Hey, Jimmy Fallon. Cardi B Should Definitely Co-Host Again.
Cardi B was Jimmy Fallon’s first-ever co-host on Fallon Tonight, and if you ask us, her appearance was everything it should have been. Cardi kept the crowd laughing and in good spirits throughout the night. At one point, Fallon shared a questionable Trump remix of “Bodak Yellow” we’re not sure we really wanted to hear, but her live performance of “Money Bag” (for which she aptly looked like a bag of money) made up for that.
Later, Fallon gifted Cardi with swag for the baby, which many are speculating is a girl. Watch her “Money Bag” performance below:
Are YouTube and Google Collecting Children’s Internet Data?
According to Fast Company and CNBC, a recent complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission by over 20 advocacy, consumer, and privacy groups alleges that Google—YouTube’s parent company—has collected personal data on children under the age of 13.
“Specifically, the complaint alleges that Google harvests children’s personal data, including phone numbers and location, and tracks them across the web without obtaining their parent’s consent–a requirement dictated by the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA),” writes Fast Company.
If true, this is a violation of U.S. child protection laws. Read more.
The Internet Has Canceled Sabrina Claudio.
It appears Sabrina Claudio’s pre-About Time days have surfaced, and, as it turns out, they aren’t looking good. On Monday (April 9), a racist, anti-Black past was revealed when tweets from Claudio’s old Twitter account, @ohdamnyoureugly, began making rounds on Twitter. If there was any doubt as to whether or not the account actually belonged to the 21-year-old newcomer, Claudio, who is Cuban and Puerto Rican, appeared to have claimed ownership of the account in response to a follower who expressed nostalgia for the account. “lmao I kind of miss that,” she wrote.
Claudio’s yet to issue a statement or apology regarding the matter, though she did reportedly delete tweets from the account. Needless to say, fans are not happy:
Drake Is Still The Raptors’ Good Luck Charm.
Bleacher Report has noted that The Raptors are 27-9 since Drake’s “God’s Plan” was released… so they want to know: what does “Nice for What” have in store for the team? Watch them break things down below.
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