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Rent A Girlfriend episode 11 – Release date to everything

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We have great news for all the romance anime and general anime lovers, Rent a Girlfriend episode 11 is on the verge of its arrival.

Know about everything in this article about the release date and other important information regarding the series.

About Rent A Girlfriend Anime series-

This series is a romance comedy anime manga which is written by Reiji Miyajima and has been serialized since July 12, 2017 in a magazine.

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Kazuya Kinoshita is a boy who is dumped by his girlfriend Mami Nanami after a month of dating. He then uses an online application to rent a girlfriend named Chizuru Mizuhara, a beautiful and attractive girl. Kazyua gave her a low rating only because she appeared to be too perfect. The boy realized she is meaner than expected after he berates her.

A lot of chaos is created when Kazuya keeps on renting Chiruzu in order to keep up appearances with his family and friends.

When will it release?

The episode 11 of Rent A Girlfriend is scheduled to release on September 19, 2020.

What’s in the episode 11 of Rent A Girlfriend?

Even after walking away from each other, the couple find themselves meeting again and again fatefully. It all begins when Chizuru’s grandmother gets sick and is admitted to the hospital. In order to make her feel better, Kizayu rents Chiruzu again and takes her with him. His family and grandmother is pleased to see her and is impressed by her.

Even though they decide never to meet again, the world seems to have different plans for the couple. The two keep crossing paths in the most awkward ways possible – call it destiny or cosmic concordances.

They end up in the same college, become next door neighbors and on top of that have grandmothers admitted in the same hospital.

Their tale of romance gets spicier when other girls from the application join the roster. With a lot like this going on, one can just wonder, will they ever end up together?

 

Keep watching to know and stay tuned for all the updates.

 

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Abbie Chatfield Reveals The ‘Hideous’ Abuse She Copped From Bachie Viewers On Instagram

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CONTENT WARNING: This article discuses suicide.

A year on from the final episode of her Bachelor season, Abbie Chatfield has opened up about the abuse she copped after being portrayed as the show’s villain, and how far she’s come since then.

Earlier today, she shared a photo of herself watching the finale while enjoying the finale with a publicist mate, revealing that she was happy that night because the nasty messages might soon end.

She then shared screengrabs of some of the DMs she’d received during her time on the show, in which strangers called her a “piece of shit”, a “filthy animal”, a “bitch” and a “slut.”

“Reality TV contestants are not comic book characters, they are people who went on a show for an experience of whatever kind,” she wrote.

“This title [of villain] lets people send messages like these,” she added.

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TW: suicide Weeoowwww okay finale was a year ago today, and this is my final bachelor post I swear. Here’s a pic of me and @wally27_90 watching the final episode, SO excited for it to all be over and hopefully have the abuse stop. As the “villain” (????) I am begging you to STOP CALLING OTHER HUMANS VILLAINS. Reality tv contestants are not comic book characters, they are people who went on a show for an experience of whatever kind. This title let’s people send messages like these. However!!!! Mostly, I’m feeling so grateful for how far I have come over the last 12 months. I was suicidal a year ago, wasn’t eating, would sit at my desk crying all day, waiting for another hideous message from another hideous person. Now! I have a successful podcast, @itsalotpod with a second one in the works, I have a #AskAbbie with @popsugar , have collabs with brands that focus on empowerment and sexuality and have other projects in the works that are a direct result of my hard work and inability to take standard advice of “just don’t talk about it and move on”. Not speaking about the abuse that I copped and still cop daily was not an option, and I’m genuinely concerned for some contestants this year as I know they would be enduring the same. So, I guess the lesson here is things get better, you can work through anything and how you’re feeling now won’t be forever. No black dog can live forever ✨

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She said that the abuse got to her for a while. “I was suicidal a year ago, wasn’t eating, would sit at my desk crying all day, waiting for another hideous message from another hideous person,” she said.

Things have since turned around, and Chatfield says she now has a sucessful podcast with a second one in the works and a Popsugar column,  amongst other things.

She continued:

“Not speaking about the abuse that I copped and still cop daily was not an option, and I’m genuinely concerned for some contestants this year as I know they would be enduring the same. So, I guess the lesson here is things get better, you can work through anything and how you’re feeling now won’t be forever. No black dog can live forever.”

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Dolly Parton on Ruth Bader Ginsburg: ‘Her Message Rang Loud and Clear’

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The country music community has been honoring the memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, following the Supreme Court Justice’s death on Friday at 87. On Saturday, Dolly Parton posted a poetic statement on Instagram, with a photo of Justice Ginsburg in her judicial robe.

“She was small in stature but even the tallest looked up to her. Her voice was soft but her message rang loud and clear and will echo forever,” Parton wrote. “Thank you, RBG. Rest In Peace. Respectfully, Dolly Parton.”

Ginsburg was a feminist icon, defending reproductive and civil rights. Prior to being seated on the high court, she argued fiercely against gender discrimination as the director of the ACLU’s Women’s Right Project. While Parton, a Country Music Hall of Fame member, has been hesitant in the past to identify herself as a feminist, her trailblazing career and, specifically, songs like “9 to 5” underscore her advocacy on behalf of women. “I think we all should be treated with respect and if we do a good job, we should get paid for it,” she told CBS in 2019.

Parton rarely wades into politics — her statement in tribute to Ginsburg is apolitical — but in August, she spoke clearly about the Black Lives Matter movement in an interview with Billboard. “I understand people having to make themselves known and felt and seen,” Parton said. “And of course black lives matter. Do we think our little white asses are the only ones that matter? No!”

Ginsburg was the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, following Sandra Day O’Connor. After O’Connor retired in 2006, Ginsburg was the sole woman jurist until 2009, when Sonia Sotomayor joined the court. Ginsburg died from complications due to metastatic pancreatic cancer. In the days leading up to her death, Ginsburg reportedly told her granddaughter, “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”

Along with Parton, country artists like Trisha Yearwood remembered Justice Ginsburg. “I am gutted. RIP RBG. Power, grace, leadership, strength. 2020 you are literally the worst,” she tweeted. Maren Morris called her “The O.G. of law and order,” and later called out hypocrites celebrating Ginsburg’s death for what it means for President Trump’s efforts to ram through a Supreme Court nominee ahead of the November election. “I see the people with ‘I love Jesus’ in their bios rejoicing in her death,” Morris wrote. “Tomorrow, take the crosses and the Bibles from your home and drop them at Goodwill so someone more deserving can use them.”

 

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‘Adventure Time’ and Electronic Duo Gilligan Moss Team Up for New Mixtape

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Electronic duo Gilligan Moss and HBO Max teamed up to create a new mixtape inspired by the animated series “Adventure Time.”

“BMO’s Mixtape” is a 13-song mix inspired by the show’s original soundtrack and featuring the character BMO, the electronic friend of main characters Finn and Jake.

“‘Adventure Time’ is one of our favorite shows, so when they asked us to create a mixtape for BMO, we leaped at the opportunity,” the group said. “We were sent stems from the show’s amazing treasure trove of music, and we built around 20 ideas of little beats and song ideas from the disparate stems. It was an extremely fun creative exercise.”

The official mixtape features best moments, characters and sounds from “Adventure Time: Distant Lands.” The lead single, a remix of “Eternity With You,” comes from the upcoming episode, “Obsidian.”

“Each song is a little world on the ‘Adventure Time’ journey, so we stitched them together into a continuous, bizarro space opera,” the artists continued. “It’s a joyful ride and was truly a joy to create.”

Gilligan Moss has released two EPs, “Ceremonial” and “What Happened,” and they’ve produced remixes for artists like Glass Animals and Sebastian Tellier. The group also performed at 2016’s Coachella Festival and 2015’s Pitchfork Festival Paris.

The “Adventure Time: Distant Lands” cast and team teased BMO’s mixtape during a panel at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. When asked about the second episode, executive producer Adam Muto introduced a new character, Glassboy, and shared that Marceline’s relationship with Bubblegum will escalate in the four-hour long special.

The upcoming episode is due to release on HBO Max this year. Listen to the full mixtape below.

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