsessive proportions. In a typically shoddy Trump job, it was easy to see through their disguise. With a skin dye that was probably made in China, the duo had applied their black skin patchily; and it seems as though they had run out of tubs to cover anything below their necks. Eagle-eyed viewers could spot flecks of black dye on President Trump's white shirt. Clearly hoping that the general public were too stupid enough to notice their dramatic transformation, the couple did not reference the drastic changes during the event at all. And shockingly, mainstream media has failed to report on the shocking developments, proving once again how biased such publications are towards the myth of American exceptionalism. Luckily, citizen journalists on Twitter were quick to point out the failed ruse. "Did @DonaldTrump trade his cheetos for hersheys? #inauguration?" noted one observant watcher. It's reassuring to know that in these uncertain political times, journalists such as pansexualhalseystan29203 and your friends at #PopHatesFlops will continue to report on the truth.
  4. In the world of politics today, Donald Trump has yet again broken out a controversy after announcing a newly enforced ban which forbids transgender American citizens from entering the army and serving their country. The news was announced on Twitter, and immediately received backlash from Twitter users from around the world, and many celebrities. Not long after the tweets, the hashtag "#TransRightsAreHumanRights" went viral and was tweeted and shared by thousands of people, including celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga. After Trump's claims about the costs of transgender people serving in the army, The Washington Post released an article which revealed: The Washington Post states that the military spends over forty million dollars funding and buying Viagra, which is almost five times the amount of estimated money which would go towards the healthcare which transgender individuals would need. What's your take on this highly controversial decision from the president?
  5. Singer Lana Del Rey has alluded to conducting a witchcraft practise on Twitter in an effort to "bind" US President Donald Trump. Fans noticed the Tweet as soon as it was posted, but many assumed that the dates included, which read "Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23" were in someway related to her album campaign and not the current state of world politics. However, after the day of the 24th came and went without any career announcement from Del Rey, people started searching for alternate explanations. It seems that the four dates she posted are in fact days of the waning crescent moon - a time which witches think of as a point in your life to relieve stress and negativity from the world. Del Rey's instruction of "midnight" aligns the Tweet with a movement online which aims to "Bind Donald Trump". According to the movement, followers were to cast at midnight on Friday Eastern Standard Time (as this is the time zone Trump is currently residing in) in an effort to "bind" him - which is apparently the magical equivalent of "ripping the bullhorn from his hands, smashing his phone so he can’t tweet, tying him up, and throwing him in a dark basement where he can’t hurt anyone". The ingredients used are relatively easy to find, and include an "unflattering photo of Trump", a "Tower tarot card" (which can be printed at home, an "orange candle" (or a baby orange vegetable) and a feather. Adherents should arrange the items in a circle and read a prayer aloud, such as the 23rd Psalm. Del Rey must be taking a break from the production on her as yet untitled upcoming fifth studio album. The lead single, 'Love', was released a week ago on the 18th with a vintage-inspired music video coming soon after. The album is set to follow later this year. What do you think of Del Rey's suggestion? Will you be taking part in the binding ceremony? For our part, we never knew that witchcraft could be so easy, but now that we do we might end up using this spell on all the Cassadee Pope traders who have been infecting our forum lately.
  6. Just when we thought that the gay bashing, bouncer punching, fake friend to Rihanna/real friend to rapists/occasional musician Azealia Banks had finally disappeared from the pop radar, the twenty first centuries representation of jealousy has reared it's ugly head once more to spew even more entitled opinions laced with sexism, racism and homophobia! Banks fittingly waited until the first day of black history month to announce that she would officially be endorsing Donald Trump in the 2016 American presidential elections, before going on a full-blown rant about racism, capitalism, the American dream and the state of the nation. In her own words:
  7. If you thought that Caitlyn Jenner's recent revelation as a transgender woman would change her political views, you'll be sadly disproven by the reality TV stars latest interview with Sports Illustrated in which she not only publicly expressed her support for Donald Trump, but also indicated that he was apparently "very much behind" both females and the LGBT community. Jenner, who has come under enormous fire from liberal commentators regarding her staunchly Republican views, made the claim in a new article with Sports Illustrated for which she was the cover girl. Jenner began by condemning the reigning president Barack Obama for his management of the economy, a common claim among Republican naysayers; but she did say that things weren't all bad when it came to Obama's policies. “I’m not excited with what Obama has done to the economy, to our Constitution, all that kind of stuff. But as far as the transgender community, they’ve actually been very good.” She went on to explain her support for Trump, suggesting that he was a positive impact for the LGBT community. "Trump seems to be very much for women,” she explained. “He seems very much behind the LGBT community because of what happened in North Carolina with the bathroom issue. He backed the LGBT community.” Earlier this year, Jenner told an Australian radio show that she would be voting for whoever the Republican candidate was chosen to be, but admitted that she had a preference for Ted Cruz as leader. After Trump was announced as the Republican candidate officially, Jenner made a somewhat bizarre video in which she entered Trump Tower just to use the ladies bathroom, a presumed comment on North Carolina's transphobic bathroom bills. In March, she stated that Trump would be "very good" for women's issues and that she doesn't "think he's out there to destroy women or takes things away or do any of that kind of stuff", apparently neglecting the fact that Trump has previously called breastfeeding "disgusting" and is pro-life when it comes to abortion. Jenner has previously stated that she is discriminated against more because of her Republican preferences than because of her transgender identity. What do you think of her public support of Trump? Does it mean that she deserves the criticism, or should she be entitled to her opinion regardless of her gender identity?
  8. Cruel Youth lead Vocalist Teddy Sinclair posted a photo saying "make America great again" featuring pills last night and after #1 fan Carlos questioned her about her post she changed the tittle to "Make America High Again" and replied to him.
  9. This woman is a disgusting pig and I am disgusted by anyone who stans her.
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