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Snoop Dogg Slams Kanye West and All Trump Supporters: 'F— You and F— Him!'

Snoop Dogg Slams Kanye West and All Trump Supporters: 'F— You and F— Him!'

Snoop Dogg has a message for Kanye West and all those who support Donald Trump.

While appearing on DJ Suss One’s SiriusXM show earlier this week, the rapper Snoop got very heated when the DJ suggested some of his fans were Trump supporters.

“I tell them straight up motherf———,” the rapper said to the host, imploring him to make it clear to his fans they are racist.

“If you like that n——, you motherf——— racist. F— you, and f— him.”

The 46-year-old rapper went on to explain how the President “drew the lines,” causing tension between people of different racial and socioeconomic backgrounds.

“Before him, there were no lines. Everybody was everybody, we respected everything; we didn’t trip,” he said. “But n——, when you drew the line, n—— started pointing mother——— out… f—— you n——.”

Snoop the called West for publicly supporting Trump. “Kanye too, n—, don’t forget about him too,” Snoop said. “F— him too. I’m going throw him in the bag too because he right with them motherf———.”

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When asked about his previous appearance on Comedy Central’s Roast of Donald Trump in 2011, alongside Seth MacFarlane, Lisa Lampanelli, and Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino, Snoop made it clear that he was solely there to poke fun at the former Apprentice star.

“I was roasting his a—,” he explained. “I wasn’t being his buddy.”

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Earlier this year, West went on a Twitter tirade announcing his support for the President.

In the string of tweets, West referred to Trump as his “brother” and claimed they “are both dragon energy.” Trump later responded to the tweet, writing “Thank you Kanye, very cool!”

Thank you Kanye, very cool! https://t.co/vRIC87M21X

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 25, 2018

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Following West’s public acknowledgment of support, Snoop threw some shade back at him and his wife Kim Kardashian.

“The evolution of Jay-Z and Kanye show you how influential your wife can be to your life,” wrote Snoop on Instagram, all

Read more: https://people.com/music/snoop-dogg-slams-kanye-west-trump-supporters/

Timothée Chalamet Enters the Oscars Race as a Drug Addict in First Full Trailer for Beautiful Boy

Timothée Chalamet Enters the Oscars Race as a Drug Addict in First Full Trailer for Beautiful Boy

Coming hot off his first Oscar nomination, Timothée Chalamet enters the race for the golden statue again in the first full trailer for Beautiful Boy.

The 22-year-old actor stars as Nic Sheff, a drug addict and his journey to reconnect with his father, David (Steve Carell) and overcome his addiction.

In the first full trailer for the film, Nic addresses his dependency on drugs in a heart-wrenching scene.

“When I tried it I felt lighter than I ever had, so… I just kept on doing it,” Nic says.

“Why? I thought we were closer than most fathers and sons,” David replies. “This isn’t us! This isn’t who we are.”

Depicting a family’s struggle to understand the withdrawal of their oldest son, Nic spirals out of control and causes his parents to fear for his life.

“I had these grand plans. He’d graduate from college, do something amazing. And now I just want him to not die,” David says in a voiceover.

“It’s hard as hell to get sober, but I love my family,” Nic says in a voiceover, echoing his father. “I want them to be proud of me.”

Despite differences between father and son, the two grow back together in touching scenes that see the two support each other.

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“I understand how scared you are. It’ll pass, though, it always does,” David tells his son. “Nic, what you have is extraordinary. And you’re going to get it back. You’re going to find it again.”

This is Chalamet’s second major movie after his star-making turn in Call Me By Your Name, for which he was nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award. The film also continues Carell’s streak of taking on more serious roles after his Oscar-nominated performance in 2015’s Foxcatcher.

Beautiful Boy is in theaters Oct. 12.

Read more: https://people.com/movies/timothy-chalamet-creates-oscar-buzz-beautiful-boy/

Ryan Reynolds Jokes About the 'Stillness' He Enjoys While Filming — as Cars Explode Around Him

Ryan Reynolds is enjoying the serenity of his new film with action movie guru Michael Bay.

The Deadpool 2 actor, 41, shared a hilarious video of himself on the set of his new Netflix film 6 Underground in which he opened up about working with the Transformers director.

“Best part about shooting with Michael Bay? I don’t know, a lot of people would say the action but for me, it’s the stillness, you know? Those quiet moments,” Reynolds said while leaning against a building as a whirring sound of car engines revving could be heard offscreen.

As Reynolds continued speaking, four cars could be seen driving behind him with one crashing into a white van while a black car flipped over into the air, landed and exploded.

.#6Underground @netflix pic.twitter.com/jPvk3PhQpf

— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 19, 2018

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The actor continued talking, unbothered by the commotion, saying, “…the essence of it, you can feel it. You can get lost in the character’s eyes. Those are the moments for me, I think.”

Plot details for 6 Underground have been closely guarded, with no plot available on the popular film website IMDb.

Reynolds is listed only as “One” on the website while his costars Dave Franco and Mélanie Laurent are credited as actors.

The father of two is known for his jokes on social media.

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He did it first. And best. And naked. #BurtReynolds pic.twitter.com/3HN5XsPXM6

— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 7, 2018

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He recently shared a side-by-side comparison photo of himself in his Deadpool gear reclining in front of a fireplace — which was extremely similar to a photo taken of Burt Reynolds for his iconic Cosmopolitan magazine spread in 1972.

“He did it first. And best. And naked. #BurtReynolds,” the actor tweeted after the icon died earlier this month.

Reynolds also recently entered into a feud with Paddington Bear over who would win the most People’s Choice Awards.

Read more: https://people.com/movies/ryan-reynolds-jokes-calm-michael-bay-film-cars-explode/

KISS Announces Final Ever Tour 'End of the Road' After 4 Decades of Music

KISS Announces Final Ever Tour 'End of the Road' After 4 Decades of Music

After 45 years in the business, KISS is saying goodbye.

On the Tuesday night episode of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, the beloved rock band announced their final tour— End of the Road.

The big reveal came after a stellar performance of “Detroit Rock City,” one of the group’s most popular songs, which has been used in over a dozen films and is considered a classic.

While the tour dates have not yet been revealed, KISS has promised it will be a tour to remember.

“All that we have built and all that we have conquered over the past four decades could never have happened without the millions of people worldwide who’ve filled clubs, arenas and stadiums over those years,” KISS said.

“This will be the ultimate celebration for those who’ve seen us and a last chance for those who haven’t.”

“KISS Army, we’re saying good on our final tour with our biggest show yet and we’ll go out the same way we came in… Unapologetic and Unstoppable,” KISS added.

The makeup-clad band, which is currently comprised of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer was formed in New York City in 1973.

Past band members include Ace Frehley, Peter Criss, Eric Carr, Vinnie Vincent, Mark St. John and Bruce Kulick.

In total, KISS has released 20 studio albums, 8 live albums, and 13 compilation albums plus over 60 singles.

The band has been noted as America’s #1 Gold Record Award-winning group of all time, according to the band’s website. KISS was also inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.

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In addition to their many accolades, KISS has performed at the Super Bowl, Winter Olympics, and appeared on episodes of Family Guy and American Idol.

In February, Stanley, 66, spoke about the band’s future during an interview with Billboard.

ANNOUNCING! #KISS' #EndOfTheRoad World Tour. Sign up for updates & presale info: https://t.co/Khudwx7cud pic.twitter.com/GuLaU5LMcN

— KISS (@KISSOnline) September 20, 2018

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“The thought of me not being involved certainly comes to mind,” Stanley told the magazine. “I’m not sure about the idea of KISS coming to an end. We’ve built something that’s so iconi

Read more: https://people.com/music/kiss-announces-final-ever-tour-end-of-the-road-after-4-decades-of-music/

Australian Football Players Wear Blackface to Dress Up as Venus and Serena Williams

Australian Football Players Wear Blackface to Dress Up as Venus and Serena Williams

WARNING PHOTO CONTAINED BELOW CONTAINS OFFENSIVE MATERIAL

An Australian football club has apologized after a number of its players wore blackface while dressed up as Venus and Serena Williams in celebration of the end of the footballers’ season.

One member of the Australian Penguin Football Club, which is located in Tasmania, posted a photograph on a public Facebook causing outrage.

In the photo, which has since been removed from social media, players Mitch Stanley and Matt Chamberlain can be seen wearing tennis skirts and black wigs in addition to the black body paint plastered not only on their faces — but their entire bodies. 

The celebration, which is known as Mad Monday, is a term widely used in Australia to refer to the traditional end-of-season festivities for football players.

Also in the photo was Beau Grundy, who dressed up as Kenyan-born Sydney Swans AFL player Aliir Aliir.

Shortly after the post was shared, many outraged social media users slammed the photo as racist.

Outrage as Tasmanian football players dress in Serena Williams blackface https://t.co/KNp1Ls3ycK pic.twitter.com/BY5UwOZscc

— SBS News (@SBSNews) September 19, 2018

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“Some Australians still have no clue what is considered racist. This Mad Monday ‘costume’ is clearly racist. And I’m a person who is fed up with today’s over-the-top political correctness,” one user wrote.

The Penguin Football Club has since issued an apology stating, the costume “is unacceptable in this day and age.”

However, “it was not their intention to upset anyone and all they meant to do was dress as one of their sporting idols.”

“Their actions were never intended to be racist in any way. Those concerned have been reprimanded and will be given support to make sure they understand that their behavior was racist and hurtful and that it will not happen again.”

“The players concerned have acknowledged that what they did was completely and utterly unacceptable and would like to apologize unreservedly for their lack of judgment.”

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The football controversy comes just a week after an

Read more: https://people.com/sports/australian-football-players-blackface-serena-williams/

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