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Cardi B Files For Divorce From Offset After He Reportedly Cheated On Her *Yet Again*

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Cardi B has filed for divorce from Offset after three years of marriage, and there’s a lot of praise for her finally kicking him to the curb.

The music power duo have had a turbulent relationship since meeting in early 2017. They married in secret later that year, and share two-year-old baby girl, Kulture. Their marriage has been rocked by cheating scandals, almost breakups, and a very dramatic (and public) on-stage plea from Offset to win her back, but now it’s finally over.

Cardi B formally filed for divorce on September 14. According to court documents obtained by E! News, Cardi said her marriage is “irretrievably broken” and “there are no prospects for a reconciliation”. She’s seeking child support from Offset.

Their marriage has already seen a lot of ups and downs. In 2018, Cardi B said in an Instagram Live video that she and Offset were done.

“So everybody been bugging me and everything and you know, I’ve been trying to work things out with my baby father for a hot minute now and we’re really good friends and you know we’re really good business partners,” Cardi B said.

“He’s always somebody that I run to to talk to and we got a lot of love for each other but things just haven’t been working out between us for a long time and it’s nobody’s fault.”

It later came out that Offset cheated on her. However, the couple got back together after he literally interrupted her Rolling Loud Festival performance to ask for her back.

“I just want to tell you I’m sorry, bruh,” Offset said, holding flowers and a cake that said ‘Take Me Back’.

“In person. In front of the world.”

“When me and my husband got into our issues—you know, he cheated and everything—and I decided to stay with him and work together with him, a lot of people were so mad at me,” Cardi later told Vogue.

“A lot of women felt disappointed in me.”

A source told People that Cardi looked past Offset’s cheating because of Kulture, but that now “she’s had enough”.

“Offset has pretty much cheated the entire time [they’ve been together], but Cardi looked the other way because of the baby,” the source said.

Cardi has yet to make a statement, but her fans are celebrating.

Honestly? Good for her.

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Beloved Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Died From Cancer At 87

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an equality icon and groundbreaking member of the Supreme Court, died at 87 on Friday after a battle with metastatic pancreatic cancer. Multiple reports spread on Friday evening that the Supreme Court justice had died after a series of medical scares and what was officially reported as complications from cancer.

According to an NPR report on Friday, Ginsburg asked not to be replaced on the court until after the election in November.

Reaction to the news was immediate, with “no no no” trending on Twitter immediately after news of her death spread. The site’s “What’s Happening” tab actually connected the phrase with news of Ginsburg’s death. The court itself also shared a statement about her passing on Friday.

From the New York Times:

“Our nation has lost a jurist of historic stature,” Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. said in a statement. “We at the Supreme Court have lost a cherished colleague. Today we mourn, but with confidence that future generations will remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg as we knew her — a tireless and resolute champion of justice.”

The development will give President Trump the opportunity to name her replacement, and Senate Republicans have promised to try to fill the vacancy even in the waning days of his first term. The confirmation battle, in the midst of a pandemic and a presidential election, is sure to be titanic.

Ginsburg’s death, while yet to be properly processed by the legal community and nation as a whole, sets up a situation similar to Barack Obama’s final year in office where he nominated Merrick Garland for a spot on the court. Congress, led by Mitch McConnell, refused to consider the nomination until after the election. That was won by Donald Trump, who nominated conservative judge Neil Gorsuch, further swinging the court to the right later in his term with the controversial appointment of Brett Kavanaugh.

If you’d like to learn more about the remarkable life of the late Supreme Court justice, we highly suggest the 2015 biography by Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik, Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and the outstanding documentary, RBG, which can be currently streamed via Hulu.

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Anderson Cooper Shares A New Photo Of Baby Wyatt And He Definitely Resembles Gloria Vanderbilt

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Anderson Cooper surprised and delighted basically the entire world when he announced that his son, Wyatt, was born in April this year.

With the kind of year we’ve all collectively had, seeing someone as wholly good as Anderson fulfill his dream of becoming a dad was truly a bright moment in an otherwise tumultuous experience.

Since Wyatt’s birth, Anderson has mostly kept the baby to himself, but every so often we get a new photo and it’s just as cute and dazzling as the last. Today, Anderson shared that his “happy baby” is about to turn 5 months old, and celebrated by sharing a photo that shows there’s definitely a family resemblance!


Not only does Wyatt look like his dad, but there are clear echoes of his grandmother, Gloria Vanderbilt, all over his sweet face.

Gloria is known for being a member of the globally recognized Vanderbilt family of New York, and she lived a life that was genuinely riveting. Here’s a look at the powerful woman she was, and the little baby who looks a whole lot like her.

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Same-sex marriage is legal in America and these days 63% of all Americans support the idea. Ten years ago, it was still a controversial issue among Democrats, but in 2019, 79% say they support same-sex marriage.

The issue played a big role in the Democratic primary for the Delaware’s House of Representatives 27th district race. On September 15, Eric Morrison defeated incumbent Earl Jacques in a landslide and gay rights was a central issue.

In 2013, Jaques voted against same-sex marriage and refused to vote yes or no on banning gay conversion therapy in the state. On the other hand, Morrison is a gay drag queen who performs under the name Anita Mann and is very progressive on LGBTQ issues.


The difference between the Democrats’ views came to a head last October when Jacques attacked Morrison for holding a fundraiser while in drag.

“You wonder what the point is. You can have fundraisers, I don’t care about that. But dressing in drag? Really?” Jaques said.

“I’m not sure he represents the people who attend those places of religion [in the area]. If he’s actually having a fundraiser in drag, I don’t think those churches would endorse that,” he continued.

Here’s Morrison off stage:

Jaques was criticized by fellow Democrats for his comments by House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf, House Majority Leader Valerie Longhurst, and House Majority Whip Larry Mitchell in a joint statement.

“We have spoken with Rep. Jaques and expressed our disagreement with what he said,” the statement read. “We appreciate that he has apologized for his comments.”

Jaques apologized saying, “It is wrong to attempt to pass judgment or impose one person’s belief structure onto others. My job as a state representative is to represent all constituents of the 27th District, regardless of gender, race, creed, orientation or identity, period.”

Morrison responded by saying that he “very much” appreciated the apology but took the opportunity to highlight Jaque’s history of being anti-LGBT rights.

“Unfortunately, this does not change the fact that Rep. Jaques voted against same-sex marriage in 2013, and refused to vote yes or no on banning the barbaric practice of conversion therapy for Delaware’s LGBT minors in 2013,” Morrison said, those votes trouble me today and will always trouble me

On Tuesday, voters came out in droves for Morrison, who defeated the incumbent 61% to 39%

Early Wednesday morning, after his victory was confirmed, Morrison tweeted: “Last night, we won our primary election with a spread of over 22%! Thank you to everyone who supported our campaign in any way, big or small.”

Now, Morrison is turning his eyes to his competition on November 3.

“This isn’t over! Before we know it, the general election will be here on November 3, and we face two candidates—a Republican and a libertarian,” he Tweeted. “But for today, we celebrate and we THANK YOU for your support. I look forward to taking every remaining step of this exciting journey with you.”

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