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Writer Kola Boof inadvertently outed Randy Jackson, the youngest member of the family group the Jacksons.

Kola, who famously accused socialite Kimora Lee Simmons of stealing her man, Djimon Hounsou, accidentally outed Randy on Twitter.

The drama unfolded when another user paid tribute to the late LGBT+ icon Luther Vandross.

Kola retweeted his post and commented: “I got to meet Luther Vandross & even hung out with him when he was on a date with Randy Jackson (of the Jacksons) at CATCH ONE in Los Angeles.”

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In response to a flurry of comments on her timeline, Kola expressed regret for outing Randy before he was ready to leave his comfort zone.

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Randy, 59, joined the famed Jacksons when his older brother, Jermaine Jackson, left the group to remain with Motown Records in the 1970s.

Randy married Eliz Shaffe in 1989. They have three children, Stevanna, Genevieve, and Randy Jr.
 

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Rob Kardashian once accused T.I. of having a threesome with Blac Chyna

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The entertainment industry is following the T.I. and Tiny sex scandal with intense interest. Blogs are even digging up old stories about the couple’s proclivities for threesomes.

Everyone has a story to tell about their own drug-fueled encounters with the horny couple.

If you recall, back in 2017, Rob Kardashian got into it with T.I. on Instagram for commenting on his parenting skills.

Rob, 33, claimed the rapper enjoyed a threesome with Tiny and Rob’s ex-fiancée Blac Chyna, 32.

“Since TI wanna chime in on business that don’t concern him let’s talk about the threesome you had with Chyna and your baby mama Tiny. Don’t speak on my daughter when u having threesomes with young Chy and Tiny ::: and I put that on my daughters life since u wanna speak on my daughter,,, damn shame. Chyna told me everything about your threesomes with you and her and Tiny. U got no moves bro ;;; Correction ::: TI paid Chyna to have sex with Tiny and him.”

T.I., 40, was eager to respond to Rob’s accusation when TMZ caught up with him at Los Angeles International Airport.

“Don’t tell women’s business. That’s bad. That’s very, very bad,” said the father of seven.

“Poor character. Flawed, you know what I mean? If a woman trusted you and confided in you with secrets and stuff like that, you don’t ever let that — you don’t do that. Secrets are sacred, you don’t do that. That’s a whole other level of f—boy s–t right there.”

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It’s an open secret that Blac Chyna was T.I. and Tiny’s favorite dancer at King of Diamonds strip club back in 2013.

T.I. and his wife Tiny, real name Tameka Harris, 45, are accused of drugging and sexually assaulting at least 30 women over the span of nearly two decades.

The fallout from the allegations has demolished the couple’s careers. VH1 canceled their reality TV show T.I. & Tiny: Family Hustle and Disney reportedly fired T.I. from the Ant-Man 3 movie.


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Rudy Giuliani Suspended AGAIN From YouTube For Election Fraud Claims

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For the second time in two months, YouTube has suspended Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump’s personal counsel, for wrongly alleging the 2020 election was rigged.

Bloomberg News announced that the former mayor of New York, who led Trump’s attempts to reverse November’s outcome, would be barred from posting new videos for two weeks.

The suspension was also attributed to Giuliani’s promotion of nicotine, according to the video-sharing giant.

A YouTube rep told Bloomberg in a statement, “We removed content from the Rudy W. Giuliani channel for violating our sale of regulated goods policy, which prohibits content facilitating the use of nicotine, and our presidential election integrity policy.” Adding, “Additionally, in accordance with our long-standing strikes system, we issued a strike against the Rudy W. Giuliani channel, which temporarily restricts uploading or live-streaming.”

If a user violates YouTube’s content policies for the second time in a 90-day span, their uploading privileges are suspended for two weeks.

Rudy Giuliani has been barred from profiting from videos on YouTube. Bloomberg announced that if Giuliani violates the site’s rules a third time in the same period, his channel will be permanently shut down.

Giuliani, 76, was removed from YouTube’s Partner Network for at least 30 days in January, stopping him from profiting from advertisements that appear on his posts. For a week, he was even banned from posting videos.

At the time, YouTube accused Giuliani of consistently breaching its rules by spreading allegations of election fraud.

“American Votes Counted in Foreign Countries” and “68% ERROR Rate In Votes PROVES Deliberate Fraud” were among the videos on Giuliani’s site, which has more than 580,000 subscribers.

Dominion Voting Systems has filed a $1.3 billion lawsuit against the former mayor, arguing that the voting machine corporation corrupted the presidential election.

 




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Dr. Seuss Enterprises Will Stop Publishing Six Books Due To Racist Images

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After months of debate, Dr. Seuss Enterprises will stop publishing six of its beloved books due to insensitive and racist imagery.

The company announced on Tuesday. The news came on the late author’s birthday, known as “Read Across America Day.” The books that will be pulled are “The Cat’s Quizzer,” “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” “If I Ran the Zoo,” “McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!,” and “Scrambled Eggs Super!.”

In a statement to the Associated Press, the company explained, “these books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong.” They went on to add, “ceasing sales of these books is only part of our commitment and our broader plan to ensure Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ catalog represents and supports all communities and families.”

Dr. Seuss Enterprises decided to cease publishing and licensing the texts last year after reviewing claims about its books. The company says that it listened to readers, teachers, and other specialists’ feedback as part of its review process. They also consulted with experts to review the titles within their lineup of children’s publications.

In recent years, Dr. Seuss’s books have come under fire for problematic imagery. Several school districts across the U.S. no longer promote Dr. Seuss’s books on “Read Across America Day.” This includes Loudon County, Virginia district. They said that “research in recent years has revealed strong racial undertones in many books written/illustrated by Dr. Seuss.”

President Joe Biden refrained from mentioning Dr. Seuss during his “Read Across America Day” proclamation, steering away from the late author who many presidents have mentioned on the day promoting literature.




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