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Is Lil Nas X Really Being Sued for Satanic Shoes?

By Ashley Ravid

The internet's favorite stunt-loving rapper, Lil Nas X, has been posting up a storm on TikTok about his upcoming court date with Nike. But is the singer really being sued, or is the controversy merely manufactured to promote his latest single? Call Me When You Want, Call Me When You Need (a Lawyer) Lil Nas X first rose to prominence in 2019 after his song "Old Town Road" (which would later become one of the best-selling tracks of all time) gained traction on TikTok.

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Is Britney Spears Ever Going to Get Out From Her Conservatorship?

By Ashley Ravid

The #FreeBritney movement has grown wider over the last couple of years as more people call for the singer to be freed from her conservatorship. However, in late June, a judge once again denied Spears' request for the conservatorship to be terminated. What happens next, and what are the star's options?

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Can the Mayor of LA Shut Off Influencers' Utilities for Partying?

By Ashley Ravid

As quickly as internet stars rise, they can fall—thanks to the power of online followers who are quick to spot and spread the news of influencers' wrongdoing. The latest creator to find himself in hot water is TikTok star Bryce Hall, who has made headlines multiple times for throwing packed house parties in COVID-19-ridden LA, despite warnings from local officials.

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Can Kanye Really Run for President in 2020?

By Ashley Ravid

Kim Kardashian is already regarded by many to be the First Lady of the internet. But what if she were FLOTUS? Her husband, the rapper Kanye West, recently declared his intent to run for president in the 2020 election. But is it too late for Kanye to join — and shake up — the race? POTUS Qualifications Checklist The U.S. Constitution states that a president must be at least 35 years old, be a natural-born U.S. citizen, and have lived in the U.S. for 14 years.

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New Charges in College Admission Scandal a 'Trial Penalty'?

By Andrew Leonatti

The college admissions scandal, in which parents paid bribes to inflate entrance exam scores and gain phony athletics scholarships for their children, gave most Americans the opportunity to turn their collective nose up at some well-to-do folks getting caught trying to game the system even further in their favor. And then we got the chance to get mad again when actress Felicity Huffman received a two-week sentence for her role in the affair. Two weeks?

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Can Beyonce Trademark Her Daughter's Name?

By Richard Dahl

Celebrities have enjoyed success in registering all kinds of things for patent protection: clothing lines, nicknames, logos, and even catchphrases. Lately, they've added another category to the list: Their own children's names. The superstar musical couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z, for instance, are doing all they can to build legal protections around the name of their 7-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. So is the Kardashian clan, with several of their kids.

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